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Jason comes to Saber with previous experience managing and running government construction projects. He also has an extensive background in electrical, plumbing, flooring, and welding. He has also managed a warehouse and managed inventory control.
Since joining Saber, Jason has excelled at the tasks presented to him in foundation repair. He works hard to carry out our mission: “To be the best in our industry and to WOW! our customers every step of the way.” He takes personal responsibility to ensure each customer’s satisfaction on every job and is a valued member of the Saber team. He says the decision to work for Saber is an easy one based on the company's strong dedication to customer service and initiative to exceed customer’s expectations.
When not managing Saber's service calls, Jason enjoys fishing, golfing, and spending time with his family. He enjoys relaxing and participating in numerous activities with his wife and two children.
The Before Picture shows one of the cracks on the interior wall of this Poway home.
The After Picture shows our crew using PolyLEVEL to fill a void that had formed under the home's Foundation. This picture also shows a Push Pier, that will be used to strengthen the home's Foundation after the void is filled.
These Before Picture shows a concrete slab that is sinking.
The After Picture shows the slab after the holes have been drilled, and the PolyLevel Injection Process has filled the void underneath it.
This residence in Oak Park had cracks in the exterior wall.
The Before picture shows the crack in the exterior wall in the home.
The After picture shows an installed Push Pier, that is being pressurized, to stabilize home's foundation.