Jacksonville Crawl Space Encapsulation
Our Crawl Space Encapsulation Services
By sealing the crawl space, you can prevent moisture, mold, and other pests from entering the area and causing damage to your home. Crawl space encapsulation also helps to improve the energy efficiency of your home by creating a barrier against heat loss and drafts. In addition, encapsulating your crawl space can help to reduce noise pollution from outside sources. If you are considering crawl space encapsulation for your home, it is important to choose a qualified contractor who has experience with this type of project. The team at Jacksonville Crawl Space Encapsulation has the experience and expertise to ensure that your project is completed correctly and that your home is protected from the elements. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you protect your home. With our team, you can:
- Reduce energy bills by encapsulating your crawl space!
- Keep your home’s humidity levels under control
- Stop moisture and water damage in its tracks!
- Protect your family from harmful mold and mildew
Here’s more about our services:
- Crawl Space Encapsulation: Crawl space encapsulation is the process of sealing the crawl space of a home in order to prevent moisture, pests, and other issues. There are many benefits to crawl space encapsulation, including improved indoor air quality, reduced energy costs, and increased protection for the home.
- Crawl Space Dehumidifier: A crawl space dehumidifier can help to eliminate these problems by removing excess moisture from the air. Dehumidifiers work by drawing in humid air and then passing it over a cold evaporator coil.
- Crawl Space Vapor Barrier: The process begins with an inspection of the crawl space to identify any areas that need to be repaired or replaced. Next, a vapor barrier is installed on the floor and walls of the crawl space.
- Crawl Space Waterproofing: By sealing off any cracks or gaps in the crawl space, it becomes much more difficult for water to seep into the lower levels of the house. Additionally, crawl space waterproofing often involves adding extra insulation, which helps to prevent moisture from cooling down and condensing on surfaces below ground level.