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Meet Joe!, one of our System Design Specialists! Joe is one of the best in the industry. He has received national and in-house training, ensuring that he meets the standard of excellence of the Basement Systems network. Joe completes weekly, quarterly, and yearly training to consistently stay at the top of product knowledge, company updates, and best practices for accomplishing homeowners' goals. Joe’s favorite part about his job is meeting new people every day and building relationships with his customers. When he isn’t in the office, you can find Joe spending time with his family and sea glassing.
A homeowner in Clayton, New Jersey contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after noticing their crawl space was attracting moisture. This occurs because the poorly compacted soil around the foundation becomes saturated during heavy rainfall, creating hydrostatic pressure which pushes water and moisture through the walls. System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, provided an inspection of the crawl space and suggested an encapsulation. Our foreman, Wilver Cardoza, installed the CleanSpace Vapor Barrier System that is thick and durable like a pool liner and seals the crawl space from the earth's elements. Now, the crawl space is protected from water and moisture while having a usable storage space.
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.
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.
This Mays Landing, NJ homeowner noticed their concrete porch steps had sunk two inches, so they contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems for a solution. Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, suggested the best repair method for the homeowner would be the Polylevel Injection. Unlike mudjacking, polylevel is stronger, environmentally friendly, waterproof, and has a fast recovery time.
In all our years of business we have seen time and time again where customers will go through the process of waterproofing or sealing their crawl space but not sealing their crawl space vents or doors. To properly seal your crawl space we suggest covering the vents to prevent humidity, cold drafts and moisture from getting inside. This homeowner in Medford, New Jersey met with our crawl space System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, who provided an inspection of their crawl space. Although the space had been waterproofed they were still experiencing those unwanted drafts and dampness. Joe, suggested they install vent covers to completely seal the crawl space from outside elements.
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.
A resident in Northfield, New Jersey was dealing with a very unlevel and sinking concrete patio. This happens because concrete is often poured over recently backfilled soil around the home. Over time, this soil settles and creates voids under the concrete. A patio like this can be dangerous because of tripping hazards. The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, helped them with a plan to fix this issue. He suggested a polyurethane foam to fill the voids under the concrete. Our foreman, Victor Leon, injected the PolyLevel System by drilling tiny holes in the concrete slab, and injecting the foam into the void. The foam has expanding properties and allow for lifting and leveling of the slab. The homeowner can enjoy their patio without worrying about tripping hazards.
CleanSpace Vapor Barrier is a durable but flexible liner used to separate the earth from the home in crawl spaces. This customer also had SilverGlo Wall Panels installed to add to the insulation. Design Specialist Joseph Mancini helped the customer choose a plan that best fit their needs while Jonathan Neira and his crew installed the selected products (including SmartPipe and Drainage matting beneath the CleanSpace, and a SuperSump sump pump system, a Sedona air filtration system and vent cover not shown here).
A homeowner in Jobstown, New Jersey noticed their crawl space had water and moisture seeping in through their crawl space. This happens because the soil around the foundation becomes saturated during periods of heavy rainfall. This saturated soil creates hydrostatic pressure which pushes water through the foundation walls. The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini provided an inspection and suggested they install a vapor barrier system. Our foreman, Juan Garcia, installed the CleanSpace Vapor Barrier System which seals the crawl space from the earth's elements. CleanSpace gives the crawl space the appearance of a bright space while protecting it from moisture and water, and being an effective space for storage.
Water seeping into the basement can cause unanticipated damage to belongings or the structure of the home as this customer found out. Joe Mancini, Basement Design Specialist, worked with the customer on a plan to resolve the issues. At the core of the plan was a dependable sump pump system, the TripleSafe, which includes a secondary pump and a battery backup along with a WaterWatch alarm designed to alert the customer if a pump fails. Mario Barron and his crew installed the products to help this customer achieve peace of mind.
A homeowner in Little Egg Harbor, was concerned with their foundation after noticing it had started showing signs of settlement. Entering the crawl space you could see interior and exterior cracking in the block foundation. When System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini , provided a full inspection, right away he could tell the homes foundation had moved and needed additional support.
