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Brian has been a part of the Northern Basement System's family since 2017. Prior to his position here as System Design Specialist, he worked 9 years in the concrete industry, and a total of 18 years of experince in the construction industry. Brian’s daily responsibilities includes meeting with homeowners, designing solutions to repair and waterproof their basements and crawl spaces. He likes being able to have the opportunity to help customers improve their homes with the help of Northern Basement Systems. On Brian’s free time he enjoys hunting, fishing, and skiing with his family.
Alstead, New Hampshire homeowner water resembling a stream traveling in one side of their basement and out the opposite side and to their pond, this caused serious moisture damage and health concerns for the family. Northern Basement Systems installed several systems to ensure this space stays dry for years to come!
The team also laid crushed stone in the crawlspace to regrade the floor allow for water flow. Next, the specialists encapsulated the crawlspace area using the CleanSpace Wall System, CleanSpace Drainage Matting XL and CleanSpace Encapsulation System around the perimeter walls and floor. Additionally, the specialists installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier and insulated the floor joist area using RimJoist Insulation.
With all of these systems in place, the crawlspace is now more usable, dry and low in humidity to prevent mold. Call 855-DRY-TIME today to get a FREE ESTIMATE for your basement or crawlspace!
A camp owner was looking to control the moisture and cold air problem in their camp's crawlspace and a solution for old support posts. The current support posts were old logs and the owner was looking for something that would be of the strongest support for the crawlspace long term. They called and set up a FREE ESTIMATE with one of Matt's expert System Design Specialist. After the estimate, the System Design Specialist came up with a plan that would take care of all of the customer's needs. For the moisture and cold air issue, Matt's team set up a CrawlSpace Encapsulation System paired with a state-of-the-art Sedona SaniDry Dehumidifier and then sprayed insulation foam on all of the perimeter walls and rim joists. For the support beams, the team installed twelve Galvanized Steel SmartJacks.
A homeowner in Grantham, NH was tired of having water enter her basement. In search of a permanent solution to stop the water she reached out to Matt Clark's Northern Basement Sytems. Northern Basement Systems sent out one of their highly qualified System Design Specialist for a FREE ESTIMATE. After the estimate, a plan was set forth to stop the unwanted water from entering the basement. First, a Full Perimeter WaterGuard System was install. This will collect the water and divert it to the sump pumps. The basement was large and had enough water coming in for the need of two pumps. On the side of the basement where the most water was coming in NBS installed a state-of-the-art TripleSafe Sump Pump. On the other side they installed a SuperSump Pump. The pumps will take the water collected by the WaterGuard and take it out of the home down a discharge line far away from the home. Northern Basement System discharge lines are equipped with IceGuards. They will prevent any water from not getting out of the home due to freezing in the line. The homeowner now can enjoy a wonderful dry basement.
The apartment building in White River Junction, Vermont was wet. musty, and cold. The tenants were constantly complaining of the floors being very uncomfortable to walk on. To fix the problem and make it way more comfortable for the tenants the owner of the building made the right choice and contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems 1-855-DRY-TIME. The specialist went in and installed a Clean Space System. They then ran perforated pipes throughout the basement for drainage and installed the SuperSump System. They finished up the job with a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier.
The apartment building in White River Junction, Vermont was wet. musty, and cold. The tenants were constantly complaining about the floors being very uncomfortable to walk on. To fix the problem and make it way more comfortable for the tenants the owner of the building made the right choice and contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems 1-855-DRY-TIME. The specialist went in and installed a Clean Space System. They then ran perforated pipes throughout the basement for drainage and installed the SuperSump System. They finished up the job with a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier.
This customer in Thetford Center was concerned with the structure of their foundation and called Northern Basement Systems in to complete the repairs. The team installed three PowerBraces to repair and stabilize the foundation wall; straitening the wall over time.
