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Jeremy joined Team Woods in April 2016 with over 20 years of sales experience. He attended Universal Technical Institute. Jeremy enjoys the family-oriented nature of Woods Basement Systems. He says, "Working for Woods has improved my family life by giving me more time with my kids."
When he's not working, Jeremy likes to spend as much time on the water as possible. He also coaches youth baseball and has an interest in classic cars. You may be surprised to learn that Jeremy has bowled 5 perfect games.
Jared of Newton, Illinois wanted to replace his old basement windows with new. He decided to used Woods Basement System's basement window inserts to properly seal the basement. Here you can see the before and after installation of the basement windows!
Grant K was concerned when he noticed that his basement walls were beginning to bow. So, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems. One of our System Design Specialists was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jeremy R Installed a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor in Grant’s basement. The Wall Anchor has two ends, one will attach to stable soil away from the house, the other will attach to the basement walls. The Anchor can be tightened and overtime will straighten the walls.
Radon gas is an odorless and invisible radioactive carcinogen that can accumulate in the home. It is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers in the U.S. Leslie M. knew something was wrong when her husband had trouble breathing downstairs so she tested the radon levels in her Greenville, IL home. The tests came back showing levels of 12.3 pCi/l, much higher than the EPA standard of 4.0 pCi/l for indoor air, so she called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended a sub-slab active radon mitigation system.
The largest source of radon gas is the soil surrounding the foundation. Woods drilled a hole in the slab foundation of the home and connected a PVC pipe. The hole creates a path of least resistance that draws radon gas upward and the pipe guides it to the radon fan. Passive radon mitigation systems don’t always succeed at keeping radon below 4 pCi/l. In an active system like the one shown in the picture, the fan draws and vents radon safely above and away from the home much more effectively without using much power or making much noise.
The foundation walls of Zach A.’s Hillsboro, IL home were bowing inward. The severe degree of the bowing made him worried that the walls might fail so he called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended installing PowerBraces.
Woods custom fit the adjustable steel beams to the height of the basement. They fit them snuggly against the walls and secured them in place using steel brackets. PowerBraces stabilize foundation walls and prevent future damage. They also offer the opportunity to improve the walls by tightening them during dry conditions.
This Troy, Illinois basement was finished, but once the homeowner noticed that her carpet was damp, she knew it was time to get a professionals opinion. Team Woods looked over the space and recommended installing a drain system, WaterGuard, to the perimeter of the room to prevent water damage. To carry out this project some of the carpet had to be removed to install the WaterGuard into the footing of the basement floor.
This Troy, Illinois homeowner had noticed that water had continued to leak and flood in her basement, so she reached out to Woods Basement System to see what could be done to protect her home. After talking over her options with system design specialist, Jeremy R., it was decided that a new sump pump was crucial. A TwinPack sump pump provides a backup pump ensuring homeowners that a dependable sump pump is possible.
Belleville, Illinois homeowner Michael had previously installed WaterGuard in his basement. He now wanted to add more to his basement by completing an EverLast 1/2 Wall Restoration. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Jeremy developed a plan for him.
Foreman John and his crew completed the EverLast 1/2 Wall Restoration. Water in the basement can be absorbed into the sheet-rock and wood like a sponge as it sits against the wall. By completeing a 1/2 Wall Restoration we can remove damaged and moldy materials and replace them with the EverLast Wall System.
The EverLast Walls are an excellent choice for basements because they are durable, easy to clean, and never need painted again. They are also made of an inorganic material so they cannot support mold and mildew growth.
Michael and his family can now enjoy their basement and the higher air quality as they work out.
Michael and Verna D. of Smithon, Illinois were concerned about the sinking concrete in their garage. The concrete began to settle with the soil, making it uneven.
Foremand Andrew T. installed PolyLEVEL injections to raise the concrete to its original position. Now that the garage is restored, they are able to use it again. PolyLEVEL is a long-lasting solution, so Michael and Verna no longer have to be concerned with sinking concrete.
This Waterloo, Illinois basement was experiencing bowing and cracks in their basement. This homeowner decided to quickly give Woods Basement Systems a call to repair the troubled basement right away.
System design specialist, Jeremy R. was sent to the home to investigate and give his top recommendation. Jeremy recommended PowerBraces to secure the walls from further damage to the basement.
PowerBraces are custom-fit steel beams that are anchored into the ceiling and floor of any basement wall. These braces will stabilize walls by providing support and structure that a troubled wall would lack.
