Sam is a professional Service Technician with Connecticut Basement Systems. As a certified waterproofing professional, he has been with the company over 15 years, and is a great asset to our team. He provides superior customer service with a smile, loves to help homeowners, and enjoys the challenge of solving their problems. Sam is married with 6 children and loves to travel and sports as well.
This Stamford home had windows that were clearly insufficient. The windows could not let in any light because of the overgrown grass. Not only did the basement lack natural light, but it also let in a lot of moisture and air that made the area uncomfortable. The homeowner wanted a solution so he decided to call Connecticut Basement System.
The solution for this basement was to install EverLast windows paired with a SunHouse window well. The EverLast window has a durable vinyl frame that will not rust, rot, corrode, or need to be repainted. These windows will also prevent heat loss with its Low-E double-paned glass panes. Basement windows are usually located below ground just like this Stamford one. Dirt, debris, water, pests and even plants that take root in the well’s dirt floor would block the beautiful new EverLast window. A SunHouse window well was installed to prevent any disturbances and will also let in lots of sunlight into the basement with the well’s light color and curved form.
The difference is incredible and the homeowner was very happy with the results. Now, his basement is more comfortable and the area is brighter and more inviting!
Sam arrived at this Weston home to perform an annual maintenance on the homeowner's SuperSump Pump system. An annual maintenance includes: checking the pump operation – float switch, intake, check valve and impeller, cleaning the sump pump liner of silt and sediment, changing the batteries in the WaterWatch alarm and identifying any other potential problems. This specific maintenance, everything seemed to be in working condition, only finding some sediment in the system. Sam cleaned it out and now looks as good as new! The homeowner was very happy with the maintenance and we were happy that the homeowner was diligent in scheduling her annual maintenance as it is so important to with every system!
Before, this existing customer had our sump pump that needed to be serviced. It is a general rule that your sump pump should be serviced for maintenance every year. This particular homeowner does a very good job scheduling his service appointment every year, which is why his basement has been dry for years. In just a year, the sump was filled with debris and iron that could potentially clog important breathing holes in the sump pump. This is why it is important to annually have your system maintained. Service Tech Sam Bullock was able to clean out the system and assure that all parts were working correctly. Just look at the after photo, this is how the system should look like to work efficiently.
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