A homeowner in Hopewell, NJ hired Quality 1st Basement Systems to provide a permeant solution to the water and moisture concerns in their basement. Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, also recommended new basement windows to allow natural light into the basement all while keeping water and unwanted Drafts out. Our SunHouse Window Wells will compliant your homes landscaping and will never rot or rust. .
Check out this CleanSpace Moisture Barrier we installed in Princeton, NJ! Our CleanSpace is the heart and soul of your crawlspace and can transform that dark and musty crawlspace into a bright-white storage room. One of the best benefits of our CleanSpace Barrier is that it is mold resistant, waterproof, and will protect your crawlspace from dampness. If you are experiencing signs of dampness in your crawlspace, contact us and schedule a free estimate!
Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, provided a full inspection for this Whiting, NJ homeowner and suggested our CleanSpace Moisture Barrier would be the perfect solution instead their crawl space to stop dampness and moisture. CleanSpace is installed to the walls and floor to seal and prevent water seepage from passing through the foundation wall. The homeowner finally had peace of mind that their crawl space would now stay dry creating a healthier space under their home.
Quality 1st Basement Systems, installed an Egress RockWell window well in this home. The RockWell is great because it's built from high-strength composites, our products are rust proof, temperature resistant and won’t collapse from backfill pressure An egress window well is deeper than a standard window well, so a cover is essential to prevent children and pets from accidentally falling in. A clear plastic cover for your window well will also protect against pests, debris, and rainwater. The homeowner was very pleased on how the window well looked after the install.
A homeowner in Barnegat, NJ hired Quality 1st Basement Systems after noticing their crawl space under their home as filled with dampness and musty odors. Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, fully inspected the crawlspace and recommended our CleanSpace Moisture Barrier as the perfect solution for the moisture they had causing the musty smell. The product was installed by our foreman, Wilver Cardoza, and his crew. The team installs the moisture Vapor Barrier along the walls and floors to seal the crawl space. Now that this area will still dry and healthy, it can be a great place to store items and belongings.
Our Egress window provides an alternative exit to the basement incase of an emergency. Not only does it allow more natural light into the space, it is tightly sealed to keep unwanted drafts and moisture out.
Check out this crawlspace encapsulation our crew did in Hillsborough, NJ. This homeowner wanted to seal their crawl space to prevent damage during the humid months from moisture or mold and stop cold drafts from coming in during the winter months. Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, suggested our CleanSpace Moisture Barrier would be the perfect solution to encapsulate the crawlspace and keep it healthy and dry. He also suggested SilverGlo Heat Barrier to reflect heat and recommended covering all crawl space vents. The installation was done by our foreman, Mario Barron, and crew. Since then, the crawlspace has been fully secure giving the homeowner a piece of mind.
This Beach Haven, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after discovering their basement was flooding with water. Our System Designs Specialist, Joe Mancini, inspected the area and suggested our basement waterproofing system would be the perfect solution.
Our basement waterproofing system includes our WaterGuard French Drain System and Triple Safe Sump Pump. With these products combined, no water will enter the basement again.
A homeowner in Jackson, New Jersey noticed their basement walls were cracking and bowing inwards. This can happen because the poorly compacted soil around the foundation becomes saturated during heavy rainfall. This wet soil creates hydrostatic pressure against the walls. They contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, suggested a wall reinforcing system. Our foreman, Mario Barron, used the CarbonArmor Wall Reinforcing System which is stronger than steel and provides the ultimate protection by stabilizing the wall. The brackets above allow the system to be adjusted to bring the wall back towards its original position.
A homeowner in Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey was experiencing water getting into their basement. There can be many causes to this and one of them is moisture coming from the soil and traveling up into the air in the crawl space. Another reason could be the poorly compacted soil around the home's foundation. Over time this soil becomes saturated and creates hydrostatic pressure, pushing water through the walls.
