Common Crawl Space Problems
Your crawl space shouldn’t let hot air in during the summer, and it shouldn’t sap heat from your home in the winter. Properly encapsulate and insulate your crawl space to lower your energy bills.
Moisture can wreak havoc on your home. If you have a plumbing issue or you have water making its way into the foundation of your home, you could end up with costly repairs down the road.
Mold and Mildew
Given enough time, sitting water will grow moisture and mildew, which can damage your home and be hazardous to its inhabitants. Act immediately if you notice an odor or if you can see mold growth.
Structural damage may be apparent in your crawl space. Be mindful of sagging floors, and have your crawl space checked for shifting piers, uneven areas, or erosion.
Unsealed Doors and Vents
Your crawl space should be sealed off to prevent the elements from making their way into your home. We can seal any doors and vents in your crawl space, ensuring the space is properly encapsulated.
Your foundation should be whole, holding back the earth and any moisture surrounding your home. If you have foundation cracks, we can repair them to protect your home.