Meet Daniel, he is one of our Production Supervisors! Daniel is originally from Alabama and moved to the Evansville area in 2014. He is married to his beautiful wife Kelli and has a daughter named Hannah. His previous work history as a superintendent for a contracting company and in home building brings a strong leadership role when oversing a job start to finish. You can find Daniel on a typical day training new employees on Foundation Support, assisting the Basement crews, and inspecting homes before and after the work has been completed.
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The purpose of basement windows is to add appeal to your space by bringing in natural sunlight. When your windows are rusted, covered in debris, or doing little more than affording a view of an old, rusty window well, then they're not doing their job. So that's why we installed 4 of our EverLast Basement Windows. Our EverLast Windows are energy-efficient, vinyl-framed replacement windows. Having a covered window well keeps cold winter winds from blowing against the panes, while the Low-E double thermopane glass of EverLast Windows saves you on your energy bills. It's a small upgrade that really made a big difference in this homeowner home!
This Lewisport home was experiencing the common signs of a wall failure problem: stair-step cracking on the inside of their home. Once these homeowners realized that the problem could (and would!) eventually get worse, they quickly gave Healthy Spaces a call to solve the problem.
Our System Design Specialist, Damon Cheatham, concluded that the foundation would need to permanently stabilize the walls by installing PowerBraces. The PowerBrace is designed to support basement walls and allow for potential straightening over time. Some highlights on installing PowerBraces are: their zinc coating makes the entire system resistant to corrosion, clean-cut appearance, and professionally installed.
With a plan set, Kye Devine and his production team came to the home to start the project.
This Vine Grove, KY crawlspace was experiencing numerous issues. From this access well, rainwater was entering the crawlspace and creating a mold problem. Pests and vermin were able to access the crawlspace, too, which added to the overall discomfort in the home. The homeowners were reporting several telltale signs of mold and fungal intrusion and exposure: low indoor air quality, an increased relative humidity in the home, frequent allergy attacks, and smells emanating from the HVAC system and crawlspace.
After installing a safer, more secure access well and Everlast crawlspace entry system, the homeowners were able to keep groundwater out. In addition, they elected to install a CleanSpace liner and SaniDry dehumidifier. "This complete system has completely revolutionized our home. It's easier to breathe and our furnace doesn't kick on as often!" said the homeowner.