CRAWLSPACE ENCAPSULATION SERVICE
FIGHTING MOISTURE, MOLD, AND MORE
Fighting Moisture, Mold, and More
Did you know that nearly half of the interior air you breathe comes from your home’s crawlspace? This makes it important to keep your crawlspace dry. With a crawlspace encapsulation from TRU Basement Waterproofing, we can help keep your indoor air healthy as well as increase your home’s value.
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Did you Know?
60% of homes in the U.S. have some form of water penetration in the basement.
Professional Vapor Barrier
Dampness, moisture, and leaks in your crawlspace can not only compromise the integrity of the area, they can also lead to mold growth. When you inhale mold spores, it can severely affect your health and the health of your family. At TRU Basement Waterproofing, we can help prevent dangerous mold growth with a professional vapor barrier.
During a crawlspace encapsulation appointment, we’ll assess your area and determine where it’s susceptible to moisture. We’ll also note any cracks or gaps that may be present and will fill them in with the right materials. After that, we’ll wrap your crawlspace in a vapor barrier that covers the ground, wall, and concrete supports. This provides a layer of protection and will seal out any moisture.
In addition, a crawlspace encapsulation will provide benefits such as:
- A more comfortable home
- Improved air quality
- A barrier against pests
- Protection from future rot and repairs
- Lower energy costs
- An appealing selling point
Moisture and temperature control can make for a healthier home. When you trust TRU Basement Waterproofing to encapsulate your crawlspace, we’ll make sure that the area improves both your structure and your quality of life. One of the biggest problems among homeowners is condensation formation. This happens when temperatures change and it can lead to mildew and fungus problems. We want to protect your home and family from things like dry rot, allergens, black mold, termites, and more, and a crawlspace encapsulation can do so.