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Malik joined Team Woods as an Installer, and has since moved into his current role as a Foreman. Malik's daily responsibilities as an Foreman include leading his team and overseeing the loading of trucks in preparation for the job site. He also performs installation duties according to company approved methods, standards and timetables. Our crews also take pride in using safe methods when handling tools and equipment, answering any questions customers may have while working in their homes, and cleaning the work site once installation is complete.
In his spare time Malik likes to exercise, play basketball, go running, and to spend as much time as possible with his daughter.
After noticing water leaks in her basement, this homeowner reached out to Woods Basement Systems right away for a waterproofing plan. Team Woods installed WaterGuard drains around the perimeter of the basement to collect the water leaks and send them to the sump pump to then be pumped out. In this before and after you can see the condition of the leaky basement before the repair and after with the drains installed with a fresh coat of cement over the top.
Sheila and Mark F. in Marion, IL were looking to replace their leaky, drafty basement windows with something more durable and water-resistant. They reached out to Woods Basement Systems, and they received a no-cost estimate on the ideal replacement courtesy of Design Specialist Chris A.
Foreman Malik J. and his team installed EverLast windows to replace the drafty old ones. EverLast windows are constructed from durable, high-quality vinyl for a watertight seal with no need to worry about rust, rot, or repainting. Sheila and Mark now have the peace of mind they need to enjoy the dry, bright basement they deserve thanks to EverLast!
Jason of Lebanon, Illinois wanted to have preventative work done to his crawl space. After discussing options with system design specialist, John S., Jason and John decided to install a new CleanSpace encapsulation system. Here is a before and after of the installation of CleanSpace in Jason's crawl space.
Thankfully, now Jason and his family will have a safe and healthy crawl space!
Cyntia Hl of Moro, Illinois discovered water pooled around the hot water heater in her basement. In addition to water coming into her basement where the floor meets the wall, the water around the hot water heater risked damanging her valuables. System Design Speciaist John S. designed a solution to keep the basement dry.
In addition to installing a waterproofing system, Foreman Jose L. and his team installed a trench drain around the hot water heater to capture water and guide it to the TripleSafe sump pump system.
Moro, Illinois homeowner Cynthia H. was troubled by water leaking into her basement where the floor meets the wall. The water created a musty environment and risked damaging her belongings store in the basement. To waterproof the basement, System Design Specialist John S. designed a solution.
Foreman Jose L. installed WaterGuard, a perimeter drainage system. WaterGuard collects and guides water to the TripleSafe sump pump system. TripleSafe is equipped with three pumps to ensure the basement stays dry all the time.
With no means of protection against water leaks, this East Alton, Illinois basement was in desperate need of waterproofing. Woods Basement Systems solved this basements needs by installing two top waterproofing system to shield the home against water damage. Team Woods installed a WaterGuard drainage system along the perimeter of the basement with a TripleSafe sump pump system to pump the water leaks back outside.
The wall anchoring system is designed to hold a bowing in wall in place and stop further inward movement of the wall.
The interior anchor plate is a large single plate attech to the DOUBLE earth anchor plate. Engineers have caluclated the depth and distance the earth anchor needs to be for the proper working order of the wall anchoring system. Soil undisturbed is dense and can stop the inward shifting of the loose soil inthe backfill area next to a basement foundation.
O' Fallon, Missouri homeowner Stuart had noticed cracks in his poured concrete foundation walls. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Pete developed a plan for them.
Foreman Malik and his crew installed the Geo-Lock Wall Anchors for Stuart. The Geo-Lock Wall Anchors are steel rods that are drilled through the wall and 12 feet into the soil. They are then anchored on both ends, giving the wall the resistance it needs to pull the wall back to its original position.
Stuart and his family can now enjoy their basement without any worries.