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Should I Get Multiple Crawl Space Inspections?

Posted April 20, 2017 Comments are off |Crawl Space Repair, Foundation Repair

Should I Get Multiple Crawl Space Inspections

It’s up to you but we recommend getting a minimum of two crawl space inspections & estimates! You could save THOUSANDS! But be aware, getting estimates can be confusing. A novice crawl space inspector or an ineffective explanation can leave you confused or unsure of the right thing to do. Old methods of crawl space […]

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Health Effects of Crawl Space Mold

Posted April 11, 2017 Comments are off |Crawl Space Repair

Health Effects of Crawl Space Mold

Mold in homes could be airborne and growing in moist and dark places like your crawl space. Crawl spaces are extremely vulnerable to mold and mildew due to elevated humidity levels and overall crawl space moisture.

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The Truth About French Drains

Posted July 8, 2015 Comments are off |Crawl Space Repair

French Drains

French drains are an outstanding method of managing groundwater and even rainwater in some instances. The keys to a successful french drain are proper system design and installation. There’s a right way to design a drainage plan and there’s a wrong way, just like there’s a right way to install it and a wrong way.

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Does Your Ductwork Sweat?

Posted July 1, 2015 Comments are off |Crawl Space Repair

Does Your Ductwork Sweat

If your HVAC is in the crawl space then most likely, the answer is yes! When warm humid air comes in contact with a cool surface, moisture forms as condensation droplets. These droplets continue all throughout the summer forming continuous puddles under many homes.

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Where Does Crawl Space Moisture Come From?

Posted June 10, 2015 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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