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Musty Smell and Water in Easley, SC Crawlspace Leads to CleanSpace Encapsulation

Musty Smell and Water in Easley, SC Crawlspace Leads to CleanSpace Encapsulation

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Musty Smell and Water in Easley, SC Crawlspace Leads to CleanSpace Encapsulation Musty Smell and Water in Easley, SC Crawlspace Leads to CleanSpace Encapsulation

There are several different ways to tell if a crawlspace is having a problem with moisture, such as falling insulation, "sweating" pipes, and having standing water on the ground. One very obvious sign that can often be overlooked is the smell of the area. Often people just think that this is just how the crawlspace normally smells, however this musty/old smell can actually be mold beginning to grow.

This happened to be the case for this homeowner, who had ignored the smells coming from their crawlspace for quite awhile before finally trying to fix the moisture problem by installing a dehumidifier. Unfortunately this dehumidifier was not enough to take care of the moisture in this crawlspace. Once the homeowner noticed this, they decided to have the professionals come out to the home and see what All-Dry of the Carolinas could do for them. 

Our System Design Specialist was able to explain our system and why it worked so well to the homeowner, who was excited to have this system installed.  The three main products that were installed in this crawlspace were drainage matting, CleanSpace, and a SmartSump. The sump pump is installed first and helps to pump out any water in the crawlspace. Then the drainage matting is laid out over the floor of the crawlspace and helps to move water along the ground to the sump pump. To finish it up, the CleanSpace is laid out over the entire crawlspace floor and walls in order to seal everything up. This helps to keep water and moisture out of the crawlspace. 

Easley, SC Crawlspace Welcomes in CleanSpace

Easley, SC Crawlspace Welcomes in CleanSpace

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Falling insulation and debris decorated liners are a tell-tale sign that your crawlspace may have a high humidity level. It’s also a high indicator that something must be done down there. This Easley, South Carolina crawlspace faces that main problem here in the “before” photo. The insulation is falling down in piles. What’s more is that the insulation that is still in place is no better. Once the insulation fills with water, it’s as good as done. It’s useless.

In the “before” photo, we’ve made a big change. We’ve removed all debris from the dirt floor and fixed in place a beautiful CleanSpace liner. The liner itself operates as a barrier from the earth and keeps many things—as well as water vapor—from disrupting the newly dried atmosphere. It also opens up the crawlspace and makes crawling in there a lot easier. So, if there is a problem, residents won’t feel so hesitant to travel down and explore it.

We’ve received nothing but praise from the owners of this crawlspace. They absolutely love the CleanSpace and we loved being able to give them this.

Circular WaterGuard placed in Easley, Basement

Circular WaterGuard placed in Easley, Basement

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This home in Easley was taking in water in their basement. In this before picture you can see the bare basement without any work done. The walls and floor had evidence of water intrusion. This is a problem for the home owners because they were trying to install wood flooring. To fix this problem they called us at All-Dry of the Carolinas to install a variation of our waterproofing products.

The perimeter of the basement was jack hammered out so that the WaterGuard could be placed in the space. Since this is a circular basement and WaterGuard is typically cut into straight sections, our crew let by crew foreman Will Harris, had to take a different approach to solving this issue. Cutting the WaterGuard into small sections, our crew placed tiny slits into the WaterGuard so that it would curve like an accordion. These slits are then covered with our waterproof tape so that when it is covered with concrete it won’t enter the WaterGuard. But before the WaterGuard is placed into the trench, the CleanSpace was added to the wall. CleanSpace was added to the wall to direct any ground water that seeps in down into the WaterGuard drain system. CleanSpace is added before the WaterGuard so that the drainage system can be installed against the plastic. It is harder to tuck CleanSpace behind the drainage system once it is installed.

 The SuperSump Pump is placed into the ground and has the WaterGuard connected to it. The WaterGuard is leveled so that any water that enters it will be drained into the SuperSump Pump. There is a three inch pipe that connects the WaterGuard to the SuperSump liner. The SuperSump would then flush any water it takes into the LawnScape outlet that is located in the yard.  

Once all the parts of the system are installed, they are cemented over so that it is invisible. Our crews wash down any and all forms of dust and muck that might have formed during our work so that your basement looks better than when we arrived. The after picture shows the basement with our WaterGuard, SuperSump, and CleanSpace products!

