Crawl Space Encapsulation - Available Now For Indian Trail NC Residential and Commercial Customers

February 22, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Carlos Rendon, Charlotte Crawlspace Solutions, LLC. has announced that they are available to service new clients in Indian Trail, NC, for any type of crawl space encapsulation or crawl space moisture projects. One of the biggest problems many homeowners in the Piedmont area of North Carolina deal with is crawl space moisture.

Crawl space moisture creates an excellent environment for mold and fungus to grow in. These issues can plague many homeowners because they can lead to poor air quality, which in turn, can become dangerous and costly to the structure of the building. Carlos added that many builders are trying to build tighter homes in order to create energy efficient building. This makes crawl space ventilation issues more challenging.

Through the company's many years of experience, and Carlos Rendon’s years of on-the-job experience, they feel they have the expertise needed to help homeowners in a variety of services, such as crawl space waterproofing, crawl space encapsulation, basement waterproofing, structural wood repair, and many others. Carlos stated that when it comes to crawl space encapsulation, clients in Indian Trail, NC, can rely on the company to provide projects completed on time and in budget.

Carlos explains, " We specialize in foundation drainage improvements, structural wood repairs, insulation installation and replacement, crawlspace space encapsulations, basement and crawl space waterproofing, crawl space and attic controlled ventilation systems, as well as industrial mold remediation services.

Charlotte Crawlspace Solutions, LLC. serves the following areas: Indian Trail, Charlotte, Pineville, Weddington and Waxhaw in North Carolina. They have developed a stellar reputation of being the “Go to” crawl space encapsulation, waterproofing and crawlspace moisture specialist.

The company is also able to provide free inspections on residential and commercial structures in order to analyze and diagnose any problems that have been reported by the client. Once they have completed the initial inspection and identified the problems a recommended plan of action is provided to the homeowner and if structural work is needed, an engineer will approve the work plan.

Carlos explained that today's homes require an engineered solution that is able to fully control moisture in a building's crawl space. This is especially true when HVAC systems have been installed in the crawl space. More importantly, the solution must be able to achieve this without creating any additional problems to the building.

He added that those who have questions can contact him. He will be more than happy to answer any questions regarding any crawl space, basement or encapsulation project.


For more information about Charlotte Crawlspace Solutions, contact the company here:

Charlotte Crawlspace Solutions
Carlos Rendon
(704) 989-8219
Charlotte Crawlspace Solutions, LLC
2321 Hargette Rd
Monroe, NC. 28110

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