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How to Heal Your Crawl Space

To rid your crawl space of it's humidity problem you need to get the best systems to make sure your house is healthy. Smart Jacks, CleanSpace, and SaniDry are sure to become your crawl space's new best friend.

SmartJacks will level and stabiilze the existing beams and floor joists in the crawl space.  These are used best when the wood is rotting and not strong enough to hold the rest of the house up like it used to.  The SmartJack is made from high-strength steel components and provides the best opportunity to lift the above floors and walls back to their original level position.

CleanSpace should be installed next in the crawl space.  This 20-mil-thick liner is similar to that of a pool liner.  It is made of seven different layers to make sure nothing can penetrate it.  The top layer is a bright white to that allows you to easily see that the crawl space is free of mold, insects, and dirt.  This liner is completely sealed over the floor, the walls, and the SmartJack beams to fully isolate your home environment from the earth.  CleanSpace damatically reduces the humidity levels in the air which can help eliminate mold growth and rot from the crawl space and make the home healthier.

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Lastly, to make sure the crawl space is humidity free a SaniDry system needs to be installed.  This is a dehumidifier that will remove the moisture from the air and improve the air quality overall.  The owner had the abliity to choose how dry he wants the crawl space to be.  With these systems installed together, the crawl space will be humidity free and continue to keep the air inside your home healthy for the whole family.

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In Greater St. Louis, and throughout Illinois & Missouri, Woods Basement Systems has the expertise and know-how to repair crawl spaces with products designed specifically to help rid a crawl space of humidity.  

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