Take a quick look at the pictures in this article. Recently, we received a call from a homeowner in Nashville, Tennessee because they were having problems with standing water. They also have a bunch of large stones and debris in their crawl space they wanted removed. Here’s how we helped them.
This crawlspace of a home in Nashville suffered from moisture intrusion, standing water and lots of large stones and other debris were scattered throughout.
1 Remove debris
2 Repair damages
3 Put up moisture barrier
What We Did:
Before installing a 15 mil thick vapor barrier lining to the crawlspace, we needed to remove the stones and debris. Our team was then able to apply a moisture barrier and insulated foam boards to keep out the water and cold air. We finished up by neatly organizing all the wires and air ducts to give the crawlspace a clean feel. The job took less than one week to complete.
Here at Barrier Waterproofing we pride ourselves on getting a job well done. As your local professional crawl space repair solution, you can rest assured that Barrier Waterproofing will give you a FREE no hassle evaluation. For a free evaluation or second opinion on the issues that may be lurking in your home’s crawl space, go to TNBasementWaterproofing.com.
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- Possible Side Effects:
You may feel euphoric about the health of your crawl space.
- Improved air quality throughout your home.
- Better night’s sleep.
- Neighbors asking too many questions about how great it looks.