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This commercial application of our PolyLyft and NexusPro products was a quick and clean concrete leveling job. The concrete slab behind this business had sank and cracked over the years and in time would have cause more property damage.
A dirt and cement crawl space that went from a dirty storage space to a clean and protected part of the home. With the installed vapor barrier this crawl space is much more likely to have consistent temperatures, and far less likely to experience mold growth.
Taking care of moisture in the air that comes from the ground and the nasty debris within this crawl space by removing the trash and encapsulating it with our CleanSpace vapor barrier provides this home with a needed increase in protection from mold growth and an increase in air quality.
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We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home. We are the authorized Basement Systems dealer in Guilford County, NC.
Water in the basement or crawl space leads to mold, rot, musty odors and structural issues. It also leads to a reoccurring headache for you. Luckily, our trained experts are available to permanently fix the problem.
We will properly install a hidden drainage system in your Guilford County basement and completely encapsulate your crawl space with CleanSpace vapor barrier. We are here to solve the problem for you.
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Mary Knesel was having serious issues with water damage on the floors along the perimeter of her basement. This area is a space where friends and family gather in order to spend quality time together, so this was an issue she wanted fixed and wanted fixed with care. In order to do this she called the Carolina Basement Systems team! The primary foreman, Jose Cerda, took extra care in remedying Mary's issues. In order to fix these issues Jose installed a Basement Air Machine in order to rid Mary's basement of excess moisture. He also installed a Sump Pump and WaterGuard which aids in collecting the water entering the basement and redirecting it to a non problematic site on the property.
Mary was more than thankful for the help she received from the Carolina Basement Systems team and is excited to continuously use her basement for her enjoyment.
Just because there is not a cracked in your slab or peices missing does not mean that your slab does not need help. In this instance, foundation issues were causing the slab to sink in some places. This could be because the soil underneath your home is contracting or expanding, or because the fill soil was not compacted properly. Even the best jobs can struggle with compacting the soil properly! This problem will only lead to bigger issues, so fixing it when it is small is imperative.
The crawl space of a home can be the catalyst for many issues and has a unique role for the house. This job showed early signs of moisture and temperature regulation issues as well as a sinking upstairs floor. These symptoms and issues were taken care of by installing a vapor barrier and a SmartJack.
The problems that this home had was easy to treat using the crawl space. The CleanSpace and SilverGlo applied to the walls and throughout the crawl space helps to block vapor and help to regulate humidity within the home. Also, the crawl space for the house was the perfect location to install a SmarJack that greatly supports the floor above it and even has a chance to level a sagging floor back out.
After this smooth installation it was very enjoyable to take in how clean and neat the crawl space looked. The homeowner was very pleased with the installation from start to finish with the service, effectiveness of the products, and the aesthetic as well.
Sometimes jobs are quick and easy, but every now and then a major overhaul is required. This home was experiencing excess levels of seepage. Water stood along the basement floor and was inches deep within the back part of the crawl space. The water damage, impracticality, and threat to the integrity of the home’s foundation was increasing with time.
This being the case the homeowner decided to waterproof and vapor barrier all of it. Our two-man crew went into the unknown and when they found the pool of water inside the crawl space, they drained it of its water and cleaned out the debris. This was done before being able to install a single product. They spent an entire week, working as late at 9pm to get the job done in time, but the results were unbelievable.
This basement and crawl space mixed house is now protected from water entry and looks amazing. We installed our patented waterproofing system utilizing WaterGuard, EZflow, and sump pumps, as well as our vapor barrier CleanSpace along its entirety. The homeowner was shocked to find the extent of the water seepage but after the job was completed, he was thrilled with the finished work.
This crawl space in Browns Summit needed a full encapsulation. It was quickly building up trash from unneeded items and the black plastic and insulation that was placed when the house was being built was wearing out. The plastic had started to rip and rise away from the corners exposing the ground and failing at its only purpose. With water intrusion on a regular basis and the current short-term solutions failing the homeowner they decided to install a system that actually protects their home.
