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Matt has been with Northern Basement Systems for 5 years. Some of his everyday duties as production manager include, job and crew scheduling, jobsite inspections, communicating with personnel to ensure proper work flow, running sales leads and most importantly customer service. Matt has past work experiences as a military supervisor that helps him daily with, scheduling, crew supervision, and time management. In addition to having much experience, he also has DOT driver training, foundation repair training, and high-pressure spray foam application training. Matt enjoys the customer interaction as well as the diversity and challenges that the job brings. Most of all he really enjoys working with all the great staff at Northern Basement Systems. When he's isn’t hard at work, he enjoys snowboarding, spending time with loved ones, vacationing, hiking, four wheelingand boating.
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Like most Churches, this Church in Alstead, New Hampshire had events and gatherings. The majority of this Church's events took place in a nice finished basement. Over the years the church had to move or cancel events due to water in the basement. They had a sump pump, but it wouldn't keep up with the large amount of water entering. This would lead to endless hours of removing the water by additional portable pumps and shop vacuums. Tired of the hassle, the good people at the church reached out to the Water Proofing Experts at Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems. After a FREE ESTIMATE, one of Matt's System Design Specialist set forth a plan to permanently water proof the church basement. The amount of water entering the basement and the size of the basement was so large that this job would call for three TripleSafe Sump Pumps, a WaterGuard System, and to control the humidity a Sanidry XP. The basement is now nice and dry, ready to host future events.
A Woodstock, Vermont homeowner contacted Northern Basement Systems to schedule a FREE estimate to see how Matt and his team could improve his basement space. At the time the basement had a dirt floor and a large portion of the area was crawlspace with minimal clearance. After a system design specialist visited the home he found a solution to improve the whole basement and make it more usable and eliminate the dirt floor.
The installation specialists at Northern Basement Systems installed WaterGuard on the perimeter of the basement for drainage, and 10-foot SmartJacks were installed for added support beneath the home. Next, the specialist installed Delta mat and PEX radiant heating tubing. Lastly, the crew poured concrete over the Delta and PEX give a clean and finished look to the space. Matt Clark and his team were able to give this space an entire makeover to meet the customer's needs!
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.
Push Piers are made of steel and are driven very far into the ground until it hits stable soil or bedrock. The push piers on this job were used in both the interior and exterior of the building to lift it back to the original position. The team removed soil from around the exterior walls then used a heavy-duty steel bracket that is installed below and against the building foundation's footing. Next, steel piers are driven hydraulically through the bracket into the stable soil. The weight of the building is transferred through the piers to competent soil. Then our team lifted the building back to a level state, backfilled the soil, and now the building is permanently stabilized.
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.
Looking for a lot of natural light in their basement homeowners in Burlington, Vermont hired Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems to find a solution. After a Free Estimate, the homeowners decided to go with an Egress Window Well. The Egress Window Well will provide as much light as an upstairs window. The oversize window well is a one-piece unit made from high-quality plastic that is reinforced for strength and durability. Mounting flanges on the well enable Matt's team to seal and fasten the well to the outside of your foundation after the new window opening has been cut with a masonry saw. The homeowners now enjoy a much brighter basement.
A home in Winooski, Vermont started to have a water problem in their basement. Having already hired Matt Clark's Northern Basement Sytems to do a CrawlSpace encapsulation, they knew exactly to contact to fix their problem. Matt Clark's team of experts went to work and installed a SuperSump Pump and discharge line, with an IceGuard, in less than one day. The homeowners are once again happy with the quality of work and their dry basement.
This wonderful home is nestled in the beautiful mountain of Richmond, Vermont. Plenty of privacy and amazing views. The basement on the other hand was just a mess and a constant nuisance to the home owner. Water would get in the basement and make it a very unusable space. Plus the humidity was very high. After a conversation with the home owner and a site inspection Northern Basement sent out a team to put a permanent fix on the home owners basement issues. They installed a full Water Guard perimeter System, a Super Sump Pump. and a State of the Art SaniDry Sedona Dehumidifier. The home owner can rest at ease now and has a wonderful permanent dry basement.
A local contractor in Montpelier, Vermont reached out to Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems for an insulation job. They had hired Northern Basement Systems in the past for similar work, so they knew the quality of work Matt's team brings to every job.
