Jeremy has been with our company for a few years now and since the beginning, he has done an awesome job. He is a quick learner and hard working. Jeremy recently has been made foreman and has shown through all his hard work he is ready to lead his own crew. He loves the transformation and the big reveal for the customer. When he isn't at work he enjoys being outdoors and spending time with his children.
The pictures below show what a difference a crawl space encapsulation makes. Keeping your crawl space clean and dry is one way to ensure there will be no mold issues underneath your home and helps to provide clean air coming into your home. An encapsulation with the CleanSpace vapor barrier is a guaranteed way to know that you are protecting the health of your home. And protecting yourself.
Encapsulating your crawl space ensures that the area underneath will stay dry and usable for many years, also providing you with clean air coming into your home.
Here is a crawl space located in Keizer, Oregon that needed some much overdue maintenance. There was standing water all throughout showing that the sump pump was not working correctly. Our crew was able to do all of the repairs needed and installed a new sump pump.
Here's a great example of what a difference an encapsulated looks like. No debris, clean, dry and will stay this way for many years. Providing this customer with a crawl space they can use. Mold, bacteria, and allergen-free.
One of our customers in Forest Grove OR had an unusable crawl space because of the dampness, falling insulation, and debris that had built up. Encapsulating your crawl space using the CleanSpace vapor barrier keeps your crawl space dry and usable for many many years.
The benefits of encapsulating your crawl space include moisture control keeps allergens out eliminates dust mites and provides you with clean air coming into your home. Did you know that half of the air on the first floor of your home comes from underneath your house? Encapsulate and breathe cleaner air.
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