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A Clear and Present Danger
What Lies Beneath...
Even when structural damages aren't accumulating in a problem crawlspace, mold, mildew, and other air quality impacting factors have a costly effect on the health and safety of everyone living above. Through a phenomenon called the stack effect, warm air rises and drags cooler air from the crawl space through vents and floorboards, bringing with it mold spores, dust, and bad air to circulate around the entire home.
HVAC systems that have ducts running through a crawl space preset added issues by moving contaminated air forcibly through the home. Many of these systems suffer from poor installations, unsealed ducts, and condensation-prone areas that can compound the pest and moisture problems a crawl space has.
For homes that have completely fixed and closed crawl space, but did not deploy a monitoring kit, homeowners find themselves in the dark again about what's going on beneath their homes. If the job was not properly executed, or an event has threatened the space's integrity, moisture issues could invade the space again and cost the homeowner more time and money to resolve.
What's in Your Crawl Space?
Almost every home has some type of mold growing...
Wood rot causes the beams that support a house to lose integrity and crumble
A termite colony can consume 3 feet of 2x4 boards a year
Poor Air Quality
87% of your life is spent indoors
You've Got the Right Solutions
Crawl Space Encapsulation
Properly sealing the crawl space and removing the moisture from the ground and air is part of the solution that helps provide a mold-free, radon-free, and insect-free environment, which leads to a more energy-efficient and healthier home.
Proper Drainage Installation
A sump pump is a mechanical pump that is installed in a pit (sump) in your crawl space to prevent flooding and keeps the area and your home dry. It doesn’t dry out your crawl space; rather, it directs excess water to a nearby storm drain.