Delfino has worked his way up through the company in his 11 years with John's Waterproofing. His former experience in customer service makes him a great communicator for our homeowners. He has extensive knowledge and training of how our systems work as well as why our services are necessary. He regularly assists with training our new staff and his easy going personality and patience are admired by his fellow crew members. He enjoys solving a water problem with installing sump pumps and talking his costumers thru the process. When he is not at work Delfino enjoys going fishing and playing basketball with his kids.
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This crawlspace was dirty, musty and full of stagnant wet air. Our team came in and removed the debris from the crawlspace, provided appropriate drainage and completed the system with our patented SaniDry dehumidifier. Now the air in the home is cleaner and healthier and the crawlspace is safe from mold and rot. Next week this crawlspace will receive spray foam insulation to better regulate the homes temperatures and increase energy efficiency throughout the home.
Crawl space in Vancouver, WA that just wasn't running as efficiently as it should be and needed some updating. A SaniDry XP dehumidifier was installed which helps large areas that are plagued by excess humidity along with SaniDry upper and lower duct kit and CleanSpace, ensuring this customer has a dry clean efficiently running system underneath his house.
Home inspector called due to water being found in crawlspace
This customer called with concerns of his crawlspace. It was sealed properly so dirt, water, and other debris were getting in making a mess. Our team went out and installed a CleanSpace Encapsulation system that will keep his crawlspace clean and dry for years to come.
This customer called about getting an inspection done on their crawlspace. Water and mud were found all over their vapor barrier thru out the crawlspace. Our inspector recommended the CleanSpace Encapsulation System to ensure they wouldn't have any more water or moisture coming in.
The customers had a raccoon visit their home in the spring. Which ended up in the vapor barrier and insulation being torn to pieces.
Customer called with an interest in waterproofing his basement. We installed a super sump and our patented WaterGuard system with a discharge line. That ensures he will not have to worry about basement flooding. We also installed ThermalDry wall that will help keep his walls from moisture and keep heat in.
The customer wanted a solution to water puddling in the basement and to finish the walls. Giving the family reassurance that the basement would be livable and dry, we installed the UltraSump Pump and the WaterGuard System. To give the walls a finished look, we used the Everlast Wall panels.
This customer called because they had water coming into their finished basement. They wanted an inspector to come out and find where the water is coming from and to fix it.
Our inspector Eric went out and found the water had been leaking from the basement window. Water was coming from outside to the window and leaking down the wall to the basement floor. We installed our patented WaterGuard system along the perimeter of the basement floor. To fix the window leaking we installed a window well drain that goes under the window and drains the water to the unseen WaterGuard system. To which drains the water to the Super sump that pumps the water out and away from the house.
This homeowner can now enjoy his finished basement knowing that water isn't leaking into his basement for years to come.
The customer called due to concerns on a small vapor barrier covered crawl space in the basement. There were a very strong musty smell and moldy shelves that were next to it, which were also raising red flags. We encapsulated the small crawl space and got a dehumidifier down in the daylight basement to regulate any unforeseen future humidity problems.
This homeowner had a beautiful finished basement but this last year the wall was softening and has a strange dark area. When our team came out to inspect they discovered that this was due to a large concentration of wet soil behind the basement wall on the exterior. Over time water began to work its way through the concrete wall and now the family risked damage to the finished walls of their home. Our team came in and placed not only a drain system to collect this water but also installed our patented Bright Wall panels to ensure the walls of the basement remained strong for the life of the house.
Water had been leaking in this home in a very deep area of the crawl space. A new SaniDry SuperSump was installed that will pump water out of the basement to help keep it dry.
This customer called because they had water leaking into the basement for the wall. They had started to notice a musty smell in the basement and due to the moisture, they couldn't use their basement for storage. Our crew went out and installed our BrightWall paneling that is waterproof, stain resistant, and easy to clean. It is made of an inorganic material that works as a vapor barrier in the basement. It works along great with our WaterGuard drainage system to keep the basement dry from any further water leaking. The customer was so relieved to have a dry basement and with a growing family can now use their basement to store all their belongings.
