Eugene has been working at Basement Systems Quebec since 2007. He started as a foreman and team leader for our installation jobs and became Production director. His main function is to execute work in accordance with the customers’ contracts. He is responsible for our foremen and technicians teams.
From excavation to repairing cracks, Eugene makes sure that all the installations run smoothly and neatly. His previous work experience has proven to be beneficial as he has always done manual work.
Eugene is a hard worker. He is also a very helpful team member. He appreciates his team, enjoys teaching them new things as well as learning from them.
In his free time he loves traveling, cooking as well as fishing.
Mr. Zerczy had only 5 to 10 inches of fiberglass insulation in his attic. The lack of insulation made his house very uncomfortable and he had noticed that the energy costs were getting very high.
Remove the fiberglass insulation in order to seal all air leaks on the attic floor such as joints, holes, and recessed. Install vents all along the soffits to ensure good ventilation of the attic and prevent air from coming into contact with the insulation and then blow a little more than 16 in cellulose fibers to obtain an R-60 value.
Mrs. Barnes bought a new house in Longueuil and following our inspection she had to re-insulate the attic to improve the ventilation and the effectiveness of the insulation. The lack of ventilation caused a lot of humidity in the attic which created mold on the wood and led it to get rotten.
- Seal all air leaks in the attic. With our expanded polyurethane foam, we seal the joints and holes on the floor in order to eliminate air leaks.
- Seal and insulate recessed lights with boxes.
- Add vents to allow controlled ventilation in the attic and prevent air from coming into contact with the insulation.
- Blow a little over 16” of cellulose fibers. Highly effective, safe, and environmentally friendly insulation!
The attic’s insulation of Mr. Gagnon's house was insufficient. There were only 10 in. and less fiberglass mats, which was equivalent to an R-25 value. This made her home uncomfortable, rooms were often too hot in summer and too cold in winter, and her house’s energy costs were very high.
Reinsulate the attic to achieve an R-60 value and thus make the house more comfortable and energy efficient.
We sealed all the air leaks on the attic floor, insulated the duct system as well as the chimney and insulated the vertical wall separating two attic levels. Then we installed vents all the way through the soffits and then blew just over 16” of cellulose fiber.