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Since Dean'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. Dean 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 Dean's spare time he enjoys reading, woodworking, and working on automobiles.
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Non-0rganic vent covers prevent outside air and critters from getting in to the crawl space. Keeping this home safe and healthy.
After living in this Bowling Green home for 16 years and worrying about the presence of mold, this homeowner decided it was time to get serious about protecting their investment. With our CleanSpace Encapsulation system, mold and mildew are no longer a threat! Give us a call today to see how we can help you with your basement or crawlspace needs!
This crawl space used to be super soggy! Now it is DRY with ZERO water issues!
Another view of our amazing crawl space encapsulation system working for this Gallatin, TN home!
Lift and Level Uneven Concrete in the front drive and turn around area.
Additional Benefits of PolyLevel Fix and Protect projects;
Prevent Trip Hazzards
Prevent further damage
Stabilize Exterior Concrete
Diver Surface Water Away from Joists
Prevent Damage from Street Creep
Divert Roof Water Away from Foundation
The EverLast Door is made of 1/2" thick solid polyethylene so it will never rot or need paint. The existing old door frame has been removed and a new pressure treated frame has been installed. The new door is installed on the frame with
rustproof hardware and is weatner-stripped to seal off outside air and dry the crawl space, saving the maximum on heating and cooling bills.
After years of water damage the concrete work was in bad shape. The broken concrete was a safety concern; trip hazard, holding water when it rains, freezing in the winter, and less than pretty. Removing the old concrete, pouring new, and giving the water proper drainage solves this Nashville home owners problem permanently.
After seeing up to an inch of water in the basement after heavy rains this Nolensville basement needed some TLC. The original stone walls had been covered with wood planking. But years of water damage had left it in bad shape.
Based on the type of foundation and the type of wall a baseboard drainage system like this DryTrak was the best option to provide water management for this basement.
Removing the old rotten planking and providing drainage for future water; this home just added usable square footage, became more attractive, and a healthier environment.
The main purpose of a crawlspace is to provide a space between the foundation and the subfloor to access ducts, pipes and wires.
This home in particular had so much fallen insulation and old dirty liner in the way, there was no easy access to anything. As well as letting the relative humidity within the space increase to levels unsuitable for the crawlspace environment.
With the Cleanspace liner in place with caulking and tape to completely seal the area, and a TripleSafe sump pump to remove any resulting water, we will be able to spray Mold-X2 cleaner to eliminate the mold staining and visual evidence as well as killing 99.99% of germs on the surface.
The front stairs of this rental home in Oak Grove Kentucky were falling and needed a lift.
The property management company called worried about tripping hazards and further damage to the sidewalk, steps, and front stoop. PolyLevel injection was the perfect permanent solution for this home.
This home was showing signs of foundation changes. With a little lift using our PushPiers System the foundation is supported and the brick and mortar will be repaired for cosmetics.
Concrete is heavy!
Along pad like this porch can move over time if there is a hollow area below.
Filling the space voids underneath with PolyLevel foam is fast and easy.
The porch is set in ready in only 15 minutes.
A rental home in Nashville was in need of solid support.
Unfortunately due to water damage and wood rot the floor joist were slacking on the job. The conditions of the crawl space and the weight of the home had caused serious damage to the supports. Sister joist were ran along the existing joist and supported with a SmartJack. The home owner and the tenants are more comfortable and secure in this home.