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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Garland, TX

Crawl Space Encapsulation in Garland, TX

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This customer was having some humidity issues in their crawl space. They were interested in finding out more about an encapsulation for their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment for the crawl space in their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

Mold Remediation in Balch Springs, Tx

Mold Remediation in Balch Springs, Tx

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Mold in bathroom, mold containment barrier.

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Crawl Space encapsulation done in Dallas Tx. Home owner wanted a more energy efficient crawl space. 

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Case Studies From Dallas County
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This customer called stating he believed there was excess moisture in the crawl space. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Darrin, to...
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This customer called and stated that he noticed heavy flooding in his crawl space after rain. We sent a System Design Specialist, Ross, to the...
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This homeowner called stating that his pier and beam home was constanly feeling humid. He was concerned that the humidity might be coming from a...
Job Stories From Dallas County, TX
Quick and Easy Mold Remediation Job in Carrollton, Texas

As part of any mold remediation job, we always assess the home and the affected areas and that's exactly how we started taking care of this Carrollton home. The next step is to set up a containment area. Then we begin removing all of the affected areas of mold. If we find that water is present then we take the necessary steps to remove all water.

This job was very simple, the only affected areas were just by the mold only, so the process was very quick. The homeowner was pleased that the process was not long and drawn out and they were able to resume their daily lives quickly.  

Mold Remediation Cedar HIll, Texas

This Cedar Hill customer had a leak in the condensation hose in the attic. Over time it caused moisture in the ceiling and wall of the closet which lead to significant mold growth. Our company set up airscrubbers that ran for 24 hours in the contained area. We contained the area and removed the sheetrock, carpet and door opening. The floor was HEPA vacuumed and the entire contained area was HEPA vacuumed. Using an EPA registered anti-microbial solution the contained was cleaned along with the floor, walls, and ceiling. 

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Mold Remediation in Dallas, TX

A Dallas homeowner was experiencing extensive mold growth in their living room and two of the bedrooms. After inspection, it was discovered that the attic insulation was causing moisture to build up into the walls and ceiling.

The remediation team at Olympic Restoration Systems went to work. They contained the areas, removing the affected ceiling, drywall, and carpet. Once removed, they cleaned using an EPA registered antimicrobial solution and HEPA vacuum. Mold can be a serious issue to any homeowner and the professionals at Olympic Restoration work hard to give their clients a healthy, clean environment to live in. 

High Crawl Space Humidity In Dallas, TX

A homeowner in Dallas, Texas was registered high humidity in his home, causing his floors to buckle. After some research, he decided it was time to see if his crawl space might be causing the issue. He called Olympic Restoration Systems for a free evaluation. Our team assessed the situation and found high humidity levels, condensation on the subfloor, and the ground was damp.

After removing the debris, our team installed a SaniDry CX Air System to keep humidity low. They then regraded the drainage to direct water seepage to a sump system they were installing which would keep water out of the crawl space. Two wireless sensors were placed to send temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. A CleanSpace vapor barrier was placed all along the dirt floors and wall to protect the home from water vapor and humidity. This homeowner can rest happy knowing his home and floors are protected. 

Dehumidifier in Garland, TX

A homeowner was experiencing a musty odor coming into his home from the crawl space. Our team came out to investigate and found excess moisture to the the issue. To remedy the situation, we installed CleanSpace drainage matting under a CleanSpace liner and a dehumidifier to control the humidity in the crawl space. The musty smell was gone and the home owner was reassured he would have no more moisture issues from his crawl space. 

Mold Remediation in Richardson, TX

This homeowner noticed mold behind their kitchen cabinets during a remodel. Our team was contacted and we immediately went to work.

We first set up a containment area with negative air fans. We then treated the affected materials that remained with MoldX stain remover, and then treated it a second time with MoldX Botantical disinfectant. All exposed cavities were HEPA vacuumed, leaving this home mold free and the remodeling work back in service.

Mold Remediation in Addison

A homeowner was concerned about the black spots on the section of her closet next to the bathroom. An inspection was done and they found that a small leak behind her toilet was causing water damage and mold. She called us to help.

We installed air scrubbers outside of the contained areas and ran them until the successful post-remediation inspection was achieved. After all the mold was taken care of we disposed of all of the debris and wiped down and sanded the materials we were able to save. Once we completed our work, the homeowner was able to enjoy a healthy, mold-free home.

