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Adam has an extensive understanding of the waterproofing repair industry. In addition, he has five years of experience in the insurance industry working with homeowners to protect their assests as well as assessing their structural claims. His expertise in problem solving in these areas serves him well as an experienced, responsible basement waterproofing professional.
Adam is motivated and personable. Job site experience as well as hands on training has given Adam a unique and genuine understanding of how to solve basement issue problems. He has consulted with numerous homeowners and has designed effective solutions for every one of them. Adam has a creative initiative and is passionately committed to an excellence that exceeds expectations. He is trusted and valued as a member of Woods Basement Systems, Inc.
Adam enjoys meeting with homeowners to help them solve their basement problems and enabling them to get more value out of their homes. In his free time, he enjoys his family time, playing guitar, exercising regularly, fly fishing, and golfing.
Homeowner David O. of Saint Thomas, Missouri was worried about his wet basement. After a heavy rain, water would leak through the floor/wall joint. He called Woods Basement Systems to install a solution to keep the water out of the home. Once WaterGuard and TripleSafe were installed, the basement was dry for years to come.
This Cuba, Missouri home's floors were sinking above its dirt-floor crawl space. Over the years, the space's makeshift cinder block supports had begun to fail under the weight of the home, and something stronger was necessary. A Woods Basement Systems team installed several Smart Jack supports underneath the floor joists to keep the floors leveled and secured. These jacks are capable of holding 60,000 pounds each, more than enough for the average home.
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
Visible cracking in foundation walls is often a sign of high pressure coming from the surrounding soil. This can lead to all sorts of problems like water leaks, bowing, or even total wall collapse. It is important to address cracking walls early to avoid further, costly damage in the future. This Jonesburg, MO homeowner called Woods Basement Systems to do just that. A Woods team installed 4 GeoLock wall anchors to make the wall level and support it for the life of the home.
In Belgrade, Missouri homeowner Jenny G. was having problems with water entering her basement. Every time it would rain, she would have to check the basement to see if the cracks and spots where the floor meets the wall for water. The items stored in her basement were always at risk of becoming damaged or destroyed, and she was worried about the well-being of her home. After years of cleaning the basement up, she finally decided to call Woods Basement Systems.
Here at Woods, we have several items patented to keep your basement dry – year round. In Jenny’s basement, they installed our WaterGuard system. WaterGuard is our interior drainage system, it is installed around the perimeter of the basement, collecting water as it enters the home before it could reach the floor. This will protect the items that Jenny has stored in her basement, as well as keep her home safe and dry for years to come.
Nate of Troy, Missouri needed some preventative waterproofing work done so he called Woods Basement Systems for help. Systems design specialist, Adam R. recommended installing a Twin Pack sump pump and WaterGuard.
Foreman, Melvin F. installed the products. The Twin Pack sump pump had two stainless steel pumps for double protection and they are installed at different heights to combat against flooding and leaks. The WaterGuard is placed in the perimeter if the basement floor and it workds to collect water that seeps through basement walls and guide it to the sump pump. Once at the sump pump, the water can be reomved from the home.
Now Nate F. has a watertight basement.
Water leaks and closets do not usually mix. Moisture wreaks havoc on clothes and valuables, rendering the space useless. This Eolia, Missouri homeowner was facing these exact issues, as water would stream into his basement closet whenever it rained. In order to waterproof the space, a Woods Basement Systems team installed a TripleSafe sump pump. The TripleSafe is equipped with three separate pumps and is capable of removing over 10,000 gallons of water per hour.
Severe cracking in the exterior brickwork of a home is often a telltale sign of foundation settlement, and the longer the problem goes unsolved, the worse that cracking will get; this was the case in this Wentzville, Missouri home. The homeowner had noticed cracking for several years, and was finally ready to tackle the issue. A Woods Basement Systems team installed several Push Piers, galvanized steel beams, underneath the foundation that were then adjusted to lift it back to level and support it for the life of the structure.
The sump pump is the most important part of any basement waterproofing system. If the sump pump isn't up to snuff, then water will be a problem. A good, efficient sump pump makes all the difference, and the king of them all is the TripleSafe sump pump. Equipped with three independently operating pumps, one of which is a battery backup, the TripleSafe is capable of removing well over 10,000 gallons of water per hour at an 8 foot head. This Wentzville, Missouri homeowner took this into account and replaced her old, inefficient sump pump with a TripleSafe and she couldn't be happier!
Daren of Defiance, Missouri noticed cracking and movement on the inside and outside of his home. To solve this foundation settlement issue, Team Woods installed push piers into the footing of the foundation to reinforce the shifting foundation.
