If your home has a crawl space, setting up a professional vapor barrier is the key to protecting it from moisture. This method is most often accomplished by installing the crawl space vapor barrier in the wall surface and flooring of the area, this ensures that moisture, pests, and bacteria can't get in. If you've noticed that water is accumulating on or near the pipes and concrete walls in your crawl space, you may be overdue for crawl space vapor barrier. These situations often only get worse in the humid summer months, causing condensation to form on not only the walls and pipes but even floors, too, so call DryHouse before it's too late and make sure you get an inspection and if necessary a vapor barrier as soon as possible.
“I needed my crawlspace fixed up due to water issues. The quote was very fair and the salesman was not pushy, unlike other companies. The work took two days to complete, which was really quick! All in all, I was extremely happy with the work done and I feel like my family will have much healthier air to breath.”John Mitchell Happy Customer/Birmingham, MI
“Have spoken with the sales staff on various occasions. Always very professional and courteous. Once I decide to go forward, it will definitely be with Dry House!”Lorraine H. Happy Customer/Canton, MI
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We use a proprietary interior basement waterproofing system that has been developed and tested over decades. The system keeps your basement space dry, comfortable and odor free.
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