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Jeremy has been woking with Woods Basement Systems, Inc. for 2 years and has a PC Repair and Computer Systems Technology certification from Lewis and Clark. His previous leadership experience from a tree removal company has prepared him for the vast responsibility of being a foreman.
Jeremy's duties include inspecting contracts, loading materials, inspecting and driving the company truck. Once at the home, he does introductions and a walkthrough with the customer.
The part Jeremy likes best about his job is the support team he works with. They share a strong bond and he can count on them for anything. When he isn't busy on jobs, Jeremy likes to play video games, spend time with family, and watch Netfilx.
Kevin and Sheila M. of Bourbon, Missouri were concerned about their bowing foundation walls. The basement walls had begun to crack. Not only were the walls weak, but this could provide a gateway for water to enter their basement.
System design specialist Adam R. designed a solution to solve their cracking, bowing walls and restore their foundation ot its original position.
Geo-Lock wall anchors restore the walls and provide permant support for the foundation
A homeowner in New Haven, MO by the name of Marvin S. noticed that his basement walls were bowing inward. After he realized the risk of instability for his home due to the bowing walls, he gave Woods Basement System a call.
System design specialist, Micheal T. completed a thorough inspection on the home and created a design that would ensure the homeowner safety and stability. Foreman, Jeremy R. did a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor installation to resolve the issue. As seen in the picture below, this system permanently stabilizes the home and straightens up the basement walls over time. With the Geo-Lock Wall Anchor system, Marvin S. home is secure and stable.
Marvin S. of New Haven, Missouri noticed that a couple wall in the basement of his home were cracking and bowing. He did not want to ignore the problem and let it get worse, so he called Woods Basement Systems for help.
Design specialist Michael T. assessed the situation and decided that installing a few wall anchors would fix the problem. Foreman Jeremy R. then traveled to the home to get the job started. The steel wall anchors, pictured above, extend from the inside walls of the basement to the hard packed soil outside. The wall anchors stabilize and prevent any further movement of the walls.
Marvin S. no longer has to worry about his home's walls cracking and bowing. He now has stable and safe basement walls.
Ralph M. of Warrenton, Missouri noticed that a couple of the walls in his home were cracking and bowing. He did not want the issue to get worse or cause safety concerns, so he called Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist Matthew S. assessed the situation and decided that wall anchors would fix the homeowner's problem. Foreman Jeremy R. then headed to the home to get the job started. Wall anchors, pictured above, extend from the inside basement walls to the hard packed soil outside. They are made of steel help stabilize and prevent further movement of the basement walls.
Ralph M. now has stable and safe basement walls. He no longer has to worry about his home's walls cracking or bowing.
Wright City, Missouri homeowner William had his basement walls falling in. He had tried to use wood supports but they were not helping. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Pete developed a plan for them.
Foreman Jeremy and his crew installed the Geo-Lock Wall Anchors for William. By installing the Geo-Lock Wall Anchors give the resistance the walls need to keep the dirt and water from pushing the walls in.
William can now use his basement for storage with peace of mind.
Foundation wall issues can devalue a home and scare off potential buyers. Alice C. knew this from her experience as an agent so when she noticed cracks in the walls of a Wentzville, MO property she was selling, she called Woods Basement Systems. Woods determined the best solution would be to install Geo-Lock Wall Anchors.
Geo-Lock Wall Anchors counteract the soil pressure that causes cracks in walls by connected steel wall plates on the inside of the foundation walls to earth anchors, which have been embedded in more stable soil in the yard, using galvanized steel anchor rods. The anchor rods are tightened to permanently stabilize the wall and prevent any future damage.
Cracks in foundation walls can be a sign that pressure from unstable soil on the outside of the wall is causing it to fail. Christina and James B. of Wentzville, IL had cracks in their foundation walls that they’d attempted to patch but the cracked had reopened and new ones formed so they called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended installing Geo-Lock Wall Anchors.
The Geo-Lock Wall Anchors were installed on the cracked walls. They counteract the pressure from the soil by connecting earth anchors embedded in more stable soil in the yard to wall plates on the inside of the foundation walls using galvanized steel anchor rods. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors permanently stabilize foundation walls and can straighten the walls in most cases. As shown in the picture, the steel wall plates can also be covered with optional wall anchor covers.
Timothy M. found some long cracks in the foundation walls of his elderly mother’s home in Foristell, MO. He was worried the walls would get worse, even fail, if he didn’t do something so he called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended installing Geo-Lock Wall Anchors.
Unstable soil conditions can put a tremendous amount of pressure on the exterior of foundation walls and damage them. Woods installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors along the cracked foundation walls to counteract the pressure. To do this, wall plates on the inside of the foundation walls were connected to earth anchors that were buried in stable conditions in the yard using galvanized steel anchor rods. They permanently stabilize the walls in place and prevent future damage to the walls.
Cracking basement walls present a problem. Aside from being unsightly, cracks often lead to water leaks and other issues. If left unchecked, even a total wall collapse, although unlikely, can occur. In order to avoid these problems, this Wentzville, Missouri homeowner gave Woods Basement Systems a call. A Woods team installed several incredibly strong, galvanized steel PowerBrace beams against his cracking walls. These supports totally prevent bowing, shifting, and any further cracking.
