Crawl Space Problems

Crawl spaces should be sturdy and dry. If either isn’t true of your crawlspace, you’ll begin to notice any number of problems, which should be addressed before water causes more damage over time.

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Crawl space conditions can have a great impact on your indoor air quality.

Thankfully, ignoring crawl space conditions seems to be a thing of the past. People are now more educated about how moisture in their crawl spaces can have a negative impact on their health and the structural integrity of their homes.

Here are the warning signs that you may have basement or crawl space issues.

Water vapor enters a crawl space from the ground, so many homeowners are now proactively encapsulating their crawl spaces to keep moisture out. Listed here are a few of the most common signs that you may need to talk with a crawl space encapsulation expert

Adding a crawl space vapor barrier (encapsulation) and dehumidifier to reduce high humidity levels is the best way to improve indoor air quality and make energy improvements inside your home. To get started, you can schedule a free evaluation with a certified crawl space encapsulation expert.

  • Standing water in your crawl space
  • Mold or mildew growth
  • High humidity levels
  • Sagging floors
  • Foundation issues