Sweet Home, OR Tight Crawl Space

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017 by Kayla Cree

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 We are frequently asked, how much room dose someone need to get under my home? The answer is quite simple. We usually only need about 18 inches in a crawlspace to be able to work. And if the size does not meet that standard and we simply cannot work around the space provided, we make space. Part of the services we offer include crawlspace dig outs. which means we take the dirt, rock, and other various debris out of the crawlspace and make it deeper giving us and anyone else who chooses to go under there room to move. Now I’m not saying you have to have the whole thing dug out three feet deep or anything, unless you want too that is. But our men are highly trained, skilled and educated in this line of work. They will do what they need to make sure the customer gets the optimal results. We strive for great customer service and making sure that every person that inquires a job with us get great results. the picture included is in a crawlspace in Sweet Home Oregon, you can see the space as a whole is roughly 20 inches deep. you put the cross beams, posts, uneven ground and other obstacles into the equation and they really have much less space to work in. It is just an example of the type of small spaces we can work with. So to summarize there is not a job too big or too small for us. If you need your crawlspace improved, which trust me most do, we will improve it for you and do whatever it takes to make sure we get the job done in a timely manner. Our goal is to transform every home with a basement or crawlspace in the Pacific Northwest into a healthy and dry environment.

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