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Steve has over 30 years of sales experience and a passion for helping his customers. Prior to joining Connecticut Basement Systems, Steve started his career as a mason’s helper, pouring foundations. With this knowledge, Steve is able to bring a great perspective of helping his customers solve their basement problems. Steve was also a Financial Advisor in the finance industry for 20 years.
With this professional experience, Connecticut Basement Systems saw what an asset Steve would be to the company and brought him on board. Steve brings a focused, intelligent approach to each job he is involved with and is a true professional.
Steve has been thoroughly trained and has earned the highly esteemed title “Certified Waterproofing Professional” through the Basement Systems International Waterproofing Contractor Network. He is a trusted member of Connecticut Basement Systems and upholds the high standards of the company.
Connecticut Basement Systems is the exclusive regional dealer and the International Headquarters for the Basement Systems International Waterproofing Contractor Network. A group of more than 350 of the best contractors in the world has exclusive access to patented products and comprehensive training.
Steve enjoys meeting with homeowners and helping them solve their basement water issues, enabling them to get more out of their homes. Steve lives in Seymour, CT and in his spare time enjoys golf, soccer and football.
Before, this Milford home had inadequate flooring in the basement. Inadequate tile flooring (like this basement use to have) can cause for cold and uncomfortable underfoot. The cause of this problem is that there is no thermal break protecting the basement from the environment. The homeowner wanted to be comfortable in his own basement and decided to work with the experts at Connecticut Basement Systems.
The solution was to install ThermalDry Floor beige tiles. One of the great benefits of this product is that there is a thermal barrier that makes the flooring 8-10 degrees warmer compared to traditional tile. These tiles are also attractive in any basement and are mold and water resistant. This is exactly what the homeowner wanted and was pleased with his transformed basement!