Crawl Space Moisture Control, Mold, & Odors in Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, and Ohio.
A home or office’s crawl space often gives off excessive moisture that, when left untreated, can lead to mold growth, musty odors, and significant structural damages. But with our crawl space solutions in Indianapolis, you can rest assured knowing that nothing harmful is growing beneath the floors of your home or business location.
Professional Repair Team
American Basement Solutions repairs and installs systems that will help you have a clean and dry, odor-free, hygenic crawl space. Our team will look for the source of moisture and, if it’s a crack on the floor, they will immediately fix it. For long-lasting results, they may install an encapsulation system or a dehumidifier to help protect your crawl space from further moisture and poor air quality.
Crawl Space Dehumidifier
Most crawl spaces can benefit from a reliable and durable dehumidifier to dry the air inside them. Excessive humidity can rot the wooden parts of a crawl space, and, of even greater concern, can cause a roster of health problems. With the help of a dehumidifier, moisture can be controlled, and good air quality can be restored. Also, this leads to a healthier home, as you protect your family from the risk of mold growth and allergies that poor air quality coming from the crawl space can cause.
We provide these services to homes and offices in Indianapolis, as well as in Illinois, Kentucky, and Ohio. Contact us today to get a FREE ESTIMATE.
Protects Your Home From:
Crawl Space Mold & Mildew
Bugs, Critters, & Rodents
Crawl Space Structural Damage
Higher Energy Costs
Poor Indoor Air Quality
Our AmeriBrite Encapsulation System seals out crawl space moisture by sealing the crawlspace earth and walls with a heavy crawl space vapor barrier, closing the crawl space vents, and conditioning the crawl space. Learn more about our encapsulation system and other available crawl space solutions in Indianapolis, today.
Crawl Space Mold & Crawl Space Odors
The crawlspace dirt floor emits moisture and odors into the air, which is compounded by the high summer humidity that enters the crawl via the crawl space vents. Excessive moisture in the crawl space leads to mold growth, musty odors, and structural damage. CLICK HERE for more info on Mold Growth.
The airflow mechanics of a house is from bottom to top, this is called “stack effect”. This means that as warm air rises, replacement air is sucked from the lowest part of a house. Nearly 40% of the air on the first floor comes from your crawl space. Each time the furnace comes on, the mold spores and musty odors in the crawl space air is pulled into these ducts (which are most often in the crawl space) and spread throughout the home.
Most crawl spaces can benefit from, and some need a reliable dehumidifier to dry the crawlspace air.