Condensation on the pipes in your basement can invite mold and mildew into your basement. With mold comes that musty smell that you can’t get rid of. Before you break out the bleach, learn about the cause of basement condensation and how you can get rid of it, and the musty smell, for good!
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Why Do I Have Condensation?
Condensation forms when the humidity in the air reaches 100%. When the air can no longer hold the moisture it has to let it go. Condensation on cold pipes and metal in your basement is often the result.
Your condensation problem is a sign that you have another, larger problem: basement humidity. Basement humidity is water vapor, or moisture, in the basement air. When your basement humidity is over 50% it’s holding up a welcome sign to mold, mildew, musty smells and dust mites.
“A condensation problem means you have basement humidity. And basement humidity can invite mold, mildew, dust mites and other pests into your home.”
Your basement humidity problem is created when water finds its way into your basement through wall cracks, floor wall joints or leaking windows.
It’s important to remember that the air in your basement also circulates through your home. So if you have high basement humidity then you’re going to have high indoor humidity. High indoor humidity can lead to high electric bills, mold growth in living areas, and drywall damage.
We’re Here To Help You Find The Best Solutions For Your Basement…
We’re here to help you find the perfect solution for your home, and find out the source of your basement floor cracks and basement water problems.
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How Can I Stop Condensation?
Don’t waste your money on a cheap basement dehumidifier.
Many common house dehumidifiers don’t do a good job removing the humidity from your air and end up costing a lot of money to run.
If the dehumidifier isn’t drained properly you could just end up with puddles on your basement floor. Have a professional basement waterproofing expert take a look at your basement, and find out the cause of your condensation problem.
What Do I Do Now?
We’ll tell you if your condensation problem is caused by basement humidity or if it’s something you can fix without our help.
Our entire team of basement waterproofing specialists is extensively trained by our team of Professional Engineers on waterproofing technologies and foundation repair. They can find the source of your condensation problem and recommend the best solution for your home.
Basement Condensation Solutions
If we find that you have a basement water problem we may recommend a basement dehumidifier, JES Dehumidifier. A basement dehumidifier isn’t always the solution to your wet basement problem so it’s important to get the advice of a professional and find the best solution for your home.
Our certified professional basement waterproofing consultants will work with you, every step of the way, to design the best basement waterproofing solution for your home’s condensation problem.
Free Homeowner’s Guide to Basement Waterproofing
Tired of your basement leaking every time it rains? Or wondering if those cracks are a sign that you have a bigger problem?
Our Homeowner’s Guide to Basement Waterproofing is your resource for learning about why you have a wet basement, what causes soil settling and what to look for to see if you have a problem. Request your free basement inspection and receive your own copy of the e-book, as our thanks for putting your trust in JES.