Crawl Space Repair
Encapsulating your crawl space will help solve moisture and comfort problems, reduce mold, eliminate musty odors and create a more energy efficient environment. Allow our experts to “crawl” down there, assess your crawl space needs, and provide you with a proven, guaranteed solution.
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Crawl Space Problem Signs
Musty or damp smells
Humidity can cause an increase in mildew and mold in your crawl space. If these items aren’t taken care of they can lead to allergens and health problems for you and your family.
Cold Floors in Winter
Winter time can definitely cause things to get chilly, but if the floor above your crawl space feels cool to the touch you may have a centered crawl space that is allowing cold air into your home.
A crawl space that is not level can cause structural problems within a home. It can create an uneven floor, rodents and insect entry points, and moisture issues.
Standing Water in Crawl Space
Standing water in the crawl space is NOT normal and can lead to rot and mold. Mold can be a health hazard for you and your family and should be taken care of by a team of proessionals.
Why Our Customers Trust Us.
Real client reviews that show that our basement leak repair process provides amazing results.
“All of your crew were very nice, introduced themselves, and shook my hand. They were efficient, and I was impressed with their concern when it came to shielding the rest of my house from dust and debris.
I normally do most of the work on my house msyelf. When I have paid in the past for a professional, I have been disappointed for one reason or another. I must say I was blown away by your companies professionalisms, efficiency, and attention to detail.”
“We are very pleased with the work that your crew did. They did an excellent job in cementing back the floor that was opened for the drainage pits.
After the job was completed, we had 3 other contractors (carpet, carpenter, and plumber) come into our basement and they all remarked that they had never before witnessed a job as well done as the one done by your company.
Thank you very much for your work and the cleanup that occurred after the job was done. “
“The resulting repair results have been truly outstanding. Your men performed mold remediation and structural repair in an outstanding and professional manner to correct and resolve the water leakage problem in my basement.
In my view, they worked untiringly and were exact in everything accomplished in the job as well as cleaning up after the area after the job was completed.
Thank you for your dedicated work. I will be highly recommending your business to all my clients and friends.”
“I have dealt with asthma and allergy symptoms for 30 years. I called David Horner, the owner of Basement Waterproofing Solutions, and told him what had been transpiring. He said he could be at my house in 30 minutes to give me an estimate.
He went over the basement and explained what he would do so that I could end up with a new, dry basement. I was never pressured to sign a contract or give money.
During the renovations, they took care of every concern I had, and they even went above and beyond and fixed some old cement they thought would trip me up.
I no longer have to take asthma medicine or inhalers, my cough is gone, and I am enjoying my bright, clean, and dry basement.”
The Basement Waterproofing Process
Watch a few of our short videos to learn more about the basement waterproofing process.
Why Choose Basement Waterproofing Solutions?
Our quality is unmatched— Basement Waterproofing Solutions will use only the most effective methods available, custom-designed for your specific issue.
We will explain in detail what your problem is, present a price in a written proposal, and give you time to make an informed decision.
No high-pressure tactics
Basement leak problems are a stressful matter; we know it’s an emotional time and you want the problem solved quickly, but this is not the time to make a hasty decision— you’ll have time to decide what to do.
Crawl Space Repair FAQ
What is crawl space repair?
Crawl space repair is the process of fixing issues in a home’s crawl space, including moisture control, structural repairs, insulation, and ventilation.
What are the signs that my crawl space needs repair?
Signs of crawl space issues include musty odors, visible mold growth, high humidity levels, sagging floors, and water damage.
What are the benefits of crawl space repair?
Crawl space repair can improve indoor air quality, increase energy efficiency, prevent structural damage, and enhance overall home comfort and health.
How much does crawl space repair typically cost?
The cost of crawl space repair can vary depending on the extent of the damage, the size of the crawl space, and the necessary repairs. A professional crawl space repair company can provide a cost estimate.
How long does crawl space repair usually take?
The time it takes to complete crawl space repair depends on the extent of the damage and the necessary repairs. Once we inspect your situation, we can provide a timeline estimate.
Can I do crawl space repair myself?
DIY crawl space repair is not recommended as it can be dangerous and ineffective. It’s best to hire a professional crawl space repair company to ensure proper and safe repairs.
What are the different types of crawl space repairs?
Crawl space repairs can include moisture control solutions, structural repairs, insulation installation, and ventilation improvements.
How can I prevent crawl space issues in the future?
Prevent crawl space issues by maintaining proper moisture levels, sealing crawl space vents, improving ventilation, and scheduling regular inspections and maintenance.
Can crawl space repair improve my home's energy efficiency?
Yes, crawl space repair can improve energy efficiency by reducing air leaks and improving insulation, which can lower heating and cooling costs.
Is crawl space repair covered by homeowners insurance?
It depends on the specific insurance policy. Some policies may cover crawl space repair if it is caused by a covered peril such as a burst pipe or natural disaster. It’s important to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage.