Our team leaders are responsible for overseeing each job to completion. Each leader takes responsibility for assembling appropriate tools and equipment, assigning tasks to installers, and moving the job toward completion to ensure efficiency and quality. They are also responsible for keeping the customer up-to-date and ensure satisfaction with each job.
At Lowcountry Basement, we work every day to deliver a wow experience and challenge the status quo. One way we do that is by walking alongside the best in the industry. In AJ's words, “We stand behind our quality work because we are passionate about being the best!” We’re thrilled to have Ahenri as a part of the Lowcountry Basement team as we work to redefine our industry.
Jane M. of Summerville, GA was reading the Journal Scene newspaper when she saw a Lowcountry Basement Systems ad for crawl space repair. She read the ad and realized that she had a crawl space problem at her home. Her floors were sagging, soft and felt unstable.
Jane had Lowcountry Basement Systems inspect the crawl space. The inspector recommended installing a SmartJack System to provide proper support to the home. Jane liked the idea of using SmartJacks because they are made of galvanized steel, so they won’t rust.
Jane had the work done and noticed the difference immediately. The sagging, weak floors were no more!
Betty P. of Mount Pleasant, SC had a problem in her crawl space. The moisture level under her home was too high. She could feel soft spots in her floor. Betty called Lowcountry Basement Systems to help her protect the home she loved.
Lowcountry Basement Systems sent an inspector to Betty’s home and recommended encapsulating the crawl space. Encapsulation would prevent moisture from weakening the joists, beam and subfloor. Betty had the work done and was thrilled to protect her home!
Homeowners in Beaufort, SC had high levels of moisture and humidity in their crawl space. Lowcountry Basement Systems installed a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System to remove the moisture and reduce the moisture.
Excessive water in this Beaufort, SC crawl space was hindering the homeowner from selling his property. No one wanted to buy a home with foundation issues, and he didn’t want his selling price to drop because of it! In order to fix it to list it, he called the experts at Lowcountry Basement Systems to inspect his crawl space and come up with a solution.
A thorough inspection underneath the home confirmed the excess moisture. The team installed a SmartSump to evacuate water from the crawl space, along with CleanSpace Drainage Matting, which when applied over crawl space dirt surfaces allows better conductivity for water to get to the perimeter and out of the crawl space to be removed via the SmartSump. Within just a few days the house was now ready to list on the market! The owners were thrilled.
Bruce L. of Okatie, SC had been researching the effects of high moisture levels in crawl spaces. He didn’t like the idea that high moisture could lead to mold, soften wood joists, beams and subfloors. Bruce wanted to prevent those problems and called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule an inspection of his crawl space.
Lowcountry Basement Systems sent an inspector to the home and recommended installing a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System. The system would remove excess moisture and reduce humidity in the crawl space. Bruce decided to have the work done. It took the Lowcountry Basement Systems team three days to install the system and Bruce was thrilled with the work!
The owners of this recently purchased Rincon, GA home wanted to address the exposed dirt floor crawl space and replace the damaged insulation under their new home. They researched crawl space encapsulation online and found Lowcountry Basement Systems.
Lowcountry Basement Systems installed a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System for moisture and humidity control of the crawl space. A state-of-the-art SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier was installed. Now the family can breathe easier, knowing their crawl space is sealed and the humidity is controlled.
Kevin C. of Rincon, GA had just purchased his house and noticed he needed to address the crawl space. The dirt was exposed, and some of the subfloor insulation was missing. Kevin called the experts at Lowcountry Basement Systems for help.
Lowcountry Basement Systems installed a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System to remove moisture and reduce humidity. Lowcountry Basement Systems also removed the the failing insulation and installed SilverGlo insulation paneling around the interior of the foundation wall to keep the temperature of the crawl space and the subfloor above regulated.
Chris B. of Statesboro, GA and his wife had just purchased their dream home. During the home inspection, the inspector recommended encapsulating the crawl space. Chris called Lowcountry Basement Systems, because he wanted it fixed right the first time and he wanted the peace of mind that comes with the Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System.
Keeping moisture away from the joists, beams and subfloor in the crawl space would prevent a lot of problems for Chris and his wife. Mold, mildew and termites all like moist wood, something Chris wanted to prevent. Lowcountry Basement Systems was able to transform the damp crawl space in a nice dry area in just three days.
