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Dustin joined Matt Clark's team in July 2017. As a member of the production department, Dustin spends his day problem solving and working hard to install new systems. He thoroughly enjoys working hard with his team members to make sure the job is completed. Dustin also enjoys getting to travel to different places and learning new things every day. During his free time, you can find Dustin working on cars and doing outdoor activities.
A customer in Keene, New Hampshire was looking for a solution to fix their nasty wet crawl space. They contacted the professionals at Matt Clark's Northern Basements Systems, for a permanent solution. Matt's expert production team installed a CrawlSpace Encapsulation System with a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier. They also sprayed closed-cell spray foam to all of the rim joist around the crawl space. The homeowner now has a dry, beautiful crawlspace.
Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems took a very wet basement in Walpole, NH and turned it to a permanently dry basement in just a few days. They installed a twp stage, DryTrak & Lateral Combo, waterproofing system and a TripleSafe Sump Pump.
A family in Vergennes, Vermont were in search of a solution for water coming into their basement. After thorough research they came to the conclusion Matt Clark's Northern Basement System were by far the most trustworthy and reputable company they came across. They setup their FREE estimate from on of Matt's System Design Specialist. After an extensive evaluation they decided the best way to fix the water issue was to install CleanSpace on the walls, a full perimeter WaterGuard System, and a TripleSafe Sump Pump.
CleanSpace achieves several important goals. 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. The WaterGuard System will collect the water and direct it to the TripleSafe Sump Pump. The TripleSafe will pump the water out of the basement to a discharge line away from the home. The homeowners now can enjoy a nice 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.
The customer in Hanover, NH wanted to make a very messy dirt floor basement into something nice. They called Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems at 1-855-DRY-TIME. Our team went in and removed all of the debris from the dirt floor and then poured a brand new concrete floor.
A homeowner in Shelburne, Vermont contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems in search of a permanent solution to stop water from destroying their basement. Matt's team went in and installed a CleanSpace Wall System, a Full Pereimeter WaterGuard sub-floor drainage system, and a TripleSafe Sump Pump. The homeowner now has a nice dry basement to enjoy, without the worry of any water.
The homeowner in Washington, Vermont was sick and tired of having a cold, damp basement. He contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems and stated his concern. After a complete estimate, from a System design Specialist, the customer went with a plan of putting up a Clean Space Encapsulation System and then have it tie into a WaterProofing System.
The home owner in Washington, Vermont was constantly getting water in their basement. They did their research and found the most reliable and trusted company was by far Matt Clark's Northern Basement System, in Montpelier, Vermont. Matt sent out one of his System Design Specialist to access the situation and give the customer his best options to fix the water problem. After meeting with the homeowner they decided the best solution for their water problem was to install a full perimeter Water Guard System paired with a Triple Sump Pump. The Water Guard will take the unwanted water and bring it to the Triple Sump Pump. The pump will then discharge the water out of the basement and down a discharge line away from the home. The homeowner now can enjoy their dry basement.
Water had completely taken over a basement in South Burlington, Vermont. At some points there was as much as 4 inches of water. The homeowner was frustrated and couldn't believe what was happening. The homeowner reached out to Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems for a solution to permanently stop the water. Matt's team installed a Full Perimeter WaterGuard System paired with Two TripleSafe Sump Pumps. The WaterGuard will collect any water trying to enter the basement and direct it to the TripleSafe Sump Pumps. The pumps will then pump the water out of the basement away from the home, down a discharge line. The homeowner now can enjoy the dry, useable basement.
The homeowners in Burlington, Vermont started to notice over the years that cracks had developed throughout the house in different areas. This made them very concerned with what was happening to their home. Through diligent research, they found that Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems was by far the most reputable reliable and company to service them. After an inspection from one of Northern Basements System Design Specialist and an Engineer, they found that the house had in fact sunk up to 1 3/4 inches in some places on the foundation. To fix the problem the team installed 119 Slab piers and poly level raising the floor back to a level position.
The homeowners in Burlington, Vermont started to notice over the years that cracks had developed throughout the house in different areas. In some places, the molding had completely separated from the ceiling. This made them very concerned with what was happening to their home. Through diligent research, they found that Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems was by far the most reputable and reliable company to service them.
After an inspection from one of Northern Basements System Design Specialist and an Engineer, they found that the house had in fact sunk up to 1 3/4 inches in some places on the foundation. To fix the problem the team installed 119 Slab piers and poly level raising the floor back to a level position. When the team finished raising the slab you could clearly see that the molding had sealed up tight to the ceiling.
A homeowner in Essex, Vermont was searching for a permanent solution to stop the water form entering the basement. After a FREE ESTIMATE from Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems a design was made to put an end to the water problem.
Matt's team installed a WaterGuard Drainage System paired with a SuperSump Pump and IceGuard Discharge Line System. The WaterGuard will take any water and flow it to SuperSump Pump. The pump will then pump the water out of the basment to an external IceGuard Discharge line away from the home.
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.
After a FREE ESTIMATE, a homeowner in Barre, Vermont hired Matt Clark's Northern Basement to water proof their basement. Matt's team of Installation Specialist installed a Full Perimeter WaterGuard System paired with a SuperSump Plus sump pump. They also did a CleanSpace Wall System. Any water entering will be collected by the WaterGuard and taken to the SuperSump Plus. It is then discharged out of the basement, down a discharge line away from the home.
