Prior to joining the Coastal team in 1993, John worked for a trucking company as well as owned a bakery for 7 years.
John started at Coastal in his youth as a truck driver. His hard work ethic, reliability, organizational skills and great attitude provided him what he needed to move up the ranks in the organization. John is a logistical specialist which made him the right fit to oversee the shipping and receiving department. His skills as a forklift trainer and being a Certified Motor Vehicle Instructor also made him perfect for the role.
His negotiating skills were used to get Coastal the best prices on the many miscellaneous products that the company purchases.
In addition to his current responsibilities, John took on the very important responsibility of being in charge of the production department.
John is an incredibly valuable part of the team and his loyalty and hard work has allowed him to rise to the top.
In John’s free time he enjoys spending time with his wife and kids. Also is very involved in martial arts and has been an instructor since 1984.
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Not only do we install batts, but our professional field workers also "prep" the job by air sealing all penetrations. Now this new house is insulated and ready for a new family!
This home in Monroe, NJ home was recently built. It was bare without any walls yet - mostly just the frame! However, before this family can get to painting walls and decorating their new home, they need insulation. A home without properly installed insulation is bound to have just as many issues as a home without insulation at all. They decided to call Coastal Insulation to do the job, and do it right!
When it comes to insulating your home, you want to make sure you pick the right insulation for your needs. Some people choose Spray Foam insulation and some Rigid insulation. It is good to assess what is best for your home depending on your location and personal preferences. This homeowner was pleased with their choice and happy to move forward in building their home!
This home in Point Pleasant Beach was experiencing uneven temperatures throughout the home. We decided to evaluate the attic and discovered old, worn fiberglass insulation. Insulation without a high R-value is almost like not having insulation at all! Air leaks through the cracks in the attic, and so does money.
We recommended our Tru-Soft cellulose insulation. We cleaned out the debris in the attic and got to work. Luckily cellulose insulation can be blown in on top of the already existing insulation, it has a high R-value, and fills in all of the gaps of the attic nicely.
Now these homeowners are spending less on their energy bills!
New and old homes need proper fiberglass installation techniques. From the way they are installed around wires, junction boxes, plumbing pipes and more... there are certain tricks to the trade to make your insulation much more effective. Air sealing the substrate and any wire or plumbing penetrations are vital to having a successful building system!
Things happen throughout a building's lifetime. Construction, new wires, upgrades of all sorts. This building has gone through a major reconstruction effort. It is begining to look very swank!! The old foam held up pretty good as well.
Coastal Insulation was on site, making repairs and adding spray foam to areas it was not before!!!