Crawlspace Encapsulation

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Our dehumidifying methods give you better results than crawlspace encapsulation.

When you are looking at crawlspace encapsulation, you likely are trying to find ways to protect your home from problematic mold growth or moisture issues that can arise when you have moisture in your crawlspace. Here at Turners Underseal, we believe in our methods of crawlspace protection and feel that they are a step above crawlspace encapsulation in both treatment and prevention.

Sewage

There are many homes that have dirt crawlspaces, both new and historic. We have high humidity levels in this area as well, which makes these dirt crawlspaces particularly hazardous in terms of the quality of your indoor air and risk of mold growth opportunities. With our dehumidifying methods, we are able to surpass the results of standard crawlspace encapsulation.

Moldy crawlspace with stringy wet insulation.

While crawlspace encapsulation is better than nothing, it doesn’t address one of the most serious issues with your crawlspace: the humidity. With our dehumidifying methods, we install thick, plastic sheeting strategically throughout the crawlspace and then install specialized ducted dehumidifiers to dry and clean your air. Rather than relying on old methods of circulation for your crawlspace that draw in moist air, our methods treat and clean the air, ensuring it won’t harm the living spaces above or invite mold growth in your space.

Our methods for creating a cleaner, drier crawlspace surpass those of crawlspace encapsulation, and we would love to show you the results. If you have questions about our variety of services, we want to hear from you. For more information, please give us a call today.


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