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A homeowner in Matawan, NJ always felt that her basement was wet, but recent rain storms allowed her to see that the water was coming into her basement through foundation cracks in the wall. Quality 1st Basement Systems sealed the cracks and waterproofed her basement using CleanSpace wall covering. The CleanSpace creates a vapor barrier in the basement which prevents the water from getting into the basement!
Sidewalks surrounding this Matawan home became uneven due to soil settlement under the concrete. Quality 1st Basement Systems evened out these concrete slabs using the PolyLEVEL system. Removing the trip hazards has made this home much safer for this Matawan family.
Matawan homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems regarding options to repair a crack in the foundation. Upon inspection, a horizontal, hair-line fracture was found as evidence of basement wall failure. CarbonArmor system was installed to reinforce the basement walls making this home safe and stable.
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For over 25 years, Quality 1st Basement Systems has been the respected basement & foundation company of Matawan. Our trusted, affordable work and exclusive access to 25 patented products set us apart in the home improvement industry. When working on basements, crawl spaces and foundations we are the go-to choice for your home.
Basements and crawl spaces frequently have problems with water, mold and rot. To stop these challenges from occurring in the future we install a patented interior drainage system. Water and moisture that comes into the basement is captured, contained 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 be afraid of 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 problem and recommend the appropriate 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 repair 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 Matawan:
An exterminator serviced a home in Matawan, NJ. While doing his job in the crawl space, he informed the homeowner that her crawl space was very damp and should be looked at. The customer, Sandra B., was concerned about the problems that can come with wetness, like wood rot and mold. She scheduled an appointment to have waterproofing specialist John Schweitzer inspect the problem area and develop a plan for resolving the wetness beneath the home.
The remediation process of waterproofing the crawl space would include the installation of SmartPipe drainage pipe around the perimeter, designed to collect water from foundation walls and floors of dirt crawl spaces. CleanSpace Drainage Matting on the floor would work to eliminate sitting water by directing it to the drainage system. The SmartSump would then pump the water out and away from the home and disperse it onto the lawn through the LawnScape discharge outlet. Also, an IceGuard along the discharge route would prevent flooding if ice begins to block the way.
Next, John suggested sealing off the vents with vent covers, installing a new, airtight Everlast Door, and installing a SaniDry CX dehumidification system, all working together to reduce the moisture in the crawl space. The installation of SilverGlo Insulation Panels would result in additional water vapor protection while boosting energy efficiency as the panels reflect heat back into the crawl space. A CleanSpace liner would isolate the home from the earth, providing yet another barrier to moisture.
With the project completed, Sandra B. would not only have a drier crawl space but would also experience a warmer main level of her home with energy-cost savings. Likewise, this sealing up of the space beneath the home would prevent critters from finding an easy way in. No doubt Sandra B. was happy to have Quality 1st Basement Systems give her greater peace of mind by fixing her crawl space!
Johnson Family contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems about foundation problems they noticed in the basement of their home. System Design Specialist, Mike Jersey, drove to Matawan to meet with family, inspect the cracks in the foundation, and offer the best solution to the problem.
When Mike did his walk through he noticed effervescence on the walls indicating that this basement had water seeping through cracks in the walls. Mike recommended waterproofing to keep the basement dry and so prevent future damage to the walls. He also recommended a dehumidifier to allow proper circulation of dry air in the basement. One of the walls in the basement was bowing in while others had a few staircase and vertical cracks, both are signs of settlement. When the soil underneath eh home can no longer handle the weight of the foundation the home starts to settle causing the walls to separate creating cracks. When the soil starts to push against the home, it causes the walls to bow inward and so it’s important to have the problem fixed before it gets worse.
Quality 1st Foreman, Melvin Cardoza and his crew installed WaterGuard and a SuperSump Pump to keep the basement dry. Both work together to collect the water and direct it from the drainage system to the sump pump which then pumps the water out and as far as 15 or 20 away from the home. CleanSpace was installed to the walls of the basement to protect against moisture and humidity. Wall Anchors were installed to permanently stabilize the walls and prevent further movement. These Wall Anchors are installed into the ground in strong soil to pull the wall back into place. By securing the wall it will prevent further inward movement and allow the foundation to return to its original state over time
Quality 1st Basement Systems was able to identify the water problem that the homeowner was unaware of. We were able to provide a permanent solution and make the home safe for the family.
