"Polite, courteous, taking the proper steps to protect the pathway area. Completing work in the time which was projected"
Polite, courteous, taking the proper steps to protect the pathway area. Completing work in the time which was projected
"Bob did an excellent review of our crawl space, made two or three recommendations and spelled what we needed and the overall..."
Bob did an excellent review of our crawl space, made two or three recommendations and spelled what we needed and the overall cost of the project.
"I liked that the boss visited the work site...Quality and crew morale stays high when the boss stays in touch."
I liked that the boss visited the work site...Quality and crew morale stays high when the boss stays in touch.
"Troy Miller did a great job!"
Troy Miller did a great job!
"Incredibly mature and honest."
Incredibly mature and honest.
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Bob has a diverse technical background as a field service engineer and has worked in the home improvement industry since 2007. He has inspected hundreds of below-grade spaces and relishes the opportunity to solve water problems for frustrated homeowners.
Bob earned the highly esteemed “Certified Waterproofing Professional” designation through the Basement Systems International Network of Waterproofing Contractors. In addition, he has degrees in both electronics technology and business management.
“One of the best parts of my job is getting to know customers and earning their trust,” Bob says. “I want to do the right thing for them – and I train all of our project managers to do the same for the families they serve.”
A lifelong resident of the Lansing, Michigan area, Bob currently lives in Mason, Michigan. He has traveled extensively, including working in 32 countries. He speaks German, formerly served in the U.S. Army, and holds an FCC license to operate high-wattage radio equipment. Bob’s favorite leisure activities are woodworking, tennis and collecting Lionel trains.
To keep the water out, this homeowner had Basement System's SunHouse window wells installed. The SunHouse lids will keep debris from piling up inside the well and allow the outside light to shine in.
We had been in talks with the owners of this University property since last December. After months of passing the proposal up the chain, the job was finally approved. The main concern was the regular leaking of the basement walls. For any basement waterproofing, one of the key aspects is a sump pump system. The hole shown in the before photo is an open sump that was installed in the home previously. It wasn’t able to keep up with the heavy water load that was regularly flowing into the home. After talks with one of the system design specialist, the owners decided on one of our most reliable sump pump systems, the SuperSump.
Seen in the after photo, the SuperSump is capable of discharging over 2,000 gallons of water per hour and has an optional backup pump that will keep water out even if the power goes out. Also, unlike the previous sump, the SuperSump comes equipped with a lid to keep out any type of debris that could clog the system. With the SuperSump and several other waterproofing products included in this installation, this basement won’t have to worry about leaking walls again.
WaterGuard is a full perimeter drainage system that captures water and transports it to the sump pump before it can gain access to any of your personal items. Once the topcoat of concrete drys, the basement floor will look as good as new!