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Wet Freehold basement kept dry using a system called DryTrack, which is specifically designed for homes with monolithic foundations. A monolithic foundation is one where the footing and flooring are poured together, and walls are built on top of the floor. Quality 1st Basement Systems would NEVER recommend jackhammering this type of foundation since it would be very messy and time-consuming. DryTrak is installed above the floor and channels water from the floor/wall joint and walls to the sump pump. This Freehold resident no longer has to worry about a wet basement with this perfect basement waterproofing solution for her home!
Freehold homeowner was experiencing a musty smell coming from her crawl space. A System Design Specialst advised the Quality 1st Basement Systems installation team to install a CleanSpace Encapsulation System and SilverGlo insulation. Together these components create a top-of-the-line crawl space vapor barrier. Tiny particles in the SilverGlo panels reflects heat back into the crawl space for added energy savings!
Freehold basement had water coming in due to groundwater seepage. Quality 1st Basement Systems installed a basement waterproofing system called WaterGuard, which is installed around the perimeter of the basement. Water is able to enter the WaterGuard system through specially designed flanges and filtered to the SuperSump sump pump and removed from the basement, keeping this basement dry.
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For over 25 years, Quality 1st Basement Systems has been the trusted basement & foundation company of Freehold. Our high quality work and exclusive access to over 28 patented products set us apart in the home improvement industry. When working on basements, crawl spaces and foundations we are the safe choice for your home.
Basements and crawl spaces consistently have issues with water, mold and rot. To prevent these problems from occurring in the future we install a patented interior drainage system. Water and moisture that enters the basement is captured, controlled and safely removed via the basement drain before you ever notice it. The drainage system also works as part of crawl space encapsulation.
We also fix basement leaks with permanent basement leak repair. With our system in place there is no need to fear basement flooding. We want your basement to be safe for years so our work comes with a transferable lifetime dry-basement warranty.
Whatever the issue we are the trusted foundation repair contractor. Our foundation repair experts will visit your home, identify the issue and recommend the right solution. We provide permanent foundation repairs using non-invasive methods. There is no need to tear up your entire yard to fix the foundation.
Along with general foundation problems we also fix sunken concrete slabs using PolyLEVEL. PolyLEVEL is an expansive polyurethane foam that fills in the gaps beneath the sunken concrete and lifts it back up to a level position. It also does not erode or wash away. If you are looking for the right foundation repair company, you found it. Let's get started.
Services we offer in Freehold:
This homeowner in Freehold, New Jersey noticed their concrete patio was becoming unlevel and a tripping hazard. They knew they had to get this repaired because someone could trip and injure themselves. This can occur when concrete is poured over poorly backfilled soil. Over time, this soil settles and creates voids underneath the concrete.
The homeowner made a call to Quality 1st Basement Systems after a friend referred them. Our customer service representative booked them an appointment with our System Design Specialist, Joseph DelVecchio. Joseph provided an inspection and suggested they use polyurethane foam to lift and level the concrete to its original position.
Our foreman arrived at the job site a few days later and began the process of installing the PolyLevel Injection System. This is done by drilling tiny holes into the slab and injecting the foam into the voids underneath. This process is repeated until the patio is completely lifted to its original position.
When the job was complete, the homeowner was more than happy to see their pool patio was raised and safe again. They no longer had to worry about tripping and injuring themselves.
Quality 1st Basement Systems received a phone call from a homeowner in Freehold, NJ. The homeowner noticed water seeping into their basement, and they needed to find a solution fast. After speaking with our customer service representative, the homeowner scheduled an appointment with our System Design Specialist, Steve R. Steve arrived at the home, on time, and inspected the basement. Steve recommended our basement waterproofing system would be the perfect solution.
The main components of the basement waterproofing system were the WaterGuard French Drain and Triple Safe Sump Pump Systems. Each system is durable and designed to keep the basement dry all year round. Specifically, the WaterGuard French Drain System collects and water seeping through the basement and directs it to the Triple Safe Sump Pump, where it will be pumped away from the basement.
Since the installation, the homeowner has not experienced any other water issues in their basement again. They have been satisfied with the services of Quality 1st Basement Systems!
A homeowner in Freehold, New Jersey was experiencing settling of their concrete pool patio. The concrete slabs around the home begin to settle, significant problems such as trip hazards, pooling water, and cracking in the concrete begin to occur.
Concrete is often poured over recently backfilled soil around a home after it is built. This loose soil settles over time and creates voids under the slab. Another issue is the erosion of the soil under the slab. When water runs down through the cracks and joints in the concrete, it washes the soil out as it passes through. These voids cause the concrete to shift and settle, which creates uneven surfaces, just like the picture shows.
This homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Jack Huber, helped them find a solution for this issue. He suggested a polymer foam to go under the concrete to lift the slab. Our foreman used the PolyLevel System to be injected by drilling small holes in the slab and injecting the polymer foam into the voids.
The expanding properties of the polyurethane allow for an accurate lift and leveling of the slab. The PolyLevel System can be installed in a matter of a few hours with immediate loading. PolyLevel is environmentally friendly and does not degrade. It is a lightweight solution that will not add weight to the existing soil. This process requires very minimal disruption to the existing concrete.
