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A resident in West Deptford, New Jersey was experiencing sinking and settling in their concrete patio. This can happen because concrete is often poured over recently backfilled soil around a home after construction. Over time, this loose soil settles and creates a void underneath the concrete. Unlevel concrete has many negative effects because it can be a serious tripping hazard. The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Javier Hoyos Romero was able to help them with a solution. He suggested a polyurethane foam to level the concrete. Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, used the PolyLevel Injection System underneath the slab by drilling tiny holes into the concrete. The polyurethane foam was injected into the holes. The expanding properties of the polyurethane allow for accurate lifting and leveling of the slab. Now, there are no dangerous tripping hazards outside of the home.
A homeowner in Gibbsboro, New Jersey was noticing their sidewalk was sinking and settling. When concrete is poured over backfilled soil, the soil settles over time and creates a void under the concrete. As water runs down through the cracks, it washes the soil out as it passes through. The homeowner called Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, was able to help them fix this issue. He suggested a polyurethane foam to be injected in the concrete. Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, used the PolyLevel System to lift and stabilize the concrete. This is done by drilling small holes into the slab and injecting the foam into the voids, causing the concrete to level back to its original position.
When it comes to your basement, invest in flooring that is waterproof and mold resistant! Our ThermalDry flooring has small pegs underneath that create space between our flooring and the cold concrete floor allowing it to become up to 10 degrees warmer then regular flooring.
This Marlton, New Jersey homeowner was experiencing cracks in their concrete stairs. This can happen because of shifting or weak soil underneath the concrete. Looking for a solution, the homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems to lift and level their stairs. We installed our NexusPro System which bonds the concrete together to fix any cracks. The homeowner's stairs are now stabilized and able to be walked on without any tripping hazards.
A resident in Somers Point, New Jersey was experiencing beginning stages of concrete settling to their walkway. Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, used the PolyLevel Injections to lift and stabilize the concrete. PolyLevel injections are done by drilling small, penny-sized holes in the slab and the polyurethane foam is injected into the voids in the concrete. This process is non invasive and will raise and level the concrete to its original position.
This concrete patio in Pittstown, New Jersey, was sinking and becoming unleveled. This happens because concrete is poured over backfilled soil around the home. Over time, this loose soil settles and creates voids under the concrete. As water runs through the cracks and joints in the concrete, it washes out the soil as it passes through. This causes the concrete to shift and settle. The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems, and our System Design Specialist, Jeff Pitek came up with a plan to fix this issue. He suggested a polyurethane foam to fill the space under the concrete. Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, used the PolyLevel Injections to stabilize the concrete. This is done by drilling tiny holes in the slab so the polyurethane foam can fill the voids underneath. This will allow the concrete to be lifted and leveled.
No one wants a damp and dirty crawl space. This Lawrence Township, New Jersey crawl space was a breeding ground for dust mites, mold, and water. This is something you want to avoid because the air inside your crawl space travels up and throughout the rest of your home. To solve this issue, our foreman, Luis Aguirre, installed the CleanSpace Vapor Barrier system in the crawl space. This barrier system seals the crawl space stopping any harmful outside environment from getting in and creating wood damage or mold growth.
A homeowner in Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey was experiencing musty smells and water seepage in their crawl space. This happens because of the soil around the home. Over time this soil settles and becomes saturated during heavy rainfall. This saturated soil creates hydrostatic pressure and pushes weight through the walls. The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, was able to provide an inspection. He suggested a vapor barrier system be installed in the crawl space. Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, installed the CleanSpace Vapor Barrier System throughout the crawl space. This vapor barrier system is thick like a pool liner and will keep moisture out of the crawl space. This system drains water behind it while giving the crawl space a bright and healthy.
A homeowner in New Egypt, NJ had a musty smell in her crawlspace. This was probably because of the moisture in the dirt floor that was evaporating into the crawlspace. Quality 1st Basements was called to encapsulate her crawlspace and turn it into a healthier environment. CleanSpace was put on the walls and floors of the crawlspace to prevent moisture from coming through, a SaniDry Dehumidifier was used to get rid of the moisture in the air. Once the crawl space was properly encapsulated and isoalted from the earth, our team installed Vent Covers to keep moisture, bugs, and other organic materials out of the crawl space.
