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Having repaired over 70,000+ homes throughout Virginia, as well as DC, Maryland, and northeastern NC since 1993, we know what types of crawl space problems exist in your area. And since JES is locally owned and operated by Professional Engineers, you can feel confident knowing that the crawl space repair solutions we recommend take into account local considerations like your weather, soil, and geography.
A wet crawl space creates an environment that is unhealthy, smelly, and structurally unsound. Wet crawl spaces allow mold and dust mites to thrive, producing millions of toxic airborne mold spores .
Contaminated air from your damp crawl space is drawn up into the living areas of your home, which worsens allergy symptoms and indoor air quality . An unhealthy crawl space also increases your electric bills , is the cause of your cold floors , and also allows pest and rodent infestations .
Insects and pests love damp crawl spaces ! These pests feast on the wood rot and decay caused by a damp unsealed crawl space . Plus all of that moisture can create structural damage, like sagging floors .
Problem signs like these are most often symptoms of serious water intrusion and foundation problems, and the underlying issues need to be addressed.
You need proven, patented solutions from experts in waterproofing and foundation repair to perform a thorough inspection to ensure the safety of your home.
Water Intrusion Signs & Causes
Clogged footing drains lead to a buildup of water in the soil surrounding your home. The weight of this water, called hydrostatic pressure, pushes against your home’s foundation causing bowing and cracking over time and provides water a way in.
Heavy rain and flooding adds to hydrostatic pressure and soil settlement problems exasperating the existing underlying problems.
Over time backfilled soil around your basement can settle and sink toward your foundation. This settlement creates a slope for runoff and rain water to flow toward your home.
Footing drains are installed outside your basement’s foundation to divert water. While these pipes are designed to enable water to flow away from your foundation, over time they can easily clog with a buildup of dirt and debris.
When water comes in contact with concrete surfaces and evaporates, chalky mineral deposits are left behind.
Water droplets and corroded metal (rust) in your basement are signs of high humidity levels —the ideal environment for mold, mildew, musty smells , and dust mites to flourish.
Damp basement walls can be caused by underground water and condensation building up.
Your basement cove joint is the seam where your basement walls and floor meet. These seams are a common problem area for water leaks. Water in your basement cove joint may also indicate a buildup of hydrostatic pressure .
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Take the first step to a safe crawl space and home by requesting your free, no obligation inspection (a $399 value) by a professional foundation repair expert at JES today! Our experts will evaluate your individual needs and propose a solution tailored to you, your home and your specific needs based upon the soil types, climate and other factors in the state of Virginia.
From our experience, we often see crawl space issues arise from moisture, condensation, and water vapor issues. We’ve also seen many sump pumps overflow, torn, thin vapor barriers, and underdeveloped jacks used to support the entire weight of a house! Remember, we’re consultants, not salesmen! We’re here to help you protect your greatest asset – your home!