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Crawlspace Encapsulation: Addressing Moisture, Mold, and Air Quality Concerns for Your Well-Being

Most likely the problem that led you to this webpage was the presence of moisture or water in your crawlspace, or the continued, ongoing growth of mold, or a persistent mold odor coming from your crawlspace. Additionally you, a loved one, or an employee may be suffering from undetermined health issues and you may suspect air quality to include the presence of mold as the culprit. These are all great reasons to consider crawlspace encapsulation.

“A&E Environmental exceeded my expectations. In a day and time when few businesses return your call, never mind arrive on time and complete the work in the timeframe quoted, A&E did that and more. When they finished the work, I asked many questions, all of which were answered in detail and by walking around our home showing me exactly what they did. From the front office staff to the actual workers, all were respectful, timely and did exactly what they said they’d do! Kudos to the entire company.”

You may be wondering if crawlspace encapsulation is good for your crawlspace, and your health, and the short answer is yes. Always necessary? No, but often it’s a great idea, and here is why.

In climates where there is either drastic temperature swings from day to night, and those where there is high humidity or large rainfalls leading to constantly damp conditions, or even just long periods of seasonal rainfall causing seasonal wetness, there is the potential for moisture borne air quality issues as well as persistent harmful mold. Additionally older homes that have been built on old stone foundations can be particularly susceptible to crawlspace moisture and water penetration, creating an environment that is bad for health and property. Just solving the acute problem may not be enough.

Solving the problem of water and moisture penetration into your crawlspace in many cases, is just the first step. Ensuring that any future penetration doesn’t cause long-term effects is critical to the permanency of any solution.
Many persistent moisture issues tend to come and go, even after measures to stop the base problem have been undertaken. In those instances crawlspace encapsulation can be a way of mitigating those persistent issues.

What is the difference between wet crawlspace solutions and crawlspace encapsulations?
Solutions to remedy moisture and water problems in crawlspaces are obviously a great thing, anything you can do to remove the moisture source is a necessary undertaking. Solutions such as sump pumps, proper drainage, dehumidifiers, and properly configured ventilation to keep temperature variations between sections of the building at a minimum are all solutions that should be considered. However they often don’t go far enough in situations where persistent moisture remains, in those cases creating a barrier between the moisture and the structure is key to removing the long term problem and it’s affects. It’s this barrier that ensure, that in combination with the removal of the water source that will mitigate future moisture issues such as pesky and harmful mold.

A Quick Note on Mold

“Any visible mold should be removed, no matter what its color or species,” says Tiina Reponen, PhD, professor of environmental health at the University of Cincinnati. “In a healthy building, you don’t have visible mold.”

The CDC’s Perspective on Mold Testing and Removal

“Generally, it is not necessary to identify the species of mold growing in a residence, and CDC does not recommend routine sampling for molds. Current evidence indicates that allergies are the type of diseases most often associated with molds. Since the susceptibility of individuals can vary greatly either because of the amount or type of mold, sampling and culturing are not reliable in determining your health risk. If you are susceptible to mold and mold is seen or smelled, there is a potential health risk; therefore, no matter what type of mold is present, you should arrange for its removal. Furthermore, reliable sampling for mold can be expensive, and standards for judging what is and what is not an acceptable or tolerable quantity of mold have not been established.”

The EPA’s Perspective on Mold Testing and Removal

Is sampling for mold needed? In most cases, if visible mold growth is present, sampling is unnecessary. Since no EPA or other federal limits have been set for mold or mold spores, sampling cannot be used to check a building’s compliance with federal mold standards. Surface sampling may be useful to determine if an area has been adequately cleaned or remediated.

“I hired A & E Environmental to remove asbestos that lined old steam pipes and boiler in my basement. The work was done quickly and safely. The area with asbestos was completed sealed off and venting was used during the work. The old, massive, steam boiler need to be removed as part of the project and that was hauled off. The team from A & E Environmental were friendly and got the job done in less than a day. Excellent service, highly recommend using them!”

Crawlspace Encapsulation Services and Working With Your New Hampshire & Massachusetts Insurance Provider and Policy

Let A&E Environmental Help Guide You Through The Complex Process Of Your Insurance Claim Submittal.

