The quality of air your family breathes inside your home is significantly impacted by the quality of air present in your crawlspace. Crawlspaces are usually dank and moldy places. Foundation vents which were intended to let moisture out are actually contributing to this problem by bringing moisture in the crawlspace and allowing mold to grow. An ERS crawlspace examination focuses on all potential sources of moisture intrusion including…

  • Bulk rainwater from grading issues and low functioning gutters and downspouts

  • Penetrations in the foundation walls

  • Lack of or incomplete vapor barrier on crawlspace floor

  • Condensation occurring on ductwork and other surfaces

  • Plumbing leaks

In addition to moisture intrusion we will also assess air sealing and insulation needs as well.

While crawlspace encapsulation is often the best way to ensure healthy air quality inside a home, our experienced staff can generate a strategy to best meet each family’s specific needs and budget, securing a healthier safer home for you and your family.

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I would like to compliment Gary Silverstein and his crew for their work on my home.  They were respectful of the interior of the house in that they covered the entrance way and carpeting with work cloths or plastic sheeting, always polite and considerate of any inconvenience they might cause.  Any messes were vacuumed up.  They were very thorough in making sure that all areas of possible air leaks inside and under the house...
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Martha R., Greensboro