Tony has been part of The Drying Co. team since 2009. Prior to joining The Drying Co. team, Tony had 15 years of construction experience as a Custom Home Building Superintendent. His certifications include;
His daily focus is on solving the Homeowner’s comfort and indoor air quality concerns. He enjoys that every day is different, and he has the opportunity to meet new people and develop custom solutions to solve a variety of concerns. As a Technical Advisor, Tony also does ride-alongs with our Home Performance Advisors to develop their skills and techniques to ensure our employees are getting the support and training they need to best serve our customers.
Tony joined The Drying Co for “the opportunity to work for a company that provides solutions for each individual customer and that makes every day a new day.” Since then, the employees of The Drying Co. have become his work family.
Tony is always learning new techniques and approaches to hone his craft. He would tell any potential applicant that wanted to join The Drying Co. family that this is a fantastic work environment with a supportive team mentally. Every employee's opinions for company and job improvement is encouraged to be voiced. He is proud to say, "as a company, we truly strive to operate within our vision, mission, and value statements!!"
In his free time, Tony enjoys playing soccer, wakeboarding, hunting and fishing, playing with his grandchildren, and spending time with his wife and children.
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This crawl space had evidence of water infiltration, mold, and a deteriorating vapor barrier. After removing all debris and treating the mold, we installed the CleanSpace Encapsulation System. CleanSpace, a 20-mil vapor barrier that is poly-string reinforced and contains an antimicrobial called UltraFresh is installed. It is laid on the crawl space floor and fastened to the walls six inches above the outside grade (to direct any moisture entering through the cinderblock down to the earth) and wrapped around piers. All seams are overlapped and sealed to isolate the crawl space off from the earth's moisture.