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Frank joined Team Woods in December 2018. He has 25 years of experience working with concrete foundations. He also has extensive carpentry experience.
When he's not working, Frank enjoys water sports and fishing. He also enjoys soccer and football.
This Urbana, Illinois homeowner wanted to finish his basement and utilize this space. He knew exactly who to call, Woods Basement Systems! Team Woods worked with this homeowner to design a safe and dry basement that would meet his desires. Just look at the difference!
On the walls, EverLast panels were installed, and the updated floors are ThermalDry titles in the shade Sandstone.
Homeowner Mike from Collinsville, Illinois wanted to waterproof his basement after years of experiencing water damage. Team Woods installed a WaterGuard drainage system into the footing of the basement to direct water leaks towards the basement sump pump.
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.
This Imperial, Missouri basement remained unfinished and was primarily used for storage until Spring 2020. The homeowners worked with our Total Basement Finishing Design Specialist, Frank Unger, to layout an all-new floorplan for the basement. And that's when the transformation began.
These homeowners had already put down their own flooring, but wanted to have the walls done as well. Our specialist knew wood studs, fiberglass insulation, and drywall can spell disaster in the event of a leak or high humidity. So, Woods Basement Systems framed the basement with metal studs and finished the walls with the inorganic EverLast Basement Wall Panels, made from 2 1/2-inch thick rigid foam insulation with 1/2-inch thick cement board cladding. The cement board is finished with an off-white vinyl surface treatment.
What was once a cold, bare, and dark unfinished basement used only for storage is now a beautifully-finished, warm, and bright basement playroom and sewing room. What a transformation!