A&E Environmental Can help you navigate the somewhat troublesome process of filing an insurance claim by assisting with direct billing. Additionally, understanding your entitlements within your policy can add some additional confusion, and the professionals at A&E Environmental can help you understand your policy provisions so you can be brought back to pre-loss condition as quickly, and painlessly as possible.

It’s important to act quickly during, and just after an event. Whether it’s water damage, fire and smoke damage, or any other covered event, the burden of mitigating future damage and loss falls on the shoulders of the policy owner. Not only do you have to file a claim as soon as you know an insured event has occurred, you must take any and all necessary steps to mitigate future damage, failing to do so may have an impact on the amount covered.

Managing your insurance claim whether it is commercial or residential requires patience and knowledge, something most people in crisis mode are in short supply of. Adding to the complexities of properly filing a claim is the emotional stress that many times accompanies an emergency event. A&E Environmental is positioned to help you navigate this process as well as offer direct billing with reporting to your insurance provider to help streamline the insurance claim filing and settlement process as quickly and as painlessly as possible.

“I did an asbestos inspection for a single family home. Highly recommend A&E. They were timely, professional, and upfront with pricing before the work started. Very kind people and easy to work with. Delivered results in a timely manner! Highly recommend!”

Why A&E Environmental

  • A&E Environmental is Fully Insured
  • Workmanship Quality Guarantee
  • Comprehensive and self instituted train and retrain program for employees
  • A&E Environmental performs background checks on all staff members
  • Instituted project management and quality control systems and processes
  • Dedicated account and project managers for each and every project
  • True 24 emergency response, not just emergency “call” response
  • 2 hour or less onsite response times during emergencies to 95% of service areas
  • Personalized service from initial consultation to project completion follow up
  • Direct insurance billing (we work for you and not the insurance companies during mitigation, national franchises have loyalties to large insurers that may be biased based on the funneling of work)
  • Experience managing state and federal contracts
  • Locally owned and operated (decisions are taken locally and not mandated at some national level with disregard for onsite needs for both property and people, with A&E Environmental you’re not just a number)
  • Big company resources with local decision making and compassion

Crawlspace Encapsulation Done Right with A&E Environmental

While crawlspaces can be prone to moisture and water accumulation, it’s not always obvious when there’s a need for crawlspace encapsulation. This lack of visibility makes it even more crucial to address, as prolonged exposure to such conditions can lead to damage to property and potential health issues.

Of course, spotting signs of moisture, water stains, or feeling dampness in the crawlspace are clear indicators of a problem, but it’s important to take a proactive approach with a professional assessment by our team.

When you entrust us with this task, you can count on our team to conduct a thorough crawlspace evaluation, backed up by the latest moisture mapping and infrared camera technology. These advanced systems help us inspect your crawlspace walls and pinpoint hidden areas where water might be intruding, creating conditions that could lead to damage over time.

Once we’ve assessed the root causes and extent of the moisture issue, we will walk you through our comprehensive plan for effective crawlspace encapsulation. This includes addressing and sealing off sources of moisture and ensuring your crawlspace is protected from future water intrusion. You can rest easy knowing that we will take great care to establish a moisture-free environment in your basement.

When you need swift, adept crawlspace encapsulation for your New Hampshire & Massachusetts home, we have you covered.

When you call A&E Environmental for crawlspace encapsulation, we handle everything for you, from the assessment, to the sealing, to the final reporting to any necessary health and environmental agencies required by law. If you have any questions throughout the process regarding those regulations – if they apply, and they don’t always – then feel free to contact us.

“Owner came by and we walked the job. Very polite and informative. Was also willing to go the extra mile to take care of my issues Crew was on time and very friendly. They worked very hard and cleaned up and had me inspect. I was very impressed and would be the 1st to recommend this company to anyone.”

Ensuring Safety with A&E Environmental: New Hampshire & Massachusetts Trusted Crawlspace Encapsulation Specialists at Your Service

We value the safety and well-being of our customers and their families. When it comes to crawlspace encapsulation for residents, count on the dedicated team at A&E Environmental! We understand how troubling and invasive moisture issues can be in your residence, which is why we want to make it as easy as possible to reach us for a solution. You don’t have to waste another moment worrying over a damp crawlspace or water intrusion problems. Ensure the safety of your loved ones by consulting our crawlspace encapsulation specialists at A&E Environmental. Simply call us or contact us through our convenient online form for a free consultation.