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Ez is an experienced photographer who visits job sites to capture video and picture content for our website. When he is not out on job sites with our crew, you will usually find him at the office writing website content, creating videos, designing advertisements and helping set up for events. He enjoys creating a message that speaks to our customers to ensure them they are working with the best.
“What I love most about my job is that I can take my passion of photography and documentation and apply it every day in my position. I love the positive environment and the culture in the office.”
In his spare time, Ez loves to travel, taking hikes and pursuing adventures into the great unknown. He enjoys running and competing in long distance races.
Check out how Jonathan and his cream protected this home with our Foundation and Basement Waterproofing... Watch Video »
Quality 1st was able to give the Volunteer Fire Company at Three Bridges a lift, when concrete slabs in the back entrance of the building had sunken. As a firefighting Company, they knew safety was something to be taken seriously.
Polylevel Foreman Arturo Jacuinde, and his team arrived on the scene and started to slowly remove the tripping hazard. In order to lift and level the affected area, Arturo drilled small holes into the slabs and injected a foam called Polylevel. Polylevel hardens after a few minutes and lifts the slab back to it's original position. This process took less than 15 minutes and it was able to be walked on again safely.
A homeowner in Bridgewater, NJ, was experiencing horizontal cracks all over the wall. Moisture and frost, interact with the soil around the home and then cause the soil to expand. That expansion results in constant inward force on the foundation wall until it can no longer support the pressure, causing cracking, bowing, and tipping.
Senior Foundation Foreman, Jonathan Neira, arrived at the job site and started to sand down the area where the Carbon Armor strips were going to be placed. Team members then saturated the Carbon Armor Straps with epoxy resin and placed it on the affected area. The strap is 10 times stronger than steel therefore gave this homeowner a piece of mind.
A homeowner in Brick, NJ was having issues with water seeping in the basement after heavy rainfall. The homeowner was placing the home for sale and wanted to take care of the situation immediately to prevent any future water damage to the next homeowner.
Senior Foreman, Victor Leon and his crew, went out to the home and installed a full waterproofing system. Most importantly, the old sump pump that was previously installed was taken out and replaced with the Triple Safe Sump Pump along with the battery back up system. Clean space walling was also installed on the wall giving the basement a fresh and clean look.