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The first thing we should realize about a crawlspace is that having a dirt floor is not a harmless choice. It may be cheap at first, but it winds up costing you in the long run.
Many areas of the crawlspace, predominately the corners, suffered the most from the excessive amounts of water in the crawlspace. Whenever the walls would bleed with water, the corners would be hit worse. Once the water dried, it would leave this mess in its wake.
This magnificent tool is used to measure the moisture in wood. Judging by this reading, the beams supporting the crawlspace has a fair amount of moisture. Termites would love this.
This is that CleanSpace liner we rave about. It's a 20 mils thick plastic, reinforced with polyester cords. The thickness ensures that it will not rip or tear.
Another amazing attribute of the CleanSpace is it's ability to adapt to any environment. It moves over any surface and can be adjusted to fit any particular space. We even go so far as to seal it against the walls. This ensures that any water that may come through the concrete blocks is stopped by liner.
Really, the icing on the cake is the SuperSump Plus sump pump. This pump has all of the capabilities of the regular SuperSump which includes the WaterWatch Alarm. However, it has the liner of our TripleSafe sump pump. This means that it has the possibility to have more pumps attached if needed. If an area is particularly prone to flooding, this option is always a good idea.
No crawlspaces are ever created equally. As you know, they all vary depending on size and height. Many of them, of course, have dirt floors. Those are the crawlspaces that are usually afflicted with high moisture levels. That excess moisture then issues out into the rest of the home, causing problems as small as a change in temperature or as great as mold growing on the upstairs doors. These are the problems associated with a humid crawlspace.
This Fairview, North Carolina homeowner knew that fact for certain. They had experienced it, first-hand, and decided to do something about it. They reached out to us over at All-Dry of the Carolinas. We spoke on the phone briefly, before setting up a free estimate. They started this process knowing exactly what they wanted. After doing some research, the owner decided they wanted a full encapsulation in their crawlspace. Our Design Specialist surveyed the home and came to the same conclusion. A full encapsulation was definitely in order.
Our crew set to work, completely transforming the crawlspace. They installed our patented CleanSpace liner, sealed the interior vents, set up a Sedona dehumidifier, and installed our SuperSump Plus sump pump.
We’re quite proud of the work our crew has finished, and it was fantastic working with a customer like this one. They really knew how to appreciate a well-encapsulated crawlspace.