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Your grandparents probably never even thought of the crawl space other than somewhere for the dogs to sleep because it was mold and mildew free and not a concern.
Here are the top 10 questions Carolina homeowners may have about crawl space waterproofing, and their answers, to help you make informed decisions and maintain a safe and secure home.
As the summer heat sets in, crawl spaces and basements face a unique set of challenges due to increased humidity levels and the potential for summer storms.
Maintaining optimal relative humidity (RH) levels in your crawl space is crucial for preventing moisture-related issues that can harm your home’s structural integrity and indoor air quality.
Crawl space encapsulation is a method used to protect your home from moisture damage by sealing the crawl space with a waterproof barrier. Here are the steps to a dry and encapsulated foundation…