A push pier system will work as the solution to Daren's foundation settlement to prevent further settling by lifting and locking the foundation into a stable position. Daren now can get back to enjoying his home knowing that it is safe and durable for many more years to come!
Mauri and Michael C. of Lake St. Louis, Missouri were troubled by their old waterproofing system. The old sump pump was unreliable and its openness allowed moisture to enter their basement. System design specialist Adam R. designed a solution to keep their basement dry.
Foreman Jose L. installed the TwinPack sump pump system. TwinPack is equipped with two pumps to ensure the basement stays dry. It is sealed closed, so water and moisture cannot escape into the basement. Mauri and Michael can now enjoy their dry, comfortable basement worry-free.
This Creve Couer, Missouri homeowner elected to finish her basement before waterproofing it. It took less than a month for her to regret that decision, as water began to come out onto the floor from behind the drywall. The moisture had badly damaged some electronics and several pieces of furniture, and she knew that it would only get worse if it was ignored.
In order to waterproof the space, a Woods Basement Systems team first had to cut away the bottom half of the drywall and rip up the flooring to gain access to the foundation. After this, a WaterGuard drainage system was installed. These gutter-like drains are put in place underneath the floor at the base of the leaking walls to catch any and all water. The homeowner's basement is now protected, but she could have avoided a lot of extra work and expense if she had just waterproofed before finishing.
Water will find the path of least resistance to get into the basement so any weaknesses in the foundation of a home can allow for major leaks. Tom L. of Saint Charles, MO had large cracks in his foundation walls that leaked water into his basement and created messes so Tom called Woods Basement Systems for a free assessment. Woods recommended installing basement waterproofing system alongside a wall support system.
As part of that system, Woods installed the WaterGuard drainage system under the cement floors along the perimeter of the basement, as seen in the picture. WaterGuard is installed on top of the concrete footing of the home so it will remain free of clogging mud and debris. It collects water from the foundation walls and floors using its wall flanges and channel holes and directs it to the sump pump for removal
The foundation walls of Tom L.’s Saint Charles, MO home had cracks. Water leaked in from both the cracks and the wall joints and threatened the finished parts of his basement as well as created a mess so Tom L. called Woods Basement Systems. Along with a wall support system, Woods recommended installing a basement waterproofing system.
As part of that waterproofing system, Woods installed the Twin Pack to remove water from the basement through its discharge lines. The Twin Pack contains two powerful cast-iron pumps that sit at different levels within the sump liner. This means that the Twin Pack can keep the basement dry in a range of weather conditions from light showers to heavy downpours.
Thomas Y. of St. Charles, Missouri noticed that his home's basement was collecting water. He did not want to have to clean up a mess after every heavy rain shower, so he called Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist Adam R. assessed the situation and decided the best option was to install a Twin Pack sump pump and a Waterguard drainage system. Foreman Melvin F. traveled to the home to install the waterproofing products.
The Waterguard drainage system, pictured above, was placed above the footing of the basement and was then covered with concrete. It collects any water coming up from the ground before it reaches the surface of the basement. It then drains the water to the sump pump.
Paul T. of St. Charles, Missouri had a leak in his basement, so he cal Woods Basement Systems for a solution. Systems design specialist, Adam R. recommended installing a Twin Pack sump pump and WaterGuard.
Foreman, Greg H. installed the products. The Twin Pack sump pump has two stainless steel pumps which guarantee to protect your home from leaks and floods. WaterGuard is a perimeter basement waterproofing system. It goes around the entire basement and it works to collect water that has seeped through the walls. It then takes that water and guides it to the sump pump to be pumped out of the home.
Now Paul T. has a watertight basement.
This unstable basement wall needed to be straightened and aligned due to settlement. To solve this issue, Team Woods installed PowerBrace beams onto the wall to permanently lock the wall back into a safe position.
This homeowner's basement window was constantly filling with mud and rain water, this allowed water to leak into the basement. We resolved the issue by digging out the existing window well and replacing it with the SunHouse basement window enclosure. This after photo is showing the new window enclosure before we filled in the landscaping and capped the well with a clear cover. The SunHouse enclosure that will keep the well from ever filling with water and mud again.
The SunHouse window well has beautified the Fenton, Missouri home of Rick F. After waterproofing his basement, foreman Michael P. installed the Sunhouse window well to beautify Rick's home and direct sunlight to through the basement window.
Fenton, Missouri resident MaryJane A. was concerned about her bowing foundation walls. The walls began to bow in due to high water pressure in the soil.
System design specialist Adam R. designed a solution to ease MaryJane's concerns about her foundation. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors were installed by foreman Todd W. Geo-Lock is a permanent solution to stabilize the walls and support the foundation.
