Exposed dirt or gravel crawlspaces can be home to excess moisture, humidity, mold or mildew. Waterproofing your crawlspace is an important way to protect your home. Installing a concrete floor in a crawlspace is one way to reduce water issues.
Because dirt and gravel crawlspace surfaces allow permeation, concreting or installing a vapor mat barrier assists in keeping your home free from
Solve Common Crawlspace Issues With American Basements & Crawlspaces Corp.
Crawlspace encapsulation consists of installing durable, professional grade barriers to the walls and floors that reduce moisture problems. First, crawlspace walls are treated. Then, a vapor barrier, or mat, is applied to the dirt or gravel floor. This crawlspace barrier is durable and puncture resistant, protecting your crawlspace for years to come. The expert installers at American Basements & Crawlspaces Corp. make sure all seams are tightly sealed, reducing moisture leakage.
Encapsulating your crawlspace ensures what was once a dark, dirty area becomes a safe and useful storage space in your home.
System comes with Lifetime Transferable Warranty. (Some Exclusions Apply)
Call the expert crawlspace waterproofing contractors at American Basements & Crawlspaces today to learn more about what we can do for your home!