Crawl Space Encapsulation
Walker Pest Management’s Crawlspace Encapsulation Service is specially designed to prevent crawl space moisture by encapsulating the crawl space with its vapor barrier, closing the crawl space vents, and conditioning the space. Having your crawlspace encapsulated will make your home and crawlspace much healthier places to be. The system is also a proven method of crawl space pest control.
Walker Pest Management has developed superior methods to solve your crawlspace problems. If you have crawlspace mold or moisture problems of any kind we can help. We aim to exceed your expectations and offer our customers unrivaled professionalism and courtesy.
Our Crawlspace Encapsulation Service can include the following products:
- Crawl Space Insulation
- Crawl Space Vapor Barrier
- Crawl Space Dehumidifier
- Crawl Space Vent Covers
- Crawl Space Door
Each system is put together to meet your specific needs and requirements.
You may ask why is a pest control company is encapsulating crawlspaces. By sealing off crawlspace vents and doors, we are preventing those areas from becoming access points for insects and animals that find your crawlspace a very inviting area. Once these pests are in your crawlspace they don’t usually just stop there. They move in looking for moisture, a source of food or even warmth. By encapsulating the crawlspace you will deter many of these pests from trying to enter your home by way of the foundation or floors. By removing the moisture from your crawlspace we will create an inhospitable environment for mold, rot, dust mites and certain pests , such as cockroaches. Foul smells from mildew and animals that create waste, and die in the are will now be gone.
Other Benefits of Crawlspace Encapsulation
Other benefits of a crawlspace encapsulation of a dirt or concrete crawlspace, especially vented crawlspaces, is they make your home much more energy efficient. By sealing the vents, summer heat and winter cold are kept out of the space. Cold winter air on hot water pipes, heating ducts and furnaces makes them work much harder to maintain just a regular temperature. Cold air in the crawlspace can also mean a cold floor above it. In the summer time, heat and humidity enter the space and the humid air condensates on the wood and metal or sometimes travels up into the home. It is much harder to cool humid air than dry air, and so it is more expensive to air condition.
Call today to schedule a free Crawlspace Inspection and Quote for an Encapsulation Service: 866-442-7378