Here you can see what the finished look of this project was. Foreman, Greg H., led his team to complete this job quick and efficiently.
Melody D. of St. Louis, MO noticed the wooden support beam in her home was cracked and became concerned, so she contacted Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate.
Design specialist Jeremy R. evaluated the beam and determined that best solution would be to install a supplemental beam and SmartJacks.
Foreman Brett J. and his crew installed the I-beam and SmartJacks and the home is now stable.
Saint Louis, Missouri homeowner Autumn noticed water in her basement. She gave Woods Basement System a call and System Design Specialist Jeremy developed a plan for them.
Foreman Jeremy R. and his crew installed the WaterGuard and PowerBraces for Autumn. The PowerBraces will straighten the wall and close any gaps that had developed. The WaterGuard will colelct any water before it gets to the floor and redirect it to the sump pump.
Autumn and her family can now enjoy their basement and know it is dry and stable.
Homeowner Jim B. of Oakville, Missouri, was displeased with the cracking, uneven concrete of his sidewalk and driveway. The sinking driveway slab created a small ledge as he drove into his garage and he worried of the damage it may cause to his vehicle over time.
System design specialist Jeremy R. designed an effective solution to correct the unlevel, cracked concrete. Foreman Andrew T. and his crew used PolyLEVEL injections to raise and level the concrete, and sealed the cracks. PolyLEVEL is both quick and long lasting, so Jim can have a beautiful, safe driveway for years to come.
Ben B. of Oakville, Missouri noticed that water was entering his home's basement after heavy rain storms. He did not want to have to keep cleaning up a mess after every storm, so he called Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist Jeremy R. assessed the situation and decided the best option was to install a TripleSafe sump pump and a Waterguard drainage system. Foreman William H. then headed to the home to start the job.
The Waterguard drainage system, pictured above, was installed above the footing of the basement. It collects any water coming up from the ground before it reaches the surface of the basement. It then drains the water to the sump pump. After installation, the Waterguard is covered with concrete.
Ben B. no longer has to worry about his home's basement flooding after big storms. He now has a waterproof and dry basement.
Saint Louis homeowner Phyllis noticed her basement walls could use a little more support. She gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Jeremy developed a plan.
Foreman Greg and his crew installed PowerBraces for her. They PowerBraces are steel I-Beams that are anchored on the joist and the floor. They will be tightened overtime to straighten the walls.
Phyllis can now redecorate her basement and know it will be safe for decades to come.
After years of dealing with a water damaged basement, this homeowner made the call to Woods Basement Systems to give her basement a makeover! Team Woods installed new wall panels, BrightWall, a sump pump, TripleSafe, and a drain system, WaterGuard. Now, this basement is safe, protected, and beautiful!
From the before photo you can see that this uneven sidewalk was a dangerous tripping hazard for these Frontenac, MO homeowners. With PolyLEVEL injection foam Woods' crews were able to level the sidewalk with minimal down time, these homeowners were able to use their step and sidewalk just 15 minutes after completion of the project! This product will never deteriorate, forever keeping these concrete slabs in their correct position.
Mirza Z. of Bridgeton, Missouri noticed that a few of the slabs on his home's back patio were starting to sink. He did not want to ignore this problem and let it get worse, so he called Woods Basement Systems for help.
Design specialist Jeremy R. took a look at the problem and decided that PolyLevel was the perfect fix. Foreman Juan H. then traveled to the home to get the job started. The PolyLevel, pictured above, is a lightweight foam that is inserted below the concrete through a penny-sized hole. It then expands and lifts the concrete back to its original position.
Mirza Z. is very happy that he no longer has to worry about the concrete slabs sinking. He now has a level patio.
Homeowner Dianna S. in Arnold, MO noticed unleveled and cracked concrete in the driveway of her home. After realizing the unpleasant appearance and safety hazards that comes with uneven concrete, she gave Woods Basement Systems a call.
System design specialist, Jeremy R. did an inspection and created a design that would restore the driveway of the home. Foreman William T. did a PolyLEVEL installation that would guarantee leveled and safe concrete. The PolyLEVEL system requires lightweight equipment and less damage than other repair options. Instead of using a mixture of concrete and mud, high-density polymers are injected into small holes that are drilled in the concrete.
As the "after" picture shows, the PolyLEVEL system was the best solution to restore the driveway of the home.
Mark of Arnold, Missouri noticed cracking around the interior of his home and wanted to have a professional look over the damage. Woods Basement System's system design specialist, Jeremy R., went to Mark's house to inspect the troubled structure. Now that the push piers are installed, Mark could not be happier with the outcome of the project. Mark and his family can now enjoy their home knowing that their safety is not at risk.
