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FlexiSpan Wall Crack Repair
Polyurethane Crack Sealing
WellDuct Window Drainage
BrightWall Waterproof Panels
ThermalDry Wall Barrier
Basement To Beautiful Pre-finishing Wall Insulation Panels
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SuperSump Pump System
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CleanSpace Encapsulation Vapor Barriers And Liners
Turtl Access Hatch
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SilverGlo Wall Insulation
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Clean Space liner in Farmington, Ar

Clean Space liner in Farmington, Ar

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The CleanSpace liner is used to isolate the home from the earth completely and permanently. The liner is a heavy 20 mils thick material similar to a pool liner. It is manufactured in 7 layers- a blend of high-density polyethylene, low-density polyethylene, and two layers of polyester cord reinforcement. It is blue on one side and white on the other. The bright white finished side really brightens a crawl space with the available lighting and allows you to easily see that your crawl space is free of mold, insects, and dirt. The CleanSpace liner is manufactured with an antimicrobial additive called UltraFresh- molded right into the material. 


Encapsulated CrawlSpace in Farmington

Encapsulated CrawlSpace in Farmington

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When this Farmington homeowner reached out to us, we were ready to serve. John T. listened carefully to their concerns then thoroughly inspected the crawl space. When he presented his findings along with a solution, they were eager to get started.


Our team started by removing all the debris under the home, including the insulation between the floor joists. When you encapsulate your crawl space, you are adding another layer of protection between your home and the earth, so the unsightly insulation hanging from the floor joists in no longer necessary!


The team graded the crawl space and installed the Drainage Matting and the CleanSpace Liner. They also added Vent Seals, sealing the vents entirely and installed the EverLast Door. This door is resistant to mold growth and will not rot or rust. A Sani-Dry Sedona Dehumidifier, the pint-sized powerhouse, was installed to keep the humidity level below 55%.


When the job was completed, they did an in-person walkthrough of the completed work with the homeowner and answered their questions. Another cleaner, drier, healthier home!

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Farmington, AR's Leading Crawl Space Repair & Basement Waterproofing Company

We all know the havoc that the conditions throughout Arkansas can wreak on your home. Whether you're suffering from a moldy crawl space or a leaky basement, Crawl Space Solutions of Arkansas stands ready to solve all of your problems. We are the leading experts in the services that we provide, and offer lasting solutions that are assured to solve and prevent any future issues with your basement or crawl space. We also work with innovative products that have a proven track record of success throughout North America. All of our specialists are highly certified and equipped with the best training possible, and are guaranteed to leave your home better than it was before. Above all else, your satisfaction is our top priority. If you're in need of any of our services don't hesitate - contact us today for a FREE, no obligation estimate in Farmington, AR! 

High Quality Crawl Space Repair Services Throughout Farmington, AR

If your crawl space is experiencing issues such as rot, mold, or structural problems, it's imperative that these issues be addressed immediately to further prevent them from spreading to every part of your home. Some symptoms of crawl space problems include foul odors in the home, uneven floors, drywall cracks in the interior, or an experience in heightened allergies or asthma symptoms. Not only will our innovative products such as our vapor barrier and thermal insulation eliminate these problems, but also create a healthier living space that will help you save on your utility bills and gain valuable storage for your home.

Crawl Space Repair Products & Services

  • Vapor Barriers
  • Energy-Efficient Dehumidifiers
  • Thermal Insulation
  • Structural Repairs
  • Crawl Space Winterization
  • Crawl Space Access Wells
  • Drainage Matting
  • And more!

As a member of CleanSpace, we have access to Basement System's® proven Research and Development department that's constantly testing and searching for the best products and solutions for crawl spaces around the country. 

Basement Waterproofing Services You Can Count On

While other companies might try to sell you on inferior basement waterproofing solutions, Crawl Space Solutions of Arkansas has the developed and patented solutions you can count on. Our products work together to a create a fully functioning waterproofing system that's specifically tailored to your home. All of our sump pumps, energy-efficient dehumidifiers, and more have been used in thousands of homes throughout North America.

Best Basement Waterproofing Products in the Industry!

  • Sump Pumps
  • Basement Floor Tiles
  • Radiant Heat Barriers
  • Rigid Wall Panels
  • Plastic Vapor Barrier
  • Insulated Wall Panels
  • Wall Crack Repair
  • Downspout Extensions
  • Self-Draining Dehumidifiers
  • And more!

There is no one better equipped to keep your Farmington basement dry and healthy for years to come than Crawl Space Solutions of Arkansas! Contact us today to schedule a free, no-obligation estimate!

Case Studies From Farmington
Homeowner Luanne D from Farmington, AR called Crawl Space Solutions of Arkansas due to having standing water in her crawl space. Luanne noticed that...
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Installing an Encapsulation in Farmington, AR

Crawl space encapsulation is the adding of a heavy-duty polyethylene barrier to cover the crawl space including floors, foundation walls, and possibly even its ceiling. An encapsulation barrier could be likened to the lining in your swimming pool that prevents leaks. The barrier works best when it covers your home’s crawl space completely. Sealing tape connects the barrier’s pieces throughout the space, and once the space is sealed, a dehumidifier helps regulate your crawl space’s moisture level.

Our CleanSpace Liner is a white/blue seven-layer reinforced laminate containing no adhesives. The outer layer consists of high strength polyurethane film manufactured using virgin grade resins and containing UVI and thermal stabilizers. CleanSpace is reinforced with two separate plies of a 900-denier polyurethane reinforcement laid in a diagonal pattern spaced 3/8" apart with an additional machine direction polyester every 3" across the width. The individual plies are laminated together with molten polyethylene. 

The second thing we installed is our SmartSump- SmartSumps are designed to evacuate water from the CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. To install the SmartSump, installers follow the following procedures. 

Create a hole in the floor, at the lowest possible elevation in the crawlspace approximately 21" in diameter and excavate down 21" from the floor surface. Set the liner in the hole with the lid approximately 1/4" below the surface of the crawlspace and backfill with clean stone. Install the pump; check valve and section of 1-1/2" PVC discharge pipe that extends above the floor. With the CleanSpace cut approximately 2" inside the liner base all the way around the diameter place the 2-piece lid around the discharge pipe and pull the electrical cord through the other opening in the top and then with the CleanSpace sandwiched between the base and sump lid, bolt the lid into place. Install airtight grommets and alarm. Mount Cord Captain to the 1 1/2" discharge line using supplied pipe clamp for wire management, hang system service envelope using 8" wire tie supplied and fill out all information on labels. 

The last thing we used for this job was our SaniDry Sedona- The Sedona is the most effective and energy-efficient flow through dehumidifier in the world. The Sanidry Sedona eliminates damp, musty odors in your basement or crawlspace by drying and filtering the air. Mold and mildew are musty smelling fungi that thrive in moist conditions. Dust mite fecal matter is the #1 indoor allergen. The SaniDry Sedona will keep your home below 55% relative humidity-- mold won't stand a chance and dust mites will die off!


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Work Requests From Farmington, AR
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Sagging (overspanned) beam and need for encapsulation/insulation.
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Standing water under one side of duplex, moisture affecting subfloor of house, pooling water around foundation pylons
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Looking at buying this home. We got an inspection and were told the vapor barrier was insufficient and needed to be replaced. I was wanting to get an estimate your services.

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