We can install a dehumidifier in your crawlspace without encapsulation, including a durable hydrophobic liner and a multi-point dry air distribution system.
Excess moisture or humidity in any part of your home is concerning as it can cause significant damage and impact the quality of the air you breathe due to an increased risk of mold growth. A crawlspace is an area of a home that is especially susceptible to moisture because of its positioning beneath the main level. Any water leaks tend to move downward, settling in the crawlspace, where they can spread, often undetected. That moisture can lead to mold growth and an infestation of pests, as well as damage to other parts of the house. It’s important to take action to reduce this risk, but it’s also helpful to know what options are available and most effective.
Although many property owners opt for crawlspace encapsulation, this method isn’t always as effective as people hope. You could still end up with moisture damage after the service is complete, and this can create a serious problem because there is no system in place to deal with the moisture. This is where we come in at Turners Underseal. We can install a dehumidifier in the crawlspace without encapsulation, which is an incredibly effective alternative to waterproofing or encapsulation services. Installing a dehumidifier in your crawlspace without encapsulation deals with the moisture to reduce the risk of spreading and mold growth.
The dehumidifier that we can install in your crawlspace without encapsulation includes a durable hydrophobic liner and a multi-point dry air distribution system. If you’re located in or near Greenville, North Carolina, contact us to request more information or a cost estimate for this system in your crawlspace.