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Camp Sherman, OR Crawl Space filled with debris

Camp Sherman, OR Crawl Space filled with debris

Before After
Camp Sherman, OR Crawl Space filled with debris Camp Sherman, OR Crawl Space filled with debris

This homeowner had fallen insulation, dirt, and other debris scattered all over their torn vapor barrier in their crawl space. Due to the level of tears, to take care of the space we did a vapor barrier replacement. 

Critter Evidence Litters the Crawlspace in Camp Sherman, OR

Critter Evidence Litters the Crawlspace in Camp Sherman, OR

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Critter Evidence Litters the Crawlspace in Camp Sherman, OR Critter Evidence Litters the Crawlspace in Camp Sherman, OR

There was a rustling noise coming from the crawlspace, upon further investigation, there was evidence that some critters were using this space as their home. To solve this issue before it escalated, Johns Waterproofing did a full Crawlspace Encapsulation to keep everything outside, on the outside. 

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Basement Waterproofing, Crawl Space Repair & More in Camp Sherman

Since 1974, Camp Sherman homeowners have trusted John's Waterproofing to deliver exceptional service with high-quality, proven home repair solutions. Whether you want to waterproof your basement or crawl space or upgrade your home's electrical wiring, we have the tools and expertise to get the job done right. You can trust our team of friendly, highly-trained technicians to help you find the best solution for your home. Learn more about the services we offer below!

Services offered by John's Waterproofing

  • Basement waterproofing
  • Basement crack repair
  • Crawl space repair
  • Crawl space encapsulation
  • Mold remediation
  • Radon testing
  • Radon mitigation
  • Electrical services
  • Plumbing
  • Insulation
  • Foundation repair
  • Foundation leak repair
  • Sump pump installation
  • And more!

John's Waterproofing is proud to serve Oregon residents in Camp Sherman and throughout Jefferson County. Call 1-844-268-0589 or click below to schedule your free estimate!

Dependable Crawl Space Encapsulation in Camp Sherman

Most of us have heard the old saying, "out of sight, out of mind" — and your home's crawl space is the perfect example. Not to mention most crawl spaces are dirty, musty, and damp, and in more severe cases, they may even have pests or rodents living in them. It's no wonder many homeowners avoid the crawl space! Unfortunately, these common crawl space problems don't stay in the crawl space; they can affect your entire home.

Signs of common crawl space problems

  • Foul odors in the home
  • Interior drywall cracks
  • High utility bills
  • Rodent or pest infestations
  • Condensation
  • Standing water
  • Uneven, sagging floors
  • Heightened allergies or asthma symptoms

If you’ve noticed any of these symptoms, it’s time to contact a professional crawl space contractor. John's Waterproofing is proud to offer crawl space repair, crawl space encapsulation, vapor barriers, and more to homeowners in Camp Sherman and nearby. Call 1-844-268-0589 or complete the provided form to schedule your free estimate!

Camp Sherman Basement Waterproofing Company

Are you having problems with a musty, wet basement? At John's Waterproofing, we believe you shouldn’t have to settle for a dirty, damp, or flooded basement. In fact, ignoring signs of basement water damage only creates bigger problems!

Common signs of basement water damage

  • Mold & mildew growth
  • Wood rot
  • Cracked or crumbling walls
  • Wet drywall or floors
  • Flaking, peeling paint
  • Damp air
  • Condensation
  • Puddles or standing water
  • Musty smells
  • White, chalky stains on concrete

We’ve been providing Camp Sherman homeowners with reliable basement waterproofing solutions since 1974. With decades of experience and state-of-the-art basement waterproofing solutions, you can count on our team to transform your below-grade space into a dry and comfortable area of your home.

Call 1-844-268-0589 or click below to schedule your free estimate for basement waterproofing in Camp Sherman, OR.

Camp Sherman electrical services by John's Waterproofing

John's Waterproofing offers interior and exterior electrical services for residential and commercial properties in the Camp Sherman area. Some of the electrical solutions we offer include:

  • Electrical vehicle charging station installation (equipment provided by customer)
  • Electrical switches, outlets & fixtures (installation & repair)
  • Electrical wiring & panel upgrades
  • Fixed & portal generator installation
  • Complete wiring for new home additions & remodels

Call us at 1-844-268-0589 or reach out online to learn more about the electrical services we offer in Camp Sherman and nearby cities in Oregon.