Sometimes additoinal work needs to be done in order for it to be safe to start a project, such as encapsulating a CrawlSpace. This was the case for a homeowner in Northfield, VT One of her walls were failing in her crawl space. This was no problem for the pros at Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems. They removed the failing wall and poured new footing and built a new block wall.
Looking for a permanent solution for water in their basement, a homeowner in Northfield, Vermont, reached out to Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems. After a free estimate, a plan was set to take care of the water problem for good. Matt Clark's team of experts went in and installed CleanSpace Wall System, a full perimeter WaterGuard System and a TripleSafe Sump Pump. The homeowner now can enjoy a clean dry basement.
Every spring the homeowner in Lyme, New Hampshire would get water in their basement and it wouldn't start to go away until August. This made using the basement for anything a big inconvenience. Tired of not being able to use their space they contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems.
Matt sent out of his System Design Specialist for the customers FREE ESTIMATE. After doing the inspection the conclusion was made the best way to keep the customers basement permanently dry was to install a few different products. First Northern Basement Systems installed a CleanSpace Wall System. The CleanSpace Wall System uses a thick (20mil) white poly sheet material to completely cover basement foundation walls. CleanSpace is installed by fastening the material to the rim joist atop the foundation wall, and by installing press-fit plastic fasteners into the masonry. As part of your waterproofing system, it creates an effective moisture and vapor barrier. The wall covering forces all wall seepage and moisture to flow into your perimeter drain system. The white poly surface eliminates the need to paint basement walls, providing a bright, stain-resistant finish that never needs repainting or maintenance.
Next, WaterGuard was installed around the perimeter of the basement to collect any water seepage from the wall to the WaterGuard. Finally a SuperSump Plus was installed to pump out any water in the WaterGuard. The SuperSump will take all of the water out of the basement and pump it away from the house down a discharge line. The homeowner now can finally enjoy a nice dry basement.
Winooski homeowners called Northern Basement Systems after they struggled with water entering their basement during rainstorms and worsen as rainfall became more severe. They began to struggle with the moisture left behind with each rainstorm, causing wood rot and mold. They needed to find a way to keep the water out, so they called 855-DRY-TIME, to find the right solution for them.
With all of these systems and products in place, the homeowners no longer have to worry about their basement flooding every time it rains! Call Northern Basement Systems at 855-DRY-TIME to schedule your FREE ESTIMATE!
The owners contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems looking for a solution to fix the constant water in their basement and rusted out support beams. To fix the problem Matt Clark's team installed a Water Guard Drainage System, a TripleSafe Pump System, a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier, and Smart Jacks.
A customer in Essex, Vermont contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basemnet Systems looking for a way to stabilize their bowing walls. With many options availble, the customer decided to go with The CarbonArmor System. The CarbonArmor System permanently stabilizes your home's foundation walls. CarbonArmor uses fiber-reinforced polymers (FRPs) which are 10-times stronger than steel, yet flexible enough to contour tightly against your basement wall. The ArmorLock brackets bind and secure the CarbonArmor straps to your floor joists making the CarbonArmor solution fast, non-invasive and ideal for quickly stabilizing bowing and leaning walls.
A crawl space in Colchester, Vermont was in desperate need for some TLC from Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems. Not only did this crawl space suffer from damp, humid, and wet condition, it also had some major structural support issues. This was no problem for Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems. One of our System Design Specialist set up a plan to take care of all of the customers crawl space needs. First, Matt's team installed a CrawlSpace Encapsulation System, equipped with a SmartDrain and SaniDry dehumidifier. They also sprayed polyurethane insulation around the rim joist. To provide a solution for permanent structural support Northern Basement Systems installed two 28'Supplemental beams and nine SmartJacks.
