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"Everything went well, and if I could, I would rate the service a 10."
Everything went well, and if I could, I would rate the service a 10.
"The only problem was the truck breaking down on the way to our home. So they were delayed by a day. Once they were here they..."
The only problem was the truck breaking down on the way to our home. So they were delayed by a day. Once they were here they did a wonderful job!!!!!!!!!!!
"Service was good for the most part. Could have been a little bit better."
Service was good for the most part. Could have been a little bit better.
"Great work! Excellent service!"
Great work! Excellent service!
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Certified Waterproofing Professional
Certified Foundation Specialist
Nolan has an extensive understanding of home construction and the foundation repair industry. His expertise in problem solving in these areas serve him well as an experienced, responsible basement waterproofing and foundation repair professional.
Job site experience and hands on training has given Nolan a unique and genuine understanding of basement environments and how to solve basement and foundation problems. He has consulted with numerous homeowners and has designed effective solutions for every one of them. Nolan understands the importance of doing the job right the first time and takes responsibility for every job with which he is involved. He is a trusted and valued member of Woods Basement systems, Inc. team.
Nolan enjoys meeting with homeowners to help them solve their basement problems, enabling them to get more value out of their homes. Nolan was a standout area athlete, drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in 2009. He enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family and friends.
Ralph M. of Tilton, Illinois was troubled by his wet, musty crawlspace. The mold in his crawlspace was an allergen. To make his home healthy again, system design specialist Nolan M, designed a solution.
Foreman James L. installed the CleanSpace crawlspace encapsulation system. CleanSpace prevents water from entering the crawlspace. Because it is inorganic, it does not support mold growth. Ralph is happy to have a healthy home free of mold.
Bradford R. had to clean up messes from water seeping into the basement of his Mattoon, IL home every time it rained. Water damage had made his foundation walls and floors an eyesore and created the perfect environment for mold so he called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended installing a basement waterproofing system.
Woods installed a Twin Pack as part of the waterproofing system. The Twin Pack contains two high powered cast-iron pumps that will keep the basement dry by pumping encroaching water out and away from the basement, even in heavy downpours.
Chad of Edinburg, Illinois wanted to clean his musty, dirty crawl space but didn't know where to start. Chad reached out to Woods Basement Systems to have a professional view the space. Foreman, Jesse C., and his crew got straight to work installing the new encapsulation system. Thanks to the crew, now this crawl space is back to a healthy state!
Jan G. or Sorento, Illinois had a leak in her basement, so she decided to call Woods Basement Systems for a solution. Systems design specialist, Nolan M. suggested installing a Twin Pack sump pump and WaterGuard.
Foreman, Mason S. installed the products. The Twin Pack pump includes two stainless steel pumps that work to protect your home against floods and leaks. WaterGuard is a perimeter drainage system used to collect water that has seeped through the basement walls. It then guides that water to the sump pump to fully remove it from the home.
Now Jan G. has a dry basement.
Peter R. of Springfield, IL had an old, rusted sump pump sitting in an open sump pit. The pump was no longer working properly and the flooding issues Peter thought he’d resolved were happening again so he called Woods Basement Systems.
Woods replaced the old, failing pump the TripleSafe Sump Pump System. The TripleSafe has three pumps that sit inside a closed sump liner: a primary, secondary and battery back up pump so that no matter how severe the weather gets or if the power goes out, Peter’s basement will stay dry.
Laurie and Kurt R. of Springfield, IL had a leaky crawlspace that was completely unusable for storage. They’d tried putting a plastic liner in the crawlspace before but it was flimsy and did nothing to keep water out of the crawlspace so they called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended a crawlspace encapsulation system.
Along the walls and floors of the crawlspace, Woods installed CleanSpace as part of the crawlspace encapsulation system. CleanSpace is a thick, durable plastic liner similar to a pool liner that is secured and sealed completely against the crawlspace walls and floors. It’s provides a moisture barrier that prevents encroaching water from entering the crawlspace, directing it instead down to the perimeter drainage system.
Kurt and Laurie R. of Springfield, IL had a completely unusable crawlspace. Water would leak in each time it rained and turn the dirt floors into a muddy mess and the standing water fostered mold growth so they called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended a crawlspace encapsulation system.
As part of the crawlspace encapsulation system, the SmartSump was installed (shown in the picture). The SmartSump liner was designed to form an airtight seal with the moisture barrier and contains a powerful, cast-iron pump to remove encroaching water out and away from the crawlspace. The SmartSump lid is also equipped with a WaterWatch alarm to alert the homeowner of possible plumbing leaks in the crawlspace.
