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Crawl Space Repair & Waterproofing in Cookeville, Crossville, TN

Prevent Mold & Moisture in Your Crawl Space

Crawl spaces cause problems unless you eliminate the moisture problems once and for all. Isn't it time to take your life back and stop dealing with water in your crawl space? Not only can this standing water lead to structural damage to your property, but it also looms as a major health hazard to humans. A moldy, wet crawl space can cause poor indoor air quality that triggers illnesses in the residents of your home in Cookeville, Crossville, Sparta, Knoxville, Lenoir City, and other cities throughout our service area in the Upper Cumberland Area of Tennessee.

When you need our help with crawl space waterproofing or crawl space repair services, your best solution is to reach out to the IICRC-certified waterproofing experts at Innovative Restorations. To learn more about our talented technicians and their stellar services, give us a call at 931-546-1155 or click here to make a reservation for services ASAP at your property in one of the Tennessee counties within our service area: Knox, Jackson, Morgan, Putnam, Fentress, Overton, Pickett, Roane, Cumberland, and White.

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Eliminating the Stack Effect with Innovative Restorations

At Innovative Restorations, we understand that up to 60% of the air you breathe in your home is coming upwards from the crawl space because of a process called "The Stack Effect." That is because hot air rises and escapes through the upper levels of your home and it is replaced by unpleasant crawl space air, creating a pulling effect that exposes you and your family to poor air quality in the living areas of your home.

How do you eliminate this stack effect? In order to do that, you need to have clean & dry air rising from the crawl space beneath your home. Our IICRC-certified crews make that happen with encapsulation services that block moisture from entering your home with a vapor barrier. This will protect the structure of your home as well as allow clean, dry air to enter the living areas of your home.

We also can install dehumidifiers in your crawl space that will remove moisture from the air and maximize the potential for a dry, healthy, crawl space at your Tennessee home. This will stop the water intrusion and exterior moisture that leads to wet, damp, and moldy crawl space conditions. When you have clean, dry air pulled up and out of the crawl space, your indoor air quality will rise exponentially.

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Crawl Space Services We Provide for Homes & Offices in Tennessee

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Rely on Our Crawl Space Waterproofing Services in Lenoir City, Crossville, & Cookeville

When you need to waterproof your crawl space in Lenoir City, Knoxville, Sparta, and other Tennessee cities we serve in the Upper Cumberland Area, be sure to reach out to our IICRC-certified technicians at Innovative Restorations. For decades, our crews have set the local industry standard for all types of restoration-related services, including crawl space repair services, throughout Tennessee. To learn more, dial 931-546-1155 or click here to schedule your reservation for services ASAP.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How Much Does a Normal Encapsulation Cost?
For a standard-sized home, approximately 1600 sq.ft., a full encapsulation runs between $4,000 and $5,000.
2. Does Encapsulation Prevent Mold from Returning?
Mold grows when the relative humidity rises above 60%. With a proper encapsulation and dehumidification system installed, mold can be prevented entirely!
3. Do I Have to Change the Dehumidifier Filters?
No, we offer a semi-annual inspection of your crawl space which includes the replacement of filters and complete moisture inspection.
4. Is a Dehumidifier Under My Home Loud?
No, not at all. If your floor is insulated, which we recommend, you likely won't even know that it's there.
5. What Is the Electric Cost of Running a Dehumidifier in the Crawl Space?
Comparatively, it is less than running a small refrigerator.
6. Is Mold Damage and Crawl Space Repair Covered by Insurance?
In most cases, it is NOT covered by insurance, but financing is available, and approval is easy. Call today!

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Cookeville, TN

The water line behind the fridge leaked, getting the floors in the kitchen, master bedroom and crawlspace wet. We removed the fridge and the flooring underneath so we could set up drying equipment. In the master bedroom, we took moisture readings and...

Crossville, TN

Dishwasher has been leaking for awhile and the subfloors are wet throughout the home including the Kitchen, living room, hallway, bedrooms, and crawlspace. We took moisture readings to determine how much flooring needed to be removed. We removed floo...

Cookeville, TN

The water heater in the laundry room leaked and affected the crawlspace as well. We took moisture readings of all the flooring and pulled up flooring down to the subfloor, then set up drying equipment to complete the dry out process. We set up air dr...

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