The customer was having water leaking into the basement through the walls. Which was creating mold growth along the walls? We cleaned the mold and installed BrightWall paneling to give the room a finished look. Along with WaterGuard to discharge the water out of the basement completely.
The low point was in their driveway, and they wanted something to help prevent it from going into their home. The previous owner had a trench drain installed, but it wasn't deep enough, so the water was flooding out of the drain. So we pulled out the old one and dug it out so it would be 12in x 12in. Giving the water enough space to drain without causing any damage to the garage or home.
By installing the Cleanspace encapsulation system in this crawlsapce, we are able to keep it clean and dry while making the space brighter and easier to move around in.
The customer called due to having their crawl space being encapsulated by another company incorrectly. They had covered the entrance to the second half of the crawlspace. So we re-encapsulated and installed a SuperSump pump to filter out any intrusive water.
Partially done crawlspace was bothering customer, so they called us to finish it
We went out and replaced this old homemade sump pump with a SmartSump sump pump that has a Zoeller 1/3 hp cast-iron pump and is designed for crawl spaces to help remove water and prevent flooding.
Parts of this foundation were in dire need of help and reinforcements. Our team went in and replaced many of these below standard posts with our patented Smart Jacks, guaranteed to never rust and create an unsafe foundation. They also include a superb warranty.
Most of the year this basement was functional, though rather unsightly. Heavy rains brought moisture inside in the winters making the homeowner afraid to use the space at all. Our crew came in and installed Waterguard and BrightWall Panels which made the basement dry and usable. Not to mention it looked much better.
During the winter season, the owners of the home noticed that there was more water seeping into their crawl space than any other time of the year. So we did a basic 6 mil vapor barrier installment with spray foam insulation.
Due to excessive moisture this foundation support is cracking and giving way. Thankfully our team was there to replace it with a SmartJack so a sinking home will not be a worry for them.
Although we recommend a full encapsulation system this vapor barrier replacement still looks pretty good and will help a home be sale ready.
This crawlspace was wet, humid and had visible heavy mold on the beams. They opted to have the entire space cleaned and treated. This included removing the falling insulation and replacing it with rigid foam insulation, installing drainage, as well as a dehumidifer to keep the space well conditioned and prevent any possible further damage.
The customer has a split level ranch style home with a partially finished basement that was starting to get water intrusion. He had tried to dig his own trench for a makeshift drainage system. Which had helped for a short time, but was not working in the long run. We installed our patented Total Basement Finishing System. Keeping the basement dry and with beautiful, dark walnut insulated flooring.
During the nasty winter of 2017 we had many calls to our office from people who were having water flooding into their basements and crawlspaces. this home was no exception. Sometimes when things like this happen some home owners improvise until we can make it out to the home. That’s exactly what this homeowner did, he put a make shift sump pump in the crawl to at least minimize the water coming in. you can see in the before picture that it helped, but definitely was not a permanent solution to this homeowner’s problem. Our crew came in cleaned up the crawl installed a more efficient sump pump in a proper low point spot of the crawlspace along with a back-up battery and dehumidifier. It was also encapsulated without Cleanspace system to help keep out any water or moisture. Later on our crew came back out to finish putting in spray foam insulation.
This crawlspace in Lebanon was your typical crawlspace in terms of water and moisture and falling insulation. Our crew installed our patented CleanSpace System to finish the space and make it look amazing!
When this customer called our office they said they needed their sump pump serviced because they didn't think it was working properly. Our inspector came out and after seeing their "sump pump" recommended our Triple Safe Sump pump with battery back up. In addition to that, they also installed a full CleanSpace system.
When Robin first inspecte this house, he knew there were big problems. Not only was the vapor barrier torn and not covering the ground, improper drain lines were directing water under the home. This excessive water lead to rot in already improperly positioned posts. Our team proceeded to install a proper drainage system, replace rotted post, and encapsulate the space. this made it dry and healthy for our home owners.
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