Block Walls Allow Water in Easily
Block walls are hollow, porous and easily allow water and water vapor to get in your crawl space. These blocks suck up water from the ground and make a wet surface on the inside of the crawl space walls which eventually will evaporate into your crawl space. Let's be real no one wants water in their home.
Fiberglass Insulation is not Always the Best Option
The first thing wrong here is the plastic facing over this insulation prevents the insulation from being able to dry when it gets wet. It will then get heavy begin to droop and eventually fall out. Fiberglass insulation is also not a good option because it has some organic material in it which allows mold to grow. No one wants mold in their home even in the crawl space.
Crawl Space Entry Acts as Another Vent
This entry way to the crawl space acts as another vent to let in unwanted critters, water, or hot/cold air. By letting in hot air on a summer day and cold air on a winter day this can cause your utility bills to increase and make your heating/air condition units work overtime.
Crawl Space Vents are Not Good
Vents do more harm than good when it comes to your crawl space. They let in hot, cold and even wet air. They can also let in water which is not something anyone wants to deal with.
CleanSpace Serves Many Purposes
CleanSpace completely encapsulates a crawl space. It makes sure no water, air, our any other outside elements such as critters can get inside. Not to mention it also really cleans up the look of this crawl space and brightens it up.
SmartPump Sump Pump is Specifically Designed for Crawl Spaces
This sump pump pumps the water out of your crawl space automatically. It comes with a stand for the pump, pump alarms if the sump is ever failing and it can tell you if there is plumbing leaks.
SmartJacks Stabilize Bowing Floor Joists
These SmartJacks are made of steel and are laboratory tested to to support loads of more than 60,000 pounds. These will work to not only stabilize the floor joists above the crawl space but to lift them back to their original position.
LawnScape Outlet Solves Those Unwanted Discharge Lines in Your Yard
It gets old having to move discharge lines to mow or making sure people aren't tripping over them. We get it, we really do which is why we have a solution for you. The LawnScape Outlet allows us to bury the discharge lines while still allowing the access water to get away from your home.
The Final Step in Waterproofing Your Crawl Space is Dehumidifying the Air
A dehumidifier is just the right answer to completely waterproofing your crawl space. The SaniDry Sedona is the best on the market, it can take up to 100 pints of water per day out of your crawl space air.
Proper Crawl Space Doors Can Make a World of Difference
This new crawl space door will work to seal off the crawl space from unwanted outside elements.