Notice the walls before and after our team sprayed the foam in for added insulation!
An industry leading contractor hired Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems to insulate another one of their large commercial properties. The company has worked many times with Northern Basement System and knows they can count on them to deliver an exceptionally high level of quality work, done in a timely manner. Northern Basement Systems sprayed closed-cell polyurethane foam through out the entire building. Using closed-cell spray foam creates a highly insulated building assembly that's also free of energy-wasting air leaks. Closed-cell is about 3-4 times as dense as open-cell foam, and it provides an R-value of 6-7 per inch.
A home in Underhill, Vermont had a basement wall that was beginning to fail due to the pressure of the soil outside the wall. In need of a fast and permanent solution they contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems. Northern Basement Systems did a one day install of 6 Geo-Lock Wall Anchors. The Geo-Lock Wall Anchors will stabilize the wall and potentially straighten the walls over time.
The homeowner called with a concern about the moisture in the basement that was moving its way up into the house. We installed a SmartDrain, a CleanSpace crawlspace encapsulation system with drainage matting under the liner, and lastly installed a SaniDry unit to limit moisture in the crawlspace.
A homeowner in Plainfield. Vermont was looking to weatherize their ceilings. They contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems for a FREE ESTIMATE. After an inspection from one of Matt's System Design Specialist, the customers decided to insulate with closed-cell polyurethane spray foam. It has a great R-value of 6-7 per inch. The ceiling is now weatherized and ready for some harsh Vermont winters.
Water had created quite the mess in a basement in Milton, Vermont. A nice finished basement with carpet flooring became a basement with soaking wet carpet. The homeowner contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement System with empahsis on doing whatever it takes to make sure it would never happen again. Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems installed a Full Perimeter WaterGuard System, which will go around the perimeter of the basement and collect any water entering the basement. A TripleSafe Sump Pump was put in to take all of the water the WaterGuard collects and pumps it out of the basement down a outside discharge, away from the home. The owner of the home also decided to have a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier installed to keep the humidity level in check. The basement is now completely dry and has a nice 55% humidity level.
A customer in Underhill, Vermont was in need of a solution for a bowing wall in their basement. The wall was showing signs of bowing. They contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement System in hope of a permanent solution. After an extensive inspection from a System Design Specialist the conclusion was a PowerBrace Foundation Wall Repair System would be the best solution to fix the wall. The PowerBrace is a patented foundation wall repair system that's designed to stabilize failing basement walls and provide the potential to straighten walls over time. These steel i-beams will stabilize the wall in its current position without any further adjustment. Over time, the PowerBrace System can be tightened to make bowing or tilting walls straighter.
These two photos show the before and after of the chimney piering job Matt Clark's Northern Basements did. The homeowner was concerned about the chimney falling away from the house and worried that the chimney could collapse. They contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems to find a solution because of the companys excellent reputation with such situations. Northern Basement Systems were able to not only stabilize it using our patented piers, but also lift the chimney to it's original position.
The homeowners in Thorton, NH were very concerned. Every time there was a good amount of rain there was also a good amount of water coming into their basement. They sought out a solution. They concluded that Matt Clark's Northern Basement System was by far the most qualified and reputable business to help achieve their goal of a dry basement. Matt's team installed a Water Guard Drainage System with a Triple Safe Pump. The Water Guard System allows the water to flow into a drain and then to the Triple Safe Pump, which pumps the water out of the basement and away from the house. To stop the leaking crack they installed Flexi Span. it keeps the wall dry while the water trickles into the Water Guard System.
Matt Clark's team completely transformed this space with the installation of TerraBlock insulation, floor matting, and a CleanSpace Encapsulation System.
A homeowner in Craftsbury, VT had a section of sunken concrete in his garage that was becoming a major safety hazard. They called Northern Basement Systems and set up a FREE ESTIMATE. After an inspection form one of our System Design Specialist the team went out and fixed the sunken concrete in no time! The crew began by drilling holes in the sunken areas, then injected high-density polyurethane foam (PolyLevel). When the foam expanded it raised the concrete to level it and eliminate the hazards. Lastly, the team sealed the holes and cracks with cement.
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.