Campbell Hill, Illinois homeowner Mark B. was distraught by his wet, moldy crawl space. Water leaked into the crawl space causing mold. The mold risked damaging his home's support system. System Design Specialist Nolan M. designed a solution.
CleanSpacen and SaniDry were installed. CleanSpace is an inorganic vapor barrier. It prevents water from entering the crawl space and does not support mold growth. SaniDry is an energy-efficient dehumidifier. Keeping the humidity low will prevent mold.
Sparta, Illinois homeowner Tom needed his front entrance leveled. It was not only a trip hazard but was causing wet feet during the rain. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Nolan developed a plan for him.
Foreman Matt and his crew injected the PolyLevel system for Tom. The PolyLevel is an eco-friendly expanding foam that will level the sidewalk. It will not wash out or cause future settling due to high weight. It also sets in just a few hours and does not have big injection holes.
Tom can now walk from his driveway to his home without fear of tripping or getting soaked.
Greg C. of Edwardsville, Illinois needed preventative waterproofing work done in his basement, so he decided to call Woods Basement Systems for help. Systems ddesign specialist, Nolan M. recommended installing a Twin pack sump pumpand WaterGuard.
Foreman, Greg H. installed the products. the Twin Pack sump pump has two stainless steel pump and can help protect your home against flooding or leaks. WaterGuard is installed in the perimeter of the basment floor and it helps to collect water that seeps through basement walls. Additionally, it takes that collected water and guides it to the sump pump to be removed from the home.
Now Greg C. has a watertight basement.
Louise F. of Collinsville, Illinois discovered that water was entering her home's basement. She did not want to have to clean up a mess after every heavy rain shower, so she called Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist Nolan M. assessed the situation and decided the best option was to install a WaterGuard drainage system, a BrightWall paneling system, and a Twin Pack sump pump. Foreman Mason S. then headed to the home to get the job started.
The WaterGuard drainage system, pictured above, was installed above the footing of the basement. After its installation, the system is covered with concrete. It collects any water rising from the ground before it reaches the surface of the basement. The WaterGuard then drains the water to the sump pump.
Louise F. is happy that she no longer has to worry about her home's basement collecting water. She now has a dry and waterproof home.
Louise F. of Collinsville, Illinois noticed that her home's basement was collecting water after every heavy rain storm. She did not want to have to keep cleaning up a mess, so she called Woods Basement Systems.
Design specialist Nolan M. assessed the situation and decided the best option was to install a Waterguard drainage system, a BrightWall paneling system, and a Twin Pack sump pump. Foreman Mason S. then headed to the home to start the job.
The Twin Pack sump pump, pictured above, is equipped with a primary and secondary pump. If the primary pump goes out for whatever reason, the secondary pump kicks in and get the job done. The sump pump removes water from the basement through a discharge line.
Louise F. no longer has to worry about water entering her home's basement. Her home is now waterproof and dry.
Homeowner, Kellen W. of Belleville, IL noticed a musty smell along with uneven floors in her crawl space. She did not know for sure why this was occurring so she gave Woods Basement Systems a call. Our system design specialist Nolan M. headed out to Belleville to do an inspection on the home and create a design that would resolve the issue. During the inspection, he discovered that the smell and uneven floors were due to standing water in the crawlspace of her home.
Foreman, Joshua B. did a CleanSpace encapsulation system installation. Many homeowners do not know exactly what is going on in their crawlspace. The air in the crawlspace is damp. If there is mold growing, it causes the dust and dirt to travel in the upper level of the home. The CleanSpace crawlspace encapsulation system prevents water from leaking which reduces moisture and prevent mold. With this system, the air of Kellen W. home is safe and allergen-free.
Kellen W. of Belleville, Illinois discovered that his home's crawl space was holding water. He knew that standing water could cause mold growth and rotting, and there was already a musty smell in his home because of it. He decided to call Woods Basement Systems for assistance.
Design specialist Nolan M. assessed the situation and decided that the best solution was to install a CleanSpace encapsulation system, a SmartPipe drainage system, a SmartSump sump pump, and a Sanidry Sedona dehumidifier. Foreman Joshua B. then traveled to the home to get the job started.