Foundation Repair in Camp Sherman

If your foundation is buckling, cracked, bowing, or showing other signs of damage, John's Waterproofing can help. We have the experience and expertise to accurately diagnose foundation problems and recommend a customized repair solution for your home. Using our top-notch foundation repair products, we can restore your foundation to like-new condition and keep additional problems at bay.

Our foundation repair services

  • Foundation wall repair
  • Steel I-beam systems
  • Carbon fiber wall reinforcing systems
  • Crawl space support jacks
  • And more!

To schedule a free estimate for foundation repair in Camp Sherman, OR, call 1-844-268-0589 or contact us online.

Radon testing & radon mitigation in Camp Sherman

Radon is a radioactive, cancer-causing gas. Because it is odorless and invisible, radon can go undetected in your home. John's Waterproofing is a qualified radon mitigation company in Camp Sherman. Our specialists can determine the radon levels in your home so you can have peace of mind. If your home’s radon levels exceed the EPA-recommended 4.0 picocuries per liter (pCI/L), we can provide an effective radon mitigation system.

Our Camp Sherman radon services

  • Radon testing
  • Radon mitigation
  • HUD multi-family radon testing

With John's Waterproofing, you don’t have to be concerned about home radon. You can count on our experts to minimize radon exposure and create a safer, healthier home for you and your family. Call 1-844-268-0589 or click below to get started with a free estimate!

Job Stories From Camp Sherman, OR
Interested in an Encapsulation - Camp Sherman, OR

When looking for a long term solution for a crawlspace, an encapsulation is the tip-top way to go! However, choosing the company to do the job right, is very important, that is why we are proud to offer up the John's CleanSpace encapsulation which is the product of our fifty years in the industry. We use the best products, installed by our highly trained and experienced crews, and our encapsulation is honed to fit for the PNW. 

To begin on this home we cleared the old vapor barrier, fiberglass, and debris out of the crawlspace. Once the space we ready we installed a full interior drainage system, consisting of a perforated pipe in a silt sock which collects water and grades it to the lowest point where a TripleSafe Sump pump then sends the water safely away from the home. We then seal off the vents, and install TerraBlock over the dirt floor. CleanSpace is then brought in, anchoring to the walls, installed under the wooden posts, and fully sealed into place. CleanSpace is 20 Mil thick with a woven fiber to reinforce its durability, and includes a 25 year warranty against rips and tears. A SaniDry dehumidifier was installed to ensure the spaces air is healthy, and as a final step we applied spray foam along the foundation walls. This crawlspace is now within the homes envelope, and will remain dry and healthy. 

Old Insulation Removal and New Vapor Barrier - Camp Sherman, OR

Damp and Musty Crawlspace had odd odors emanating from it. The homeowner wanted this looked into and resolved, so they called up John's Waterproofing. Our system design specialist dove under the home and identified the damp and odd odor was from the old fiberglass insulation. It was absorbing the moisture from the air and holding it against the wooden beams of the home, and mold spores were growing. After showing the images that were taken in the crawlspace, the homeowner was ready to have the fiberglass removed, but financially, couldn't move forward with a full encapsulation. To fit the budget and address the job, we worked on a sort-term fix to remedy the issue until the homeowner was ready to encapsulate. 

To begin our crew pulled out the old insulation and vapor barrier. With the debris cleared out we applied Mold X2 to clear up the mold that was present. We then installed a SuperSump Plus with a full drain system that would keep the groundwater under control under this home. We then laid down a new 6 Mil vapor barrier, overlapping the edges, and running it up the walls. The homeowners will need to keep up on annual service visits. The space is still open to exterior weather changes, and susceptible to having the mold return and humidity related issues.  

Messy Crawlspace with Torn Vapor Barrier - Camp Sherman, OR

These homeowners had glanced under their home and found the old vapor barrier was ripped and chewed on. They were wanting the have this replaced, and called up John's Waterproofing for help. To begin, our crew pulled out the old vapor barrier and general debris from under the home. We then laid down a new 6 Mil vapor barrier. We overlapped the edges and ran it up the wall to provide the most help. The homeowner is away that a simple 6 mil barrier will need to be replaced every three or so years. Should they ever wish to upgrade their system we will be happy to help. 

Cabin #4 Needs Help - Camp Sherman, OR

We got a call from a resort on Mt Hood that there had been a rodent invasion in one of their rentals and it was a big mess. Our System Designer arrived and sure enough, there was clear evidence of mice and a lot of them. Pointing upward, he explained to the resort manager that one of the things that really attracts rodents to crawlspaces is bird feeders because there are always seeds that are knocked to the ground. He measured the crawlspace and left the manager a book about crawlspace science and left her with two bids to pass on to the resort owner. A week later he got a letter with a signed contract and a deposit, with those turned in, the job was scheduled. 

