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crawl space encapsulation


Did you know that 50% to 60% of the air on the first floor of your home comes from your crawl space or basement?

Excess water intrusion can cause severe damage to the structure of your home and create high levels of moisture and humidity, which leads to mold. Allergies, asthma and skin irritations can be affected by abnormal levels of humidity, moisture and mold in your living environment.

Griffin Air specializes in Sealed Crawl Spaces and Interior Drainage Systems for your Crawl Space or Basement. We not only improve the air quality of your home but also restore structural stability of the home’s foundation. Our team of crawl space and basement experts can help you determine the necessary solution for your home and your budget.

We offer a comprehensive line of services designed to protect your home and to prevent moisture problems and damage. Count on our Crawl Space & Basement Technologies specialists for crawl space encapsulation, crawl space waterproofing, basement waterproofing, and vapor barriers.

Crawl Space Facts!

Why should I consider encapsulating the crawl space of my home?

  • Improve air quality in your home

  • Eliminate Pest Invasions

  • Avoid mold and wood rot

  • Improve Home efficiency

  • Lower Energy Bills

  • Increase home value

  • Protect Structural Integrity

  • Reduces the opportunity for Mold and Mildew Growth

  • Better Humidity Control for better comfort!

Encapsulation Studies

  • Encapsulation Reduces heating and cooling costs by 15-20 percent annually

  • 50-60% of the air you breathe comes from the crawl space. That means those evaporating fumes are getting into your lungs!

  • Preserves Structural Integrity. Protects your biggest investment... Your Home!

Have moisture or water Problems?

If you've got a puddle under your home or water penetrating into the crawl space, we can help!

​Underneath most homes in the basement is a dark crawl space that often goes unnoticed. If left ignored for too long, you might be overlooking potential standing water in the crawl space from heavy rain or undetectable leaks. Unfinished crawl spaces typically have a soil ground as well as pipes and electrical wires running through them. Water can seep up into the small space through the ground and pipes carrying water can also leak or even burst. These issues can lead to damp crawl space problems.

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Why is Standing Water in a Crawl Space Bad?

  • Your concrete structures, crawl space/basement walls, and foundation can also become “soft” as it ages, allowing water to seep into crawl spaces. The water passing through concrete will cause expansion and contraction of the block walls, and eventually lead to cracks. Additionally, your foundation supports can be found in your crawl space and if these sit in waterlogged soil for too long, they will warp, twist, turn, and even worse, eventually lose their structural integrity.

  • Pests: Nothing attracts pests more than small, dark spaces, but water is their best friend. Standing water will attract pests and small animals and sometimes, even microscopic plant life. Termites are likely to welcome themselves into your home through a damp crawl space, swiftly aiding in the structural damage of your home.

  • Mold and mildew. Prolonged periods of moisture in a crawl space will promote the growth of mold and mildew. They are both unsafe if gone unnoticed. Mildew is a surface fungi, while mold is the sign of a larger infestation of fungi. This will not only damage the wood in your crawl space, but also have adverse effects on a person’s health.

Griffin Air has your solution!

​We've got several proven methods for taking care of your water penetration problems.  We can you a product like Hydraway, install drainage, and even install a pump to get rid of that water and remove it from from your crawl space. 

Call us today to schedule an in home consultation.

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