We have a comprehensive solution to moisture problems for residential and commercial properties. Our expert crawlspace moisture remediation includes installing crawlspace drainage, a moisture barrier, a sump pump, an encapsulation system, a dehumidification system, and waterproofing system.
Moisture is always associated with wet crawlspaces and water pooling. You know you have water issues when you see ponding water, water marks on the foundation and surfaces, water on top of moisture barriers, and water marks on the soil. Usually, a sump pump installation and French drain design can help fix this issue. But for better results, it pays off to schedule a FREE inspection from our professionals.
It is essential to maintain a wood moisture content level of 20% in the crawlspace. The correct thickness of the barrier will help achieve this level. Our moisture barrier installation service usually uses ten-mil. polyethylene barriers spiked to the ground and taped along the overlapped seams to keep it steady.
Encapsulation seals your crawlspace, leaving no chances for moisture and water damage. Encapsulation includes removing all water, installing a drainage system, putting down a new vapor barrier, applying spray foam insulation, sealing all vents and doors, and installing a crawlspace dehumidifier to remove any extra moisture in the air.
Crawlspaces separate homes from the damp soil, making them more prone to excessive moisture. Thankfully, with the help of a crawlspace dehumidifier, you don’t have to worry about moisture buildup and all its related effects on your health and property. A crawlspace dehumidifier offers automated humidity control, moisture control, and mold growth prevention and allows for healthy air in the living area.
Crawlspace vent insulation and a vent cover help keep humidity at the proper level inside your crawlspace. By sealing off ventilation, you are preventing outside air from getting inside your home. Additionally, it keeps the indoor air quality high, thus making your place more suitable and safer for everyone.
Even if your crawlspace appears perfectly fine, water leakage chances are still high, especially for older homes or buildings with minimal maintenance checks. By undergoing crawlspace waterproofing, you can reduce or eliminate the risks of health issues and structural damages and ensure that you have a comfortable and safe indoor atmosphere.