The CleanSpace encapsulation system, pictured above, is a durable liner that is placed on the floor and up the walls of the crawl space. It acts as a vapor barrier and completely seals the crawl space from the ground below.
Kellen W. no longer has to worry about water coming up from the ground and flooding his home's crawl space. He now has a dry and waterproof crawl space.
Steven wanted to do some preventative waterproofing and finish his basement, so he called woods Basement Systems for help. Systems design specialist, Nolan M. found a solution and recommended installing a TripleSafe pump, WaterGuard and EverLast insulated walls.
Foreman, Mason S., installed the products. The TripleSafe pump is a three in one system that guarantees to keep your home dry with its primary pump, secondary pump, and a battery-powered backup pump. The WaterGuard is used to guide water that seeps through basement walls to the sump pump in order for the water to be removed from the home. it is installed in the perimeter if a basement or crawl space floor. Additionally, EverLast insulated walls were installed to create a finished look and conceal other products.
Now, Steven W. has a beautiful, watertight basement.
Tom and Arlene S. of Franklin, Illinois were distraught when they discovered horizontal cracks in their block foundation. Cracks not only allow water into the basement, but they are a structural concern. System Design Specialist Nolan M. inspected the foundation and determined the walls were bowing. He designed a solution to restore the walls.
Dillon L., Foreman, installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. These anchors are installed into undisturbed soil to ensure the walls are permanently supported. Geo-Lock is made of galvanized steel, so it won't rust. They anchors secure the wall and help move it to its original position.
Tom and Arlene can live comfortably in their home knowing their foundation is safe.
These homeowners in Woodriver, IL had the TripleSafe Sump Pump installed in their basement to help protect from basement flooding. The sump pump is also equipped with a battery backup to ensure the pump still protects in times of power outages.
Steve was looking to close on a home in Red Bud, Illinois. Before he could close, he had to find out if the wall damage in the basement was structural or cosmetic. He gave Woods Basement Systems a call. System Design Specialist Nolan M. determined the damage was structural bowing causing the cracks and developed a plan to solve the problem.
Foreman Mason S. and his crew installed Geo-Lock Wall Anchors to pull the wall back to its original position. Bowing walls are caused by the Earth and water around your home wanting to fill the hole that is your basement. Geo-Lock Wall Anchors use the Earth behind the active soil line to pull the wall back. A steel rod is driven through the wall into the soil. In the soil it is anchored to a steel anchor plate. On the interior a large steel anchor plate is used to distribute the pressure across a larger area. By tightening the rods slowly overtime, the cracks in the wall will close.
With the Wall Anchors in place, Steve was able to close on the home and become a homeowner in Red Bud.
Richard C. of Granite City, IL had water coming in his basement where the foundation wall met the floor. He contacted Woods Basement Systems to have a free evaluation.
Specialist Nolan M. determined that the WaterGuard waterproofing system was the best solution. One obstable he faced was the basement stairs, but he was able to customize the solution for Richard.
Foreman Brad P. and his crew were able to remove the bottom two stairs, place the WaterGuard in the floor, and replace the bottom two stairs once the concrete was dry.
Richard can now enjoy a fully waterproofed basement and store his valuables with peace of mind.
Paul from Granite City, Illinois had a cracked, bowed in foundation wall, so he decided to call Woods Basement Systems. Systems design specialist, Nolan M., recommended the installation of a Geo-Lock Anchor.
Foreman, Jeremy R., installed the product. The Geo-Lock Anchor is made of galvanized steel so is will not succumb to rust over time. The anchor is placed in the ground about 12 feet away from the home and is connected with steel rods. During dry seasons, the anchors can be tightened to restore a wall back to its original position.
Now, Paul M. can sleep easy, knowing he has a stable foundation.
Donna A. of Alton, Illinois discovered that water was seeping up from the flooring in her home's basement. She did not want to have to worry about cleaning up a mess after every heavy rain shower, so she called Woods Basement Systems for help.
Design specialist Nolan M. assessed the situation and decided that the best option would be to install a Waterguard drainage system. Foreman Mason S. then traveled to the home to get the project started. The Waterguard drainage system, pictured above, was placed above the footing of the basement. After it was installed, it was covered with concrete. The Waterguard collects any water rising from the ground before it reaches the surface of the basement floor. It then drains the water to the sump pump.
Donna A. no longer has to worry about her basement flooding every time it storms. She now has a dry and waterproof home.
