Our system reduces your home’s risk of mold damage.
Most people know that if they have an active mold colony in their home, their health could suffer. But many people don’t recognize that if there is mold damage in their home, it can cause serious structural issues for their property if not rectified quickly. Even though the Greenville, North Carolina area is damp and humid a lot of the year, there are still steps you can take to prevent high humidity and any resulting mold damage in your crawlspace.
We take a nontraditional approach to crawlspace encapsulation and preventing mold damage Our multi-point, dry-air distribution system dehumidifies your crawlspace, which doesn’t let mold have the opportunity to activate at the beginning. When you simply encapsulate your crawlspace, this doesn’t prevent high humidity and mold colonization, especially if you live in an area with high humidity.
Your crawlspace might already have mold damage if you can’t open your windows or sit out on your patio, porch, or deck without retreating because of unpleasant odors coming from your crawlspace. Your crawlspace might also have mold if your home is uncomfortable, your living spaces are always humid, or if your wooden floors have started to buckle.
There’s no reason to panic, but you should call us to inspect your crawlspace and implement effective solutions to dehumidify this space and prevent any additional mold damage. For more information about our approach to dehumidifying crawlspaces and minimizing moisture, contact us at Turners Underseal today.