Crawl Space Encapsulation
Have you had any problems with your crawl space lately? Notice any mold, mildew, or condensation on your ductwork? Maybe there is a musty smell that you don’t remember or maybe the issue has already spread to other parts of your house.
If this is the case, you’ll need to encapsulate and insulate the crawl space of your Murfreesboro home as soon as possible. United Structural Systems encapsulation specialists know what it takes to keep your home dry and reverse moisture issues.
What is Crawl Space Encapsulation?
Our crawl space encapsulation and insulation company in Murfreesboro knows it’s important to avoid moisture entering your crawl space. Our state-of-the-art vapor barriers and waterproofing materials to shield the interior of your crawl space. This helps control the humidity and moisture levels in your crawl space and prevents costly repairs.
When to Get Crawl Space Encapsulation
In order to prevent serious damage, you’ll need to look out for moisture buildup in your crawl space. The most obvious sign of excessive moisture is condensation on walls, insulation, or ductwork.
Your home is made up of organic materials which are highly susceptible to moisture damage. While you may not be able to see moisture damage during inspections of your home, moisture can seep in at any moment. Be sure to stay alert for any moldy or stale odors, as this can be a sign that moisture damage is in progress.
The Benefits of Encapsulating Your Crawl Space
You could experience better air quality inside your home if you have a vapor barrier installed. Additionally, you may see lower heating and cooling costs, as well as improved performance, longevity, and reliability of your HVAC system.
A dry crawl space protects your home’s most important elements – like insulation and wood joists – from mildew, decay, and rot.