Mold In Crawl Space Under a Desoto Home

This homeowner noticed his crawl space was extremely damp. He also suspected mold. Our specialist came out and confirmed mold growth.

Our team began by removing the mold. All the wood within the crawl space was cleaned with an EPA registered antimicrobial solution. Debris were removed and the crawl space was regraded to direct water seepage into a sump pump system. Next, we installed a SmartSump pump system with liner, cast iron pump, CleanPump Stand, airtight lid with airtight floor drain and WaterWatch alarm system. Another small pump was installed to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump. To keep the ground moisture and vapor from affecting the home, we used CleanSpace Drainage Matting under a CleanSpace liner. Additionally, two wireless sensors were installed to send temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. T

Mold in Garage

A hot water heater leaked, causing a mold in this homeowners garage. They contacted our team to help. Setting up a decontainment chamber, we used a negative air scrubber. After cleaning what items would be salvageable and removing all affected materials, they HEPA vacuumed the exposed wall. Using an EPA registered antimicrobial solution, they cleaned the exposed cavities. 

Sump Pumps Dallas, TX

This homeowner was concerned about groundwater pooling beneath their crawl space. We evaluated the situation and decided the two sump pumps were needed. We installed a SmartPipe perimeter drainage system in crawl space, along with a SmartSump pump system with liner, cast iron pump, CleanPump Stand, airtight lid with an airtight floor drain, and WaterWatch alarm system. A condensate pump was attached to the dehumidifier to distribute the collected moisture to the sump pump, along with two dedicated circuits for the operation of the sump pump, dehumidifier, and condensate pump.

Damp and Wet Crawlspace Dallas, TX

This homeowner was seeing significant moisture damage in his home. After an evaluation of his crawl space, we could determine the humidity was coming from beneath and entering his home. We decided encapsulation was the best way to separate the home from water vapor and moisture. Using a sump pump, trench drain, and CleanSpace durable liner, we were able to lower the humidity levels.

Encapsulation Needed For Floor Remodel Irving, TX

These homeowners prepared for a complete floor remodel due to their buckling and cupping floors. The owners decided encapsulation was the best way to protect their new flooring.

First, our team re-graded the crawl space. Next, we installed an EZ flow pipe around the perimeter of the crawl space to capture incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. Afterward, we installed a SmartSump pump system with liner, cast iron pump, CleanPump Stand, airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and WaterWatch alarm system. CleanSpace drainage matting and a CleanSpace vapor barrier were placed along the ground, walls, and piers. 

Crawl Space Moisture Grand Prairie, TX

This homeowner was tired of excessive heating bills and cold floors during the summers. He called our team to encapsulate his crawl space. First, our team removed the debris and regraded the crawl space to direct water to the sump pump system. A sump pump was installed, along with a dehumidifier. Two wireless sensors were placed to send temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. Next, CleanSpace Drainage matting was installed and a CleanSpace liner was placed on top. Silverglo insulation was fastened along the inside perimeter of the entire crawl space. Afterward, the vents were closed to ensure no more moisture or condensation were allowed to penetrate the crawl space. 

Mold In Bathroom Rowlett, TX

A couple became concerned about what looked like mold behind their bathroom shower. They had an inspection, confirming mold growth, and contacted our team in to help. We began by setting up a containment barrier and removing all affected materials. The areas were then scrubbed with an EPA antimicrobial solution and HEPA vacuumed. A follow-up inspection was done, confirming their mold issue was gone. 

Mold Removal in Home Carrollton TX

After the mold was discovered growing in this homeowners bathroom, she contacted us for help.

We set up a containment area and removed all sheetrock in the rooms and sanded down the studs and all framing members. The affected area was then hand wiped with an anti-microbial solution. We used a HEPA vacuum before and after the affected rooms were cleaned. The home was then tested and certified as mold-free.

Wet Crawl Space Coppell TX

Concerned about standing water beneath their house, these homeowners contacted us to help. After removing the debris, our team installed a SaniDry CX Air System to keep humidity low. They then regraded the drainage to direct water seepage to a sump system they were installing which would keep water out of the crawl space. Two wireless sensors were placed to send temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. A CleanSpace vapor barrier was placed all along the dirt floors and wall to protect the home from water vapor and humidity. This homeowner can rest happy knowing his home and floors are protected. 