A home in Montpelier, Vermont had a very large sized basement, but it also had a large size water problem. The basement would get a lot of water entering it and the home owner was fed up with dealing with it. They contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems for a solution. Matt's team of experts installed a full perimeter WaterGuard System, two TripleSafe Sump Pumps, and a Sanidry Sedona dehumidifier. The basement is now completely waterproofed and ready for the homeowner to enjoy.
The homeowner in Georgia, Vermont had experienced water damage in their basement. The majority of the basement had carpeted floors, which got the worst of it. They also received damage to the lower parts of their walls, that was drywalled. The owner contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems in search of a way to refinish their basement with products geared more to waterproofing and looking good. Matt's System Design Specialist introduced the family to a couple of different products, that would both look good and withstand the potential of water damage. Matt's team fixed the lower drywall areas with an Everlast Wall Restoration System and replaced the old wet carpet with brand new Thermal Dry Carpet. The Everlast Wall Restoration System provides a solution for homeowners who have experienced wet, damaged or moldy walls in their finished basement, and protects against any future damage. This wall system includes metal studs and an inorganic, mold-resistant wall product that replaces the bottom 32" of your home's drywall. An inorganic base molding and decorative chair rail make this an appealing, long-lasting solution. The ThermalDry Carpeting doesn’t roll out over the floor; it’s manufactured in square tiles that snap together. With ThermalDry carpet tiles, there’s no foam pad to soak up water. Instead, there’s a waterproof plastic base designed with a built-in drainage plane and thermal break. Water drains through ThermalDry carpet rather than soaking in, eliminating worries about mold, mildew and moisture damage.
A home in Georgia, Vermont was having issues with water entering their basement. It would happened almost everytime it rained and during the Spring, when the snow melted. Tire of dealing with the messy pick up and the damp conditions of the basement, they contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems. Matt's team of pros installed a Full Perimeter Water Guard Sytem and a TripleSafe Sump Pump. This will take care of any water entering the basement and pump it out away from the home, down a discharge line. To control the humidity the team installed a Sanidry Sedona dehumidifier. The basement is now fully waterproofed, dry, and can be enjoyed by the family.
Sometimes you have a whole crawl space you would encapsulation with CleanSpace and sometimes you may just have that one cold wall in you basement which you can feel the cool air and humidity coming through. Our wonderful customer in Swanton, Vermont had the latter. Matt Clark's team installed CleanSpace along the whole wall where the concrete was exposed. The CleanSpace Vapor Barrier will permanently reduce the moisture and humidity. It also helps seal out any cold drafts. The CleanSpace is super durable: 20mil thick, 7-layer polyethylene composition, with polyester cord reinforcement.
In need of a solution to unwanted water in a basement. A home owner in Swanton, VT contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement System at 855-DRY-TIME. Our System Design Specialist came up with a plan of attack which would keep out the water for good and also make their basement a usable safe place. Matt's team installed a WaterGurad system to divert the water to a SuperSump Pump. The SuperPump will then pump any water out of the house down a discharge line away from the home.
When the old sump pump in the basement couldn't handle the amount of water entering the basement the homeowner contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems, to set up a free estimate. After meeting with a system design specialist they decided the best way to keep the basement dry was to replace the old pump with a TripleSafe Sump Pump. The TripleSafe has three separate motors. The first pump is a heavy-duty 1/3 horsepower (HP) cast-iron Zoeller pump that does most of the pumping, handling up to 2,600 gallons of water per hour. The second pump is a 1/2 HP pump that operates automatically if Pump 1 fails or if greater pumping volume is needed (up to 6,200 gallons per hour). The third pump is a battery-operated pump that turns on automatically if power fails.
With bowing walls in their basement, a homeowner in Bethlehem, New Hampshire hired Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems to permanently stabilize the walls. Matt's team of experts installed a Geo-Lock Wall Anchor System. This will permanently stabilize the basement walls, offering the best opportunity to straighten the walls without the cost and disruption of foundation replacement. Heavy duty, galvanized earth anchors are embedded in stable, undisturbed soil outside your foundation wall. Each anchor is connected by a steel rod to a wall plate that provides clamping pressure against the inside of the foundation wall. Overtime this method also offers the potential to straighten the wall back to its original position.
A homeowner in Bethlehem New Hampshire was looking to replace their sinking deck with a new one, that would withstand the rigorous weather and frost heaves of northern New Hampshire. They had used Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems in the past, they knew who to turn to for a solution. Matt's team of experts installed Helical Deck Piers and then built a new deck for the homeowners.
A customer in Barton, Vermont was getting ahead of the game. They were starting a new housing project on land where they had already had a home that with water issues. Wanting to feel extremely confident they would not have any water issues they contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems. Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems had taken care of their water issue in their previous home, so it was a no-brainer what company they would use in their new building. Matt's team of experts installed a Full Perimeter Water Guard System paired with a state-of-the-art TripleSafe Sump Pump before the slab was poured. The home is now fully prepared and the owners are confident the system will take care of any water that may try to invade their new building.
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.