A Matawan homeowner was having trouble with water seeping in through the walls of their unfinished basement. Their existing pump was not properly pumping water out of the basement and after 15 failures they contacted the experts. After exploring the website and reading the reviews, the homeowner decided to call Quality 1st Basement Systems for a free estimate.
System Design Specialist, Kenny Tramultola, noticed efflorescence on the corners of the wall where the water had been seeping through. The basement overall was very damp and cold, creating an uncomfortable environment. Kenny recommended replacing the failing sump pump with a TripleSafe Sump Pump System along with WaterGuard French Drain System to be installed. The TripleSafe Sump Pump is powerful pump that will discharge 11,500 gallons of water at its full performance with the battery backup on. The pump features a WaterWatch Alarm that alerts the homeowner if water has risen to the point where the SumpPump will be turned on, this will give the homeowner a peace of mind. This complete Waterproofing System will keep the basement completely dry. The Quality 1st Basement crew was able to resolve this homeowners leaking basement making them a satisfied customer.
Through the A Hero Lives Here Program, Quality 1st was able to provide a Local Matawan Veteran with a solution for their sinking concrete they were experiencing around their pool area. System Design Specialist, Mike Bonfante, had installed an American Flag in the backyard of the Veterans home in honor of the program. After installing the flag, the homeowner addressed his concerns to Mike and asked if he would take a look at his pool area. Mike noticed several sinking slabs around the steps and in the far end of pool. He too was concerned about the tripping hazards that had formed from the settlement over time. Mike measured about 2 to 4 inches of settlement and recommended PolyLevel for the solution.
The crew drilled small, penny- size holes into each sinking slab. PolyLevel, is injected underneath, which expands and hardens lifting the slab back to its original state. The crew was able to lift and level each sinking slab and remove every tripping hazard from the pool area. The Veteran was thrilled that not only he was able to receive a Flag Pole from Quality 1st Basement Systems but also a solution to his sinking concrete issues he was experiencing.
Homeowners living in Matawan, NJ contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems in regards to their failing foundation walls. The walls began to bow inward, and horizontal cracks began to form. The homeowner became very concerned that it would quickly progress causing serious harm to the rest of the foundation of the home. They decided to call Quality 1st Basement Systems to schedule an appointment to have System Design Specialist, Jeff Nero, out to inspect the foundation and provide a solution.
Jeff explained to the homeowners that bowing walls are pushed inward from either hydrostatic pressure or expansive soil. He informed the homeowners that the reason for their foundation failure was hydrostatic pressure since the common sign is horizontal cracking along the foundation wall. He recommended a PowerBrace Foundation Wall Repair System. The PowerBrace is a steel beam that is secured to the joists above the wall with a steel bracket. The beams are easily adjustable to allow tightening in attempt to move the wall back to its original position. The system is installed quickly with minimal disruption to the basement space. The PowerBrace Wall Repair System is the ideal way to stabilize any failing foundation walls that are bowing or tilting inwards.
With the help of Jeff, the crew was able to install the Wall Repair System and permanently stabilize the foundation walls. Now the homes foundation is protected against future wall failure giving the homeowners peace of mind. The homeowners were so satisfied with their experience, they have refereed Quality 1st Basement Systems to three of their neighbors.
Homeowners in Matawan, NJ were experiencing cracks on the inside of the garage and the exterior walls which was causing the foundation to shift. Foundation shifting and settling is caused by the soil either shrinking, softening, or loosening below the home's foundation. The soil in the foundation was so weak that it was not able to support the foundation of the house, therefore, shifting the house and causing cracks in the walls. Fixing the foundation was a priority, as it would cause larger damage if not attended to, causing the resale value of the home to drop. The Homeowner decided to give Quality 1st a call for a FREE evaluation of the foundation issue.
The Quality 1st Basements crew went to work as soon as they arrived. Knowing the foundation was in bad condition, they decided to install 9 Push Piers underneath the foundation after excavating 5 feet underneath the soil & clay. Push Piers are driven deep into the soil to ensure stability. A heavy-duty steel bracket is installed below and against the foundation’s footing, and then steel pier sections are hydraulically pushed through the bracket to the bedrock. This is the best foundation repair option available when soil conditions are unknown, providing a permanent solution for your settlement issues. This option was fast and effective, leaving the homeowner worry free from and future foundation settlement.
