Hi, my name is Rob! I founded Complete Home Solutions back in 2001. I worked for years in the remodeling industry where I developed a wealth of industry knowledge and experience. I have a unique ability to understand and diagnose almost any home issue. I am an industry expert and serve as a consultant in a vast array of areas. I hold many licenses and industry certifications, making me the Complete Home Solution's resident Energy guru! I truly has a passion for fixing uncomfortable homes!
My wife, Michelle, and I have dedicated ourselves to growing a company that improves homes -- making them healthier, more comfortable, and more energy efficient.
I pride myself on the employees and their incredible work ethic when it comes to serving our clients. Michelle and I have worked hard to create a team that feels like a family and is committed to our mission.
I truly enjoy personally going out with the crew and talking to our clients to make sure that they are fully satisfied with the work. I value what all of our clients have to say and want to use their feedback to thrive, both as a company and as a team.
In my spare time, I enjoy playing hockey and spending time with my wife, Michelle, and our five children.
This homeowner had an unfinished basement that he was looking to work on. Before he started anything, he wanted to make sure that his walls were insulated right (you definitely don't want to wait until you've dry walled to realize your basement is too cold). Complete Home Solutions came out to check it out. As you can see, there was insulation in the walls, but there was no air sealing. When you have just insulation you're not actually stopping the cold air from coming in. To do this we needed to take out that BATT insulation and apply our closed cell spray foam (which air seals and insulates at the same time). Now this basement is ready to rock n' roll for whatever plans the homeowner has for it.
This customer had a number of comfort problems with his house (all of which we were able to address). One specific issue that he faced was cold floors. We see this issue a lot, so it was relatively easy for us to diagnose. When you have a "cantilever" (which is this overhang off the side of the house), and it's not insulated, it will leak air and cause your floors to feel cold.
CHS knew the perfect solution for this situation. We air sealed the cavities in the cantilever soffit with closed cell spray foam and polysio foam board. We then putt the BATT insulation over top of the spray foam and closed the soffit back up. The homeowner noticed an immediate difference in his floors!