Crawl Space Repair Norfolk, VA
Bay Crawlspace and Foundation Repair based in Virginia Beach, VA is a fully licensed and insured crawl space repair contractor with years of experience in repairing problem crawl spaces like yours with professionalism and expert results. Based on years of experience in the crawl space repair industry in Norfolk, VA and the rest of Hampton Roads, we consider ourselves the best you can get and know you will too!
Fully Licensed and Insured with Years of Crawl Space Repair Experience!
When we inspect your crawl space, we create an accurate drawing of your home and take photos to give you the “virtual tour” of your crawl space. We do not practice high pressure sales… You simply receive expert advice with outstanding solutions! We promise our prices are extremely fair… You simply cannot get the quality we offer for the affordability it comes with.
You Simply Cannot Get the Quality We Offer For the Affordability!
In Norfolk, the soil holds moisture all year around. This combined with the humid conditions of our summers causes many moisture problems in a crawl space. This is our specialty. We install variations of vapor barriers, encapsulation, seal up foundation vents, dehumidifiers, french drains, sump pumps, and insulation with expert results.
Bay Crawlspace and Foundation Repair services the following Zip Codes: 23501, 23502, 23503, 23504, 23505, 23506, 23507, 23508, 23509, 23510, 23511, 23512, 23513, 23514, 23515, and all other Norfolk, VA areas. This includes the follow neighborhoods and areas: Downtown Norfolk, Ocean View, Freemason District, Ghent, Highland Park, Lafayette Shores, Lakewood, Lamberts Point, Meadowbrook, Poplar Halls, Riverpoint, Riverview, Sewell’s Point, Tidewater, Wards Corner, and Willoughby Spit.
Norfolk Virginia Craw Space
Recent Completed Crawl Space Repair Projects in Norfolk, VA:
River Oaks Drive:
Norfolk, VA 23502
Description– This newly purchased home had over $15,000 in structural repairs before the closing date but unfortunately nothing was done about the source of the problem… the moisture! After finding some nasty conditions, we settled on an encapsulation system to manage the humidity and moisture. All of the piers were wrapped with a 12 mil fiberglass reinforced vapor barrier, the ground was covered 100% and sealed up with our specialty waterproofing tape, and the crawl space is being conditioned by a dehumidifier. They now have a clean, dry and healthy crawl space!
Sawyers Mill Crossing:
Norfolk, VA 23505
Description– This home consistently had puddles of soggy grass near their AC units every summer for 10 years. The condensation, moist ground, and lack of grade away from the home kept that area always wet. We installed a 15′ french drain behind the AC units, installed a sump pump, and ran the discharge over 75′ to a mini dry-well to keep that area ALWAYS dry.
Norfolk, VA 23508
Description– Just about every problem you can imagine! Standing water, high wood moisture, mold, fungus, rotten wood, no vapor barrier, sloping floors, etc. Imagine going from the worst crawl space imaginable to a pleasant, clean and healthy crawl space. It’s impressive what completely cleaning out a crawl space, installing a new vapor barrier, and installing a full drainage system with sump pumps can do to keep a crawl space clean, dry, and healthy!
Norfolk, VA 23515
Description– A classic tragedy of the common misconceptions of crawl space repair. This home owner had his crawl space moisture worked on by his pest control company. Throughout the years, they had sold him 3 custom exhaust fans for his foundation vents, one industrial size blower unit to provide ventilation, and a poorly installed vapor barrier. After Thousands of Dollars spent on faulty and un-reliable moisture solutions as well as spending over $8,000 on structural repair due to wood rot, he finally decided to encapsulate his crawl space. He’s now thrilled to know that his crawl space will stay clean and dry, all the time!
Norfolk, VA 23502
Description– Traditional case of a nasty crawl space turned beautiful with a crawl space encapsulation. There was plenty of evidence of wood moisture, the insulation was falling down, signs of wood rot were present, as well as some smaller microbial growth. We nipped the moisture problem before it could cause any significant damage. We only had to replace one main girder beam section but the crawl space encapsulation turned out immaculate! Moisture problem gone!