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Outdoor Crawlspace Access in Eagle Creek Oregon

Outdoor Crawlspace Access in Eagle Creek Oregon

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The access to the crawlspace was very small and difficult to get in and out of, the cement barrier around it let water and debris pour in to the uncovered access hole. Cables and wires were exposed to the outside elements. The open space allowed cold air and animals to enter the crawlspace. Our install crew came and provided an easy way to get in and out of the crawlspace. The system installed will protect the crawlspace from taking on water and air, while giving it a pleasant look.

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Basement Waterproofing & Crawl Space Repair in Eagle Creek, Oregon

Do you have water in the basement? Is your crawl space damp? This leads to mold, rot, musty odors, and structural issues. It also leads to a reoccurring headache for you. Luckily, our trained experts are available to permanently fix the problem.

We will properly install a hidden drainage system in your Eagle Creek basement and completely encapsulate your crawl space with CleanSpace vapor barrier. We are here to solve the problem for you.

Why Choose Us?
  • Lifetime Warranty on all Perimeter Waterproofing Systems
  • 25-year Warranty on Crawl Space Encapsulation Systems
  • Sump Pump Installation, Repair & Replacement
  • Basement, Crawl Space & Spray Foam Insulation
  • Basement Egress Windows
  • Flood Vents & Drainage Systems
  • Crawl Space & Basement Dehumidifiers
  • Crawl Space Excavation
  • Hundreds of Satisfied Customers

Basement Services in Eagle Creek, OR

Waterproofing your basement prevents outside water from coming in but what if a pipe bursts or the water heater leaks inside the home. An average basement done by your everyday contractor will mold and rot if there is an internal leak. You'll have to tear out your new basement! We fix this issue.

Our Products Include :
  • Waterproof, washable, insulated walls           
  • Mold-Resistant, No-Sag suspended ceiling
  • Modular carpet, tile & faux wood flooring

  • Energy-efficient, double-paned basement windows
  • Attractive Sunhouse basement window wells
  • French, bifold, louvre & six-paneled steel doors
Unlike the average Eagle Creek contractor we use completely inorganic, waterproof materials. Even if the basement floods your walls and floors will not be damaged by the water. These waterproof products are patented and are built to create a dry basement that lasts a lifetime.
Case Studies From Eagle Creek
To get into a crawlspace you will need an access point, they vary in size and location. Sometimes they are not the easiest to get in and out of or...
Job Stories From Eagle Creek, OR
Nasty Crawlspace in Eagle Creek, OR

This homeowner had seen some before and after images for crawlspaces on the side of one of our installation vehicles. They were curious about how their crawlspace looked and discovered their crawlspace looked very similar to the nasty before image. There was falling fiberglass insulation, ripped and damaged vapor barrier, and debris scattered throughout with mud settled in the lower spaces. They were amazed to see that was the state of the crawlspace and the air from here was drafting up and into their living space. They wanted a healthy home, so they reached out to John's Waterproofing so they could get the clean after crawlspace for their home. 

To begin, our installation crew took out all of the old insulation, vapor barrier, and general debris. With the space prepped we installed a full perimeter drain system. This collects the groundwater and grades it along to a TripleSafe sump pump. The water then sends out and away from the foundation. The foundation walls were insulated with SilverGlo panels, and TerraBlock insulation over the dirt floor. Next we installed our CleanSpace vapor barrier. This is a 20 mil woven barrier which goes under each wooden post, anchored along the walls, and sealed fully into place. The vents were then sealed up, and a SaniDry dehumidifier was installed to keep the space dry and healthy. The homeowners are thrilled that their crawlspace is clean and healthy, and say the air in their home is fresher then it has ever been. 

Disgusting Crawlspace in Eagle Creek, OR

The owners of this home were experiencing breathing problems and their doctor recommended checking the crawlspace. A system designer was sent to the home and he found a real mess. It had been neglected for years and now water, animal feces, dead rodents, mold, falling insulation and construction debris abounded. With all of these present it was no wonder they were feeling the effects of mold and air drafts upward from a crawlspace, so they were breathing all of those elements within their home. Mold grows when humidity exceeds 60 degrees and it was 74 degrees in the crawlspace. The system designer explained that encapsulation was the only sure way to get rid of and control mold so, to create a healthy home for their family, they were all in. 

