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This photo shows off part of the crawlspace that was dealing with high humidity. This homeowner had a liner installed in the crawlspace previous to our visit, but it obviously was not solving the problem. This is mainly because the liner was not sealed at all, which is what really allows the moisture to get into the crawlspace.
This is one of the main reasons that the homeowner called us to come out and figure out exactly how we could help out. There are huge puddles of water on the ground of the crawlspace, mainly caused by the condensation from the duct work. Fortunately this was an issue that we knew our crew could handle. It didn't take much for this crawlspace to be transformed for the better.
Here is what the crawlspace looked like with the CleanSpace liner installed. It completely changes both the look and function of the crawlspace. Not only does it look better than before, but now the homeowner does not have to worry about high humidity levels and pools of water under their home.
This photo shows a little more of the encapsulated crawlspace. The CleanSpace is installed so that it goes almost all of the way up the wall in order to keep out as much moisture as possible. It is very difficult to see, but another important part of this project was the sealing the vents of the crawlspace. On the right wall of the indention, at the very top of the wall there is what looks like a block outlined in white. This is actually how we seal the vents to prevent outside air from getting in.
This photo gives a pretty good look at how the crew connects the CleanSpace and makes sure that it remains air tight and prevents moisture from getting in. The crew uses a heavy duty tape to connect the two sheets of CleanSpace, while also having other means to keep the CleanSpace liner attached to the wall.
These drainage outlets allow water to be drained away from the home that that the homeowner does not have to worry about the water getting back into the crawlspace and going through the same cycle. Not only are they far away from the home, but they are also downhill from the home as well. This makes it even more difficult for water to get back up to the home.
This home was having serious issues with the humidity levels in the crawlspace. It will be shown in a picture in the album, but the humidity in the crawlspace was so high that the water was actually condensing on duct work. This was so severe that it was creating huge puddles of standing water in the basement. This home definitely was in need of a system to be installed to take care of this moisture problem. Thankfully our System Design Specialist knew exactly what this homeowner needed in order to control the humidity levels in the crawlspace of the home.