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Easley, SC's Most Trusted Basement Waterproofing & Foundation Repair Company

If your home is facing issues such as a settling foundation, wet basement, or damp and moldy crawl space, then you've come to the right place. For over 25 years All-Dry of the Carolinas has been solving basement, crawl space and foundation issues for homeowners throughout Easley,SC and the surrounding area. As the exclusive dealer in Easley for both the Basement Systems Network and Foundation Supportworks Network, we're equipped with innovative products and solutions that are designed to keep your home safe and dry.

You can rest easy knowing that we adhere to the highest industry standards paired with a proven history of providing unmatched solutions for residential and commercial property owners alike. All of our crews are highly trained to use a variety of products and identify the issues that are hampering the health of your home. Above all else, our goal is to build long-term relationships with our clients and leave you feeling completely satisfied. We are a proud member of the Upstate South Carolina Better Business Bureau and Western North Carolina Better Business Bureau, and a five-time winner of the Gold Star AwardIf you're interested in any of our services, contact us today for a free, no obligation estimate! 

Basement Waterproofing & Crawl Space Repair Experts 

If you are looking for a permanent solution for your wet basement or damp crawl space we can help! We can show you how to keep your Easley basement dry and your humidity in control, protecting your home from water damage, mold, and rot. Our installation crews work with innovative Basement Systems® products, which have a nationwide track record of keeping basements dry for over 20 years. Our systems include high-quality sump pumps and new french drain systems for your home - we also offer a full line of other products to help you upgrade your space. No matter the problem your basement is facing - we have the solution! 

We Provide: You Receive:
  • Permanently Dry Basement or Crawl Space
  • Controlled Humidity
  • Mold Mitigation
  • Lifetime Transferable Warranty
  • Greater Home Value
  • Peace of Mind

High-Quality Foundation Repair Services in Easley, SC

If your home is facing foundation issues, our team of professionally trained, in-house repair experts have the solution. While a foundation problem may seem extreme, our team can help you identify the issue before it advances and becomes too costly. As a member of the Foundation Supportworks, Inc., our company has access to a variety of innovative products that have been carefully designed, tested, and patented by the FSI's in-house structural and geotechnical engineers. From wall anchors and I-beam braces to Slab Piers and Crawl Space Jack Posts, we can handle any issue and provide you with an accurate diagnosis and path for repair. 

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Case Studies From Easley
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Many crawlspaces will endure what this Easley, South Carolina crawlspace has endured. Moisture can destroy the best and worst crawlspaces around...
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This crawlspace was in pretty rough shape when the homeowner first contacted us. While the beautiful home above it seemed to be in great shape, the...
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This home in Easley, SC was experiencing what happens to basements once hydrostatic pressure beings to effect ground water. Easley is located in...
Job Stories From Easley, SC
Circular Basement In Easley Gets WaterGuard

This home in Easley, SC was experiencing what happens to basements once hydrostatic pressure beings to effect ground water. Easley is located in Upstate South Carolina, which is a hot spot for thunderstorms and heavy rains. When all of this rain water gathers in the ground, it begins to pressurize. As gravy pulls down on the water, it wants to seep throughout the ground. If there is something blocking the waters way, such as a basement wall, it will push against it until there is somewhere for it to go. Water typically finds a weak spot and makes its way through the basement walls. That is what happened in this Easley basement. The homeowners had bung to put in wood flooring in this circular basement when they noticed that water was coming into the area. They called us at All-Dry of the Carolinas to come out and give them help with this problem.

                We sent out our design specialist Jonathan Geddie to this home to check out the problem and to offer a solution. When Jonathan got there he noticed that water was seeping up through the floor where the wall meets the floor. This ground water was starting to leave mold and to avoid it spreading further they decided to waterproof their basement. Jonathan quoted them a job that consisted of WaterGuard, CleanSpace, and a SuperSump pump.

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Crawlspace with Mold and Moisture Problems in Easley, SC is Given the Right Solution

Crawlspaces, if left to their own devices, will stage a revolt against you. There’s nothing worse than a neglected crawlspace. Once it falls into disrepair, it can be difficult to stomach it, let alone fix it.

