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This is an installation of our Turners Underseal system in another tight crawlspace. On this side, we are installing our area liner and closing most of the vents and then in the following week will install our ducted dehumidifier system in the same area. The other side of the house will also have our system installed in it after a remodeling contractor removes some of the floor and does plumbing work.

This is a tight crawlspace where the access is 20 feet underneath this rear deck. We just installed our ducted dehumidifier system in this first large space. On the other side is our one ducted unit for this smaller space.

Turners Underseal  installation of our Dry system in a crawlspace that he has much mold on 1200 ft.² of subflooring that had been replaced due to moisture damage. Ground plastic had been laid on the entire bottom of the crawlspace and quite a bit of water had accumulated on top of it contributing to further mold growth on the newer wood. Our four ducted dehumidifier system will solve this problem completely.

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Turners Underseal installs in a crawlspace by going through small basement access, very tight crawlspace with many heating and air ducts in the space. Our unit has four ducts off of it to spread dry air through the entire space.  This is one of the more difficult installations that we do.

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this is an installation in a home right by the water where we are prepping the liner before we install it along with the three duct dry system. The house has had extreme moisture issues with cracked walls mold in some rooms some damage to the floor.

Here we have an installation of our ducted dehumidifier

System in a house very close to the water, Jimmy is working on the install right now, the ductwork is already in, he is hanging the pump drainage to be going to the outside. There is still more liner to be installed. The customer did floor reinforcing after a flood.  They have also been fixing up the house on the inside so they are very excited about keeping the crawlspace dry all the time with Turners Underseal Dry System.

This is Turners Underseal in a house in Cary, NC. This crawlspace had been encapsulated several years ago and the customer had also had a Wave System ventilation system that blows air out of the crawlspace, so we have plugged this up and were taking the entire system out because it was dragging conditioned air out of the house from this duct right there and blowing it out thru the foundation wall which then can cause mold to grow inside the wall cavities of the house. It was actually two separate devices which were fans. And we have already installed our unit which dehumidifies with two air ducts on the Dry System that is already running and it’s own pump to put the water outside. We have a sound proofing box and also maximum air flow the comes out of this unit. One duct is going to the far side of the crawlspace where there is a little crawlspace and the other one goes to this side of the crawlspace.

This is Turners Underseal dehumidifier with the Maximum Air Flow sound suppression box, we just hooked this baby up and it is draining water right now. We have two duct systems on this unit to spread dry air thru the entire crawlspace and our exclusive sound suppression box, it’s right on the end here. It’s actually an 1 and ½  inch thick of compressed insulation al the way around the box and at the end of the box. It is very unlikely you would here this in any house at all. You can here how quiet it is.

This is our Turners Underseal ducted Dry System with sound suppression box in a basement. One duct is going to one side of the basement and the other duct is going to this other side of the basement thru the floor joists .

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We are installing our larger dehumidification system in a basement/ crawlspace mostly it is a large basement that actually goes back to a smaller area with this duct going back here. The second duct off of this same unit goes all the way over to a small crawlspace. The drying effect in this basement is going to be fantastic.

  • Crawlspace Instruction Video Chris Turner – Chris Turner here, with Turners Underseal and the question is: How do you keep a crawlspace healthy and dry year round in our humid environment. We have some pictures here that shows things to avoid with crawlspaces. This one here is very ugly and nasty. It has fiberglass insulation and oftentimes the insulation, because it’s so humid it starts to fall out. We have another picture tat shows spray foam insulation on the subfloor and the problem is if termites ever got in there you would’nt be able to see them and we have had customers that have had spray foam which doesn’t stop the dampness and mold from going into the house. Another picture is an encapsulated crawlspace that has a lot of problems with the rising water table at times and there are little tiny holes in the liner and leaks around the piers and seam tape that causes dirt, mud and water in. This forces you to a costly cleanup. So it costs you a lot of money to do the encapsulation and obviously this doesn’t work. Here is another picture of the top of an encapsulation on the wall that was completely unsealed. This brings up another point with this seam tape picture. You can see where the tape is not even in the liner seam at all and water and mud didn’t even make it to this sump pump so it stayed on top of the liner.

This now brings up another big issue because the encapsulation covers the dirt there are contaminants that grow underneath like mold colonies and bacteria that can easily outgas thru these various leaks and this is why many encapsulated crawlspaces have a distinctive odor from toxins coming into the space.

Here is a 5000 sq. ft. crawlspace that we did which was close to the river and water and mud had really gotten in and caused much more mold to grow on the underfloor. We had to clean this up and put on our wood sealer. We then tore out the encapsulation and installed our system with 2 dry units. I would avoid encapsulating crawlspaces is wet areas or anywhere.

The real problems with crawlspaces is the humidity. Here is the only way to really deep the crawlspace dry year round with this picture – a properly installed dehumidifier Dry System with crawlspace modifications. We have our area liner underneath, the automatic pump to outside drainage, the dry air diffuser at the unit. Remember to keep it dry you must keep it dry professionally.

Removal of ventilation system and dehu install – This is Turners Underseal in a house in Cary, NC. This crawlspace had been encapsulated several years ago and the customer had also had a Wave System ventilation system that blows air out of the crawlspace, so we have plugged this up and were taking the entire system out because it was dragging conditioned air out of the house from this duct right there and blowing it out thru the foundation wall which then can cause mold to grow inside the wall cavities of the house. It was actually two separate devices which were fans. And we have already installed our unit which dehumidifies with two air ducts on the Dry System that is already running and it’s own pump to put the water outside. We have a sound proofing box and also maximum air flow the comes out of this unit. One duct is going to the far side of the crawlspace where there is a little crawlspace and the other one goes to this side of the crawlspace.

Slab floor closed crawlspace with spray foam envelope – This is Turners Underseal installation of our ducted Dry Dehumidification system in a rather unique crawlspace where the entire floor is concrete slab instead of dirt and then the entire subfloor is closed cell foam, and foam in the walls and attic so they do have to have a fresh air intake. So we have the drainage thru a hole we drilled in the wall. The unit has the ducted diffuser that has one duct to the front and the other to the rear. So we do what ever it takes to make it work.