Category: Crawlspace

Why is Standing Water and Mold in my Crawl Space?
Posted on January 25, 2017

Do you suspect you have a moisture problem in your crawl space? Is there a musty smell in your home? Did your pest control exterminator tell you mold is growing on your floor joists? Did your air conditioning technician inform you that it’s wet in your crawl space? Did you take a peek in your

Home Maintenance Tip: Solve Poor Yard Drainage Issues
Posted on February 12, 2016

If your back yard looks like you have a lake front lot after a rain storm, then you’ve got drainage problems. Poor yard drainage can cause a variety of problems including foundation cracks, rotted siding, rot to wood structural components, mold in crawl spaces or in basements, erosion and migrating soil and mulch. How does

Home Maintenance Tip: Install Fallen Fiberglass Insulation in your Crawl Space
Posted on October 03, 2014

When inspecting your crawl space as part of routine home maintenance, it is important to check for fallen fiberglass insulation. Insulation keeps your floors warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Insulation also increases energy efficiency that will decrease your utility bills. In crawl spaces, fiberglass batt insulation is often used to insulate

Home Maintenance Tip: Why You Need to Inspect Your Crawlspace
Posted on July 25, 2014

Crawl spaces can be dark, dirty and even a little creepy. You may have avoided ever entering your crawl space. Yet, the crawl space is one of the most important areas of a house. It is often the home to plumbing pipes, electrical wiring, heating and air conditioning equipment and ductwork as well as gas

Home Maintenance Tip: How to Check for Termites
Posted on July 19, 2014

Do you gasp when you hear the word “termites?” There’s good reason to be concerned. Termites cause billions of dollars of damage to homes and other structures each year and are found in all the states except Alaska. Because termites eat wood from the inside, homeowners are often unaware of the damage until it is

Home Maintenance Tip: How to Prepare to Inspect Your Crawl Space
Posted on July 11, 2014

Crawl spaces are the areas underneath your living space where many components of your house reside. Examples include plumbing pipes, electrical wiring and heating and air conditioning equipment. The crawl space access door may be on the interior of the house but usually is on the exterior. So, you’re now convinced of the importance of

5 Reasons Not to Ignore a Wet Crawlspace
Posted on August 12, 2013

Out of sight, out of mind is the attitude some homeowners often have when it comes to their  crawlspace.  The crawlspace is easy to forget since you don’t live in it.  Unfortunately, a wet crawlspace effects the inside of your home as well as the foundation. Here are five important reasons to repair your wet

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