Commercial Encapsulation Install Sachse TX

We were contacted by an engineer to install an encapsulation system in a newly built commercial building. A sump pump was installed, along with a dehumidifier. Next, CleanSpace Drainage matting was installed and a CleanSpace liner was placed on top. Silverglo insulation was fastened along the inside perimeter of the entire crawl space. Afterward, the vents were closed to ensure no moisture or condensation were allowed to penetrate the crawl space.

Mold Removal and Cleanup Sunnyvale TX

After a plumbing leak led to mold damage in this home, our team was called in to help. We set up a containment barrier and removed affected materials. Afterward, the mold was cleaned using an EPA registered antimicrobial and HEPA vacuumed. These homeowners now can rest easy knowing their mold problem has been taken care of. 

Falling Insulation Balch Springs TX

When these homeowners noticed falling insulation in their crawl space, they knew they had a problem. Our specialist came out to evaluate. Because of the high humidity, condensation was collecting on the insulation, making it wet. We removed the insulation and installed a CleanSpace encapsulation system. This system separated the crawl space from the earth floor, keeping the home safe from moisture. 

Encapsulation for New Construction Dallas TX

When adding an addition to their home, this couple decided encapsulation would be the best way to protect their new wood floors. A sump pump was installed, along with a dehumidifier. Two wireless sensors were placed to send temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. Next, CleanSpace Drainage matting was installed and a CleanSpace liner was placed on top. Silverglo insulation was fastened along the inside perimeter of the entire crawl space. Afterward, the vents were closed to ensure no more moisture or condensation were allowed to penetrate the crawl space. 

Neighborhood humidity issues Dallas/Fort Worth TX

After speaking to his neighbor who had our system, this homeowner became concerned about humidity issues in his crawl space and contacted our team to evaluate. Our specialist discovered high humidity in the crawl space and recommended encapsulation. First, we removed the debris and regraded the crawl space. A sump pump was installed, along with a dehumidifier. Two wireless sensors were placed to send temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. Next, CleanSpace Drainage matting was installed and a CleanSpace liner was placed on top. Silverglo insulation was fastened along the inside perimeter of the entire crawl space. Afterward, the vents were closed to ensure no more moisture or condensation were allowed to penetrate the crawl space. 

Crawl Space with Standing Water Richardson TX

After researching, this homeowner thought his cupping floors might be caused by his crawl space. Our specialist evaluated the situation, discovering high humidity and standing water in the crawl space. We decided encapsulation was the best solution. Using a sump pump, trench drain, and CleanSpace durable liner, we were able to lower the humidity levels, saving this customer from further damage to his floors. 

Rain draining into crawl space Dallas TX

Every time it rained, these owners would have pools of water in their crawlspace. They contacted our team to help. We began by removing debris from the crawl space and regrading it to a pump system. We then installed a SmartSump pump system with liner, cast iron pump, CleanPump Stand, airtight lid with an airtight floor drain, and WaterWatch alarm system. CleanSpace drainage matting was placed on the dirt floor and covered with a CleanSpace liner. A SaniDry CX Air System was installed to keep the humidity low, along with a small sump pump to remove water from the dehumidifier and out of the crawl space.

Unsightly Mold Dallas TX

Spots of mold began appearing on the wall behind these homeowners toilet. After an inspection report verified the mold, they contacted us to remove it. We sat up a containment area. Using an EPA antimicrobial and HEPA vacuum, we removed the mold. These owners could now rest assured their mold problem was gone. 

Bowing Walls Dallas TX

This couple began noticing a bowing on their wall adjacent to the kitchen. Concerned, they called a plumber. Due to a slow leak, water damage and mold had been occurring. They contacted us to remediate. We set up a containment area with negative air scrubbers. After removing the affected materials, we used an EPA registered antimicrobial and HEPA vacuum to remove the mold. These homeowners can now relax knowing their home is mold free. 

Flooded Crawl Space Addison TX

Due to a plumbing pipe burst, this homeowner's crawl space flooded with water. He contacted us to help. We began by drying the crawl space. Afterward, the homeowner decided to have his crawl space encapsulated to prevent any more pipe bursts due to cold weather. We installed an encapsulation system for him, complete with a CleanSpace drainage mat, CleanSpace liner, sump pump, and dehumidifier. 

