To stop moisture from passing through your floors and porous concrete walls, a crawl space vapor barrier should be installed. A durable liner will allow for servicemen to use the space without damage while transforming your crawl space into usable storage space. This is also the best time to install crawl space insulation on your walls or floors. Installing crawl space drainage matting underneath the crawl space liner will help direct water to the drainage system and sump pump.
Larry and Teresa B. of Cassatt, SC had an unfinished basement with some mold and humidity issues. They wanted to keep the area clean and mold-free, while also using the space for storage. Calling Cantey Foundation Specialists for a free estimate, Larry and Teresa learned about the CleanSpace system and how it would benefit their basement for years to come. The Cantey Production Crew first took out all of the insulation, treated the mold, and then began to wrap the piers and walls with the ultra thick encapsulation material. Now, the space is clean, mold free, and ready for storage!
Clifford L. started to notice his floor becoming unlevel in his living room. He wanted to ignore the issue, believing that it would be costly to fix. Unfortunately, he soon could not ignore the problem any longer and knew he needed to fix his floors to ensure that he would not get injured. While listening to the radio, he heard an advertisement about Cantey Foundation Specialists and the work they do in crawl spaces. After setting up the appointment with our friendly Call Center, he soon met Specialist Jamie Beresford. Specialist Jamie went through Clifford's crawl space and found dry rot wood that had been caused by moisture. Specialist Jamie explained to Clifford that to save his floors, he would need to replace the wood that had been damaged and install CleanSpace technology to block out any additional moisture that could cause more damage. Team Leader Matt Garcia along with Team Members Nick Riddick and David Herbert came out and successfully replaced the wood and installed Cantey's patented CleanSpace system. Clifford no longer has to worry about the structure of his floors, and he could not be happier with the service that the Cantey team provided.
Allison M. just bought her home in Camden, SC and is excited to be a first-time homeowner. She has dreamed of finally owning a home and there was no better place than her hometown to have one. She knew it would need some repairs so she started with the foundation and crawl space. Allison's dad always taught her that the foundation and crawl space of a home needed to be taken care of. Allison knew of a company in town called Cantey Foundation Specialists and that they provided free inspections. She gave them a call and made an appointment with System Design Specialist Chip Baxter. When Chip arrived he did a thorough inspection before sitting down with Allison. He explained to her that her crawl space had some moisture damage. This damage would only get worse unless she did something to prevent it. Cantey's CleanSpace system could help her protect her home. The CleanSpace system would begin with the floor, walls, and piers being wrapped or covered in a thick material. This material would separate the home and crawl space from the ground and moisture. The material is then secured with spray foam adhesive to create a complete barrier. This barrier would keep the crawl space dry and prevent further damage from moisture. Allison knew she needed to protect her new home so she scheduled the installation. Production Crew Leader Estevan Lopez, Production Crew Member Jonathan Whitaker, and Production Crew Member Phillip Sullivan came out and effectively installed the CleanSpace system. Allison is glad she worked with Cantey to improve her home and allow her to move forward with other home renovations.
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