Walls can shift and bow over time. That’s why Steve T called Woods Basement Systems when he noticed his basement walls were bowing. System Design Specialist Jeremy R was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jeremy R installed a GeoLock Wall Anchor, shown above, in Steve’s basement. The first part of the system attaches to the wall and the second attaches to stable soil away from the house. This will pull the walls back to where they are supposed to be.
Frank M. of St. Charles, Missouri noticed that his basement was flooding after heavy rain showers. He did not want to have to clean up a mess continously, so he called Woods Basement Systems.
Design specialist Jeremy R. assessed the situation and came up with the perfect solution. Foreman Melvin F. traveled to the home to install a TripleSafe sump pump and a Waterguard drainage system.
The Waterguard drainage system, pictured above, was placed above the footing of the basement. After it was installed, it was covered with concrete. The Waterguard collects any water that is rising from the ground before it reaches the surface of the basement. It then drains the water to the sump pump.
Frank M. no longer has to worry about water flooding his home's basement. He know has a dry and waterproof home.
This homeowner wanted to use her basement as extra living space, but she noticed that before she could finish the basement, she needed to fix the failing walls. Team Woods arrived at her Saint Charles, Missouri home to investigate the troubled walls. Geo-Lock wall anchors were installed to bring back the stability to the wall by preventing the walls from moving and shifting.
Elaine W. was experiencing cracks in her home's wall due to foundation settlement. She did not want the problem to get any worse, so she called Woods Basement Systems for help.
Design specialist Jeremy R. assessed the situation and came up with the perfect solution. Foreman Jose L. then traveled to the home to install several push piers. The steel push piers, pictured above, were placed adjacent to the footings of the home. The piers stabilize the home and lift it back to its original position. Finally, the piers are covered with soil.
Elaine W. no longer has to worry about cracks in the walls or any further settlement of her home. She now has a stable and level home.
Susan from Ballwin, Missouri experienced uneven concrete slabs in her driveway. That can cause damage to vehicles and is considered a tripping hazard, so she decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Jeremy R., recommended PolyLevel as a solution.
Foreman, Andrew T. installed the PolyLevel. PolyLevel is a high density polyurethane formula, or foam and is used to permanently lift and stabilize sinking concrete slabs. First, small holes are drilled into the concrete and then the polymer is injected into the void.
Susan H. can now safely use her driveway.
Mary M. of St. Peters, Missouri, had water leaking into her basement, so she decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a solution. Systems design specialist, Jeremy R. recommended installing a Twin pack sump pump and WaterGuard.
Foreman, Greg H. installed the products. The Twin Pack sump pump includes two stainless steel pumps that protect against leaks and floods. Waterguard is installed in the perimeter of the basement floor and it collects water that seeps through basement walls and guides it to the sump pump to be removed from the home.
Now Mary M. has a dry basement.
Steve C. had long cracks along the foundation walls of his basement. They were allowing water to get into the basement and he was worried they might be a sign of larger problems so he called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommeneded extending his waterproofing system and installing Geo-Lock Wall Anchors.
Geo-Lock Wall Anchors were installed along the cracked wall, as shown in the picture. Steel wall plates on the inside of the foundation wall connected to earth anchors by galvanized steel anchor rods counteract the pressure from soil on the outside of the wall. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors permanently stabilize the walls and can in most case straighten the walls by tightening the anchor rods during dry periods.
O'Fallon, Missouri homeowners Mike and Shelly were experiencing a wet basement. They had worked with Woods Basement Systems before for cracks in their foundation walls. They knew just who to call and System Design Specialist Jeremy R. developed a plan to keep the basement dry.
Foreman Kevin J. and his crew installed the system, which has WaterGuard and a TripleSafe sump pump. The TripleSafe sump pump replaced their current sump pump. It was a better option because the three pumps insure it is always dry. The primary pump works nearly constantly, the secondary pump is set higher in the tank than the primary pump. This allows it to kick on when the pump becomes overwhelmed. Since they are on separate discharge lines and circuits they work as if you had to sump pumps in the area. The third pump is a battery operated UltraSump. It will kick on when the water is way to high or when the power goes out.
The pump is airtight so the water cannot evaporate back into the basement air. It does have an opening to allow direct drainage in the case of a pipe breaking or flood. There is also alarms that go off if the water levels gets too high so you can check it before it floods.
Mike and Shelly now have a stable and dry basement they can enjoy.