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Responsible basement waterproofing, crawl space repair company serving Lonoke County, Arkansas

We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home. We are the authorized Basement Systems dealer in Lonoke County, AR.

Services we offer in Lonoke County:

  • Wet/flooded basement waterproofing solutions.
  • Lifetime warranty on all perimeter waterproofing systems.
  • Crawl space sealing with CleanSpace vapor barrier.
  • 25-year warranty on crawl space encapsulation systems.
  • Financing Available
  • FREE written estimates and inspections, and fast installation
Job Stories From Lonoke County, AR
Mold In CrawlSpace , Lonoke Ar

Tamera R, Called Crawl Space Solutions because she was having high levels of humidity in her crawlspace. High levels of humidity can mean a lot of things; such as condensation. High humidity levels in a dirt crawl space, cool surfaces such as the earth at 55 degrees, concrete, and metal surfaces will sweat with water vapor condensing out of the air. This causes rot, smells, and is a water source for critters. To prevent this our System Design Specialist decided to use our State Of the Art SmartSump and our CleanSpace Liner. 

The Smart Sump is designed to evacuate water from the clean space crawl space encapsulation system. The production crew installs this system by doing the following. 

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 clean space 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 the supply pipe clamp for wire management, hang system service envelope using 8" wire tie. 

This is how our production team will install the Smart Sump into your crawl space, keeping it nice and dry! 

 

 

CleanSpace Encapsulation, Ward Ar

Homeowner Rick M called in saying he needs to waterproof his crawl space, He said every time it rains his crawl space gets flooded. Rick called the experts here at Crawl Space Solutions of Arkansas to get his Free Inspection.

When our System Design Specialist Lee arrived at Rick M house, Lee did a full inspection and determined the best solution to solve Rick's problems with his water. Lee decided to use the following, SmartSump, IceGuard, CleanSpace, and or SaniDry Sedona. 

The Crew started off by installing the SmartSump by doing the following steps- 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 backfilled 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 opening in the to and then with the clean space sandwiched between that 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 supplies, and fill out all information on labels. After completing this the crew would move to the CleanSpace.

To install the CleanSpace- the liner is carefully cut and installed in sections. Small holes will be drilled into the crawl space walls approximately 6" below the wood sill plate and every 3" along the wall Nylon fasteners are installed to permanently secure the CleanSpace liner to the wall. The top edge of the liner is sealed to the walls with a polyurethane sealant. all seams are sealed with special 4" wide sealing tape and/or sealant The Cleanspace liner is also sealed around other objects, such as pipes, columns, and piers with any combination of sealant or concrete.

Ice Guard is installed immediately after the 1 1/2" discharge line exits the rim joist of the house. A 1 1/2" 90-degree street fitting is installed at the end of the pipe penetration and glued to the Iceguard using PVC glue and cleaning solvent. Iceguard can be used with a 3" or 4" discharge line buried a minimum of 4" under the soil. The length of the 3" or 4" discharge is determined by the topography of the yard and should be run to a downhill grade away from the structure. 

These steps are what the crews would do to properly install these three products.

 

EverLast Door Installation, Austin Ar

Our production team installs many different products to stop/prevent mold, to create a water vapor barrier for your basement or crawlspace. One product we install is our vent covers or EverLast Door. These covers greatly improve the appearance, operation, and energy efficiency of a basement window. The bright, modern, easy gliding Everlast is a must for every home. By letting in outside air we increase our heating bills in the winter, increase our cooling bills in the summer and actually let more moisture into the house. The EverLast door will seal off outside air, compatible with a damp environment near the ground, and look good for years to come. The EverLast door can be used on block walls, Poured Walls, or Stone Walls. To use it on a block wall- first, the frame comes out, measure block to block horizontally and block to sill plate vertically, subtract 1/2" from each measurement for window size. To install it on a poured wall- Frame stays in- measure between innermost parts of the frame both ways and subtract 1/2" from each measurement for window size. For Stone Walls- Measure opening that would be left when the old wood frame is removed and subtract 1/2 from each measurement for window size. 

