Crawlspace Encapsulation Services in Lahaska, PA
Professional Linings for Extra Protection
You may not think much about your crawlspace, but it’s an influential part of your home. Did you know that nearly half of the interior air you breathe comes from your crawlspace? This makes it important to keep the area dry. At TRU Basement Waterproofing, we can provide a crawlspace encapsulation for your Lahaska, PA home. This will keep water and moisture out of your crawlspace and keep your indoor air healthy.
Vapor Barrier Lining
Because of its location, your crawlspace is subject to moisture, dampness, or even leaks. This water presence can not only compromise its integrity, it can also lead to mold growth. When you inhale mold spores, it can severely affect your health and the health of your family. At TRU Basement Waterproofing, we can help prevent dangerous mold growth with a vapor barrier lining.
During your Lahaska, PA crawlspace encapsulation, we’ll assess your area and determine where it’s prone to moisture. We’ll also look for any cracks or gaps that could let in water and fill them in with the right materials. After that, we’ll wrap your crawlspace in a vapor barrier lining. This lining will cover all parts of your crawlspace, including the ground, wall, and concrete supports. This seals the area and provides a layer of moisture protection.
In addition to moisture protection, a crawlspace encapsulation for your Lahaska, PA home offers a variety of benefits, such as:
A more comfortable home: A sealed crawlspace will be warmer in the winter and will reduce humidity presence in the summer.
Improved air quality: A dry crawlspace means no mold or mildew growth. No mold or mildew growth means better indoor.
Future rot and repair protection: Moisture and mold growth can rot away your crawlspace wood and cost you money in future repairs.
A barrier against pests: Pests love moisture. When you seal your crawlspace, you can eliminate moisture and deter them from making your home theirs.
Lower energy costs: An encapsulated crawlspace is more temperature-controlled, which means it can help you reduce your monthly heating and cooling costs.
An appealing selling point: If you’re ever going to sell your home, a crawlspace encapsulation is a great selling point for potential buyers.