Jess and Grant B. of Jacksonville, Illinois had water leaking into their basement, so they decided to call Woods Basement Systems for help. Systems design specialist, Nolan M. was able to find a solution and recommended installing a Twin Pack sump pump and WaterGuard.
Foreman, Donald A. installed the products. The Twin Pack sump pump includes two stainless steel pump to protect your home against leaks and floors all year round. WaterGuard is installed in the perimeter of the basement floor and it works to collect water that seeps through basemetn walls. It then takes that collected water and guides it to the sump pump to be removed form the home.
Now Jess and Grant B. have a dry basement.
Deb of St. Louis, Missouri wanted to repair the water damage in her basement and prevent any further damage to her home, so she decided to give Woods Basement Systems a call. She spoke with system design specialist, Nolan M., who recommended a WaterGuard and CleanSpace system to ensure no further damage could be done to her home.
Team Woods got straight to work installing the new waterproofing products with Melvin F. leading the group. The WaterGuard draining system will be installed around the perimeter of the room to collect all water that enters in the home and directs that water to the sump pump. Th CleanSpace system installed on the wall will seals the wall from leaking water, which prevents mold build-up.
Thanks to the crew, Deb couldn't be happier with how her new space looks!
Tonia R. of Olivette, MO had a major water problem. Water would leak into her basement every time it rained which caused rust stains on her walls and fostered mold growth so she called Woods Basement Systems. Woods recommended installing a waterproofing system.
As part of the waterproofing system. Woods installed BrightWall panels. BrightWall panels are made of rigid, white plastic that is resistant to mold and waterproof so it forms a vapor barrier over the foundation walls and directs moisture to the drainage system below. As seen in the picture, it also gives the basement a much brighter and cleaner appearance.
Water leaking into a basement can mean major clean up. Toni R. of Olivette, MO knew this all too well. Water would leak into her basement each time it rained, staining the walls and causing mold growth so she called Woods Basement Systems. Woods found the best solution for her water problem would be a basement waterproofing system.
WaterGuard was installed as part of the waterproofing system. As shown in the pictures, WaterGuard is installed under the concrete floors along the perimeter of the basement. It is situated away from the “mud zone,” so it won’t get clogged as it collects water from the foundation walls and floors and takes it to the sump pump for removal.
Imperial, Missouri homeowner Regina noticed her basement walls changing. She gave Woods Basement Systems a call and System Design Specialist Nolan developed a plan for her.
Foreman Greg and his crew installed the PowerBrace System for Regina. The PowerBraces are steel I-Beams that are installed by anchoring in the floor and on the Rim Joist. By doing this they can give the wall the extra support it needs to remain straight.
Regina can now use her basement without worry!
Brenda P. of Ballwin, MO contacted Woods Basement Systems for a free estimate on a sump pump due to excess water around the foundation of her home.
Specialist Nolan M. determined a TripleSafe sump pump with the IceGuard and an exterior discharge line would be the best solution.
Foreman Ryan L. and his crew installed the TripleSafe, equipped with a primary and secondary pump as well as a battery backup, in case of primary pump failure or power outage. They also installed an IceGuard providing an outlet for water should the discharge line ever clog or freeze.
Brenda's home is now triple protected with a sump pump.
O'Fallon, Missouri residents Joan and Rick B. were troubled by water leaking into their basement where the floor meets the wall. The water seepage caused a concern for mold and damage.
System desing specialist Nolan M. designed a solution to keep the basement dry. Foreman Juan H. and his team installed WaterGuard, a perimeter drainage system. WaterGuard collects the water and guides it away from the basement. Joan and Rick can now enjoy their dry basement with no worries about mold and damage.
This Troy, Missouri home had massive amounts of water that would leak into the basement. This space was used primarily for storage, so the homeowner wanted to take action quickly to ensure that his home and possessions were safe. Team Woods fixed this issue by installing WaterGuard drains throughout the basement. WaterGuard drains are installed in the footing of the basement to collect all water that leaks in and sends the water to the sump pump.
James and Tina of O'Fallon, Illinois experienced their driveway sinking lower than the garage, so they called Woods Basement Systems for a solution. Systems design specialist, Nolan M. recommended installing PolyLevel.
Foreman, Matthew R. installed the product. PolyLevel is a foam-like polyurethane formula that works to permanently lift and stabilize sinking concrete slabs. First small, dime-sized holes are drilled into the sinking slabs, then the polymer is injected into the void. The holes are then covered with cement.
Now James and Tina S. have a safe driveway.