Jill, a Matawan, NJ homeowner noticed her basement was very humid and moist, creating a problem. She knew that if this problem was not resolved, the moisture and humidity would cause mold to grow in her basement, eventually causing health issues. She immediately contacted her trustworthy contactor, Quality 1st Basement Systems, to find a solution.
Our System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini, arrived and fully inspected the basement. Afterward, he suggested our CleanSpace Moisture Barrier would be the perfect solution for Jill. With our CleanSpace Moisture Barrier installed, humidity and moisture will not flow through the basement, making it fully dry and secure. The Moisture Barrier also provides a bright-white and clean look for the basement.
Jill was thrilled to have contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems because she did not experience any moisture nor humidity in her basement. Since then, she has been fully satisfied with Quality 1st Basement Systems.
A Matawan, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after experiencing humidity and signs of moisture in their crawlspace. They knew that if they did not get this problem resolved, it would create a health hazard in their home. After searching on 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 System Design Specialist, Joe Mancini. Joe arrived at the home, on time, and fully inspected the crawlspace. Afterward, he presented his findings to the homeowner and suggested our CleanSpace Moisture Barrier would be the perfect solution.
The CleanSpace Barrier is our durable, bright-white liner that is installed on the walls and floors of a crawlspace or basement. Humidity and moisture will not pass through, allowing your crawlspace to be completely dry and secure. CleanSpace also provides a bright-white look to the area, allowing your unfinished basement or crawlspace to be used as an extra storage room. Lastly, CleanSpace has a 25-yr warranty against tears and rips and is resistant to mold.
The homeowner was happy to have installed the CleanSpace Barrier. Since then, they have not experienced signs of moisture in their crawlspace again. This results in their full satisfaction with Quality 1st Basement Systems.
A Matawan, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after discovering water seeping into their basement. After looking for possible solutions on the Internet, the homeowner found Quality 1st Basement Systems and thought they would be the perfect fit. The homeowner spoke to our customer service representative and scheduled an appointment with our System Design Specialist, Greg Louis.
Greg arrived at the home, on time, and fully inspected the basement. Afterward, Greg presented his findings to the homeowner and suggested our WaterGuard French Drain System and Triple Safe Sump Pump would be the perfect solution. The WaterGuard will collect any water seeping into the basement and guide it to the Triple Safe Sump, where it will be pumped away from the basement. With these products installed, the basement will be fully secured.
The homeowner was thrilled to have their basement fully waterproofed. They have not experienced any water issues in their basement, and have been fully satisfied with Quality 1st Basement Systems.
A Matawan, NJ homeowner planned on closing their pool for the summer but discovered large cracks covering the pool deck. Not only does cracks and gaps lower property value, but it also allows water to seep underneath the concrete slabs, and becomes a safety hazard. After searching on the Internet, the homeowner discovered Quality 1st Basement Systems and thought they would be the perfect fit.
After a quick phone call, the homeowner scheduled an appointment with our System Design Specialist, Greg Louis. Greg fully inspected the pool deck and knew the perfect solution would be to repair the cracks and gaps by sealing them with our NexusPro Seal. Our NexusPro Seal is our durable and waterproof adhesive that fills cracks and gaps within the concrete slabs. Once injected it is then covered with sand to quicken the setting time and provide nice and clean color to the cracks.
Our crew then arrived at the home and repaired the pool deck. In conclusion, the homeowner was happy to see their pool deck fully repaired and ready to be closed for the winter.
A homeowner in Matawan, New Jersey noticed their concrete patio was sinking and becoming unlevel. This can happen because of soil erosion under the concrete slab. As water runs down through the cracks and joints in the slab, it washes the soil out as it passes through. This creates voids and causes the concrete to shift and settle. Unlevel concrete is dangerous because it poses a tripping hazard to friends and family.
The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Chris Bowe, was able to provide an inspection and help them find a plan. Chris noticed the walkway was very unlevel and knew the problem would get worse if unrepaired. He suggested they use polyurethane foam to be injected into the concrete to lift and level it.
