We offer an alternative to crawlspace sealing that will keep the area free of mold, pests, and other problems.
Crawlspace sealing is done many different ways, but not all of them are the lasting solution you want for your Raleigh, North Carolina home. As is the case with most home improvements, if each step is not taken with care, the result will be less than satisfactory. At Turners Underseal, we noticed that many crawlspace encapsulation and waterproofing methods weren’t providing continued and consistent moisture control. In fact, crawlspace sealing creates an environment that produces a toxic stew. We decided to do something about that and came up with a crawlspace dry system process that will let you rest comfortably knowing you have the cleaner, drier, and better-smelling crawlspace that you deserve.
Instead of crawlspace sealing, we offer a dry system process that begins with a thorough examination of the space. We’ll look for any signs of moisture buildup or mold on the joists, insulation, and other surfaces. We’ll take care of any issues that we find, including removing any contaminated materials and resolving any moisture damage. From there, we will apply a protective liner on the ground. This is a three-ply hydrophobic liner that is superior to what is typically used by encapsulation companies. We do not stop there, however. We also close the vents and utilize a specialized dehumidifier that effectively controls humidity and moisture levels. You will never again have to worry about moisture or humidity that can adversely affect far more than just the crawlspace of your home.
Reach out to us today to learn more about our alternative to crawlspace sealing and what makes it the best possible solution for keeping your home free of mold, insect infestations, and other potential outcomes due to high humidity.
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