A home in Plumsted Township had a musty odor to it due to the air in their dirt crawl space. The crawl space was filled with water, creepy critters and a huge amount of humidity. These were all signs of a crawl space that needed to be repaired.
Quality 1st Basements was able to help this homeowner, by installing clean space, drainage matting, silverglo and a Sedona Dehumidifier. The clean space liner prevents creepy critters from getting inside the crawl space as well as allowing the crawl space to be accessible. The silverglo panels allows the crawl space to be kept cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The sedona dehumidifier is a great addition to the space as it cancels all the musty smell and humidity, out of the crawl space.
A homeowner in Skillman, NJ discovered their walkway was sinking and settling creating cracks in the concrete. They decided to have it fixed, so they contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems to find the best solution. Our System Design Specialist, Jeff Pitek, recommended our Polylevel Injection would be the perfect solution. Polylevel holds many benefits including being waterproof, environmentally friendly, and a clean installation process. Unlike Mud Jacking, Polylevel is not a mixture of concrete and mud, but instead a polyurethane foam made from structural graded polymers. Polylevel is long-lasting and won't easily break, crack, or wash away.
A homeowner in Manahawkin, NJ contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after discovering their sidewalk looked uneven. Our System Design Specialist, Jack Huber, fully inspected the sidewalk and knew the Polylevel Injection would be able to lift the sidewalk back towards its original position. Our foreman, Luis A., and his crew assisted in the project, and the sidewalk was leveled and permanently stabilized.
After encapsulating this crawl space we installed our Turtl, a durable plastic access way / door entry into the crawl space that won't rust or need to be painted. The Turtl can be locked for safety while still providing easy access when needed into the space.
This Jackson, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after finding water seeping into their basement. Our System Design Specialist, JC Gibriano, inspected the area and found the original basement sump pump was completely worn out and needed a replacement. He then suggested our Smart Sump Pump would be able to do twice the job than the original. After the installation was done by our foreman, Luis Aguirre, the homeowner was happy to see their basement fully set and ready for action!
To eliminate water coming in through the walls and floor of this Somerville, NJ home, a TripleSafe Sump Pump and WaterGuard System were installed. The WaterGuard System directs water leakage from the foundation towards the sump pump. The TripleSafe Sump Pump then pumps the water out of the basement and away from the home. The pump is equipped with 3 pumps so ensure that it will never overflow. Additionally, the TripleSafe has an airtight lid to prevent dirt and debris from the basement from getting in and to keep the water from getting out into the air.
A homeowner in Branchburg, New Jersey noticed bowing and cracking in their foundation walls. These are signs of foundation issues. This happens because the foundation walls become weak from hydrostatic pressure pushing against the wall.
Our System Design Specialist, Laszlo Lenkey, was able to provide an inspection and find a solution to their issue. He suggested carbon fiber straps that will stabilize the walls. Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, installed the CarbonArmor Wall Reinforcing System onto the walls. These straps are stronger than steel and provide ultimate protection by stabilizing the walls. These polymer strips are placed on the wall using a high epoxy resin and the straps will support the wall.
This homeowner in Bayville, New Jersey was looking to encapsulate their crawl space. They contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Steve Roldan, suggested they use CleanSpace Vapor Barrier System. This system is thick and durable like a pool liner and will block out moisture and pests. Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, installed the CleanSpace System throughout the crawl space.
A homeowner in Bayville, NJ contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after experiencing a mildew smell coming from their crawl space. We had our System Design Specialist, Steve R., inspect the crawl space and provide a quote for the homeowner. After Steve gave a thorough inspection of the crawl space, he presented his findings to the homeowner and recommended our CleanSpace Moisture Barrier as the perfect solution. The CleanSpace Moisture Barrier prevents water vapor and humidity from passing through the crawl space, keeping it dry and healthy all year round. Since the installation, the homeowner has not experienced any other issues in their crawl space and has been fully satisfied with the services of Quality 1st Basement Systems.
Jay Hugee, System Design Specialist for Quality 1st Basements, found that this customer had a problem with moisture beneath the insulation sitting between the floor joists. Trapped moisture on organic material (such as the wood) leads to mold growth and decay. To remedy this problem for the customer, foreman Luis Aguirre and his crew removed the insulation and sprayed Mold-X 2-part Botanical cleaner on the floor joists and left the insulation out so the air could dry out the moisture in an area where mold growth has potential.
