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You can see from this picture that the crawlspace definitely needed some work. One of the main things that you may notice is the falling insulation. Falling/fallen insulation is a pretty common sign of moisture in the crawlspace, because the moisture soaks in and sticks to the insulation. This makes it heavy and it begins to sag, until it falls.
This picture, again, shows how rough the crawlspace is. Not only is there falling insulation, but there is also condensation under the old liner. The lighter area towards the bottom of the picture is the condensation. While this may seem like a good thing that the water is under the liner (and it is), the problem is that this liner was not properly sealed. So the water and moisture is making its way out of the liner and getting onto the pipes, insulation and wooden floor joists.
This shows the completed job. As you see, all of the insulation was taken out of the crawlspace. It was so wet and covered in mold that it needed to be thrown out.
This shows another angle of the crawlspace. As you can see, it is much brighter and cleaner than before the CleanSpace was installed.
Another view of the finished crawlspace. You can see how everything is completely covered and sealed up. If you look towards the back of the picture, you can even see how the crew cut out and sealed up the CleanSpace liner around the pipe.
The following photos are from a crawlspace in Arden, NC. This was a very quick and average job. The products that our crew installed include; CleanSpace Liner, drain matting, a SantaFe Edge II Dehumidifier, as well as using MoldX to clean the mold that was growing in the floor joists.