Corey from Fenton, Missouri needed a solution to stop cracking in his foundation on all levels of his house. These cracks had only worsened over time, so he knew he needed to find a permanent solution before the repairs became even more costly. Corey scheduled an appointment with Woods Basement Systems to see what repairs could be done to restore his settled, cracked foundation. System design specialist, Adam R., advised using push piers to lift and restore the home's foundation.
Push piers can be used inside or outside of the home and are "pushed" through a bracket system in the footing of the foundation. These piers lock and lift the house up and into its original position. Jose L. was the head foreman of this project who led the team of installers to finish the job quickly and efficiently. With the help of push piers, cracking had stopped developing, and the home was restored.
David H. of Imperial, Missouri needed some preventative waterproofing work done to his basement, so he called Woods Basement Systems for a solution. Systems design specialist, Adam R. recommended installing a Twin Pack sump pump and WaterGuard.
Foreman, Melvin F. installed the products. The Twin Pack sump pump has two stainless steel pumps that work to help protect your home against leaks and floods. WaterGuard is installed around the perimeter of a basement floor and it is used to collect water that seeps through basement walls. It then takes that water and guides it to the sump pump to be removed from the home.
Now David H. has a safe, dry basement.
Soil pressure had severely damaged the block walls of Gene H.’s rental property in Maryland Heights. They were bowing inward to an alarming degree so he called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended Geo-Lock Channel Wall Anchors.
Geo-Lock Channel Wall Anchors are used when damage to the walls is very severe and they need to be straightened immediately to return structural integrity to the home. Woods removed soil from the outside of the wall to relieve the pressure as they connected long channel wall plates to earth anchors buried in the yard with steel anchor rods. The anchor rods were tightened to straighten the wall back to a more sound position and permanently stabilize the foundation walls. Geo-Lock Channel Anchors also prevent any future damage, like bowing and cracking, to the walls.
This Festus, Missouri basement was plagued with leaks. Water would make its way into the basement whenever it rained, and the severity varied with the amount of rainfall. The homeowner was sick and tired of dealing with the constant cleanups, so she called Woods Basement Systems for help. Among other things, a Woods team installed under-floor WaterGuard drains at the base of the leaking walls to catch leaks and prevent them from getting into the space.
This Farmington, Missouri home's basement was plagued with water leaks whenever it rained. The leaks were so severe that the basement often flooded, damaging furniture and other valuables. In order to waterproof the space, a Woods Basement Systems team first installed WaterGuard drains underneath the flooring at the base of the leaking walls to catch any water and prevent it from making it onto the floor. After this, a CleanSpace vapor barrier was put in place to cover the walls and seal out moisture.
John O. had an old sump pump sitting in an open pit. The open put posed a hazard in the basement as well as allowed water to evaporate into the air and raise the humidity in the basement. The old plastic pump had burnt out and left the basement unprotected, letting leaks make a mess in John’s basement so he called Woods Basement Systems. Woods inspected the basement and recommended replacing the sump pump as part of a new waterproofing system.
Woods replaced the burnt out old pump with the TripleSafe. The TripleSafe contains two powerful cast-iron pumps and a battery back up pump pump in its sump liner that features an airtight sealed lid. It offers multiple levels of protection against severe weather, even thunderstorms that cause power outages.
Craig L. of Florissant, Missouri had water leaking into his basement, so he called Woods Basement Systems for a solution. Systems design specialist, Adam R. recommended installing a tripleSafe sump pump and WaterGuard.
Foreman, Tyler S. installed the products. The TripleSafe sump pump is guaranteed to keep your home dry with its primary pump, secondary pump, and a battery-powered backup pump. WaterGuard is set in the perimeter of the basement floor. It works to collect water that has seeped through the basement walls and guides it to the sump pump to be pumped out and away from the home.
Now Craig L. has a watertight home.
This Carrollton, Illinois basement needed a sump pump to keep water out of the home. To solve this issue, Team Woods installed a new TwinPack sump pump that will ensure all water is discarded out of the home. Here you can see the brand new pump!
After years of water damage accumulating in this Carrollton, Illinois basement, this homeowner decided to permenately stop this reoccuring issue. Two of the main waterproofing products used were CleanSpace and WaterGuard.
These two products work together to keep water out of the basement, which will prevent any further water damage from concentrating.
Sharon S., St. Louis, Missouri homeowner, was troubled by her musty, moldy crawlspace. The mold was an allergen and caused her home's air to be unhealthy. System design specialist Adam R. designed a solution to keep her crawlspace dry.
CleanSpace was installed by foreman James L. CleanSpace is an inorganic vapor barrier that keeps water out of the crawlspace. Because it is inorganic, it does not support mold growth. Sharon is thrilled to have a dry crawlspace and a healthy home.