Let us waterproof your crawlspace.
The crawlspace of your Jacksonville, Florida home is the unoccupied, unfinished area between the ground floor and the first floor that allows access to electrical, pipes and plumbing. You may be wondering why you need to waterproof your crawlspace if you never even go in there. One of the biggest reasons is mold caused by humidity. While many crawlspaces in the Southeast will have some level of mold, allowing it to grow and spread through neglect of your crawlspace could cause damage to the structural integrity of your home and cause indoor air quality and health issues for your family.
You may have heard of crawlspace waterproofing, and while this process does put a barrier between the dirt and the structure, it doesn’t technically completely waterproof the crawlspace because it doesn’t deal with the moisture that naturally comes into the crawlspace. At Turners Underseal, we use an improved method to create a dry environment where mold cannot survive. Our multi-point, dry-air distribution system provides a dehumidifying effect that traditional crawlspace waterproofing methods do not accomplish. Our system controls moisture levels to the point that crawlspace mold becomes unlikely, but we don’t claim that it can completely waterproof your home’s crawlspace. We also install a three-ply hydrophobic liner that helps control the level of moisture in the crawlspace.
Our unique process is effective for preventing crawlspace mold, and if you are in interested in hearing about a method that is superior to traditional crawlspace waterproofing, we recommend you give us a call. We will be happy to answer your questions to help you decide if our system is right for you.