Before, this crawl space was open and the access was allowing in outside air and moisture.
Water in Crawl Space
The crawl space had a few inches of standing water puddling in areas.
Insulation was being pulled down by gravity and condensation.
Crawl Space Before
The existing sump pumps were unable to keep up with demand of heavy rain leaking in.
We cleaned the crawl space out and installed perimeter drainage piping.
The crawl space had two primary areas to protect where we needed to install 238 feet of drainage piping.
Since the existing pumps were unable to keep up with the water, we installed our SuperSump Plus sumps in two locations of the crawl space.
Second Sump Pump
The sump pumps are installed and flood tested at the lowest spots of the crawl space to pump water out from.
Wrapped Pier Pads
All 35 pier pads were wrapped and sealed using our CleanSpace moisture barrier.
Encapsulated Crawl Space
Encapsulating the crawl space isolates it from the damp ground and helps maintain comfortable temperatures in the living space.
The process helps improve energy efficiency of the home and protects it from mold, moisture, and pest intrusion.
Along with encapsulation, we installed our SaniDry Sedona Dehumidifier to condition the air and keep humidity low.
We installed discharge lines from the two locations on opposite sides of the home.
Discharge Line 2
The IceGuard ports seen here will protect the lines from freezing and flooding.