A Freehold, NJ homeowner discovered their pool deck was sinking two inches deep. They wanted to have their pool fully set for the next summer, so they needed to find a repair solution before the winter came. After searching the Internet for possible solutions, the homeowner found Quality 1st Basement Systems and thought they would be the perfect fit.
After speaking with our customer service representative, the homeowner scheduled an appointment with our Concrete Specialist, Jeff Pitek. Jeff arrived at the home, on time, and fully inspected the pool deck. Afterward, he recommended the best repair method for the pool deck would be the Polylevel Injection.
Polylevel Injection is our state-of-the-art concrete repair method. Unlike mudjacking, polylevel is waterproof, quick to insert, and has a recovery time of fifteen minutes. It is also environmentally friendly and can lift between 2,000 to 4,000lbs. It provides a long-lasting solution for the home and the homeowner.
In conclusion, the repair project was a success. Our crew had no issues repairing the concrete, and the results were phenomenal. The homeowner was happy to see their pool deck ready for the next summer!
A Freehold, NJ homeowner knew it was time to replace their sump pump after seeing it completely old and worn out. Sump Pumps are the best solution to leaking basements or crawlspaces because they pump out the unneeded water away from the area. The prevents the basement from undergoing any issues such as mold or efflorescence growth. After searching the Internet for possible solutions, the homeowner found Quality 1st Basement Systems and thought they would be the perfect fit.
After speaking with our customer service representative, an appointment was scheduled for our System Design Specialist, Jack Huber. Jack arrived at the home, on time, and inspected the sump pump. Afterward, he recommended, to the homeowner, that our Triple Safe Sump Pump would be the perfect solution for keeping the basement fully secure.
Our Triple Safe Sump Pump is one of the best basement waterproofing protectors that you could have in your home. It comes with a backup sump pump that functions in case of an emergency power outage, and an alarm to notify the homeowner when a storm is coming or if the sump pump needed to be manually drained. It provides the ultimate protection for homeowners who have serious water issues in their basement.
In conclusion, the project was a success. The installation process went smoothly, and the homeowner was happy to see their new Triple Safe Sump Pump ready for action!
A Freehold, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after discovering their pool deck was in need of repair. The concrete slabs had suck two inches, and there were cracks covering the top. Not only does this provide an old look for the home, but it also creates tripping hazards for the family.
After a quick phone call, an appointment was scheduled for our System Design Specialist, Chris Bowe, to go to the home and provide a quote for the homeowner. Once Chris arrived at the home, he proceeded to do a full inspection of the pool deck. Afterward, Chris told the homeowner that the pool deck could be repaired using our Polylevel Injection, and any cracks and gaps would be filled using our NexusPro Seal.
Within the next few days, our foreman, Victor Leon, and crew arrived to repair the pool deck. First, our crew injected small, penny-like holes into the concrete slab. Next, they used specially designed equipment to inject structural graded polymers into the void. Once the void has been filled, the expansion of the polymers allows the slab to be lifted to its desired height. The process is repeated after the entire deck has been repaired. Finally, our crew used the NexusPro to seal any cracks and gaps within the deck.
In conclusion, the project was a success. The homeowner was happy with the repair and was provided with excellent customer service. In the end, Quality 1st Basements was able to have another homeowner fully satisfied.
Freehold homeowner experienced water and humidity in her basement. She wanted to finish the basement but knew that the existing water problems made the space unusable.
Quality 1st Basement Systems installed a full basement waterproofing system including WaterGuard, SaniDry XP, and a TripleSafe sump pump to ensure that the basement would stay dry. The WaterGuard filters water to the TripleSafe which pumps the water out of the basement. SaniDry XP is the only dehumidifier large enough to dry the air in a full basement.
The Quality 1st Basement Systems team also installed EverLast Wall Panels to brighten, cover, and protect the walls from water vapor. ThermalDry flooring was installed to add additional heat to the flooring and serve as flooring that is perfect for a basement since it can never be damaged due to water.
This homeowner is now able to use her basement space for entertaining, family parties, and football Sundays for her family!
When George from Freehold called Quality 1st Basement Systems, he was very worried about the structural integrity of his home. There was a long horizontal crack across one wall of his basement and the wall was starting to bow inwards. Was there any way to repair the wall and save his home?
Quality 1st Basement and Foundation Expert, Jeff Nero, went out to Freehold to evaluate the wall. Jeff had seen this type of damage before and knew just what to recommend. Wall Anchors would stabilize the wall and, over time, could correct the bowing. These anchors install quickly and restore the value of the home.
George was relieved there was an easy, permanent solution that would make his home safe and the foundation stable once again. When the Quality 1st crew showed up with Foreman Jonathan Neira, the Wall Anchors were installed and the horizontal crack was sealed. George was impressed with their professionalism and knowledge of the Wall Anchor System. They answered all his questions and now George likes to recommend Quality 1st Basement Systems to anyone who has basement or foundation issues.