Serving NJ and NYC, Jersey City, Edison, Staten Island
Meet Randy, Our Service Technician! Randy was a pool service tech for 8 years before coming to Quality 1st Basements. He worked as a disaster restoration tech for 4 years during the off season. Quality 1st Basements saw what an asset Randy would be to the company with his eagerness to help others, excellent customer service skills, and mechanical ability. He upholds the highest standards of ethics in his daily business practices. Randy is a true professional.
“I am a big people person so I enjoy meeting with our homeowners every day, catching them up on new systems we have to offer, answering any questions they have about our products and other services and just catching up on what’s new with them since their last annual service!”
In his spare time, Randy enjoys spending time with his wife and kids, learning new things, doing home projects, and watching boxing.
Having annual maintenance done on your sump pump system is very important. Without proper checks and cleanings, the pump will fail and your basement will flood. This is exactly what happened to a homeowner in Flemington, NJ. Quality 1st Basements replaced the failing, old sump pump with our TripleSafe Sump Pump System. Not only does our TripleSafe have an airtight lid to prevent water vapor from evaporating into the basement air but also has an alarm system to alert the homeowner if the pump fails. This lets the homeowner now right away that we need to be called.
This homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems in regards to water coming into their basement. They said their basement walls were wet and believed there was mold around the existing sump pump. Quality 1st waterproofed the entire basement with WaterGuard, installed a SaniDry Dehumidifier to remove moisture from the basement and installed a waterproof and mold resistant wall panel known as EverLast Finished Wall Restoration.
Brian, a homeowner in Brick, NJ contacted his local foundation expert, Quality 1st Basements, when he noticed the beams in his basement started to rot. He needed a solution that would provide him additional support to the floor joist to prevent sagging floors and future damage to the structure of the home. Senior Design Specialist, Jeff Nero, did a full inspection of the basement and recommended 6 SmartJacks be installed near each basement beam for additional support to the floor joist.
This homeowner living in the beautiful town of Belmar noticed that their front porch had sunken a few inches into the ground. This made the front of the homeowner's house look uneven. The homeowner made the right choice and decided to turn to Quality 1st Basement Systems to help solve their problem.
System Design Specialist, Tom Carrano, inspected the front porch and suggested PolyLevel as a solution. Project Manager, William Perez, and his crew injected PolyLevel to raise the porch. In only a short time the porch was raised and leveled, leaving the homeowner satisfied.
A homeowner in Hazlet, New Jersey had an old sump pump in the basement and needed a new one so the homeowner contacted Quality 1st for a solution. Our System Design Specialist suggested that a new sump pump be installed in the basement. The TripleSafe sump pump was installed to make sure the basement is fully protected. The TripleSafe has three levels of pumps built inside in case of one pump failure, the next lower level pumps will kick in and ensure the basement stays dry.
A homeowner in Newark had a crawl space that had water and dampness so they contacted Quality 1st Basements for a solution. Our System Design Specialist inspected the crawl space and recommended encapsulation to eliminate the dampness.
First, SilverGlo was installed on the crawl space walls to boast a radiant barrier that reflects heat back into the crawl space. CleanSpace Vapor Barrier was installed on the crawl space walls and floors to seal off the crawl space and make sure no water vapor or humidity passes through. This liner is durable and is ideal for homeowners who want to use their crawl space for storage. Any air in your crawl space travels up throughout the eniter home and so its important to make sure your crawl space is clean and dry to increase the wuality of air you and your family breathe in everyday!
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