Instead of crawlspace waterproofing, contact us to learn more about our effective solution.
If you’re looking into crawlspace waterproofing, you’re probably concerned about moisture impacting the safety of your living space or you’ve already experienced an issue with excess moisture. However, what you may not learn from companies that offer this service is that full waterproofing is essentially impossible, so even if you have the space encapsulated, it could still be impacted by water damage. Our team at Turners Underseal takes a different and better approach to crawlspace waterproofing by installing components that manage and eliminate moisture when it pops up, rather than trying to prevent it from ever entering the space.
Our dehumidifying method is incredibly effective at stopping water damage before it spreads to other parts of the home. Excess moisture in your crawlspace can be frustrating, as it can lead to an increase in pest problems and a risk of mold growth, but when the water spreads to the rest of your living area, it can become more than just a frustration. Water is incredibly damaging and moves fast, destroying just about anything in its path. By addressing the moisture at the source with our effective solutions, you don’t have to worry about it spreading to other areas of the house.
Don’t waterproof, use our multi-point dry system
We utilize a powerful three-ply hydrophobic liner paired with a multi-point dry-air distribution system. When used together, these methods help to address and eliminate moisture in the space. You don’t have to worry about mold growth impacting your indoor air or moisture spreading all over the house from the crawlspace. Instead of crawlspace waterproofing, contact us to learn more about our effective solution that is available to property owners in and near Greenville, North Carolina.
Crawlspace Waterproofing FAQs
Crawlspace services are not usually something that you think about very often. Because the crawlspace is an area that is out of the way, you probably neglect it or even forget about it. Here at Turners Underseal, we work with homeowners who have homes of all ages, and we can help ensure that your crawlspace is well-cared for, allowing it to better care for your home. Crawlspace waterproofing is a service that many people need, particularly in areas of high humidity. We answer many questions about crawlspace waterproofing and would like to take the opportunity to assist you in this matter:
Is crawlspace waterproofing right for me?
In nearly every case, yes! Crawlspace waterproofing is not just for people who have had moisture or mold problems in their crawlspace in the past, but for anyone who is looking to prevent problems from occurring.
How do I know if I need crawlspace waterproofing?
If you have a crawlspace, then you can benefit from crawlspace waterproofing. Particularly important in areas with high humidity levels, crawlspace waterproofing can help prevent your flooring from becoming warped and cracking, as well as prevent mold buildup and improve your indoor air quality.
What is the difference between waterproofing and encapsulation?
Encapsulation of your crawlspace is the installation of a plastic sheeting barrier that keeps mold spores from being released into the air. However, it does not treat the humidity and can still be problematic if there are high humidity levels in the air. Crawlspace waterproofing utilizes strong liners made from three-ply hydrophobic sheeting along with a powerful dry air distribution system.