Crawl Space Repair Solutions
Most crawl spaces are moldy, foul-smelling spaces that homeowners avoid at all costs. Many of them flood, and they're often filled with debris left over from when the house was constructed. In more extreme cases, they can be rotting structures with rodents, animals, and other pests living within. We can help prevent or correct moisture and humidity problems with our custom crawl space moisture barrier solutions.
No matter what type of crawl space repair solution you might need, Thrasher Foundation Repair has the experience and proven products to make things right. We install crawl space dehumidifiers, insulation, crawl space sump pumps, vent covers, vapor barrier and more - all designed specifically for crawl spaces.
Crawl space repair is the perfect solution to help you save money on utility bills, avoid unnecessary repairs, and create a healthy living space in your home. With crawl space encapsulation, you will gain valuable space for storage and protect your home once we have sealed your crawl space with a durable vapor barrier.
At Thrasher, it's our job to make sure that your musty crawl space is transformed into a cleaner, drier, healthier, and more energy-efficient space
Our Approach to Crawl Space Repair
If your crawl space is damp, smells, needs to be winterized or is exhibiting settlement issues, our team will conduct a complete on-site inspection, consultation and same-day estimate for a complete solution. Thrasher's complete crawl space repair solution includes:
Install Airtight Doors & Vent Covers
Sealing your crawl space doors and vents stops the cycle of cold, humidity, and moisture entering from the outside air.
Remove Any Standing Water Sources
The next step is to eliminate any sources of flooding in your crawl space by installing a crawl space drain and sump pump system.
Repair the Structure
If your crawl space is sagging or damaged by prolonged mold and rot, the next step is to install crawl space support jacks to help restore your structure.
Encapsulate & Insulate the Crawl Space
To stop moisture from passing through your floors and porous concrete walls, a crawl space vapor barrier should be installed. Installing crawl space drainage matting underneath the crawl space liner will help direct water to the drainage system and sump pump.
Install A Dehumidifier
Installing an energy-efficient, self-draining crawl space dehumidifier will keep your space dry. Our crawl space dehumidifier system includes a filter that removes particles from the air as small as 2 microns. This ensures that your crawl space is protected from mold, dust mites, and mildew damage - permanently.
Get a Free Inspection
Give us a call at 1-844-948-3306 or complete this form and we'll contact you shortly to schedule a free inspection, and you'll get a no-obligation written quote during our initial visit.
Before & After
The Thrasher Difference.
No matter the job - we aren't going to feel good about the hard work we've done until you're happy. So we'll do it right or make it right. That's the Thrasher promise.
For the last 45 years in the basement and foundation repair industry, we've focused on the value of doing whatever it takes to get the job done and "wow" our customers every step of the way.
Need affordable payment options? We've got you covered.
Cracked foundations, leaky basements and mildewy crawlspaces are often serious problems that shouldn't be ignored. If you feel you've put your repair project off long enough, financing can help you get it done now instead of later. It's not worth gambling with the investment you've made in your home!
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Once in your crawl space, warm air condenses and leaves standing water before it works its way up and out of your home. Known as the stack effect, this process will worsen over time and create mold and wood rot in your crawl space while also hurting your energy efficiency.
There is no one size fits all approach. The solution to remove moisture from your crawl space needs to be designed specifically to address your issues and to accomplish your goals.
A crawl space is an unoccupied, unfinished, narrow space within a building, between the ground and the first floor. The crawl space is so named because there is typically only enough room to crawl rather than stand.
There are ways to fill it in but it is not cost effective to do so. You can also turn it into a basement but it is a difficult, expensive process to do so.
Similar to a basement. An interior drainage system, sump pump, and crawlspace encapsulation system is the best way to address.
There is no one size fits all approach. The solution to waterproof your crawl space needs to be designed specifically to address your issues and to accomplish your goals.