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In October 2017, Jeremy joined Team Woods with over 15 years of successful human resource, administrative, sales, and operational management. He has a Bachelors of Art in Human Resource Management from Fortbonne University and has proven abilities in training and development, talent management, and strategic planning.
What excites Jeremy most about his job is working for an organization that takes pride in their results within the community. He also enjoys working for a company whose owners are hands on and care about their employees.
When not working, Jeremy enjoys spending time with his son building on whatever adventure they cross. He also enjoys playing softball and fantasy football. One thing that many may not know is that Jeremy also enjoys attending plays at the theater.
Before, this homeowner had no means of protection against pesky water leaks. Leaks are bound to occur eventually since the basement is the most susceptible area in the house for leaks to develop. Once this homeowner noticed a few water stains, she made the decision to reach out to Woods Basement Systems to completely waterproof and protect her basement space.
WaterGuards were used to collect the pesky water leaks that enter inside where the walls met the floor. Since water leaks inside through this area, WaterGuard drains are installed into the flooring to collect the leaks and direct them towards the sump pump to be pumped back outside.
Before, this basement had no means of protection against water leaks. Now with the help of Team Woods, a TwinPack sump pump was installed to pump out pesky water leaks. This two pumping system will be dependable year around because if one pump fails, the backup pump will switch on.
A homeowner from Byrnes Mill, Missouri wanted need to find a quick and permanent solution to fix her sinking foundation, so she reached out to Woods Basement Systems. System design specialist, Jeremy G., worked with Connie to find a solution to prevent her home from sinking any further. Jeremy gave the recommendation of installing push piers into the footing of the foundation to lock and lift the foundation back into its original place.
Several push piers were installed by foreman, Miguel O., and his crew. Push piers are made out of durable galvanized steel and are drilled below the foundation to lift it into place. These piers take the pressure off of the home and the soil that supports the house and places the burden onto the piers.