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Crawl space encapsulation is a common method for controlling water in your crawl space. Crawl space encapsulation involved closing off the area under your house to prevent water and moisture damage. Lastly, crawl space encapsulation can be referred to as “sealed crawlspace” or “closed crawl space.”
Dry Otter’s crawl space encapsulation service is perfect for homeowners in Denver, NC, and the surrounding areas. Our waterproofing team focuses on controlling groundwater, ground moisture, and humidity. Since we check each source, we can efficiently protect your home from unwanted water damage today and into the future.
Looking for a dry crawl space? Contact Dry Otter Waterproofing at (704) 966-1771 to schedule a FREE inspection.
Why Should You Have Your Crawl Space Encapsulated?
Improved air quality
Prevents termites and other pests
Greater energy efficiency of your home
Avoid fungal growth and mold issues
Prevent structural damage and wood rot repair
Extend life of mechanical systems such as heating and air equipment
CRAWL SPACE SOLUTIONS For A Wet Crawl Space
There are several reasons that a crawl space can have problems with moisture. Our experts can identify key issues and provide long-term solutions. Through our FREE inspection and consultations, we can help identify issues for you as well as answer any waterproofing questions you may have.
In the end, you’ll want a crawl space specialist who can determine the exact problem and then design a system to permanently solve the problem.
SURFACE WATER PENETRATION
A common way for water to enter the home is through surface water penetration. Surface water penetration is when water begins to “pool up” and stand around your home. This problem is caused by large amounts of water running off the roof, or poor yard grading. When water starts pooling up around your home, it finds its way into your home through any weak spots.
Groundwater penetration is when the levels of moisture in the clay surrounding your home start to build up, leaving the excess water with no place to go. This water build-up invades your home through where the wall and the footer meet. Then, this water appears on the soil in the crawl space. This water can saturate the soil, and in the worst cases, it will leave standing water throughout the crawl space.
How To Fix a Wet Crawl Space
Control ground water with drains and sump systems
Remedy mold and repair rotted wood
Install a liner as vapor barrier
Prevent outside air from entering by sealing vents
Control air humidity with an energy efficient dehumidifier
We Offer Premier Crawl Space Encapsulation in Denver, NC
We specialize in encapsulating a crawl space. With 40 years of combined experience, our waterproofing team can inspect your crawl space before providing permanent solutions.
Contact us at (704) 966-1771 today to schedule a free inspection and consultation today!