The installation procedures:

In the opening using his level of the entire window in the opening. Using a window and door foam that has minimal expansion properties is best so it won't blow in the window jambs. Leave the foam to sit for 15 minutes to allow for expansion and cure time. Next, tape off the window jambs to protect the jamb and window. Use a small bead of hydraulic cement or textured FlexiCaulk on the interior and exterior of the window.

Just like this, the EverLast Door will be properly installed! 

 

Clean Space Installation and SaniDry Sedona in England, Ar

Since up to 50% of household air can flow up from your crawl space, it’s important to keep it as clean and dry as possible. Adding a crawl space vapor barrier and dehumidifier is widely accepted as the best way to improve indoor air quality and make energy improvements inside your home.

Water vapor enters the crawl space from the ground (even through cement), leading many people to encapsulate their crawl space to keep the moisture out.

Some Benefits:

  • Improved air quality in your crawl space and home
  • Creates inhospitable area for pests and wood-destroying insects
  • Allows for more comfortable living conditions
  • Avoid fungi/mold issues and structural damage
  • Greater energy efficiency in your home

Encapsulating, or at least sealing crawl spaces is a popular solution for avoiding indoor moisture issues. Encapsulation can be compared to the lining added to swimming pools to avoid leaks.

A heavy-duty polyethylene barrier is added to completely cover your crawl space - usually the floors, foundation walls, and sometimes even ceiling.

Once your space is completely sealed, the final piece of encapsulation is controlling the air to maintain a healthy humidity level. The most common way to do this is by adding a dehumidifier to regulate your crawl space’s moisture level.

This barrier and dehumidifier combination protects the crawl space from excess moisture and all the problems that come along with it.

Clean Space Installation and SaniDry Sedona in England, Ar - Photo 1
Installing a encapsulation in Carlise Ar

The most basic way to view it is that crawl space encapsulation turns your crawl space into a waterproof capsule. There are a ton of reasons why you would want to do this that we’ll get to in a minute but first a little more about this whole encapsulation thing. First, a waterproof vapor barrier is installed. This vapor barrier is usually made from heavy-duty plastics, laminates, and resins. 

The first thing we install when we do an encapsulation is our drainage matting. The drainage matting is great for crawl space drainage under Cleanspace on concrete or dirt floors. The dimples allow better conductivity for water to get to the perimeter drainage or sump pump located in the lowest spot of the crawlspace. The drainage matting also softens the floor and increases durability. 

The second thing we installed is our cleanspace liner- which is used to isolate the home from the earth completely and permanently. This dramatically reduces the humidity levels in the air which when combined with sealing outside air and dehumidification (SaniDry Sedona) will eliminate mold growth and rot from the crawl space.

The last thing we installed was our Smart Sump-which is a combination of patented and custom components that make up a highly efficient and reliable water evacuation system for crawl space environments. Smart Sumps are designed to evacuate water from the cleanspace crawl space encapsulation system. 

 

Work Requests From Lonoke County, AR
Vicinity of Carson Bridge Rd in Lonoke
We have moisture in our crawlspace causing our floors to buckle.
Vicinity of VALLEY BROOK DRIVE in Lonoke
Need to do crawlspace under the house
Vicinity of Barnett Rd in Lonoke
Need cleaning, duct repair and possibly new vapor barrier under my home of approx 3,000 sq ft. Right now I just need ballpark pricing for such work. Please send to above email address.
Vicinity of in Lonoke
Water under house from resent heavy rains. Probably needs pumping system and plastic put down
Vicinity of in Lonoke
We have an indoor concrete block storm cellar which is flooding despite efforts to waterproof
Vicinity of Calvary Circle in Lonoke
We are needing a quote to get our crawl space dehumidified. We are having slight mold issues and would like the situation resolved before it gets too cold. Thank you!
Serving the following Lonoke County, AR zip codes
Cabot 72023, Ward 72176, Lonoke 72086, Austin 72007, England 72046, Carlisle 72024, Humnoke 72072, Keo 72083, Coy 72037

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