The Symptoms:

Crawl spaces play an important role in your property’s overall health. There are many symptoms that can help determine the current state of your crawlspace. These include:

-Wet Crawl Space (Moisture)

-Sagging Floors

-Crawl Space Mold

Unhealthy crawl spaces can mean an unstable foundation, but it can also impact your home’s health. Exposed crawl spaces with limited insulation can cause other fungus and bacteria to grow. You need professionals, like those at IWP, to perform wet crawl space repair in your Wichita home.

The Causes:

Although it is common to have an exposed dirt floor in your crawl space, this is the leading cause of damp crawl spaces. The soil beneath your crawl space absorbs the moisture, causing the area to become wet. This creates an environment for unwanted things like mold, bacteria, and pests.

Do I Need to Fix This?

Wet crawl spaces can indicate several things. That’s why we recommend getting a professional opinion to determine the severity of your crawl space’s health. Moisture in your crawl space can affect your air quality in your living spaces, so it’s best to assess the situation right away. At IWP Foundation Repair, we perform free consultations to determine the correct solution for you and your home.

Our Solution:

The professionals at IWP have various solutions to help get your home healthy again. When it comes to wet crawl spaces, we will determine the best water management solution to benefit your home. Our common solutions include:

-Moisture Barrier

-Diverter

-Drainage

-Sump Pump

-Air Quality Control

Each solution will be customized to fit your property. We also will assess your foundation structure, to ensure no damage has occurred. Don’t wait to address the situation, call the professionals at IWP today!

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