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  • 13th April, 2018

    Drying Out a Wet Crawl Space

    You probably don’t think about steps to ensure your crawl space stays dry until it’s flooded with water. We know, we’ve seen it many times and it’s an unfortunate situation. April showers are in full effect, so it’s now more important than ever to take the necessary steps to fix your crawl space. Here’s what […]

  • 30th March, 2018

    Prepping Your Crawl Space for Spring

    Fun fact: the official start of spring is March 20th! Making sure you fix your crawl space before the dog days of summer hit is always a good idea. We’ve outlined some of the most common issues in crawl spaces and what you can do to combat them. Moisture No secret here! Moisture in all […]

  • 19th February, 2018

    Crawl Space Encapsulation & Your Air Quality

    Let’s first discuss: what is crawl space encapsulation? This term describes a crawlspace that is protected by moisture. Encapsulating crawlspaces help lower moisture levels to help prevent mold, structural deterioration and condensation. Moisture enters your crawl space one of four ways. Groundwater infiltration, water vapor from the exposed dirt floor, water seepage through porous brick […]

  • 23rd January, 2018

    The Storage Space You Are Neglecting

    Storage space in your home is often hard to come by. From clothing to toys to decorations, there does not ever seem to be enough space for all the things in your home. It’s not uncommon for families to resort to renting out a storage unit. Unfortunately, storage spaces are a very expensive long-term solution. […]

  • 15th January, 2018

    The Danger Of Radon In Your Crawl Space

    Radon is a colorless, odorless, and naturally occurring gas that is emitted from natural deposits of uranium in the soil, rocks, and water. Radon is a result of decaying uranium and is a naturally radioactive element. Two radon atoms are released from every square centimeter of soil everywhere every second of each day. Of course, […]

  • 29th December, 2017

    How To Create A Closed Conditioned Crawlspace

    Feeling winter blues because your house seems cold and drafty?  Bets are your crawl space is to blame. As your crawl space company in the North Shore, we are sharing how to create a closed conditioned crawl space. Ineffective Fiberglass – Allows Air Infiltration And Cold Original thinking about crawlspaces was to let air from […]

  • 15th December, 2017

    What To Do If You Find Critters In Your Crawl Space

    It’s getting cold in the Chicagoland area. Animals are seeking shelter and may intrude into the crawl space under your home. Your home’s crawl space is designed to give access to your home’s piping and utility systems and to create an insulating gap between your home and the ground. It should not be a home […]

  • 28th November, 2017

    3 Crawl Space Myths

    3 Crawl Space Myths

    There are a lot of common misconceptions surrounding your crawl space. What do you really know about the space underneath your home? As your local crawl space repair company, we are sharing the truth about 3 common crawl space myths. Myth: Insulating the crawlspace ceiling in between floor joists will make floors warmer Trying to […]

  • 14th November, 2017

    Is Your Crawl Space Ready For Winter?

    Crawl Space Ready For Winter

    With the holiday season upon us and temperatures dropping, it’s time to start preparing your home for winter. Cold floors, bursting pipes, and high energy bills are often the primary concerns of homeowners. One of the best ways to prepare for winter is crawl space encapsulation. If you have a crawl space that is not […]

  • 24th October, 2017

    How Your Crawl Space Is Impacting Your Energy Bills

    Crawl Space Is Impacting Your Energy Bills

    Is your crawl space to blame for your high energy bills? Today, it’s getting difficult for homeowners to keep up with rising energy costs. Thousands of dollars are being spent on new windows, new HVAC systems, attic insulation, etc., all to try and lower utility bills. Often, homeowners are neglecting a very important part of […]

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