Crawl Space Waterproofing-Berrier

Waterproofing a crawlspace is defined as the resistance of the passage of water under hydrostatic pressure through the foundation and accumulating in the crawlspace. This process is usually applied with the construction of a home by installing gutters, the proper sloping of soil, waterproofing membrane or sealant on foundation wall, downspout extensions, and external perimeter footing drains. The truth is that most builders fail to follow these waterproofing techniques and leave out one or more of these essential waterproofing systems. While grading, upgrading gutters, and downspout extensions will reduce the amount of ground water entering the crawlspace, it is often impractical that these steps alone will completely prevent water from leaking into the crawlspace. An external footing drain is impractical and costly to install due to porches, decks, pipes, garages, sidewalks, landscaping, etc.

The best crawlspace waterproofing method is an internal perimeter drainage system. While we offer several moisture control techniques, the first step in any wet crawlspace is to install perimeter drainage and a crawlspace sump pump system.

911 Foundation & Roofing can solve your crawlspace water problem

Mostly all problems in a crawlspace can be traced back to some type of water or moisture intrusion into the crawlspace. Wood rot, mold, termites, and musty odors are all symptoms of a wet crawlspace. A wet crawl space will also add excessive amounts of unwanted water vapor or moisture to your home every day.

Also, your home will NOT pass a home inspection with water in your crawlspace.

911 Foundation & Roofing has the expertise and professionalism to help you solve your crawlspace water problem and create a healthier environment for your family. When we inspect your crawl space, we look for any sign that could indicate a water problem whether it is structural, mechanical or environmental. Contact us today to schedule your FREE inspection.

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