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"After our basement was flooded, I looked for help and found you through an internet search. Boy am I glad I did. Every bit of..."
After our basement was flooded, I looked for help and found you through an internet search. Boy am I glad I did. Every bit of this process has been better than I anticipated. The two men who performed our cleanup and installed our new interior drain system were the best. We could not have experienced a better job. Thanks so musch.
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Hunter has been working with Northern Basement Systems for 2 years. His daily position comprises many aspects of installation, including jackhammering, mixing concrete, laying systems, and cleaning out crawl spaces. Hunter really enjoys working with his team as well as the ability to travel and see new places every day.
Hunter has training in OSHA 10 for carpentry as well as Building Trades Apprentice. He enjoys hiking, spending time with friends and family and most of all making people laugh.
This Wilmington, Vermont homeowner contacted us because he had a crawlspace with clear signs of water and mold. He wanted to seal off the area to make it clean and dry. Matt Clark's team of installation specialist placed a SmartPump System with a discharge line that included an IceGuard and LawnScape and a full CleanSpace System with drainage matting and a liner to prevent any water from entering the space. This helped to close off any moisture and mold from the home and storage area, to make the crawlspace usable.
When the old support beams where not safe for full I beam support the homeowner in Walpole, New Hampshire contacted Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems. One of Matt's System Design Specialist came through with a permanent solution for supporting the i beam. Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems installed four SmartJack support beams to fully support the I beam.
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.
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 family in Claremont, NH called us with concerns about their basement constantly flooding with every rain storm and thaw. We addressed the issue by installing our TripleSafe Sump Pump System to provide the family with a reliable system containing a primary pump, secondary pump and battery back-up system to prevent any future flooding. During the time of the sump pump installation, the customer also installed a new hot water system. Great transformation for their newly finished 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.
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.
To stop water from entering this home's basement Matt Clark's Northern Basement Systems installed DryTrack, a CleanSpace Wall System, and a SuperSump Pump. The CleanSpace will create an effective moisture and vapor barrier. The wall covering forces all wall seepage and moisture to flow into the DryTrack. The water will then be directed to the SuperSump Pump and discharged outside the home, down a discharge line.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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.
Matt Clark's team completely transformed this space with the installation of TerraBlock insulation, floor matting, and a CleanSpace Encapsulation System.
A Saint Johnsbury, VT homeowner contacted us with concerns regarding the water entering her basement due to a slop at the end of her driveway. We found a solution to fix the problem. First, our team of specialists installed a TrenchDrain at the base of the driveway to capture the water before it has the opportunity to enter the basement. Second, the team installed a lateral line from the TrenchDrain to a SuperSump Pump, to pump the water outside through a LawnScape. This will keep the basement dry and a safe storage for the homeowner’s belongings.