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Before joining Woods Basement Systems in May 2018, Justin gained four years of sales experience in the automotive industry. He also has 17 years of experience in the transportation industry. He enjoys working for a family-owned company, where he's treated like family.
When he's not working, Justin enjoys racing remote-controlled cars and flying remote-controlled airplanes. He also enjoys camping, riding his ATV, and spending time with his wife and kids.
This Swansea, Illinois crawl space was dark, unkept, and wet. Not any more! Look at the difference a CleanSpace encapsulation system made to the space. This inorganic vapor barrier will keep out water leaks and leave the area looking brand new!
Before, this crawl space had a sump pump, but the pump wasn't able to handle the demand of the area. To solve this issue, Team Woods installed a dependable TripleSafe sump pump to discard of all water that leaks inside. This pump claims its name because it contains three pumps and if the primary pump fails, the next backup pump will switch on.
Water present in a crawl space is never a good thing; it can lead to mold growth, sagging floors, and air quality issues. This Catawissa, Missouri homeowner was experiencing all of these symptoms and was very eager to solve the problem. After he called Woods Basement Systems, a team arrived and installed, among other things, an inorganic CleanSpace vapor barrier throughout the crawl space to totally seal out the moisture and dirt. Just look at the difference!
This Catawissa, Missouri crawl space had a tarp in place, but this tarp ripped and allowed in harmful outer elements like water, debris, and critters. To solve this issue, Team Woods installed a CleanSpace encapsulation system to seal the crawl space from harm completely. This system is made out of inorganic materials that will block and prevent these outer elements from entering inside the crawl space.