Take this Easley, South Carolina crawlspace for example. Mere words could not do this crawlspace true justice. And so, please, look at these pictures.

Thick, clumps of mold decorate the wood like canned snow. Every piece of insulation is drowned in water and weighed down by the force of it. Much of the insulation has fallen down completely, unable to stay in place. Some of the crawlspace floor is covered by a thin plastic, but not all of it is so lucky. The rest of the dirt floor is completely exposed to the air. This is problematic because it allows water vapor to rise from the dirt right into the air. The water vapor only adds to the moisture in the already humid air.

The door to the crawlspace is no exception to this. The entire thing is made of wood and haphazardly holding on to its hinges. It’s not secure. It’s weather beaten. It’s allowing outside air into a hailstorm of bad air. A door like this—just like the dangling insulation—is not helping your crawlspace. The owners, unknown to the terrors down in their crawlspace, had no idea.

Thankfully, they decided to reach out to the professionals. They gave All-Dry of the Carolinas a call and we were able to set them up with an appointment. Design Specialist, Jonathan Geddie, knew that the crawlspace needed a lot of help. He suggested the owners encapsulate the space.

After finalizing the proposal, our crew, led by Ray Petry, set to work. His crew of three applied Mold-X a mold solution to the more prominent areas of mold. They picked up the insulation, removed the current liner, and applied the drainage matting against the dirt floor. The drainage matting is a dimpled polyethylene membrane that is inserted beneath the thick CleanSpace liner. This provides an extra addition of separation from the dirt floor. The liner is the much needed barrier that separates the home from the earth. The piers are also wrapped with this material to complete the seal and all of the vents are covered.

The SmartSump is installed and connected to both the LawnScape Outlet and the Aprilaire 1820. The Aprilaire dehumidifier removes the moisture from the air, collects it and funnels it to the SmartSump. The SmartSump directs this water out into the LawnScape outlet. The EverLast Door provides the finishing touch. This completely seals the crawlspace off from the outside air, keeping it moisture free.

All crawlspaces are different. Some require more attention than others, but the fact remains that All-Dry consistently delivers. For those with particularly troublesome crawlspaces, we invite you to give us a call for your free estimate.

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Strange Smells in Easley, SC Crawlspace Lead to CleanSpace Liner to be Installed

This homeowner began to worry about the state of their crawlspace when they began to notice a strange smell. Many homeowners have this same issue, but don't realize that this can be a sign of an unhealthy crawlspace. This homeowner had put off this issue for awhile, but when he began to notice it was an issue, he actually tried to fix it by installing a dehumidifier himself. 

Unfortunately the problem was worse than what just a dehumidifier could take care of. This homeowner was in need of an encapsulation system to prevent any further damage in the crawlspace. They did some online research and came to our company's website. They scheduled a free estimate with one of our Systems Design Specialists in order to see exactly what would need to be done to properly fix the issues that the crawlspace was having. It wasn't long before the Specialist had done his inspection and showed the homeowner what needed to be done. The Specialist suggested that the homeowner have the vents sealed, as well as drainage matting, CleanSpace liner, and a SmartSump pump system. 

The homeowner was excited to finally have his crawlspace taken care of professionally and have his problems solved for good! This was accomplished when our crew came out to encapsulate the crawlspace. They first began by digging out an area for the SmartSump to be installed in. Next, the drainage matting was laid out along the crawlspace floor. The drainage matting assists water in getting to the sump pump. Last, but certainly not least came the CleanSpace Liner, which sealed everything up tight. The CleanSpace is what really creates a separation between the crawlspace and the outside. 

If you are in the Easley, South Carolina area or nearby and think you may be having similar problems to this homeowner, please contact us today! You can get in contact with us by filling out a customer contact form here  or by giving us a call at 1-833-567-3972 and scheduling a free estimate!

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Crawlspace Encapsulation in Easley, SC

This crawlspace was in pretty bad condition when the homeowner first met with one of our Systems Design Specialist. Even though this picture was taken after the work had begun, the ground is still soaked through, almost like mud. This water under the home had already started to cause the owner problems with mold, because of the increased relative humidity levels in the crawlspace. After our Specialist came out and and inspected them home, he suggested this homeowner go with a full encapsulation of the crawlspace, as well as additional products that would keep this problem from reoccurring.

