Your local basement waterproofing and wet basement repair company in Newbury Park, CA is So Cal Crawl Space Solutions
We specialize in foundation waterproofing using quality Basement Systems products. We will design a customized system to keep your basement dry. As your local Basement Systems contractor, we can help you choose the best basement waterproofing options for your home.
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If you get water in your basement every time it rains or you have an old sump pump that can’t keep up, a new basement sump pump can help keep your basement dry. Basement Systems has tested many pumps over the years and we use Zoeller pumps because we know they work.
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Moisture in the basement leads to mold growth that can damage your home, make you and your family sick, and make your basement and whole house smell musty. The solution is to remove moisture from the air. The SaniDry Sedona basement dehumidifier and air system from Basement Systems wrings the moisture from basement air and makes the damp feeling and musty smell go away!
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Project Location: Newbury Park, CA 91320
Comment: I own a townhome in South Lake Tahoe. The crawl space and first floor is not insulated, has no vapor barrier and has 2-4? vents to the outside. Built in the 70s. I am guessing that the crawl space is about 500-600 square feet and about 3 feet high. There is a heat vent from the forced air furnace that goes into the crawl space. The space does get damp when the snow melts and from watering the lawn. I have not seen any pooling of water as the ground is very sandy. The townhouse is about 150-200 from the lakeshore. so what is the best solution and about how much $$. Humidity does not seem to be a problem but there has been pipe and sewer leaks in other units. there have been cases of critters living in the crawl spaces (squirrels, rodents, et al) so that may be another problem to deal with. I have not heard if any of the other owners have insulated or sealed their crawlspaces- there are about 170 townhouse in the complex- Lakeland village at 3535 Lake Tahoe Blvd. SLT, CA. Perhaps other owners would be interested in a solution to this problem. I am on the HOA board and have heard other complaints about the crawl spaces. sorry for the long message, Hope to hear from you soon, Glenn Mutch
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