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Crawlspace Encapsulation

While an important part of a building structure, the crawlspace is oftentimes ignored. Unless, you need to work on the plumbing pipes, electrical wiring, or HVAC ducts, the crawlspace is rarely accessed. In the meantime, the crawlspace is exposed to rodents, insects, humidity, runoff, heat, and other elements.

It only makes sense to install plumbing pipes, HVAC ductwork, and electrical wiring in the crawlspace. Each of these components plays an important role in the electrical, heating & cooling, sewage, and water systems.

Since the crawlspace is rarely accessed, a plumbing leak or damaged HVAC flex duct could go unnoticed forever. It will only become apparent when you see a major increase in your water bill, the electric bill, or the HVAC unit can no longer keep up.

To walk in your crawlspace and see standing water leaves a sinking feeling in the bottom of your stomach. Standing water is a sure sign of other problems like a water pipe leak, sewage pipe leak, damaged gutter, runoff, or poor drainage. All of these issues can lead to the growth of mold and mildew on walls, ceilings, and other structures.

The goal is to fix water leaks, damaged gutters and downspouts, reseal HVAC ducts, and humidity problems. Install a dehumidifier and vents inside the crawlspace to reduce humidity levels. Build an underground drainage system to catch and divert water from the guttering system away from the crawlspace.

Crawlspace Encapsulation

Crawlspace is an added bonus to a home improvement project. The process helps minimize moisture and improve indoor temperature maintenance. Special materials, such as a polyethylene barrier and spray-on insulation, are utilized to seal the walls, floors, and ceiling.

With a dehumidifier, crawlspace encapsulation can help keep energy bills at a minimum, protect plumbing pipes, electrical wiring, and HVAC ducts from element exposure, prevent mold growth and protect the value of your home.

Contact our local office to schedule your free crawlspace encapsulation inspection. We offer same-day, emergency, and scheduled appointments for all residential crawlspaces.

Benefits Of Crawlspace Encapsulation

  • Increase the value of your home
  • Protect plumbing pipes, HVAC ducts, and electrical wiring
  • Makes indoor temperature maintenance easier
  • Keep energy bills at a minimum
  • Fights moisture buildup
  • Makes the home more energy-efficient
  • Protects crawlspace against insect infestation
  • Pays for itself by reducing the energy bill

We offer free crawlspace encapsulation inspection via appointment only. Our experienced customer support is available Monday through Friday and on some weekends. We include a written quote with each inspection. Learn more by contacting our office to speak with an experienced crawlspace encapsulation technician.

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