Your home is a system, and every part of that system plays a role that affects the rest of the structure. If your crawl space begins to rot, grow mold, or experience structural problems, this will extend to every part of your home.
At Lowcountry Basement Systems, our licensed contractors specialize in crawl space problems of all types. Our company offers free, no cost, no obligation crawl space repair quotes in the Georgia and South Carolina area, including areas like Warner Robins, Charleston, Macon, Savannah, Hilton Head Island, Statesboro, Beaufort, Walterboro, Jesup, Saint Marys, Hinesville, Kingsland, Swainsboro, Rincon, Glennville, Lyons, Guyton, Vidalia, Bluffton, Richmond Hill, Sylvania, Fort Stewart, Saint Simons Island.
If you're having a problem with your crawl space, you've come to the right place. At Lowcountry Basement Systems, we specialize in crawl space repairs of all types at an affordable price, such as crawl space vapor barriers, crawl space insulation, crawl space sealing, crawl space encapsulation and much more. Whatever your issue, we have the products and experience that you need to find the best solution.
Crawl space encapsulation or sealing will help you avoid other unnecessary crawl space repairs, create a healthier living space, and save money on your utility bills. And once you've encapsulated your crawl space with a vapor barrier, you've gained valuable storage space in your home.
This Summerville, SC homeowner became concerned when he noticed moisture and falling insulation in his crawl space. He contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems to receive a free estimate and schedule an appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector suggested that he encapsulate his crawl space using our CleanSpace liner, a seven-layer reinforced polyethylene that isolates the home from the earth and reduces humidity levels.
After three days of installation, this homeowner had a dry and clean crawl space. The homeowner loved the CleanSpace and was very happy with the results!
This Hanahan, SC homeowner became concerned about her crawl space when flooding water became too much for the sump pump previously installed to handle. She called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a free appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector suggested that she should have a SuperSump pump to allow for more water evacuation and Drainage Matting installed to waterproof the crawl space. Our drainage matting is a recycled high-density polyethylene matting with dimples that allow better conductivity for water to easily get to the perimeter drainage or sump pump.
After one day of installation, the crawl space was waterproofed and the homeowner was very happy with the results!
The homeowner of this Mount Pleasant, SC home noticed spongy floors when walking through the house and found wet insulation in the crawl space. They called Lowcountry Basement Systems to see what could be done and decided on an encapsulation of their crawl space. The result was a dry and clean environment under the home.
This Mount Pleasant, SC homeowner noticed issues with his crawl space when his floors were sagging due to weakened floor joists and moisture issues. He called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a free inspection.
Our inspector, Brian Townsel, suggested that he get the crawl space totally encapsulated with our CleanSpace system to prevent further moisture problems from weakening his foundation and causing more settlement issues. CleanSpace is a seven-layer reinforced laminate that isolates the home from the earth completely and reduces humidity levels.
After three days of installation, the crawl space was completely encapsulated and the homeowner was thrilled with the results!
Our Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation System dramatically reduces humidity levels in crawl spaces and prevents nasty, moldy smells from going up into your house.
High humidity in this crawlspace made it the perfect place for insects and rodents to live. A Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation system was installed to create a less suitable environment for the nasty critters.
This Mount Pleasant, SC homeowner contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems when he noticed settlement issues with his home and wanted to learn more about crawl space encapsulation. He scheduled a free appointment with one of our trusted inspectors.
Our inspector, Jason Ussery, suggested he encapsulate his crawl space with CleanSpace, a seven-layer reinforced polyethylene that isolates the home from the earth and reduces humidity levels. He also suggested the homeowner installs a SaniDry Sedona, a dehumidifier that maintains the relative humidity in the crawl space to prevent moisture and microbial growth. With CleanSpace and a Sedona, this homeowner will be saving money on energy bills and keep his home value from depreciating by 10 percent!
After four days of installation, the crawl space was encapsulated and the homeowner was very happy with the outcome!
Half of the air you breathe in your home comes from your crawl space. Our Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation system seals off the earth from your home, improving air quality, preventing wood rot to your subfloor and reduces humidity in your home. Call us for a free estimate.
