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  • Writer's pictureCid Herlein

Moisture Intrusion in Crawlspace

Water in the crawl space is a widespread problem for your home.

It may be caused by a storm, plumbing leak, poor ventilation, or drainage issue. But whether it’s the first time you’ve noticed water or a recurring problem, you should never ignore a water leak in the crawl space.

Water can erode a home’s foundation, rot the wooden structural beams and joists, and create mold and mildew issues that impact the air quality throughout the house.

We saw a few signs today 🔎

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