Henry W. had sagging floors and noticed cracks appearing in the walls of his Hawkinsville, GA home. This changed the way Henry and his family walked around their home, trying not to make the problem worse. Henry did a search online for options to support his home’s subfloor and fix the cracks; he found Lowcountry Basement Systems.
The Lowcountry Basements Systems team installed a SmartJack System in Henry’s crawl space as well as additional PowerBrace supplemental beams to support, level and stabilize the home’s sagging subfloor. Both systems are designed to support the main beams of the house and lift the subfloor. Henry was thrilled that in one day his house was properly supported.
Lisa G. of Savannah, GA finally had enough of walking around the cupping floors in her house. She had changed her walking patterns to avoid the sinking, squeaking areas, she knew she had to fix the problem. Lisa was also worried about mildew in her crawl space causing health problems. She researched online for causes of floor issues and found LowcountryBasementSystems.com.
Lisa scheduled a free inspection, the inspector from Lowcountry Basement Systems visited Lisa’s home for a thorough inspection. He noted the crawl space had moisture issues which caused the soft spots in the floor. The inspector suggested that Lisa install a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System, to isolate the home from the earth and prevent humidity and water from entering the crawl space. Lisa agreed to have the work done, and within just a few days she noticed a remarkable difference. Her floors were level again and she no longer had to worry about any mildew coming through the floors or vents from her crawl space.
Mike and Michele F. of Savannah, GA recently purchased a home they wanted to remodel. Savings on heating and cooling costs was a priority to the new homeowners, so Mike went online and researched remodeling tips and tricks. He came across LowcountryBasementSystems.com and read about the encapsulation process for crawl spaces which help keep energy costs low. Mike called for a free estimate.
An inspector visited the home and thoroughly evaluated the crawl space and the home above. Mike noted his floors were cold and figured the encapsulation would help with that. The inspector confirmed Mike was correct. A custom solution was put in place for Mike and Michele to seal their crawl space. Over 2,600 square feet of CleanSpace liner was installed as part of the Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System, and SilverGlo rigid foam insulation completed the project. Mike and Michele were thrilled with the results and their next electricity bill!
Mike and Michelle F. of Savannah, GA wanted to remodel their home. But, before they did, they wanted to encapsulate the crawl space to prevent future issues, and they wanted to save money on their electric bill. Mike called the experts at Lowcountry Basement Systems for a free inspection of his crawl space.
Lowcountry Basement Systems recommended installing a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System to protect the foundation of the home. The inspector told Mike to expect a lower electric bill. Mike was thrilled with the results.
Jason W. of Savannah, GA bought a house with a plastic sheet covering most of the crawl space. However, the plastic sheet was not part of a complete moisture removal, and dehumidification system. To be quite frank: the system didn’t work and Jason was unhappy. The moldy joists and beam sank, and foul odors permeated his house.
Jason was not happy and called Lowcountry Basement Systems to determine whether or not the issue could be fixed. Lowcountry Basement Systems was able to help Jason by installing a Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System in his crawl space. Jason thrilled that his problematic crawl space was saved.
During heavy rains, floodwaters can impose extreme loads against foundation walls. The force of floodwaters and waves can cause a foundation wall to cave in or collapse. The most effective way to blunt this destructive force is to provide a path through foundation walls so that water pressure can equalize inside and outside the foundation. SmartVent Flood Vents perform this task.
The owners of this Savannah, GA home noticed musty, moldy smells. They couldn’t find the problem until one day they went in the crawl space and noticed the duct work was sweating. The crawl space was damp, had a foul smell and there were signs of rats living beneath their home.
Lowcountry Basement Systems installed a complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System to reduce the humidity and moisture in the crawl space. With the crawl space sealed off from the earth, mold would not be able to grow and the joists would not continue to rot. After two days the family living in the house noticed the air smelled better and they could breath easier.
Doyal, B. of Culloden, GA had a problem with his floor. It felt weak when he walked over a particular area. The floor was bouncy and he didn't feel comfortable stepping in certain places. Lowcountry Basement Systems stabilized the floor with a SmartJack System, supporting the main beam under the house.