Christina W. of Cadet, Missouri noticed that a few of her home's basement walls were bowing and cracking. She did not want the bowing and cracking walls to get any worse, so she called Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist Brandon B. assessed the problem and decided the best solution was to install several wall anchors. Foreman Jeremy R. then headed to the home to start the job.
Wall anchors extend from the inside walls of the basement to the hard packed soil outside. The steel anchors help stabilize and prevent further movement of the wall.s
Christina W. no longer has to worry about her home's basement walls cracking or bowing. She now has stable and safe walls.
Many basements have small windows that rest about level with the ground outside. To protect these windows, builders add small window wells that hold back the ground around the window and still allow light to enter the basement.
However, these builders often use cheap materials like corrugated metal sheets. While the slim sheets of metal might be enough to hold back the dirt around the window, it does not cover the floor of the window well, which can often remain a dirt-filled pit, and it does nothing to prevent water from filling up the window well and pressing against the window.
Thankfully, Woods Basement Systems has a total protection alternative. A new window well can be installed outside the existing window that will not only hold back the ground, but also covers the bottom of the window well, blocking water that might otherwise build up there and keeping the window clean and unblocked. A clear cover is fitted over the window well to block rainwater without blocking light. And because the new window well is made of a brighter material than the dirty sheet metal, the light it reflects into the basement will make the basement feel brighter as well.
The result is a clean, bright window that lets in more light without letting in water and dirt.
Homeowner, John J. was displeased with his basement walls bowing inward so he gave Woods Basement System a call.
After doing an inspection on the walls of the basement, system design specialist Brandon B. created a design that would ensure the homeowner safety and security. Foreman, Jeremy R. headed over to do a PowerBrace Wall Repair system installation. This system guarantees stability while also making the walls straighten over time. The PowerBrace Wall Repair system consists of steel I-beams, like the ones shown below. These steel I-beams are secured to the joists above the basement walls with steel brackets.
John J. no longer has to worry about the safety of his home
Mike and Shelly, O' Fallon, Missouri homeowners, were experiencing wet spots in their basement. They had worked with Woods Basement Systems before for foundation wall repair so they gave System Design Specialist Jeremy R. a call back. He developed a plan to keep their basement dry.
Foreman Kevin J. and his team installed the WaterGuard system. The waterGuard goes along the perimeter of the room and collects incoming water from below, behind, and down the wall. It is specially designed to not get clogged with mud, a common problem in most drainage piping. It will redirect the water to a sump pump, where it can be safely removed from the home.
Mike and Shelly now have a safe and dry basement they can enjoy.
Steve C. had long cracks along the foundation walls of his basement. They were allowing water to get into the basement and he was worried they might be a sign of larger problems so he called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommeneded extending his waterproofing system and installing Geo-Lock Wall Anchors.
Geo-Lock Wall Anchors were installed along the cracked wall, as shown in the picture. Steel wall plates on the inside of the foundation wall connected to earth anchors by galvanized steel anchor rods counteract the pressure from soil on the outside of the wall. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors permanently stabilize the walls and can in most case straighten the walls by tightening the anchor rods during dry periods.
Terry of O'Fallon, Missouri had large vertical and horizontal cracks on his basement walls along with a side of the house sliding off the foundation about three to four inches. With these being signs of a settling foundation, he decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Timothy W. was able to find a solution and recommended Geo-Lock wall anchors to be installed.
Foreman, Jeremy R. installed the wall anchors. Geo-Lock wall anchors are made of galvanized steel and are connected by rods. They are embedded into the stable soil away from the home and can be tighten during dry seasons. The anchors are used to permanently stabilize foundation walls and can, in most cases, pull walls back into their original position.
So, now Terry P. can rest easy knowing he has a stable foundation.
Over the years, this O'Fallon, Missouri home's basement walls had become quite badly cracked, and one of them had begun to bow inward. This damage caused the homeowner to worry about a possible total wall collapse, and he called in Woods Basement Systems for help. In order to reinforce the damaged walls, several GeoLock wall supports were put installed. These work by connecting heavy anchors buried deep in the firm soil far from the home to steel plates affixed to the interior surface of the damaged walls, effectively pulling them outward over time.
A homeowner in Eureka, Missouri was worried about the foundation of her home. Her basement walls were covered in cracks, causing her to worry about the well-being of her home. She decided to make a call to Woods Basement Systems after a recommendation from a family member. The Woods Team came out to the home and installed a foundation repair system that worked perfectly for her home. Now, Rebecca never has to worry about foundation issues again.
This Chesterfield, Missouri basement had several walls covered in large horizontal and vertical cracks. The homeowner was anxious to address the issue in order to avoid further damage. A Woods Basement Systems team installed several GeoLock wall anchors, supports that work by connecting steel plates on the interior surface of the basement walls with heavy anchors buried deep down in the firm soil about 3 yards away from the home, to pull the walls outward over time and prevent further cracking. The plates are covered with optional shrouds for cosmetic purposes in this picture.
