Crawlspace Sealing

Our dry crawlspace system is far superior to traditional crawlspace sealing or encapsulation.

At Turners Underseal, we understand you may be looking for a solution for the increased humidity you are experiencing inside your home and the musty smell in the crawlspace. If your home has a damp or wet crawlspace, one of the things you might investigate is whether crawlspace sealing or encapsulation is the solution. The good news is that there is actually a better way to achieve a dry crawlspace to prevent mold and other issues.

Crawlspace Sealing

Crawlspace sealing on its own can simply trap moisture, allowing a toxic stew to breed underneath the plastic. In addition, any water or moisture that enters the crawlspace has no chance to drain into the soil, so it stays on top and breeds mold. Our dry crawlspace system doesn’t have this shortcoming. With a multi-ducted dehumidifying distribution system, we ensure that the entire crawlspace stays dry all the time.

There are several reasons why using a system with a dehumidifier in the crawlspace is the better option compared to crawlspace sealing. For one thing, it’s actually a cure for the problem instead of just masking the symptoms. In addition, crawlspace sealing or encapsulation on its own doesn’t necessarily prevent future problems, whereas consistently drying the crawlspace does. The ability to control humidity inside your home on an ongoing basis is definitely a positive outcome.

If you would like to know more about our dry crawlspace system, which is far superior to traditional crawlspace sealing or encapsulation, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re happy to answer your questions so you can make an informed decision as to whether this is the solution you are looking for.

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