The owners of a wonderful home in Montpelier, Vermont were looking for a solution for insulating their basement walls. They had already gutted their basement and are planning on completely remodeling it. They gave Matt Clark's Northern Basement a call at 1-800-DRY-TIME and asked what they could do to help them. One of Matt's System Specialist suggested using our Basement to Beautiful Wall Panels. The panels are designed with the unique, advanced SilverGlo™ graphite-infused foam insulation, this insulation provides 24% more energy-saving than conventional foam. At 2 ½" thick and R-13 insulation, Basement To Beautiful™ panels create a warm, protective blanket around your basement that will never rot or support mold growth. To help save the customers money, time, and hassle, electrical chases are designed directly into the Basement To Beautiful™ system. This way, there is no need for you to have an electrician to come in to rough in the wiring, then return to complete the job later. It can all be done in one step after the finished panels are installed. The customers now have warm walls that are ready for their next steps in finishing their basement.
A home in Montpelier, Vermont was in dire need of some waterproofing and weatherization. The homeowner contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems in search of permanent solutions. After a FREE ESTIMATE, in which two rotted wooden piers where found, the homeowner hired Matt Clark's Northern Basement System to both water proof and weatherize their crawlspace. A CleanSpace Wall System was installed along the entire perimeter, to take any seepage from the wall and bring it to the drainage matting. The drainage matting covers the entire floor and will bring water to the SuperSump Pump. The pump will then take the water to an IceGuard Discharge System and dicharge the water away from the home. The two rotted piers were replaced with galvanized steel SmartJacks. After everything was installed Matt's team sprayed closed-cell polyurethane insulation around the entire rim joists of the space and two feet down from the wall and painted the insulation with intumescent paint.
Tired of looking at a looking at their large nasty crawl space, the homeowners in Morristown, Vermont contacted the Crawl Space experts at Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems. First, Matt's team installed drain matting on the entire floor. Then they put up a CleanSpace Wall System with two SmartDrains and a state-of-the-art Sanidry Sedona Dehumidifier. To finish the project the rim joists of the entire crawlspace was sprayed with closed-cell polyurethane spray foam.
A homeowner in Montgomery, Vermont reached out to Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems regarding their crawl space. They were interested in weatherizing, but also concerned with the possibilities of what to do if they encapsulated the crawl space and a water pipe broke. This was an easy task for the pros at Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems.
First Matt's team would install a CleanSpace Encapsulation System. On the floor there will be drainage matting laid down with two SmartDrains and then completely covered in CleanSpace. The SmartDrains, paired with drainage matting will provide a system to protect the crawlspace incase of a pipe break, or leak. If there ever was a water issue it would channel through the drainage matting and drain to the SmartDrains, which are armed with water alarms. After the CrawlSpace Encapsulation System is installed Closed-cell Polyurethane Spray Foam insulation is applied to the entire rim-joist and partly down the walls. This will put the finishing touches to the crawl space weatherization, providing an excellent R-value of 6-7 per inch.
Home owners in Newport, VT were looking for a solution to their wet, cold, and humid crawl space. They felt the floor upstairs had a sag to it too. When the homeowners went into the crawl space it was an unpleasant surprise to find the sump pump in place was working, but not keeping up with the water coming in.
Also, the support beams for the floor joists were made of wood and had started to show signs of fatigue. This made them feel uncomfortable with the safety of the home. They decided to make a call to Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems for their FREE ESTIMATE.
Northern Basement Systems sent out a System Design Specialist and access the situation and propose a permanent solution for the customers crawl space concerns. To fix the water issue Northern Basement Systems installed a Crawl Space Drainage System with a TripleSafe Sump Pump. To control the humidity the customers went with a SaniDy Sedona dehumidifier. Smart Jacks were put in to replace the decaying support beams.
A crawl space in Newport, Vermont was being supported by old wood posts. Northern Basement Systems came in and replaced the old wood post with Smart Jacks. Each SmartJack post rests on a precast concrete pad that is set on a base of compacted stone. This engineered structural system won’t settle like masonry piers can; nor will it rot or shift like a wood post. All SmartJack parts are protected against rust with a thick galvanized coating.