When the crew arrived they first removed all the rodent-infested fiberglass insulation and rolled up the old vapor barrier with the rodent feces. There were no water problems so a drain system wasn't needed. They laid a new 6 mil vapor barrier on the floor of the crawlspace and overlapped it generously before attaching it to the foundation wall to keep it from moving around. Because we don't do fiberglass insulation due to its poor performance, it was decided to install SilverGlow rigid foam board insulation to the foundation walls, especially since it was important to insulate the space where snow is a big issue in the winter. The exterior access door was replaced with an EverLast access door. Made of 1/2" PVC, it's made to last forever and no mice would be able to penetrate it.  They also repaired some of the vents that had been compromised. The manager removed the bird feeder as a final touch!

Mountaintop Crawlspace with Water Intrusion - Camp Sherman, OR

Many of the homes in Camp Sherman are on the river and homes on, or near, bodies of water are prone to having water problems due to the present high water tables. Such was the case with this home, leading to his crawlspace was almost always taking on water. We sent a System Designer out to help solve the problem who went to work inspecting the crawlspace as much as possible due to the flooding. Then he went over his findings with the homeowner and what he suggested to be done. He showed him how CleanSpace Encapsulation could improve his home in several ways including lower utility bills, increasing the value of the home as well as improving the air quality in his home.

Before any work could be done, first the crawlspace had to be dried out. To do this, our crew removed the old 6 mil vapor barrier, drooping fiberglass insulation, and debris then placed a sump pump and fans in the crawlspace to dry it sufficiently to do the work. A month later, the space was dry enough to do the full installation. They installed a 3" perforated pipe drainage system around the perimeter to collect the water and direct it to a newly installed TripleSafe sump pump, along with proper discharge.  A 3" perforated pipe drain system was installed around the perimeter and graded to the lowest point of the crawlspace where a TripleSafe sump pump was installed to gather the water and discharge it out and away from the home. TerraBlock, a high-density foam product was laid over the dirt floor. This aids in insulating the crawlspace protecting the new CleanSpace, 20mil, nylon-reinforced barrier. The new barrier is used to isolate each wooden post and anchored to the foundation walls. Lastly, a SaniDry dehumidifier was installed to ensure this space stays dry. With all the vents sealed, Spray Foam insulation was applied to the full wall of the foundation to keep the home insulated. 


Prepping a Home to Be Sold - Camp Sherman, OR

When a home is getting ready to be sold, one point that needs to be properly addressed is the crawlspace. The crawlspace of This home had an old vapor barrier. While it was able to handle the water in this area, it was chewed on, and evidence of critters was found throughout the space. 

To get this home up to code and ready to be sold, we removed the old vapor barrier. The vents were sealed up so critters couldn't get in, and a new Turtl entryway was installed to ensure animals wouldn't be able to sneak in. We then laid down a new 6 Mil vapor barrier to get this home fully set to go on the market. 

Falling Insulation and mud on Old Vapor Barrier - Camp Sherman, OR

This home had a 6 Mil vapor barrier installed a few years back, and since these are not fully sealed they need to be regularly inspected for rips, tears, mud, and critters. The homeowners realized that their system was caked with mud and their old fiberglass insulation was falling down and they would need some work done to protect their home once more. 

Our crews began by removing the old vapor barrier and the fiberglass insulation. To keep this space insulated we installed our TerraBlock crawlspace insulation over the dirt floor as well as our SilverGlo insulation that is anchored on the foundation walls. The entire space was then encased and sealed up with our 20 Mil thick CleanSpace vapor barrier, giving this home a dry and healthy crawlspace. 

Water Comes in Through Basement Walls - Camp Sherman, OR

We received a call from a homeowner who had water coming into their basement through the walls. Our crew went out to the home in Camp Sherman to fix the problem. They installed ThermalDry on all of the walls of the basement. ThermalDry guides any moisture or water vapor down the wall and into the WaterGuard piping system. WaterGuard is installed along the perimeter of the basement, intercepting the water and draining it to the sump pump. They also installed a TripleSafe sump pump in the basement. The TripleSafe has three separate pumps so that in the event of a plumbing leak or power outage the sump pump will continue to function. It also has a built-in WaterWatch alarm system to alert the homeowner if there is a plumbing leak so that the problem can be fixed before any damage is done. Now this homeowner can enjoy their dry basement for years to come. 

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