Serving Memphis, Little Rock, Southaven & nearby in the Tri-State Area
This Crawl Space in Alamo, TN had dirt and water pile up, which caused other issues for the home.
We installed our CleanSpace system to encapsulate the crawlspace. The CleanSpace System separates and protects the crawl space interior from outdoor conditions, keeping the space clean and dry.
This customer needed help waterproofing the crawl space of their home. One of the main components of their solution included the installation of a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier and CleanSpace system. The SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier easily fits in small crawl spaces yet has a powerful blower to effectively dry large crawl spaces. The CleanSpace® Crawl Space Vapor Barrier is a durable, bright white crawl space liner that installs on the walls and floors, preventing water vapor and humidity from passing through. By keeping your crawl space dry, you protect your structure and insulation from mold and rot.
Despite not having standing water, the moisture was high enough in this crawl space to cause the hardwood flooring on the first level of the home above the crawl space to ripple, buckle, and even pop out of place in some areas. A full encapsulation system was installed which included a sump pump and dehumidifer.
These homeowners used to have a dirty, incomplete crawlspace, but after calling the Redeemers Group, they can now rest easy with a fully encapsulated crawlspace, complete with our Cleanspae techonology!!
After Tracey Y. noticed the steel plate, which her back porch sits upon, had been settling, she decided to give Redeemers Group a call. After a thorough inspection had been completed, the inspector noticed that the front left and back right corners of the house were also settling, with the concrete under the porch settling as well. Redeemers Group was more than happy to help, and decided the best plan of action would be to encapsulate the dirty, moldy, basement, then complete the foundation work. As seen in these before and after pictures, the crawlspace under the settling house was pretty rough; it even had mold! The encapsulation was completed first, not only ito insure that the foundation work could be completed in a safe enviornment, but also so that the homeowner would no longer have to deal with a moldy, incomplete crawlspace!!