The Complete CrawlSpace Encapsulation system reduces moisture levels in the home, preventing mold and wood rot.
This North Charleston, SC homeowner contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems when he noticed some issues with his previously encapsulated crawl space. The crawl space was encapsulated in 2008 by another business, but he wanted to make some changes so he called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule an appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector listened to the homeowners concerned and suggested that he install a new EverLast Crawl Space Door. EverLast Crawl Space Door is made of a thick polypropylene plastic so it will not rust or rot.
After one day of installation, the crawl space door was replaced and the homeowner was very happy with the outcome!
This Charleston, SC homeowner became concerned about his crawl space when he noticed high humidity and moisture underneath his home. He called Lowcountry Basement Systems to schedule a free appointment with one of our inspectors.
Our inspector, Jason Ussery, suggested the crawl space be encapsulated with CleanSpace, a seven-layer reinforced laminate that isolates the home from the earth completely and reduces humidity levels.
After two days of installation, the crawl space was safe from future moisture and humidity damage. The homeowner was thrilled with the results!
We received a call from a Charleston homeowner concerned about the condition of her vapor barrier under her home in the crawlspace. She asked us to take a look and suggest possible solutions to her moisture problem.
Our inspector spent nearly two and a half hours investigating the situation; recorded issues, took photographs, measured the relative humidity and provided a solution that would address the moisture problem.
The Lowcountry Basement Systems Team designed and installed a solution specifically for that property to address the issues at hand and prevented future problems.
This Charleston, SC homeowner was interested in encapsulating his crawl space and adding a dehumidifier to keep out the moisture. He called Lowcountry Basement Systems to receive a free estimate.
We encapsulated his crawl space with our 20-mil thick liner called CleanSpace, which isolates the home from the earth completely and reduces humidity levels. We also installed our SaniDry Sedona, which is a dehumidifier that maintains the relative humidity in the crawl space to prevent moisture and microbial growth. After 5 days of installation, the crawl space was completely encapsulated and the homeowner was thrilled with the results!
Sealing off your home from the earth drastically reduces the moisture in your crawl space and home, making it a better place to live.
This homeowner's newly added Florida room started showing signs of mold and mildew from the crawl space beneath the house.
Complete CleanSpace Encapsulation completed after providing an inspection for this home. Our inspections are free to homeowners. Give us a call.
Over 1,300 sq. ft. of drainage matting was installed in this Hampton, SC crawl space.
We fix uneven, bouncy, saggy floors all the time. This floor, in Yemassee, SC needed additional foundation support. Our team installed SmartJacks to provide the support needed to the joists, under the subfloor.
This Estill, SC Sawmilling Company contacted Lowcountry Basement Systems when the owner noticed standing water in the crawl space of the office and sagging floors. He was concerned about the foundation, so he scheduled an appointment with an inspector to receive a free estimate for encapsulation.
Lowcountry Basement Systems' inspector, Brian Townsel, thoroughly inspected the building's crawl space and suggested that the owner encapsulate it with CleanSpace, a seven-layer reinforced polyethylene that isolates the home from the earth and reduces humidity levels.
After a few days of installing the CleanSpace moisture barrier, the Sawmilling office's crawl space was clean and moisture free. The owners were thrilled with the results!
All-size solutions. The CleanSpace® Crawl Space Encapsulation System can provide moisture control for any size crawl space.
At Lowcountry Basement Systems we use and recommend products developed by the Basement Systems® International network of waterproofing contractors. In business since 1987, Basement Systems® operates a full Research and Development department, constantly searching the industry for the best, most proven products for lasting crawl space solutions.
With more than 30 patented products, Basement Systems® provides crawl space repair solutions that include a written warranty and have been used at hundreds of dealerships across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
Our company's free crawl space repair quote includes an on-site inspection, professional consultation, and written quote by one of our experienced, highly trained specialists. Before your free quote, we'll also send you a copy of our full-color Crawl Space Science Book. Our book includes 88 pages of information on crawl space issues, how they're solved, and what our products can do for you. Call or e-mail us today to get started!