We installed CleanSpace, EZflow, a dehumidifier, and a sump pump. This system fully waterproofs the crawl space from the interior and protects the air from moisture. The waterproofing runs around the perimeter of the crawl space and is pumped out through the sump pump. The moisture in the air is kept in check using the dehumidifier as well as the vapor barrier that keeps water from the ground and water from the air outside from getting into the air inside the crawl space.
This home went from being problematic and at risk of future issues to clean, protected, and has seen an increase in value. The homeowners were very pleased with the job from the way it looked to the square footage they gained and the protection that this system offers.
This home’s crawl space was built with minimal protection. Like a lot of crawl spaces, they are built with insulation on the top and black plastic on the ground. Unfortunately, these are temporary solutions and aren’t very efficient. The homeowner of this home was wanting to be proactive and protect his property before it became a problem, as well as clean the space out to add usable space to his house.
We cleaned out the black plastic which had started to rip, exposing the ground and not providing protection from water vapor and installed our patented CleanSpace vapor barrier. This looks much cleaner but also protects the crawl space a lot more effectively. The CleanSpace along with SilverGlo insulation on the walls insulates and protects this crawl space from moisture in the air and assists in regulating the internal temperature of the home.
In addition to having our patented products installed, this crawl space’s insulation was not showing signs of deterioration from condensation and mold, so we were able to keep it in place. Being able to do so saves it from getting ruined in the future and adds another layer of insulation to the home. Once we were finished the crawl space looked great and the homeowner was very happy. The crawl space not only became a usable part of his home but is now a much more energy efficient space.
The painted block wall of this home’s basement had begun to chip paint and hold water. Once the water made its way to the block wall it stored up inside itself and during big rains would start leaking into the basement area. This unhealthy situation led the homeowners to us.
We inspected the issue and quickly recognized this common problem. As water levels in the ground would rise and the basement walls were beginning to be exposed to run off, water could easily find its way to the block wall. After reviewing our solutions and having questions answered the homeowners were very confident with contracting us.
We were able to install this project in one day and got it completely running. Our system waterproofed the entire basement and protected the air from water vapor coming through the walls. This keep water off the floor of course, but also help to keep the humidity inside lower. These clients were satisfied with our work and very pleased with our inspection process.
Tattered plastic and insulation covered the floor of this humid and moldy crawl space. There were signs of water damage on the block walls, but we were there to protect the crawl space against rises in humidity that would form mold underneath the home and waft into the living areas. To do this we treated the crawl space as if it were part of the home. The most efficient option, chosen by the homeowner, was a vapor barrier covering encapsulating the entire crawl space.
The way CleanSpace vapor barrier works is simple; it keeps moisture out of the air inside the crawl space by sealing off the areas that water vapor exists. By wrapping up the walls and interior supports the water does not have a way to escape. This does not do much to rid the block walls of physical water, but it protects the air from that water in the form of moisture and helps lower humidity.
After we finished encapsulating the crawl space with our patented CleanSapce vapor barrier the homeowners were very happy with the result. The crawl space before was in rough shape. The space was completely useless, made it hard to heat and cool the home, and had an ever-growing risk of mold growth. Now the crawl space is more economic for the home and works to protect itself from the weather.
Compared to our typical crawl space encapsulations this job was very simple, however the situation did bring about some challenges. The owner of the home did not want to upgrade the existing plastic covering inside the crawl space and was only looking for a waterproofing system. So, to do this we had to carefully pull up the plastic, without it ripping, and install our waterproofing products. In addition to this, we had to level portions of the crawl space back out after rain muddied up the ground around the sump pump pit.
Once our system was in the ground, and ready to protect the crawl space, it was relatively simple to make the job look clean and to re-lay the thin black plastic cover. We usually recommend a much stronger vapor barrier that is more resistant to rips and tears, as well as some other humidity and air quality control measures, but the job was finished as intended and just in time.
With the rain that week starting to pick up the crawl space needed something to keep it from flooding, and that is what we provided. The homeowner was happy with the installation and the protection it offered to his home.