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Pets: Annabell (Beagle)
In August 2017, Vern joined Team Woods. Prior to joining the team he gained several years of experience in the construction and manufacturing industries as a carpenter and machine operator. He's also experienced in CAD/CAM drafting and diver tending. While serving in the US Navy, Vern was trained in engineering, SCUBA, and welding. Not only is he welding certified, but he also has experience in framing, scaffolding, and concrete forming. Vern is OSHA certified and a memeber of the United Carpenters and Jointers of America.
Vern enjoys the family atmoshere of Woods Basement Systems. When not at work, Vern shares his hobbies with his grandchildren any chance he gets. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and pigeon racing. In fact, he's been involved in the sport of pigeon racing for over 44 years.
A Troy, IL homeowner reached out to Woods Basement Systems concerned about flooding in their basement and unsightly water damage. They met with Design Specialist Chris A. and received a free estimate on the ideal way to keep the basement dry at all times.
Team Woods installed a Twin Pack sump pump system to remove water from the home before it causes any damage. Twin Pack uses dual, cast-iron Zoeller pumps for double protection, and it works well with just about every drainage system. For waterproofing you can count on, Twin Pack can help!
Smithton, Illinois homeowner Pam kept getting water in her basement even with a sump pump. She gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Adam R. developed the perfect plan for her.
Foreman Vern and his crew moved her sump pit from the center of the floor to the lowest point in the corner. They then installed a new TripleSafe sump pump and WaterGuard. These two systems together will work to keep the basement dry through heavy rain, power outages, plumbing breaks, and more.
Pam now has a dry basement she no longer worries about.