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Brian has 12 years of experience in commercial and residential construction. His experience includes rehabilitation, remodeling, and full-build proejects. Brian also has experience as an insurance broker. He has some education in theology and has dedicated time towards pastoral and nonprofit work. Brian joined Team Woods in March 2018, and what excites him most about the company is the repuation and atmosphere.
When he's not working, Brian enjoys writing and performing music. Some other hobbies of his include playing board games and working on motorcycles and cars.
If you don't have a waterproofing system in your basement, you are only waiting for a water leak to create destruction. All basements will experience a leak at some point. Are you ready for it?
To protect this basement, Team Woods installed a WaterGuard drainage system into the footing of the basement floors to direct water leaks to the basement sump pump. Just look at the difference!
When purchasing a new home, it is extremely important to, among other things, have the basement inspected for cracks and leaks. Neglecting to do so can have very expensive consequences. This Belleville, Illinois homeowner found that out the hard way when his newly purchased home's basement was flooded with water the first time it rained heavily. He was now left with a huge mess on his hands, and he called the experts at Woods Basement Systems for help. A Woods team installed under-floor WaterGuard drains, a CleanSpace wall covering, and a TwinPack sump pump to keep the basement dry.
After waterproofing his basement, this Granite City, Illinois homeowner wanted to finish his basement as well. Team Woods installed EverLast wall panels onto the waterproofed walls to finish the walls, giving them a clean, new look.
Ed of St. Louis, Missouri wanted to protect his crawl space from water, mold, and critters so he met with Team Woods' system design specialist, Brian S. Brian inspected the home and designed the best, long-lasting solution to prevent damages from occuring in his crawl space.
These images show what the crawl space looked like before and after Team Woods took over!
This home in St. Louis, Missouri experienced water leaking and standing around the perimeter of her basement. To fix this, Team Woods installed WaterGuard to collect all water that seeped in and will send this water to the sump pump to be pumped out of the home.
This home in St. Louis, Missouri was experiencing leaking and standing water. Team Woods inspected the space and installed a sump pump, TripleSafe, to protect the area from water damage. After years of water leaking in, this sump pump will discard of all water that tries to leak in!
This St. Louis, Missouri homeowner wanted to waterproof her basement after noticing several water leaks around the space. To solve her water leakage issue, Team Woods installed WaterGuard drains around the perimeter of the basement to collect the pesky water leaks and send them to the sump pump.
In order to avoid damage and costly repairs in the future, waterproofing before finishing a basement is essential. This Maplewood, Missouri homeowner was interested in turning his unfinished basement into an in-law suite. But before he could do that, the constant leaks in the space needed to be dealt with. A Woods Basement Systems team installed several waterproofing measures, including WaterGuard, a gutter-like drainage system that is placed underneath the floor at the base of the walls to catch leaks before they can make it into the space.
After investing in finishing his basement, this homeowner noticed water leaks after heavy rains. He wanted to protect his investment and knew who to call, Woods Basement Systems. Team Woods took out the lower half of the wall to make room for a drainage system called WaterGuard. WaterGuard drains are used to collect pesky water leaks and direct them towards the basement sump pump to be pumped back outside. These WaterGuard drains will help protect this home from any water damage.
Woods Basement Systems installed WaterGuard drains into the footing of the basement walls to prevent water leaks from entering into the basement. Previously, this basement had experienced a few leaks after heavy rains. For protective measures, WaterGuard drains were used to prevent water damage that can lead to costly, long repairs.
Basement leaks are common, but that doesn't mean that they just should just be left alone. Water can cause all kinds of damage, so it is imperative to address leaks as soon as possible. This Oakville, Missouri homeowner was tired of dealing with a wet basement and gave Woods Basement Systems a call. A Woods team installed WaterGuard drains and a TwinPack sump pump, making the basement totally safe from leaks.
An unfinished section of this St. Louis, Missouri basement was experiencing water leaks through the wall. To solve this issue, Team Woods installed a CleanSpace encapsulation system onto the leaky wall along with WaterGuard drains. This duo will protect the basement from mold growth and water damage that would negatively impact the entire house.
Florissant, Missouri homeowner Dan needed help getting his basement dry. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Brian developed the plan for Dan.
Foreman Kevin and his crew installed the WaterGuard and TwinPack at the core of the system. The WaterGuard will collect water before it gets to the floor and redirect it to the sump pump. The TwinPack sump pump will pump water out of the home and a safe distance away so that the water cannot come back into the basement.
Dan can enjoy and use his basement that is now dry and clean.
This Festus, Missouri homeowner wanted to install WaterGuard drains into her basement to keep water leaks out. Team Woods foreman, John C., installed this drainage system into the footing of the walls to collect water leaks and direct them towards the sump pump.
The homeowner, Gustavo, from Chesterfield, Missouri wanted to update his basement windows to allow more natural light inside and to qualify the basement as a floor. To solve this issue, Team Woods installed a new Egress window into the basement to also double as an easy escape route out of the basement. This before and after shows the outside windows before the renovation, and the after shows the Egress window from inside once installed.