Reduce Mold, Mildew, and Pest Infestations

Moisture Control for Your Home

Due to the day-to-day activities of life, you are bound to produce moisture in your home. It is produced when you bathe, cook, and even breath. Excess moisture in the home, however, is caused by poor ventilation and improperly sealed walls, basements, and crawl spaces. This can lead to wood rot, mold, mildew, and fungus. In addition, it creates conditions conducive to the infestation of termites and other pests.

How To Control Moisture in Your Home

We can control the moisture in your home in one of two ways:

  1. Sealing your crawl space with a moisture control barrier, which prevents undue moisture from entering the home. This also keeps odors and allergenic mold spores out, while ensuring the summer heat stays out of your home and the winter cold stays away from your furnace, water heater, and other utilities.
  2. Ventilating your crawl space, which removes unpleasant smells and excessive moisture, introduces outside air to keep interior building air circulating, and prevents the stagnation of interior air.

Schedule a Service

Moisture buildup in your home can pose serious health risks to your and your family. If you think you have a moisture problem, don’t wait.