Wet, Moldy Crawl Space
From mold-riddled beams in the ceiling to water-stained walls, this crawl space shows signs of heavy water damage.
Efflorescence on Supports
The discoloration on the blocks serving as crawl space supports is a sign of efflorescence. When water travels through the blocks, it dissolves salts contained within and then leaves them on the surface when it evaporates. It's a nuisance, but over time can cause problems as the constant dissolving of materials within the blocks can weaken them.
Gross Crawl Space
Constant water issues means that everything takes on a moldy, musty smell. Most crawl spaces, like this one, have dirt floors, which means that the ground is often soggy and unpleasant.
Drainage Matting Allows Water to Flow
The dimpled surface of the drainage matting creates just enough space for water to easily travel to the SmartDrain rather than get stuck to the CleanSpace and the ground.
SilverGlo Insulation Panels
Inorganic and waterproof, SilverGlo insulation panels protect a crawl space without harboring mold.
Wrapping Piers for Further Protection
In addition to the walls and floor, we wrap piers with CleanSpace to protect them from ambient moisture.
SmartDrain and Sedona Keep Water Under Control
Any water that flows is will be discharged through the SmartDrain, and the SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier will take care of any ambient moisture.
Clean, Dry Crawl Space
Instead of moldy, musty, wet walls and a gross dirt floor, the crawl space is now bright and clean. And most importantly. dry.