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Crawl Space Repair

Crawl Space Repair & Waterproofing

What is a crawl space? A crawl space is below the first floor of a home, but is not big enough to be classified as a basement. Typically there is only enough room to crawl rather than stand.

More and more homes are being built with crawl spaces and they are quite common in Missouri. Many essential house features, including foundation piers and additional storage, are located in crawl spaces which makes it essential to maintain and keep dry and waterproof.

Signs Your Crawl Space Needs Waterproofing

Physical Issues:

  • You may notice the floor directly above the crawl space to be sagging, this is a sign of damage or excessive moisture.
  • Be on the lookout for dampness or standing water.
  • Watch for mold and notice if there is a musty smell to your crawl space.

Crawl Space Solutions:  

If you have noticed any of the above issues with your crawl space we can help! We have a variety of crawl space repair and waterproofing solutions to meet the needs of your home.

All our solutions are designed to be permanent and as cost-effective as possible. 

Drain Systems:

The On Footer Drain System catches water coming off the wall.

The Footer Depth Drain System uses a drip ledge to catch water from the wall and a multi-flow tile backfilled with rock that runs along the footer. This prevents both hydraulic water from coming in and catches water coming off the wall. Learn more about our drain systems here.

Vapor Barrier:

A Vapor Barrier is a poly liner used to encapsulate the space. It is attached to the walls, floor, and supporting columns to seal the area. This will prevent and treat moisture content and mold. Learn more about our vapor barrier solutions here.

Closed Cell Insulation:

Closed Cell Insulation is foam sprayed to walls with a spray foam rig. The foam forms a waterproof barrier that serves also as insulation. This creates a cool crawl space and prevents dampness. Learn more about our closed-cell insulation here.


A Dehumidifier is a mechanical device used to pull humidity out of the air. It is attached to the floor joist or on a base on the floor and plugged into a power source. Dehumidifiers reduce humidity, decrease issues of mold, and improve air quality. Learn more about our dehumidifiers here.

Contact us today for a free estimate to repair any crawl space issues you may be experiencing in your home.