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Unsealed crawl spaces can affect your entire home including air quality. At Aiken Pest Control, we offer moisture control in Aiken and the CSRA that will put an end to moisture problems in your crawl space.
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The Crawl Space Encapsulation SOLUTION
You can count on Aiken Pest Control to eliminate moisture. Here's how we can help:
- We'll identify the moisture source(s), and encapsulate the entire crawl space. We'll also put in place other corrective measures. This includes treating all substructure wood members.
- Our team will clean up and remove all trash and debris present in the substructure.
- We'll clean the substructure to remove any existing mold or mildew that is already present on the wood surface.
Contact Aiken Pest Control today for information about crawl space encapsulation and moisture control.
Is Crawl Space Encapsulation Necessary?
Your crawl space is the perfect place for mold to grow, odors to build, and household pests to flourish.
Moisture in crawl spaces often originate from condensation on ductwork and damp soil. Humid air entering through foundation vents can also lead to moisture problems. Without corrective measures, moisture leads to mold. And unfortunately, fungi leads to structural damage.
- Musty Odor
Crawl spaces with exposed soil and high humidity tend to have what most would call a musty odor. The odor permeates upward and brings the unwanted smell into the living space of the structure.
- Termites And Household Pests
Crawl spaces, for the most part, are often ignored or unused by homeowners. This is good news for termites and other household pests including ants and spiders. The moisture attract insects, most notable termites. Termites are a wood destroying pest that consume water damaged or rotting wood. They will move on to sound wood and are responsible for causing extensive structural damage. Unfortunately, crawl spaces offer the perfect environment for these destructive pests.
- Wood Destroying Fungi Damage
Excessive wood moisture content can lead to active fungi. This in turn can lead to wood decay and damage. The result, structural weakness.