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6 Reasons to Stay on Top of Crawl Space Moisture Control

Posted March 31, 2020 Comments are off |Crawl Space

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It’s a dark, forgotten area of your home that you only enter when something has gone wrong and you’re trying to fix it. Perhaps a plumbing pipe needs to be replaced or you need to repair some electrical wiring. When you go down there, you may be surprised to discover it’s as wet as your […]

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Should I be Concerned About Sloping Floors?

Posted March 24, 2020 Comments are off |Crawl Space Repair

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Most foundation repair jobs cost between $5,000 to $10,000 in the United States.  One of the most common signs of foundation problems is sloping floors. Not all sloping floors are a sign that substantial repairs are needed, and they are caused by a host of normal conditions.  Even so, it may be worth having an […]

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What’s That Smell? Here’s Why You Have a Musty Crawl Space Smell

Posted March 17, 2020 Comments are off |Crawl Space

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Imagine sitting at home enjoying your evening only to notice a terrible odor filling the room and your nostrils.  If the pungent stench isn’t coming from your body or dinner, then have you checked your crawl space? Your musty crawl space smell might be the reason you and your guests look for reasons to leave […]

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10 Critical Signs You Might Have Foundation Issues

Posted March 10, 2020 Comments are off |Foundation Repair

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There are a lot of household problems that can be swept under the rug for “future you”. One set of problems that you don’t want to ignore, however, is foundation issues. Foundation issues can ruin a house if left untreated, and they need to be addressed sooner rather than later. It’s best to identify them as […]

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Where Does Crawl Space Moisture Come From?

Posted February 4, 2020 Comments are off |Crawl Space Repair, Foundation Repair

Crawl space moisture typically comes from three different sources: 1. The Earth- The Earth constantly releases moisture into the air which results in higher relative humidity. This is why, at a minimum, you should have a 6-mil or 12-mil poly vapor barrier covering 100% of the ground. This can prevent the need for remedial measures […]

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