From this image, it is clear that mold is an issue in the crawl space. This is a very common problem in crawl spaces because of the moisture in the air and the damp wood. Contact DryZone today for a free quote and we will provide you with solutions to solve this moldy issue.
Mold grows because of the damp moisture in the air. Since the fiberglass has reached its max potential to hold the moisture, it can no longer capture all the moisture in the air and mold starts to grow.
This image shows what the crawl space looked like before the liners were installed.
At DryZone, a service we provide is removal of debris. In this home, we removed unwanted debris and insulation.
Our humorous DryZone team wanted to show the homeowner how much mold they had in their crawl space. They simply wrote "MOLD" on the wood and that caught the homeowners attention right away!
Do you know why their is mold growing in your crawl space? It is very common for people to misjudge the mold growing in their crawl space because they do not think it is that big of a problem. Mold reproduces by releasing tiny spores. This black mold grows in moist areas such as crawl spaces and basements. Contact DryZone today to inspect your moldy crawl space.
In this picture, there is falling fiberglass and uncovered walls. Our DryZone team took care of this problem by covering the crawl space walls with our wall liner.
As you can see in the picture, this cement crawl space has falling fiberglass that has been damaged. The reason why fiberglass falls apart is because there is an overabundance of moisture in the air. The fiberglass can only hold a certain amount of water before it starts to fall apart.
Under all of these pipes, you can see the debris that has been left on the ground. One of our services is to clean the debris and make your crawl space look like a clean space again.
From this picture, you are able to see the mold that has grown onto the wood of the crawl space. At the same time the debris is starting to droop down because it is filled with moisture.
This is a before picture of the access well. Luckily, DryZone was able to clean the debris and install a new access well.
As a homeowner, there is no worse feeling than living in a home that is unsafe and not clean. Have you checked on your crawl space recently? If not, keep in mind that a crawl space with mold, debris, water damage, and rotting wood will cause damage to your home because that is what keeps your house standing. Keep your home safe with DryZone!
Do you know what your crawl space looks like? If the answer is no then try checking your crawl space today. Mold may be growing on your wood, which causes rotting. This is the foundation of your home. Why let it rot?
Many homeowners have not seen what their crawl space looks like because they do not want to crawl underneath their home. Luckily, they don't have to because that is what DryZone is here for. We provide a free quote to inspect your crawl space for you!
DryZone provides wall liners for your crawl space because we want your home to be safe, clean, and moldy free.
Do you want a clean crawl space? What about a mold free crawl space? Or a moisture free crawl space? If your answer is "Yes!" to these three questions than contact DryZone today for a free quote!
Wall liners in a crawl space are crucial for a homeowner because the liner prevents mold from growing, keeps the crawl space clean, and no more debris.
In this picture, the crawl space has been completed with wall liners.
Here is an after picture of the crawl space once the liner was installed.
As you saw in the previous image of the access well, it was not up to the homeowners expectations. DryZone made improvements on the crawl space door and now we have very happy homeowners!
This clean space is what a finished crawl space looks like when DryZone is done installing.
In Ocean Pines, Maryland, a homeowner was concerned with their crawl space that was filled with debris and mold. They contacted DryZone to come out and see the home with a free inspection. Our team is glad they called because DryZone found an abundance of black mold, damaged fiberglass, and unwanted debris. From these pictures, you can see what the crawl space looked like during the inspection and after the repair.