Instead of crawlspace encapsulation, we install a multi-point dry-air distribution system for dehumidification.
If you’re familiar with the process of crawlspace encapsulation, you may think it’s the only method available to reduce moisture levels in the crawlspace of a structure. Although this method can work to manage moisture, it’s certainly not the only method, nor is it the most effective. At Turners Underseal, we take a different approach to controlling moisture in the crawlspace, and it’s incredibly effective. Our methods deal with the moisture that naturally comes into the space, which lessens the concern of extensive moisture damage.
No crawlspace can ever truly be waterproof, which is why crawlspace encapsulation can be a bit misleading to property owners. Moisture can still find its way into the lower level of the home, and without a system in place to manage the moisture, you could end up with significant property damage and an increased risk of mold growth and pest infestations. By having our Dry System installed in your crawlspace, you can reduce these risks by ensuring that the space is equipped to manage and eliminate any moisture that enters this part of the home.
How to keep your crawlspace dry
Instead of crawlspace encapsulation, we install a multi-point dry-air distribution system for dehumidification. Another part of our system is a three-ply hydrophobic liner that controls the moisture levels in the area in which it is installed. Our approach is more effective at keeping the space dry, and it’s available to those located in and around Greenville, North Carolina. If you have questions or would like to request an estimate, contact us to get started.
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