Crawl space encapsulation in Seattle
Water is your crawl space’s worst enemy. Without humidity control, it can lead to big problems in the rest of your home. If mold grows, the air quality can be polluted, and wood support beams can deteriorate. In the Seattle area, we’re no strangers to humidity. We recommend having your crawl space checked annually, especially if you don’t see signs of an unhealthy crawl space.
Signs of excess humidity
High indoor humidity is more than just an annoyance; it could be telling you that you have crawl space condensation and moisture problems. This is not something to neglect. Mold spores in your home’s air can trigger negative health symptoms and even structural failure. If you see any of these signs, it’s time to schedule an inspection:
- Musty odors in your home
- Sloping or warped wood floors
- Deteriorating or wet wood in basement
- Visible moisture in basement or on foundation
- Allergy-like symptoms with no known allergen present
At Matvey, we trust the SafeBasementsTM Encapsulation System. Its sealed design enhances water drainage beneath the floor liner and is made of tough polypropylene – meaning it won’t break or rot. We carry different types of liners for each unique problem and home, recommending only the most efficient option for each individual homeowner.
The sealed liners used to encapsulate your crawl space are vapor barriers. All of our SafeBaseTM liners come backed with a 25-year manufacturer warranty and are:
- Nylon reinforced
- Class A/Class 1 fire rated
Schedule your free inspection.
Do you have excess humidity in your home? Reach out to our Seattle crawl space team today to schedule an inspection. We can give you an honest assessment. If we think waterproofing is needed, our experts will determine which option best suits your home and budget.