Dehumidifier in Crawlspace Without Encapsulation

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Let us take care of your crawlspace moisture issues.

At Turners Underseal, we approach the subject of crawlspaces differently. We know that it is impossible to completely waterproof a crawlspace, because moisture and humidity are naturally occurring, especially in the warm, humid climate of the Southeastern United States. Instead of performing crawlspace encapsulation and telling our customers that their crawlspace has been waterproofed, we have developed a different system to improve the condition of your crawlspace. Our complete dry air system uses a dehumidifier in your crawlspace without encapsulation. It also includes an advanced liner but doesn’t try to seal your crawlspace completely or cover 100% of the bottom of your crawlspace. Each crawlspace is different, so we also sometimes seal certain vents in the crawlspace if deemed necessary.

Dehumidifier in Crawlspace Without Encapsulation

Integrity is important to us, and so is the quality of our work. That’s why we offer free honest estimates for our unique system. The pricing does vary depending on the number of dehumidifiers needed to keep your crawlspace dry, the amount of duct liner, drain line and insulation board needed for the job and the labor required to do the job well. With years of experience and a deep understanding of the problems of traditional encapsulation, we developed our method of placing a dehumidifier in your crawlspace without encapsulation because we are confident that it will give you the best long-term results.

When you use a dehumidifier in your crawlspace without encapsulation, you can reduce or eliminate mold growth. This protects the structural integrity of your home and improves the air quality inside your space. Our unique method gives you better results. To learn more or to schedule your estimate, give us a call today.

At Turners Underseal, we install dehumidifiers in crawlspaces without encapsulation in Jacksonville, Florida, as well as Waynesville and Asheville, North Carolina.