Wet Crawlspace

A wet crawlspace isn’t something you should ignore.

It is a common misconception that a wet crawlspace is something you can do nothing about and that it isn’t that big of a deal. The reality is that mold can activate and colonize in a wet crawlspace, leading to mold damage to your home and potentially cause health problems. In addition, a wet crawlspace raises the humidity in your home, making it uncomfortable and having your air conditioning work harder than it needs to.

Wet Crawlspace

At Turners Underseal, we have a reliable and effective option for homes that have a wet crawlspace. Our unique solution is just what you need to have a healthy environment and protection for your home’s structural integrity. We use a multi-point, dry-air distribution system for dehumidifying that goes far beyond the effectiveness of traditional crawlspace encapsulation. We deal with the moisture that naturally enters the crawlspace so that it cannot get to an excessive level that activates mold and draws insects and rodents.

There are many signs that you have a wet crawlspace besides needing to crawl under there to take a look. If you notice crawlspace odors, have mold inside your home, your air conditioner runs nearly constantly, or your family has been having respiratory issues more often than usual, these could be signs you have a wet crawlspace that has resulted in high humidity and mold colonization. Call us today to have your home assessed and learn more about our unique method for resolving your wet crawlspace issue. You’ll appreciate the peace of mind that comes with knowing your home and family are protected.

At Turners Underseal, we fix wet crawlspaces in Jacksonville, Florida, as well as Waynesville and Asheville, North Carolina.