Underneath many of the homes in the Southeast is a dirt crawlspace. Because of the excess humidity and warm temperatures we experience through most of the year, our crawlspaces can be vulnerable to problems with moisture intrusion and mold. In an effort to combat this problem, many homeowners opt for crawlspace encapsulation to create a barrier between the moisture and their crawlspace. However, crawlspace encapsulations do not dehumidify the area.
Here at Turners Underseal, we are proud to offer a superior solution to crawlspace moisture issues. Our strategic methods help to not only block out moisture, but to also dehumidify and clean the air, producing better air quality for your home and more effectively preventing issues with mold and other moisture-related problems. Our strategic methods include sealing vents, installing thick plastic sheeting in key points throughout your crawlspace, and installing specialized ducted dehumidifiers that will continuously clean and dry the air in your crawlspace.
Our company has a great deal of experience in offering crawlspace protection and air quality improvement solutions. We also take great pride in the integrity of our business and our customer service. We’ve earned loyal customers because we are open and transparent in our communications and we do what we promise to do.
If you need a solution for your crawlspace, we want you to know that crawlspace encapsulation is not the only option. We’d love to talk further with you about our crawlspace protection strategies and show you why so many people have found our dehumidification service to be a superior solution. Call us today.