High Ridge, Missouri property owner noticed a horizontal crack going around two walls in his basement. He gave Wooods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Luke K. developed a plan for him.
Foreman Jeremy R. and his crew installed the Geo-Lock Wall Anchors aound the two walls. The anchors are steel rods that are drilled through the wall and anchored on both ends to pull the wall back to its original position.
Tim can now trust the property to be safe and sturdy for decades of tenants to come.
Kevin and Kelley K. were experiencing large cracks in their Ballwin, Missouri home. They contacted Woods Basement Systems to design a solution suitable to their needs. The best solution for this home was to install Geo-Lock™ Wall Anchors along the wall to help stabilize it and prevent further movement, as well as return the wall to its original position.
Kevin and Kelley K., Ballwin, Missouri homeowners, were distraught by the large crack in their basement wall. The crack not only allowed water in, but it compromised their foundation.
Geo-Lock Wall Anchors were installed to restore the bowing wall to its original position and provide support for the home. After the installation, the basement was waterproofed. BrightWall was installed as part of the waterproofing system, but it also makes their basement walls more appealing by covering the cracks and the anchors.
Ballwin, Missouri homeowners Kevin and Kelley K. were troubled with water leaking into their basement through cracked foundation walls. After repairing the foundation, foreman Jeremy R. installed a waterproofing system.
The TwinPack sump pump system is one part of the waterproofing system. It includes a backup pump in the event that the first one fails. Thanks to WaterGuard and TwinPack, this once-wet basement will stay dry.
When homeowner Glenn G. discovered his basement walls were bowing inward, he gave Woods Basement System a call.
Our system design specialist went over to do an inspection and created a design that would create stability for the basement walls. Foreman, Jeremy R. did a Geo-lock Wall Anchor installation. What this system does is permanently stabilize homes while also making the basement walls straight. No heavy equipment is involved with this installation which makes this the most simple and quickest solution for bowing walls.
As seen in the picture above, the Geo-Lock Wall Anchor will guarantee a restored and secure home.
As homes age and foundations shift, basement walls often start to crack and bow inward. Although cracks themselves are not hugely concerning, they can lead to serious problems, from water leaks to collapsing walls. This Wildwood, Missouri homeowner wanted to head off his cracking issues before they got any worse, so he called Woods Basement Systems. A Woods team installed several incredibly strong PowerBrace beams flush against the surface of the walls to totally prevent bowing, cracking, and collapse. The homeowner no longer needs to worry!
Lisa T. of Ballwin, Missouri noticed that a couple of the walls in her home were bowing and cracking. She knew that this was not a problem to ignore, as it could cause more damage and safety hazards. She called Woods Basement Systems right away for help.
Design specialist Cody M. assessed the situation and decided that installing a few wall anchors would fix the problem. Foreman Jeremy R. then traveled to the home to get the job started. The steel wall anchors, pictured above, extend from the inside walls of the home to the hard packed soil outside. They help stabilize the walls and prevent any further movement.
Lisa T. no longer has to worry about bowing and cracking walls in her home. She now has stable basement walls.
Colin R. of Bonne Terre, Missouri noticed that the walls in his home's basement were cracking and bowing. He did not want the problem to continue to get worse or cause a safety hazard, so he called Woods Basement Systems.
Design specialist Brian H. assessed the situation and decided the best option was to install a few PowerBraces and Wall Anchors. Foreman Jeremy R. then traveled to the home to start the job. Wall anchors, pictured above, are made of steel and extend from the inside walls of the basement to the hard packed soil outside. They help stabilize and prevent further movement of the walls.
Colin R. no longer has to worry about his home's walls bowing and cracking. He now has safe and stable basement walls.
This homeowner wanted to use her basement as extra living space, but she noticed that before she could finish the basement, she needed to fix the failing walls. Team Woods arrived at her Saint Charles, Missouri home to investigate the troubled walls. Geo-Lock wall anchors were installed to bring back the stability to the wall by preventing the walls from moving and shifting.
This Pevely, Missouri homeowner was very concerned with the state of her concrete-block basement walls. Over the years, they had become riddled with large cracks and had begun to bow inward. She was worried that, if left unaddressed, the walls may collapse. To support these walls and prevent any more damage, a Woods Basement Systems team affixed several PowerBrace supports to the wall. These galvanized steel I-beams are incredibly strong and totally prevent further movement.
Joe R. of Imperial, Missouri was concerned about the vertical, expanding cracks in his foundation wall. He attempted to fill in the cracks with an epoxi-injection, but the wall continued to move. Woods Basement Systems installed the PowerBrace Wall Repair System in the customer's home and now the wall is permanently stabilized.
Walls can shift and bow over time. That’s why Steve T called Woods Basement Systems when he noticed his basement walls were bowing. System Design Specialist Jeremy R was able to come up with a solution to the problem.
Foreman Jeremy R installed a GeoLock Wall Anchor, shown above, in Steve’s basement. The first part of the system attaches to the wall and the second attaches to stable soil away from the house. This will pull the walls back to where they are supposed to be.