Andrew Gagliardi

Quality 1st Basements

Title: System Design Specialist

Hometown: Bradley Beach, NJ

Andrew Gagliardi from Quality 1st Basements

Andrew has been involved in home improvement since high school, working with his father and brother to remodel their home and cabins in upstate New York.  He has worked installing pools and volunteered to help victims of Hurricane Sandy rebuild their homes. Andrew also has over 25 years of experience in International Sales. He has degrees in Business and Applied Sciences graduating from Minot State University. He has good understanding of the importance of providing a thorough inspection to make sure all of the homeowners’ concerns are addressed. He enjoys helping homeowners keep their homes safe.  

In his spare time, Andrew goes golfing, fishing, and helps his children work on their homes. He loves spending time with his granddaughter, Riley.

Before and after photos from jobs I've worked on:
  • Side Concrete  Patio Raised with PolyLevel
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    Side Concrete  Patio Raised with PolyLevel
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    Side Concrete Patio Raised with PolyLevel

    Check out this before and after of a sinking concrete patio that was raised back towards its original level using our concrete raising solution, PolyLevel. Using special equipment, our PolyLevel team injects the foam underneath the slab raising it back to level. 

  • Sidewalk Settlement in Brooklyn, NY
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    Sidewalk Settlement in Brooklyn, NY
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    Sidewalk Settlement in Brooklyn, NY

    This homeowner living in Brooklyn had found that their sidewalk had settled about one inch causing a tripping hazard. Looking for a solution, the homeowner discovered Quality 1st Basement while searching the internet. System Design Specialist, Andrew Gagliardi, assessed the homeowner's issue and recommended PolyLevel as a solution. The Project Manager and his crew injected PolyLevel into the sidewalk raising it back up. PolyLevel is long-lasting meaning the homeowner wont have to worry about his sidewalk ever settling again.  

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