Serving Middle Tennessee, Southwestern Kentucky, Greater Nashville
Since Robert's employment with Frontier Basement Systems, he has attended in-house training as well as on-site training and has been awarded the title of Waterproofing Specialist. Robert has a unique and genuine understanding of basement and crawlspace environments and how to provide effective solutions. He is a trusted and valued member of the Frontier Basement Systems family. With his knowledge, experience, and exceptional customer service skills, you can rest on his evaluation.
In Robert's spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and home projects.
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This wall was wet, nasty, and slowly deteriating. Now its clean and dry and waterproofed!
There is no exposed Earth in this crawl space anymore!
The old vapor barrier was not working sufficiently, the Clean Space system is working fabulously now!
This amazing Clean Space transformation in Cookeville,TN!
Check out this transformation in Cookeville,TN!
Check out this drastic change!
We love making our customers homes waterproof!
This view of the crawl space shoes how this space is now free from moisture completely!
This wall is now all Clean Spacey!
The corner of this basement had started to fall. To provide support steel push piers were installed. A heavy-duty steel bracket is placed under and against the footing, steel pier sections are hydraulically driven through the bracket and down to load bearing earth.
Provide best opportunity to life the home back towards original position.
Minimal disturbance from installation.
This 1940s home in Hartford Kentucky required push piers to stabalize the fire place and crawlsapce foundation. The weight of the brick is pulling the chimney away from the home, stressing the foundation.
When it rains, water comes in form everywhere damaging the personal belongings of this Hartford Kentucky couple. A single sump pump was installed many years ago but has not kept the basement dry. The old pump is removed and replaced with a TripleSafe Complete System including 2 sump pumps and an UltraSump.
The chimney of this Hartford Kentucky house was pulling away from the home and taking the foundation with it. Push Piers are the perfect permanent solution to support the weight of the chimney relieving the stress from the rest of the structure.
Waterproofing this basement required pulling out the old pump system and installing our TripleSafe Complete system including 2 pumps and an UltraSump. The homeowner also opted for the WaterWatch alarm system to notify in case of any flooding and a battery back up system in case power goes out or the system ever accidentally becomes unplugged.
Check out this new Everlast Door that provides a waterproof entrance and exit to the crawl space area!
This customer was having trouble with a damp and moldy crawlspace. We were able to use CleanSpace encapsulation to fix the issue. If you are worried about water vapor and mold getting into your crawlspace like this Murfreesboro customer, CleanSpace encapsulation could be the answer for you! Give us a call for a free estimate!
Home appraisers will inspect a crawl space on certain criteria:
> Debris & waste accumulation
> Garbage & organic material
> Signs of pests
> Structual integrity
> Odors - Can indicate high humidity to mold growth
> Standing water
Frontier Basement Systems provide free, no obligation inspections to give you a full report of any issues and our full repair options.
SmartJacks and supplemental Beam are placed to stabilize sagging floor joists. In an effort to level the floors the smart jacks support the adjacent walls to the left and right in the living room area and the stairs.
This Springfield crawl space had some serious leaks. The home owner described it as a pond in the crawl space. The upstairs does have musty, damp smells and the owner is thinking of selling.
Creating proper drainage, encapsulating the crawl space, replacing the homemade sump pump, and adding a discharge line was the solution for this home.
This 1920s home was built on Monolithic slab with stone walls a basement door at main level was a formula for disaster when it rains. Water came in through cracks in the slab, wall joints, stones, and the door.
This Nashville basement leaks everywhere when it rains. Knowing it will happen again; tried of the mold, mildew, and lack of space the family is desperate for a permanent solution. Before they can move forward with finishing the space for use and storage managing the water issues is the priority!
A TripleSafe Sump Pump System is the first step to this basement nightmare. Our WaterGuard System is installed along the interior of the basement set against the footing to collect water and direct it to the pump liner. The pump liner houses a M53 Zoeller cast iron sump pump equipped with a mechanical float switch that will automatically turn the pump on and pump the water out of the basement.
Living in beautiful Nashville, these homeowners want to keep their yard and driveway looking as good as their home! With our PolyLevel injection, this concrete driveway has been lifted and leveled back to its former glory. No more cracks or uneven concrete slabs for this home!
This 1930s home has a crawl space that had been dug out over time and now has significant usable space. Knowing 50% of the air we breath in our home comes form our crawl space, the family opted to encapsulate and control temperature and moisture of the space. The space is now controlled and can be used for storage, will increase energy efficiency, and provide healthier air to the family above.
The bowing walls in this basement were causing all kinds of heart ache; from foundation shifts to water leaks.
Permanently stabilizing the foundation wall was the cure to saving the home and keeping the family safe.
The previous home owner had this crawl space encapsulated. However when the house went on the market and a home inspection was done the findings were concerning. The crawl space had high humidity, water, cuts and tears in the liner, and a door that did not seal.
Frontier Basement Systems was able to go out and clean up the crawl space, properly seal it off, add a sump pump, and regrade for proper drainage.
This family were experiencing concerns with bugs and energy efficiency. Causing problems to the comfort of the home it was important to address these issues.
The benefits of a closed cell spray foam insulation is that it truly is a permanent solution for increased energy savings and insulation performance. Being non organic material means that insects are unable to use it as food or their home.
What an AMAZING transformation with this sinking concrete!
This home owner has been living in their home for a year and is really concerned about mold and health effects. They are also aware of water leaking in the front of the home.
Knowing it will leak again on each rain, they are ready for a permanent solution.
Correcting the drainage, installing a vapor barrier, foaming the joist, and a sump pump system took care of this family's concerns.
Moisture and humidity controlled. Unconditioned air stays out and conditioned air stays in.
The wall anchor systems consist of galvanized steel earth anchors which are embedded into the soil, away from the foundation wall. They are then connected to steel wall plates with rods - both of galvanized steel. Once installed the hold the walls in position and can be tightened to improve and straighten the structure of the walls.
The perfect solution for anchor installations especially in finished basements is the Hide-A-Way Anchor covers to conceal the anchors while still allowing for periodic tightening.
A Hopkinsville home built in the 60s was showing signs of foundation failure.
The family was ready to sell the home but understood the importance of having the foundation wall cracks addressed properly.
PowerBraces are a great solution for foundation wall cracks especially when exterior digging is not a good option.
The homeowner also appreciated the transferable warranty, not only would the concerns be resolved but the next family would be taken care of as well. The peace of mind to both families is very valuable.