Cement blocks in a crawl space have the potential to allow cooler air to seep in and cause the floors above to feel cool to the touch. Jay Hugee proposed SilverGlo insulation for this customer's home to boost energy efficiency as the panels reflect heat back into the crawl space. The inclusion of a durable CleanSpace Crawl Space Vapor Barrier (with a 25-year warranty against rips and tears) would provide a layer to separate the earth from the home and be a barrier to moisture which can cause mold and musty smells. Luis Aguirre and his crew were happy to install these crawl space products to help the customer.
Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, recommended removing the trip hazard by raising the slabs back to level with our concrete repair system, PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a light weight and environmentally friendly foam that lifts and levels sunken concrete.
A homeowner was concerned about the water and moisture coming through their crawl space vents and wanted them sealed tight to prevent unwanted moisture, humidity or water from getting through. System Design Specialist, Mike D, recommended our Vent covers for they are water and rust proof and will seal the crawl space.
Unleveled and cracked concrete can cause numerous home issues including decreasing property value, creating tripping hazards, and allowing water to seep underneath the slab. Our crew was able to repair this concrete sidewalk in North Brunswick, NJ using our NexusPro Seal. Our NexusPro Seal is used to fill and repair any cracks and large gaps within the concrete. It is totally waterproof and provides a nice and clean to the concrete. The final repair provided a glowing look for the home, giving the homeowner peace of mind.
Our System Design Specialist, Greg Louis recommended a full waterproofing system to protect this finished basement from future water damage and flooding. Foreman, Luis, and his team installed our WaterGuard French Drain System along with our Triplesafe Sump Pump to ensure the space stay dry during the heaviest of rains.
This homeowner in Seaside Park, New Jersey noticed a musty odor coming from their crawl space. They were experiencing dampness and moisture and called Quality 1st Basement Systems for a solution. Our System Design Specialist, Mike DiVirgilio, helped the homeowner solve this issue. Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, and his crew installed the CleanSpace Vapor Barrier System. This system will stop vapor from flowing up from the soil, stop vapor from coming in from the walls, and gives the appearance of looking bright and clean. Now the homeowner does not have to worry about mold, moisture, or bugs in their crawlspace.
System Design Specialist, Mike F. recommended our Triple Safe Sump Pump and a full perimeter system to protect this wet basement and give the homeowner peace of mind. Our french drain system known as WaterGuard is installed above the footing of the foundation and is connected to the Sump Pump to collect and direct water out of the basement and away from the homes foundation.
A resident in Edison, New Jersey noticed their concrete was sinking. They called Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Jack Huber, helped them with a solution to this problem. He suggested they inject polyurethane foam into the concrete slab to help raise the concrete. Concrete sinks and settles because of soil shrinkage, poorly compacted soil, and soil that is too wet or too dry. Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, installed the PolyLevel Injections foam into the slab. This foam will fill the void below the slab, which will level and raise it back to the original position. The installation is quick and easy and is done by drilling small penny-sized holes into the slab.
This homeowner in North Plainfield, New Jersey contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems to install a waterproofing system. Our System Design Specialist, Javier Hoyos Romero, provided an inspection and suggested they install a new sump pump and french drain system. Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, installed the TripleSafe Sump Pump System to replace their old one. This sump pump can effectively pump water out and has an airtight enclosed lid to prevent water vapor from traveling into the basement. Next, Luis installed the WaterGuard Drain System which sits on top of the foundation footing and collects water from the walls and floors to drain it to the sump pump.
Homeowners In Point Pleasant, NJ was getting tired of having water seep into the basement floor after heavy rain. This was a concern as they knew their personal belongings would be damaged. Quality 1st Basements, sent system design specialist, Greg Louis to inspect the basement. Greg knew that a full waterproofing system should be installed immediately. Foreman, Luis Aguirre, and his team installed a super sump plus, waterguard french drain system and brightwall panels to give the basement a fresh new look.
After this sump pump failed to protect this basement, Quality 1st Basement Systems stepped in. We removed the old sump pump and installed our Super Sump Classic. Our Sump Pump has an airtight lid to keep water vapor from evaporating into the basement air. Inside, the pump sits on a stand to avoid damage inside a protective liner.