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Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm
Weekend Phone Hours: Sat: 9am - 12pm
Children: Brandon, Logan, & Grayson
Pets: Katie (dog) & Jewel (cat)
Cory joined Woods Basement Systems in 2016 as the Service Manager and has a bachelor's degree in human resources.
He has many years of experience in the construction and management industry. Some of his past experience includes new home building and framing, managing a manufacturing team, and telecommunications.
Cory's daily responsibilities include maintaining an expert knowledge of the Woods Basement Systems product line, develop the service department to excellence, and collaborate with the team to grow and excel by providing the best service imaginable. He is most excited in his job to be a part of a winning team and growing the business together.
In his free time, Cory works on home remodeling projects and enjoys being outside with family, hiking, camping, and riding bikes. He also enjoys reading books and making music, specifically with his guitar and saxophone.
Colleen W. of Collinsville, Illinois was troubled by the damage water seepage had caused to her finished basement. Water made its way into her home where the floor meets the wall and caused damage to her carpet and drywall.
System design specialist Cory A. designed a solution to keep her basement dry. WaterGuard was installed by foreman Mason S. WaterGuard is a perimeter drainage system that guides water away from the basement.
This homeowner in Granite City, IL was concerned about water pouring in through the walls in her finished basement, so she called Woods Basement Systems for help. Design Specialist Cory A. gave her a free estimate on the ideal solution for the issue at hand.
Team Woods installed CleanSpace wall covers to trap water and microbial growth and prevent it from damaging the home. CleanSpace is an inorganic vapor barrier designed to keep out moisture, mold, and mildew.
Marc F. of Manchester, MO was concerned about his basement windows allowing in water seepage. Our system design specialist, Cory A., knew that a WaterGuard and WellDuct would be a workable solution to keep the leaks under control. WellDucts redirect water from the windows directly into the WaterGuard. The WaterGuard then leads directly into the sump pump, allowing water to be pumped out of the basement while keeping the walls and floors dry. Once foreman, Caleb L., and his crew installed these systems, Marc no longer has to worry about leaky windows and can enjoy his dry floor and walls.