These guys are straightforward! They came out and inspected our crawlspace and made recommendations that made sense. No high-pressure sales!! We agreed on a system, and it was installed in one day! By the next day, the humidity in the crawlspace was down 10%. I’m impressed so far, but it takes time to get it where it needs to be. I’m looking forward to less humidity in the house and breathing cleaner air! I definitely recommend them if you are having any moisture issues in your crawlspace. Call and ask for Chris.
My parents (Terry and Sheila M.) recently had Turners Underseal install their dry system in their damp, moldy crawlspace. They decided on Turners’ system rather than the encapsulation method because a neighbor had done the encapsulation method a few months ago. The neighbor now has a returning dampness and mold between the encapsulation and floor and foundation. The crew installing the underseal system was competent and fast in the installation and cleaned up nicely upon leaving. Now, just waiting for the system to do its job and eliminate the moisture and mold. Highly recommend!
After just a few weeks, my floors have settled back to their original position. The air in the house is better, and we are very satisfied with their work.
Being a professional engineer registered in North and South Carolina, I have inspected many crawlspaces for structural and foundation issues. In doing so, I have observed spaces under houses that were wet, mold-infested, and had falling insulation and rotting girders, joists and subflooring. The system Chris uses is a different approach than an encapsulated crawlspace. He uses a dehumidifier that keeps the moisture at a constant level and does a great job of sealing the membrane at seams and interface points. It really is a step above any system that just “seals” the crawlspace.