Hello. My name is Anthony and I am Operations Manager at Tar Heel Basement Systems. I have worked with this great company for a decade now. I began as a foreman, working with a great team installing several types of projects.
I grew up in Wilkes County, NC and moved to Boone shortly after high school. I now live in Ronda, NC closer to our Winston-Salem office. I have a wonderful wife and two children that keep me busy when I am not at work. I also love sports and am constantly cheering for my favorite team, Duke (even though I work at TAR HEEL Basement Systems).
My main goal is to make sure each one of our customers is 100% satisfied with our work.
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Patsy & Grant W. of Clemmons, NC
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Kathy & Gary F. of Lexington, NC
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This home in Greensboro, NC had (4) basement windows that were inefficient and unattractive. The homeowner was concerned that the poorly constructed windows that were currently in the basement would let in cold outside air in the winter, and warm humid air in the summer which causes condensation on the cold surfaces in the basement. Tar Heel Basement Systems installed (4) EverLast Basement Window Inserts in the existing metal window frames of this brick home in Greensboro, NC. The EverLast … Continue readingEnergy Efficient Windows That Look Great
This home in High Point, NC had carpet throughout the living room and laminate florring in the kitchen area. While walking through the house, the homeowner could feel a drop in the floor level in certain areas. This home was about to be put on the market to sell so the home inspector pulled back the carpet to see what the issues was. Sure enough, part of the slab had sunk close to an inch which caused a crack below … Continue readingCracked Foundation Slab Lifted in High Point, NC Home
This home in High Point, NC had a sinking concrete slab that had dropped more than 2 inches. The homeowner had already tried the mudjacking technique prior to calling Tar Heel Basement Systems, but that was only a temporary fix. Over time, the slab settled once again. Tar Heel Basement Systems was able to lift and stabilize this home’s concrete slab once and for all using PolyRenewal polymer injection.
The homeowner wanted to turn this ugly basement into a usable space by finishing it. Tar Heel Basement System installed inorganic wall panels along the walls of the basement. The wall panel is the best solution for finishing any basement because it includes X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation insulation. Additionally, the existing windows were framed and finished magnetic panels covered the circuit box. Lastly, a linen tile drop ceiling was installed to cover the exposed insulation in this basement.
The thin 6mil vapor barrier under this Blowing Rock, NC home was failing to protect the living area above from summer humidity entering the space. Moisture from the ground was rising up into the living area of the home creating a musty odor. Tar Heel Basement Systems replaced the thin vapor barrier and installed the 20mil CrawlSeal Encapsulation System to prevent the home from negative effects of moisture.
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