Jamie has been part of The Drying Co. team since 2015. He began as part of our production team installing our products and solutions and later joined our Sales team as a Home Performance Advisor.
Jamie has over 14 years of experience in the home building industry holding certifications in heavy equipment operation and soil, sediment & erosion certifications. Jamie’s experience allows him a thorough understanding of building science, home construction, and how the earth around the home affects its structure and stability. This understanding allows him to identify root causes of a homeowner’s concerns and develop comprehensive solutions.
Jamie’s day to day includes working with homeowners to understand their goals and developing a custom solution, as well as working with production to execute the project. He enjoys talking to customers and meeting new people every day, Jamie says he “can have a conversation with anyone.”
Jamie joined The Drying Co. in pursuit of a better work environment. He enjoys having great people to work with as well as being able to maintain a work-life balance. Jamie is extremely motivated to learn new things. His career has allowed him to develop his skills and continue to grow as a professional through regular training and is excited to pursue his dreams. He would tell anyone that wants to join our team that “this is a great place to work and a safe and positive environment.”
In his free time, Jamie loves spending time outdoors. He is an avid hunter and fisherman, enjoys doing projects on his home and gardening as well as spending time with his family.
This Midlothian, VA crawl space had some serious mold issues on the joists and subfloor. Check out how we... Watch Video »
The old crawl space door has been replaced with a new door that does not warp, rust, or rot. A friction fit insulated interior door is installed before the exterior door is put on to keep out outside air and moisture.
This vented crawl space in Charles City, VA had falling and damaged insulation, a torn vapor barrier, high relative humidity, and mold growing on the joists. The vents and rim band were sealed and insulated, the sill plate was sealed, a vapor barrier was installed, and spray foam insulation was applied to the walls.