Crawl space encapsulation is a popular choice for many homeowners in rainy climates who want to improve indoor air quality, protect your crawl space from moisture, and keep energy costs down.
Among the signs that your crawl space might have mold, moisture, or water damage that could lead to structural or air quality issues are:
Torn vapor barriers and vapor barrier puddles mean moisture and possibly unhealthy air quality in your home.
CRAWL SPACE CONDENSATION?
Crawl space condensation can lead to structural damage, mold problems, and increased allergens.
Does your home tend to be humid? It could be a sign of crawl space condensation and moisture.
VENTING YOUR CRAWL SPACE?
Crawl space venting can cause moisture, mold, and rot. We can help you fix these issues and restore healthy air quality.
Wet insulation is a sign of crawl space humidity, and creates the perfect breeding ground for mold and mildew.
WATER IN THE CRAWL SPACE?
Water in your crawl space causes humidity, which can lead to mold and rot.
CRAWL SPACE MOLD ISSUES?
Mold in your crawl space can compromise the air quality in the rest of of your home.
CRAWL SPACE FOUNDATION CRACKS?
Cement foundations can crack vertically, horizontally, or in a stair-step pattern.
Creeking floors and rattling wall hangings may be a sign of a crawl space structural problem.
CRAWL SPACE DOOR ISSUES?
A loose crawl space door can cause high humidity as well as insect and mold problems.
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