A crew came out later and got to work removing the old barrier and dirty fiberglass insulation that was falling down. They installed a 3" perforated pipe in a silt sock around the full perimeter of the crawlspace grading it to a SuperSump system (a primary pump with a battery backup pump to assure it would continue to operate in the event of a power outage) which then pushed water out and away from the foundation. Following this, they laid TerraBlock, a 3/4" flexible foam insulation sandwiched in a plastic barrier that adds R-value, is puncture resistance, as well as padding when walking or crawling in this space. Over the TerraBlock goes the CleanSpace vapor barrier, a 20mil, nylon-reinforced plastic vapor barrier. It is used to isolate the posts with all the seams sealed, and fastened to the foundation walls just under the rim joist. The vents around the crawlspace were sealed and closed cell spray foam was applied to the foundation walls, effectively encapsulating the space and insulating the home to industry standards. A SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier was installed to keep humidity at bay and filter the air. The homeowner reported a big change in their health a few months later. 


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Water Pooling on the Old Vapor Barrier - Estacada, OR

This homeowner had only recently bought this home and when the rains hit, they saw that water was pooling on top of the vapor barrier. Further investigation revealed that the low point drain had been installed higher than the dirt level of the crawlspace, so the water wasn't draining as intended. Sadly, we see this far too often in new home construction. A System Designer was sent to help the homeowner with a plan that would solve the issues and warranty the work. 

After accepting the proposal, a time was set for an installation crew to go to the home and do the work needed to bring the home into compliance with local laws. First, the old vapor barrier was removed and a drainage system was installed around the perimeter of the crawlspace interior. This consisted of digging a trench and putting in a 3" perforated pipe in a silt sock and grading the system down to the lowest spot of the crawlspace where a SuperSump was installed in a special container designed specifically for our pumps with an airtight lid, floor drain, and alarm. The homeowner also chose to add a battery backup pump to protect the system in the event of a power outage. The pumps were discharged to a rain drain for water removal. A new 6mil black plastic vapor barrier was installed over the floor of the crawlspace, overlapped a minimum of 18" and brought up the foundation walls and fastened just under the rim joist. This assures that any water from the walls or footing will be driven into the drainage system and safely moved away from the home.

High Levels of Water in Crawlspace - Eagle Creek, OR

High levels of water under a home can lead to many different issues that negatively affect the home and the people who live there. This home was dealing with high water levels and the long-term solution to this problem was a full crawlspace encapsulation. 

Our crew began by removing the debris from under the home. Once the space was cleared out we installed a TripleSafe sump pump. This would collect groundwater and safely divert it out and away from the foundation of the home. We then laid down a Drainage Matt over the dirt floor. On top of this was a layer of TerraBlock crawlspace insulation. We then installed SilverGlo Wall insulation on the foundation walls. To ensure a water-tight seal throughout, we then encased this all with our CleanSpace vapor barrier. This 20 Mil barrier wraps under each wooden post, is anchored to every wall, and sealed uptight. To finish up, we installed new vent covers and a SaniDry dehumidifier. This home will now be dry and healthy for the long run! 

Sinking Foundation and Pooling Water in Eagle Creek, OR

This home had settled into its foundation and left the crawlspace with very low clearance. The homeowners were unable to go into their crawlspace because of the tight fit and the water that they had. They could see the water was reaching some of the wooden posts under their home and were worried about the longevity of their home if the water stayed a present force under their home. To get their home protected, they called in John's Waterproofing. 

Our crews began by digging out under the home so our crews could easily maneuver while working and also allow the homeowners to check under their home whenever they wanted to. We then installed a new EverLast Access Well and EverLast Door for the crawlspace entry. We then installed a three-inch perforated pipe discharge line around the interior perimeter to collect groundwater and push it to a new SmartSump pump to get the water out and away from the home's foundation. We then inserted two SmartJacks where the wood posts had been compromised and laid down a new 6 Mil vapor barrier.   

Manufactured Home in Need of a Sump Pump - Eagle Creek, OR

Homeowner called about installing a Sump Pump for under their manufactured home. The home has no skirting and had been waterproofed with Rat Slab when it had been set on the property. However, there was no Sump Pump installed and moisture was still getting in. 

Johns came out and dug a hole through the rat slab and placed a SuperSump under the home. To keep the water away from the homes foundation we had to install a pipe line to a LawnScape Outlet out in the homeowners field. 

While the homeowners had the right idea to get the crawlspace waterproofed, without the whole space getting taken care of, homes can end up experiencing water issues. We are always happy to assist to complete a project. We want to make sure you home and your family can rest easy without the worry of water under your home. 

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