Our foreman used the PolyLevel Injection System to be injected into the concrete slab. This is done by drilling tiny holes into the concrete and injecting the polyurethane foam into the voids under the slab. The polyurethane foam has expanding properties that allow for an accurate lift and level.
Once the job was done, the homeowner was pleased with the outcome. The homeowner and their family and friends were able to walk safely onto the surface without worrying about tripping.
A Matawan, NJ homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems after discovering their concrete porch was sinking two inches. This caused their steps and porch to become uneven and potentially cause tripping hazards. After speaking with our customer service representative, the homeowner scheduled an appointment with our System Design Specialist, Dylan McDonald.
After Dylan arrived at the home, on time, he proceeded to fully inspect the concrete porch. Afterward, Dylan presented his findings to the homeowner and recommended our crew could use the Polylevel Injection method to repair the porch. The homeowner agreed and scheduled another appointment for the repair.
Within the next few days, our crew arrived at the home and repaired the porch. First, our crew drilled small, penny-like holes into the uneven concrete slabs. Next, they used specially designed equipment to inject small structural graded polymers into the void between the soil and slab. Once the void has been filled, the polymers expand and raise the slab to the desired height. This process is repeated until the entire porch is repaired.
After the repair, the porch was glowing with its new look! The homeowner was very satisfied with the installation and was also happy to see their porch looking as good as new.
A homeowner in Matawan, New Jersey was looking to prevent water seepage in their basement. Water can get into the basement from the soil around the foundation. Over time, this soil becomes saturated during heavy rainfall, creating hydrostatic pressure which pushes water in through the walls. A wet basement can have many negative effects such as pests, dust mites, increased energy bills, and even mold growth.
The homeowner contacted Quality 1st Basement Systems and our System Design Specialist, Steve Ventriglio, was able to provide an inspection and help them find a solution. Upon his inspection, Steve made the suggestion that they install a new sump pump system, a French drain system, and a wall vapor barrier to keep moisture out.
Our foreman, Mario Barron, arrived at the site and installed the SuperSump Classic which will effectively pump water out of the basement. This sump pump has an airtight enclosed lid that will prevent water vapor from getting into the basement air. Then, the foreman installed the WaterGuard Drain System which sits on top of the foundation to be kept out of the mud zone. Then, the foreman installed the CleanSpace Vapor Barrier System which keeps moisture out for the basement and will stay dry.
When the job was complete, the homeowner was pleased with the outcome. They had peace of mind to know that their basement would be protected from water damage.
Quality 1st Basement Systems received a phone call from a homeowner in Matawan, NJ. The homeowner needed to have their sidewalk repaired after noticing it had sunk between three to four inches. They knew that if this was not resolved, there would be serious accidents. Luckily, we were able to repair the sidewalk using our Polylevel Injection.
Polylevel is a better repair method than mudjacking because it is long-lasting and durable. Unlike mudjacking, polylevel is waterproof, environmentally friendly, and heals within 15 minutes. Rather than being a sloppy mixture, polylevel is a foam made from structural graded polymers and will not wash away.
After our crew finished the repair, the homeowner was very happy to see their sidewalk fully set and ready for action!
A homeowner in Matawan, New Jersey was looking to replace their old sump pump. Old sump pumps that have open lids are not sufficient for a basement's health. A sump pump should be closed and working properly so it can effectively pump water out of the basement.
The homeowner called Quality 1st Basement Systems and our customer service representative was able to help them make an appointment. Our System Design Specialist, JC Gibriano, met with the homeowner and provided an inspection of the home. Upon his inspection, JC noticed how the basement was damp and the sump pump was not helping the situation. JC suggested they install a new sump pump system.
Our foreman, Luis Aguirre, arrived on the job site and began the installation of the SuperSump Pump System. This new pump system is engineered to assist in keeping the basement dry and healthy for extended periods of time, even in moments of heavy water intrusion. This system has an airtight, enclosed lid to prevent water vapor from escaping the sump pump and entering the basement air.
When the job was complete, the homeowner had peace of mind knowing that their basement was protected from water damage. They now have a sump pump that can properly do the job of pumping water out of the basement.
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