A crawl space is something that’s easy to forget about, but ignoring the condition of your crawl space can actually lead to indoor air quality problems. When moisture from the crawl space breaches your home’s envelope, it can cause problems for its occupants. This problem is more serious than you might think, because as much as 50% of your household air can flow up from your crawl space and filter into your home.

Crawl space encapsulation is a solution that can prevent this from happening. If you’re concerned about indoor air quality from the condition of your crawl space, or if you have a known indoor air quality concern, RestoreUnow can help with crawl space encapsulation. We are the Washington, DC, Frederick, and Gaithersburg experts on all things related to restoration, and we want to help you protect your home.

Schedule a consultation today to discuss crawl space encapsulation in Frederick, Urbana, Potomac, and the surrounding communities with help from RestoreUnow. You can request your quote by calling 301-679-0465 or contacting our Maryland home restoration experts online.

How Crawl Space Encapsulation Works

The goal of crawl space encapsulation is to place a barrier between your building envelope and your crawl space. When we partner with Montgomery, Frederick, Carroll, and Howard County homeowners to encapsulate their properties, we install a heavy-duty polyethylene barrier. This covers your crawl space, including the ceiling, foundation walls, and floors, so that no moisture from the area can enter your home. We will then seal off the barrier to add further protection. Finally, we will add a dehumidifier inside the sealed crawl space to keep the moisture inside the crawl space from getting too high.

Are you interested in this important protection for your Frederick or Gaithersburg area home? Schedule a consultation with RestoreUnow by calling us at 301-679-0465.

Signs You Need to Consider Crawl Space Encapsulation in Frederick or Gaithersburg

How can you tell if you have too much water vapor coming into your home from your crawl space? While most homes in the area can benefit from this procedure, some have a greater need than others. Some signs that mean you should consider sealing your crawl space include:

  • Mold growth in your home
  • Mildew or musty smells on the lower level of your basement
  • Windows that sweat
  • Problems with insects or other pests
  • Floors that are soft or separating
  • Increasing cooling costs
  • Insulation that is damp

Don’t wait if you’re experiencing these problems. Crawl space encapsulation is a simple and effective way to deal with them. Contact RestoreUnow to learn more about your options. Be sure to ask about how we can help you lower the crawl space encapsulation cost to put this important service within your budget.

Trust RestoreUnow for All Washington, DC and Maryland Restoration Needs

Moisture damage can come from many areas. Not only does it come from moisture in your crawl space, but floods, roof leaks, and even mishaps within you home can lead to moisture damage and mold growth. RestoreUnow offers a comprehensive list of restoration services, including water damage restoration, and we proudly serve Frederick, Urbana, Potomac, Gaithersburg, and Rockville, as well as the surrounding communities.

Don’t leave your home vulnerable to indoor air quality problems and mold growth. Contact RestoreUnow at 301-679-0465 or contact our team online to discuss encapsulation with our experienced team.