Daniel has worked in construction his whole life, from framing houses, foundation work and installing pools to carpentry, flooring and plumbing. He also has an extensive military background, which has given him a strong grasp of many leadership skills that can be put to use on the job site.
What does this job entail?
Daniel keeps track of product inventory, makes sure the trucks are loaded properly and provides customer service on the job site. He makes sure the project that he is assigned to goes as smoothly as possible.
What do you like about the job?
He likes working with his co-workers out in the field and in the office. He also enjoys the challenges that he faces everyday in the field and how it encourages him think outside of the box.
What do you do in your spare time?
Daniel likes to go to the gym and play video games with his friends. He enjoys passing on his vast knowledge of firearms and firearm safety learned in the military. Most of all, he values time spent with his family.
In this photo series, you will see the walls, water damaged, in the first photo. In the second you will see how our CleanSpace vapor barrier makes for a healthier home that is also more aesthetically pleasing.
These photos show a dark, dirty and wet crawlspace before and after the installation of CleanSpace vapor barrier and a SaniDry Sedona.
In the before photo, you will notice damage from water pouring in from the stairs.
In the after photo you, will notice concrete drying from where a TripleSafe sump pump, TrenchDrain and WaterGuard sub-floor drainage have been installed.
In the "Before" picture, notice damage from years of water issues. In the "After" photo you see a SuperSump Plus pump.
In the before photo, you will notice significant water damage to the floors and walls, including at the bottom of the stairs, from where water leaks and seeps into the basement.
In the after photo, you will see that our CleanSpace vapor barrier has been applied to the walls in an effort to keep water and mold from entering the basement. At the bottom of the stairs is a TrenchDrain to move water away and to the sump pump, which will direct it out of and away from the home. The drying concrete strip is where our WaterGuard sub-floor draining system has been installed. This too, will move water to the sump pump.
Here is a photo of before we installed CleanSpace in Leicester, MA. The second photo is after the installation. Notice how much more clean the area looks. Now the basement won't have water leaking inside AND it is more slightly.
Here, if you look at where the rocks are, you will see that we achieved a four inch lift on this foundation in Newport, MA.
Photos show before and after the installation of 141 feet of CleanSpace vapor barrier.
Before and after the installation of a sump pump in Holden, MA.
Before and after Polylevel in Riverside, RI.
In this photo, you will notice that water is leaking from the walls, damaging them and causing puddling on the CleanSpace below.
In the second photo you will see newly installed SilverGlo wall panels. They are two inches thick and provide water-resistance. They also act as insulation due to being infused with graphite powder to reflect heat.
Before and after PolyLevel in North Grafton, MA.
In the first photo, notice the efflorescence of the wall from water coming into the basement. There is also water damage to the floors.
The second photo is a shot of our UltraSump and SuperSump Plus. The UltraSump is the black box in the photo. It is a battery backup, making the pump work even during power outages. The drying concrete around the perimeter of the room is where WaterGuard sub-floor drainage was installed to guide water to the pump.
You will see water damage on the floor and wall from years of leaking in the Before. In the After, you will see the wet concrete where a full perimeter system has been installed to drain the water from the home.
In the before picture you will notice the water staining and damage to the walls, evidence of years of leaks.
In the after picture, notice the dying concrete where WaterGuard sub-floor drainage has been installed. At the foot of the stairs you can see where a TrenchDrain has been put into place.
These photos clearly show that this customer had water leaking around the perimeter of their basement. Our team installed 154 feet of waterguard around the perimeter, as well as a TripleSafe pump and TrenchDrain to direct the water from inside to outside the home, dispelling it away from the property via the LawnScape Outlet! No more leaking in Leominster!
Here you will see before and after the injection of PolyLevel polyurethane foam injections.