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Crawl Space Repair & Encapsulation

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Crawl Space Moisture, an email from a customer

by | Sunday, February 7, 2016

Hi, My crawl space is moist, i.e., the air is damp and the foundation walls show signs of wetness. A mold inspector has not found mold and the subfloor is dry. I am planning to dry out the crawl space and I have a few questions regarding your product and the various approaches that I’ve read about:1. I’ve come to your site via ‘Ask the Builder’ where you or one of your colleagues pointed to...

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Crawl Space Drains- What if I have a leak?

by | Sunday, February 7, 2016

What if I have a leak from a pipe after I have my crawl space encapsulated? I will have a swimming pool under my house, should I have some kind of drain installed in the vapor barrier? This question usually arises after meeting with a franchise company that sells a drain for their vapor barrier system. The product pitch is designed to settle a fear of what if my crawl space gets water in it...

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How To Close Crawl Space Foundation Vents

by | Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Although it may seam more difficult to close your foundation vent with a concrete block it is actually not that hard and far more cost effective. The franchise companies sell their “vent covers” for around $25 each. To close your vent with a cement block will cost you about $3. Vent covers will not keep out the winter temperatures or keep the mice out (I have see them chew through metal)....

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How to Install Foundation Pins™ - Video Walkthrough

by | Saturday, February 7, 2015

Installing the Foundation Pins™ may seem like it is too hard or unnecessary, but I assure you it is needed in order for your investment to last the many years you are expecting it to. Caulks, adhesives and just plain goop will not hold anyones liner to the wall for long without a mechanical fastener. If it could be done without any permanent fasteners, then all of the professional...

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Installation Of The Foundation Seal Tape™ - Video Walkthrough

by | Thursday, October 16, 2014

Like any tape you want to make sure the surface is clean and dry. A small hand broom works well and will get the job done. A steel wire brush is too coarse and will cause unneeded surface dust. The only time this tape won’t work is when the foundation block is either damp or dirty. If it is to damp to stick you can use a polyurethane caulk to seal the crawl space liner to the foundation...

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