We can install a system that gives you the dry crawlspace needed to maintain the safety and health of your home.
If you’ve ever dealt with moisture in your crawlspace, you can attest to the frustration and worry that this situation can bring. Unfortunately, the placement of a crawlspace beneath the main level of a house makes it a prime location for moisture accumulation. Even a small leak or flood can cause water to spread into this area. Since most people don’t spend a lot of time in their crawlspace, excess moisture often goes undetected and leads to other issues, such as an influx of pests and mold growth. A dry crawlspace is a must to maintain a safe and healthy atmosphere for those in the home, and it’s something our team at Turners Underseal can help you achieve.
You may be familiar with crawlspace encapsulation, which is a process that seals off the space to reduce the risk of moisture going into it. However, no crawlspace can be truly waterproof, which means this process doesn’t always yield great results. Our approach to maintaining a dry crawlspace involves dealing with any moisture that comes into the space, rather than trying (and failing) to keep it from entering at all. We apply a three-ply hydrophobic liner to the exterior of the space, complemented by our dry-air distribution system that keeps humidity levels under control.
How to keep your crawlspace dry
If your home is in or around Greenville, North Carolina and you’re interested in maintaining a dry crawlspace, contact us to schedule a consultation. We can install a system that gives you the dry crawlspace needed to maintain the safety and health of your home.
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