Anthony is a highly skilled and knowledgeable member of our team having been with us for over five years! Prior to coming to work for us Anthony worked in repairing water damage and mold remediation as a certified Applied Microbial Remediation Technician (AMRT) and Water Damage Restoration Technician (WRT).
He came in to the company as a Production Crew Member, moved up to Production Team Lead, and is now our Logistics Manager. As a Logistics Manager he is responsible for planning out each job and what will be needed there, He accounts for every detail on the job from making sure the scheduling works out, to double checking the materials needed. Though Anthony enjoyed his time in the field as a part of a production crew, he really enjoys the independence of the Logistics Manager.
Aside from being a well rounded and experienced part of our team, Anthony is also the 21st century cowboy. In his days off you can find Anthony kayaking, on the back of a motorcycle, ATV, or dirt-bike, and target shooting (along with other manly pastimes like having a beer with the boys).
This Purcellville homeowner was looking for a great way to insulate the basement and have it prepped to finish before putting it on the market for sale. They didn't want to finish the basement completely, but wanted it "ready to finish" so the buyer could build it out as the wished.
Comfenergy found the ultimate solution by using Basement to Beautiful wall panels. These wall panels are insulated with SilverGlo foam and have the metal studs already built into them. Each insulated Basement to Beautiful wall panel is held in place with foam spray insulation, and then secured using long bolts. There are 3 distinct advantages to these wall panels. 1) Once they are installed, the room is ready to be finished because the framing is built in. 2) They provide moisture intrusion control. 3) The Basement to Beautiful panels are infused with anti-microbial materials and will not mold nor mildew.
This Falls Church homeowner called up because she had cold floors and musty smell coming from the crawl space. We insulated the walls with spray foam and put down a vapor barrier, allowing for the upstairs to be more comfortable.
Vertical walls with little/no, or fiberglass insulation on them allow the 130 degree attic heat to radiate through the drywall into a bedroom. SilverGlo foam boards (4" thick) can fix this problem.