Homeowner Jacob G was getting his house services by Terminix when the Terminix technicians had to stop his service due to his crawl space having 1 inch of water and mold was already growing. The Terminix technician referred Jacob to Crawl Space Solutions of Arkansas to solve his crawl space needs.
Wet, moist crawl spaces can contribute to anywhere from 10 to 15 gallons of water (from vapor) throughout your home each day. Water vapor enters the crawl space through concrete walls, slabs, foundation blocks, vents, and the soil. After entry, the water vapor travels upward throughout your home and will eventually condense when it encounters cooler surfaces of walls and ceilings.
Condensed water accumulates and saturates inside exterior walls, insulation, as well as in the roof and attic spaces. As water vapor raises humidity levels, the growth of mold, mildew, fungus, and other microorganisms is promoted. Keeping water vapor from entering your home can prevent significant and costly damages to the structural integrity
For Jacob from Peel, Ar we installed the following products to protect his home from any water damage. We installed our CleanSpace liner with Drainage Matting, our Smart Sump, and SaniDry Sedona.