09 Feb Crawlspace Encapsulation for a Healthy Dry and Mold Free Crawlspace
Have you ever considered encapsulating your crawlspace? If not, here are some things to consider.
Your Crawlspace Could Be Affecting Your Health. A wet and humid crawl space is the perfect environment for mold growth. Did you know that 50% of the air from your crawlspace comes into your living space? That means, if you have mold in your crawl space, you are breathing it in. Therefore, keeping your crawlspace dry is a very important part of a healthy and mold free home.
Unlike many crawlspace encapsulation contractors who only treat mold, The Waterproof Group completely removes mold from the crawlspace during the encapsulation process. Therefore, it will no longer be a threat to your health. And, when it comes time to sell your home, you won’t have any surprises from a home inspector.
Pest Free Crawlspace
Pests are attracted to dirty and wet crawl spaces. Alternatively, they stay out of clean, dry and bright crawlspaces. So, when you encapsulate, say goodbye to mice, spiders, snakes and bugs of all kinds. Those pesky pests will be a thing of the past.
Extra Storage Space
Most people don’t want to store their precious belongings in dark, wet, moldy spaces. On the other hand, they are more than happy to store them in clean, dry, healthy spaces. With crawlspace encapsulation, you will finally have that extra space you’ve always needed or wanted. And, best of all, you won’t have to worry about your belongings being damaged.
Moisture or Health Concerns? Here’s What to Look for!
Standing water, water stains on the blocks or foundation walls, rotted joists, cupping / buckling floors, moldy smells, pest infestations, and respiratory problems.
If you notice any of these problems or you’re just ready to make your crawlspace encapsulation dreams come true, Call The Waterproof Group at 678-223-4948 for a free quote. Our specialists will come and evaluate your space, discuss options for encapsulation and any concerns you may have. No project is too big or too small.
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