Serving Anaheim, Long Beach, San Diego & Southern CA
Jason grew up in Torrance, CA in a family-oriented home with two brothers and one sister. After graduating high school, he worked for his brother's computer distrubution business. He moved to NYC to continue sales in technology advertising, starting his own video production business. In 2013, he moved back to California and entered the home improvement field.
Since joining Saber, Jason has completed comprehensive training in designing solutions for our customers foundation repair, crawl space repair, concrete leveling and soil stabilization. He is a Certified Foundation Repair Specialist.
Our mission is: “To be the best in our industry and to ‘Wow’ our customers every step of the way”. Jason takes personal responsibility to ensure each customer’s satisfaction on every job and he is a valued member of the Saber team.
Jason enjoys working out at the beach, cooking for family and friends and singing.
The Before picture shows a tile patio. The homeowner was replacing tiles that were cracking.
the After picture shows Installed Push Piers stabilizing the home. This home was settling. The sinking foundation was causing the cracks in the walls and patio tiles breaking.
The Before picture shows a Crawlspace that has no support posts and sagging floors.
The After picture shows the installation of all metal Smart Jacks. These posts stabilized and leveled this home's floor.
The Before picture shows a old wood post that is failing to support this home's floor.
The After picture shows Saber adding new Smart Jacks to fix and stabilize the sagging floor issue.
The Before picture shows the crawlspace of a home. The connection between foundation and the home hasn't been strengthened with Seismic Retrofit components.
The After picture shows a Universal Foundation Plate, and a A35 Framing Angle, strengthening the connection of the foundation to the home.
The Before picture shows a home that hasn't been retrofitted.
The After picture shows the home with the Seismic Universal Foundation Plate and the Framing Angle. These components strengthen the home, and foundation.
The Before Picture shows the crawlspace of a home, in California, that hasn't been Seismic Retrofitted.
The After Picture shows one of the three components used in Seismic Retrofitting. This is a Universal Foundation Plate, This strengthens the connection between the Foundation and it's mudseal. The A35 Framing Angle strengthens the bond between the Mudseal and the Home. These two components keep the home from sliding off of it's Foundation in the event of a earthquake.
The Before Picture shows a hole that Saber's crew excavated in preparation for Push Pier Installation.
The After Picture shows The Push Pier being installed to the base of the home's Foundation.
The Before picture shows a crawlspace without enough support posts. The homes floors were sagging.
The After picture shows all metal Smart Jacks added to level this home's floors.
The Before picture shows a Crawlspace before it has had the CleanSpace installed.
The After picture shows the CleanSpace installation for a vapor barrier.
The Before Picture shows a Cracked Walkway. This is a Trip Hazard.
The After Picture shows the crack being repaired by filling a void with Polyurethane. Then the crack was filled and sealed with Nexus Plus Process.
The Before Picture shows a tile Patio with cracks in it, before the PolyLevel Injection.
The After Picture shows the patio after PolyLevel was injected into a void that had formed under the concrete base of this patio.
The crawlspace support posts originally didnt have the seismic retrofit brackets that are shown in the after picture.
The Before Picture shows what the homeowner found ,when they decided to remodel their home. Their home's foundation was starting to crumble.
The shifting soils, in Ventura, had caused voids under the foundation. The After Picture shows one, of several Push Piers, that were used to bring the foundation to a consistant elevation.