The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Joseph Mancini, provided an inspection and suggested they install a vapor barrier system. Our foreman, Juan Garcia, installed the CleanSpace Vapor Barrier System which is durable and thick like a pool liner. This system seals the crawl space from the earth and is mold-proof and water-proof. The foreman installs it by removing uneven surfaces and debris, carefully fits and installs the liner, and permanently holds it in place with drilled-in fasteners. Now, the homeowner has a dry and clean space, which is perfect for storage.
This Lanoka Harbor, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after discovering dampness and humidity in their basement. They knew that this was an occurring issue, so they needed something that would prevent the problem in the future. Luckily, our CleanSpace Moisture Barrier is the perfect solution.
Our CleanSpace Barrier prevents water vapor and humidity from passing through the crawlspace, preventing it from becoming damp. It also transforms your dark and musty crawlspace into a bright-white area that the homeowner can use for extra storage.
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 in Ocean Gate, New Jersey noticed their floors were sagging in the upper levels of the home. Sagging floors are a common sign of a foundation issue. This can happen because when crawl space columns are spaced too far apart, the beam can become overloaded and sag between the columns. This means this girder sags with it and so does the floor above.
The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Joseph Mancini, was able to provide an inspection and help them find a plan to fix this issue. He suggested they use a steel support system in the crawl space to assist the columns in supporting the home. Our foreman, Wilver Cardoza, used The SmartJack System in the crawl space to lift the floors above to their original position. This process is done by assembling the components and tightening the SmartJack system into place. The support beam and floor joists are immediately stabilized and lifted to their original position. This system is not to replace the existing columns, but to add strength and stability to what is there.
A homeowner in South River, NJ contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after discovering water seeping into their basement. The issue was inspected by our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, and the best solution for the homeowner was waterproofing their basement. Our crew installed the WaterGuard French Drain System and Triple Safe Sump Pump. As you can see in the before photo, our team began to create the channel for the WaterGuard system to be installed above the footing of the foudnation. The after photo shows the team in the process of covering the WAterGuard system with stone and cement now that the CleanSpace Vapor Barrier has been installed to the walls.
This homeowner in Point Pleasant, NJ was in need of a new durable entryway to their crawlspace, so they contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems. Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, inspected the old entryway and suggested our heavy duty, air-tight, Turtl, would be the perfect solution for the homeowner. Our Turtl is waterproof, durable, and provides long-lasting access to the crawlspace, resulting in the homeowner's full satisfaction.
A resident in Point Pleasant, New Jersey was looking to add a proper crawl space door. A crawl space door should not consist of a wooden plank and some tarp. Overtime, these access wells can become dirty and filled with debris and leaves as well. During periods of heavy rainfall or snow, the wooden plank can let in water to the crawl space. The homeowner called Quality 1st Basement Systems to find a solution and browse their options. Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, provided an inspection and suggested they get an enclosed and secure access door. Our foreman, Wilver Cardoza, installed the Turtl Access Door, which is made of plastic and enclosed. This door provides easy access into the crawl space and will not let water in.
A Holmdel, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after discovering their basement was leaking. Overtime if ignored, that dampness can cause moisture damage and mold growth. Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, suggested our CleanSpace Moisture Barrier would be able to prevent humidity and moisture from flowing through the basement. He then recommended a full perimeter waterproofing system that consisted of our French drain System known as WaterGuard which connects to our TripleSafe Sump Pump. Last our Sedona Dehumidifier, which drains into the sump pump, to prevent musty odors from forming. After, the homeowner did not experience any moisture nor humidity flow through their basement, creating a peace of mind.
This Spring Lake, NJ homeowner was interested in encapsulating their crawlspace, so Quality 1st Basement Systems was there to help! Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, inspected the area and suggested our CleanSpace Moisture Barrier would be the perfect solution. The CleanSpace Moisture Barrier prevents water vapor and humidity from passing through, and it creates a bright white area within the crawlspace.
A Chatham, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basemtn Systems after noticing water leaking thorugh her basement walls during every heavy rain. After fully inspecting the basement, our team recommended our WaterGuard French Drain System. Unlike other french drains, WAterGuard is installed above the footing of the foundation, out of the "mud zone" to prevent clogging and damage. As water seepages occurs, WaterGuard collects and directs allt he water straight to the sump pump system.