All-Dry of the Carolinas is a Basement Systems dealer for South Carolina in the Columbia, Anderson, Augusta, Rock Hill areas.
All-Dry of the Carolinas, Inc. was established by John Mitchell and his wife in a small office & warehouse and office at 432 Church Street in Laurens, South Carolina, in September, 1991.
All-Dry of the Carolinas offers Basement Waterproofing services, including:
All-Dry of the Carolinas is also a member of the Homebuilders Association of Laurens County Chamber of Commerce and honorary members of Who's Who in Business Leaders Worldwide. John Mitchell was the recipient of the Laurens County Chamber's 3rd Quarter 2004 Small Businessman award, and the 2004 Small Businessman of the Year.
In southern North Carolina, All-Dry of the Carolinas serves the counties of Buncombe, Haywood, Henderson, Macon, McDowell, Polk, Transylvania, including Asheville.
In northeast Georgia, we serve Augusta, Canon, Cornelia, Elberton, Franklin Springs, Reed Cree, Snialsville, Toccoa, Turnerville, and all surrounding areas.
Repeat after me: WaterGuard is the way to go. Did you say it? You should have because it’s true. Our WaterGuard is the piping system many competitors wish they had. WaterGuard intercepts water at the perimeter of the basement and drains it away unseen. It’s the perfect product for any basement that is having water intrusion issues. This Burnsville, NC basement was no different.
Our ‘before’ photo showcases a relatively normal basement. It looks fine at a glance. However, if we take a look closer, we begin to notice this ghostly white residue along the walls. You guessed it. That’s efflorescence. It’s what is left behind after water has come and gone. It’s not the prettiest thing in the world, but most homeowners have no idea how to deal with it.
That’s where All-Dry of the Carolinas comes into play.
We use a large variety of products here at All-Dry of the Carolinas. Even so, one of the last things we want do is hand a customer more than what they need. In this ‘after’ photo, you can see how we kept it simple. This basement called for WaterGuard and that’s what we delivered. We made a small incision along the perimeter, as we promised, inserted the WaterGuard system, and walked away. The job was done. We covered it with cement, and as soon as it dries, no one will notice the difference.
One way that water vapor can get into the crawlspace is through the door. This is actually pretty common, as many crawlspace doors have gaps around them, which allowing air to flow into the crawlspace where the water vapor will start to condense. Once the water condenses onto different areas in the crawlspace (particularly organic surfaces), mold can begin to grow, which can cause serious problems for the homeowner.
The "before" picture shows pretty much exactly what was just explained. This certainly was not the worst crawlspace entrance, but we have certainly seen better! As you can see, the top and right-hand side of the door have pretty large gaps, which leaves a lot of room for air to rush in. The EverLast door will be even more effective since this door is almost even with the ground, which means in a flood, water could pretty easily get into the crawlspace.
The "after" picture shows the installed EverLast Door. It may not be as pretty or "rustic" as the old door, but it is certainly more effective at keeping the air out! The EverLast door creates an airtight seal when "shut", which you do by turning the knobs at the upper corners. This was a huge part of this job because it helps to keep the dehumidifier from working as hard because it keeps out unnecessary moisture.
Looking into this crawlspace in Blacksburg, SC is enough to scare anyone. Not only is it dark and dirty, but the house is barely being held up. Cinderblocks and bricks is what this house was relying on to stay afloat. Installation hung from the ceiling and littered the floor, along with old piping that looks hazardous to be around. Water was seeping through the walls, causing damage and high moister levels. With all this going on, one might run screaming at the mess, but not our All-Dry of the Carolina’s Team! We were able to solve the problem with a combination of our waterproofing technology and foundation repair systems.
When it comes to your crawlspace, protecting it from water build up is very important. This crawlspace in Blacksburg, SC was experiencing water puddling around the perimeter causing high levels of moisture. When water puddles in the crawlspace is can cause damage to the foundation, ruin insulation, and mold, mildew, and decay.
In this specific case, the puddling water had caused mold to begin to grow around the crawlspace. To fix this issue our All-Dry of the Carolinas team used Mold-X Cleaner was cleaning the contaminated mold surfaces in the crawlspace. Mold-X’s purpose is to remove and reduce staining from mold, mildew, dirt, soil, and other organic debris from surface areas in the crawlspace. Our team then placed CleanSpace in the crawlspace, wrapping it around the walls, floor, and piers. CleanSpace is a 20 mil tick liner that is laid across the crawlspace floor and wrapped around walls and piers. This liner works as a barrier to keep moister that is produced from the ground out of the crawlspace. In addition to the CleanSpace a SuperSump was added to the crawlspace as a way of pushing excess water that enters from outside. The SuperSump works in coordination with the Aprilaire, a dehumidifier which is used to collect extra moister that is produced under your home. The moister collected from the dehumidifier is then drained into a condensate pump which then pumps the water from the crawlspace. With all of these products All-Dry of the Carolinas was able to completely waterproof this crawlspace!
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