This solution included drain tile, Mold-X, CleanSpace, a SmartSump, EverLast Door, a SaniDry Dehumidifier and SilverGlo Insulation. While there are a few of these that are extra important, these products are all necessary to ensure that this homeowner doesn't have  to worry about this happening again and damaging their home. While these pictures don't show every single one of these products, they do provide a significant view of what went on under this home!

The first few items that were installed were the 3 inch Drain Tile, the SmartSump pump, and the SilverGlo Insulation. The sump pump is almost always installed first because the location of the drain depends on the sump pump location. The other reason that these are installed first is because they all have to go under another few layers of products. Next comes the drainage matting, which can be seen in the third photo. This drainage mat helps to move water along the ground, so that it can be drained out. Then we have the icing on top, our white CleanSpace liner, which helps to bring everything together and seal it all up! The only thing left to do after the CleanSpace was installed and sealed up was to put on the finishing touches like putting in the EverLast Door (which creates an airtight seal around the doorway) and put in the dehumidifier.

This system does a great job at keeping the water at bay and allowing a home to be much healthier and safe. If you are looking for a system similar to this one, please give us a call at 1-833-567-3972 or fill out a contact form on our website! We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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Work Requests From Easley, SC
Vicinity of Ridgecrest Dr in Easley
I need my crawlspace insulated and a vapor barrier installed in my 1200 square ft home.
Vicinity of in Easley
Large puddle of water in crawlspace, do not know how it got there
Vicinity of Hallmark Lane in Easley
We have severe Allergies & need to see if we have mold in house crawl space
Vicinity of Chesterfield Court in Easley
We have a leak of some kind our basement.
Vicinity of E Church Rd in Easley
We had some water damage flow through the crawl space. We have the water cleaned up but need our insulation replaced.
Vicinity of E Hill Dr in Easley
Vicinity of Syracuse Rd in Easley
Having draining issues in crawl space.
Vicinity of Stonehaven Ln in Easley
Moisture in house/ insulation falling in crawlspace
Vicinity of Watson Rd in Easley
Have had previous issue with water leak from outside foundation that was corrected with partial encapsulation. Issue last year after remodeling with leak from downspout not properly reinserted into drain, also corrected. Now have standing water on ground plastic in crawlspace, unsure where it is originating, but appears to be coming from outside foundation either through it, or through foundation vent, as evidenced by soil/silt in water.
Vicinity of Deer Wood in Easley
Started having water under the house in one area.
Vicinity of Two Notch Trail in Easley
Current water intrusion in basement.
Vicinity of Woodfield Dr. in Easley
Folks, My home is about 2,000 sq. ft. floor space. It was built in the 50s, I think. There is a basement/crawlspace - with overhead that ranges from about 6 feet down to 2.5 feet. The floor is compacted soil and covered with what appears to be an intact vinyl-like sheet. I see NO evidence of water infiltration. The batt insulation between the floor joists was secured with the thin wires under the insulation that span between the joists. A great deal of the insulation has deteriorated and fallen out. It will need to be removed and replaced with new. I don't think that the earth covering needs to be replaced.
Vicinity of Creek Dr in Easley
Sagging floors in areas. With signs of pressure on ceiling from upstair rooms. Also have gun safe that needs support
Vicinity of in Easley
Need to get quote
Vicinity of Olive St. in Easley
Wet crawl space
Vicinity of Beachwood Street in Easley
Door won't close, crack in drywall above door, sloping floor
Vicinity of Jala Lake Drive in Easley
Need a quote for redoing moisture barrier in crawl space and cleaning some mold that has surfaced due to moisture. Email is the best way to contact me. Thank you.
Vicinity of Raintree Ct in Easley
We purchased a home last year and we knew there was some water getting under the house they put in a fan sealed some of the area. We have a new subdivision that is going in behind us and they have cut down all the vegetation that use to keep the water out of our crawlspace.
Vicinity of SAINT LO CIR in Easley
Basement leaking pretty bad when it comes a hard rain.. we believe it.needs to be dug all way down to basement foundation and resealed but not 100%.
Vicinity of Tucker Rd in Easley
My basement wall is damp and cracked. Also water intrusion in the crawl space area.

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