Justin is a professional Service Technician at Connecticut Basement Systems who is an exemplary employee to this company. Prior to joining our team, Justin worked as a stair builder for 10 years. With his experience helping homeowners, he was a perfect fit for this position. Justin likes helping customers every day and feels like he is a part of a team. In his spare time, Justin is a Volunteer Firefighter and loves spending time with his family. Justin lives in Ansonia with his wife and three kids.
This Stamford home had water damage on the walls due to water seepage. The walls were then becoming moldy and this concerned the homeowner. Wanting a solution, she decided to call Connecticut Basement Systems.
The solution for this basement was to install EverLast Finished Wall Restoration System to the basement area. The lower section of the basement wall would be replaced and will prevent mold and moisture from growing. These panels are framed with steel studs, insulated with waterproof rigid foam and finished with vinyl-faced cement and PVC molding. Not only is this product effective, but it looks great in a basement. This is the solution this homeowner was looking for and was pleased with the results!
Before, this Trumbull home had its window space blocked off. Not only did this look unappealing, but drafts were causing the area to become uncomfortable. The homeowner wanted to upgrade his windows to be energy efficient and to let in a lot of natural light.
The solution to this problem was to install our EverLast windows. Our windows are superior to competitors because it is built with reinforced vinyl frames that will not rust or rot and have double-pane glass to help prevent heat loss which makes it energy efficient. Not only are these windows practical for any home but they also let in a lot of natural light that will brighten the area. This is exactly what the homeowner had wanted and was pleased with the results!
This Waterbury home had scheduled a maintenance to be done to the TripleSafe sump pump. Normally, a maintenance is to be scheduled every year but it had been 2 years since the last one was done and it clearly showed.
The primary pump was destroyed with iron due to the lack of maintenance, which you can see in the before photo. After this discovery, the Service Technician highly recommended having this system maintenance every 6 months. Thankfully, this home had a TripleSafe sump pump so the secondary pump was able to keep the basement dry. The service tech had to replace the primary pump and you can clearly see the difference! The moral of this before and after is to make sure you schedule your annual maintenance!
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