Mold Growth in Crawl Space Grand Prairie TX

This couple discovered they had mold growing in their crawl space. They contacted us to help. We used Mold-X disinfectant to remove the mold. Afterward, we treated it with Mold-X botanical to prevent further growth. 

Pipe Issues Dallas TX

These homeowners were experiencing pipe issues in their unconditioned crawl space. They contacted us to install an encapsulation system. We began by regrading the crawl space to direct drainage to the sump pump. Afterward, the crawl space was insulated using CleanSpace drainage matting and CleanSpace liner. 

Moldy Cabinets Wilmer TX

During a remodel, these homeowners discovered significant amounts of mold behind their cabinets. They contacted us to remove it. We first set up a containment area with negative air fans. We then treated the affected materials that remained with MoldX stain remover and then treated it a second time with MoldX Botanical disinfectant. All exposed cavities were HEPA vacuumed, leaving this home mold free.

Moldy Crawl Space

Crawl space mold can go unnoticed for years. That's what happened to these homeowners. When they had their home sprayed for termites, the pest control technician mentioned he saw mold beneath their home. They contacted our team to help. After confirming the presence of mold, we treated all organic surfaces with an EPA registered anti-microbial to remove the mold and Mold-X botanical to prevent further growth. 

Crawl Space Mold Addison TX

These homeowners were concerned about the smell coming from their crawl space. Our specialist discovered high humidity and mold growth. By treating the crawlspace with an EPA antimicrobial solution to remove the mold, and adding a SaniDry dehumidifier in the crawl space, we were able to help these homeowners prevent further mold issues. 

Mold Allergies Dallas TX

Concerned her son's allergies and recent asthma attack were due to mold, this homeowner contacted our company to help. After finding mold in the HVAC, we began the remediation process. Using a negative air machine, air compression whips, an EPA registered antimicrobial, and HEPA Vacuum, we removed the mold. This mother can now rest assured her son's allergies will not be affected by excess mold. 

Mold Found During Remodel Irving TX

During a master bathroom remodel, these homeowners discovered mold growth. They contacted us to help. First, we set up a containment area, with negative air scrubbers. We removed the affected materials, using an EPA registered antimicrobial and HEPA vacuum to remove the mold. These homeowners can now finish their remodel without worrying about mold. 

Spots on Wall Rowlett TX

Concerned about the spots on her bathroom wall, this homeowner contacted our team for help. Excess moisture was causing mold growth. We began by setting up a containment area with negative air scrubbers. After the affected materials were removed, the area was treated with an EPA registered anti-microbial and HEPA vacuumed. 

New Floor Issues

Less than a year after putting in wood floors, these homeowners began to notice cupping and buckling issues. After a bit of research, they contacted our team to evaluate if their crawl space was causing it. We discovered condensation and high humidity in their crawl space. The homeowners decided to encapsulate. Using CleanSpace matting, a CleanSpace liner, sump pump system, and dehumidifier, we were able to stop further humidity damage to their new floors. 

Heavy Rainfall Causing Warped Floors

After a period of heavy rainfall, these homeowners noticed their brand new wood floors cupping and buckling. They called the flooring company who suggested they have their crawl space humidity checked. Our specialist found a damp crawl space with high humidity and condensation on the sub-floor. They decided to encapsulate.

Our team installed a CleanSpace drainage mat, CleanSpace vapor barrier, sump pump, and dehumidifier. A panel was placed inside the house so the owners could monitor the humidity at all times, ensuring it wouldn't further damage their floors. 

Humidity Making Home Uncomfortable

The humidity in this home was making its owners uncomfortable. Readings in the house were 75% and 95% in the crawlspace. They decided to have us encapsulate to solve the issue. 

First, we regraded the crawlspace. Then our team installed a sump pump, CleanSpace liner, and dehumidifier to condition the crawl space. Now, the couple can monitor the humidity in their crawl space from a panel in their home. 

Damp Crawl Space

After moving from a home with an encapsulated crawl space, this couple became concerned about the dampness below their new pier and beam home. Knowing what kinds of problems humidity can cause, they called us to encapsulate. 

Using a system that included drainage matting, a CleanSpace vapor barrier, sump pump, and dehumidifier, we were able to put these homeowners concerns at rest. 

Laundry Room Mold

Due to a washer leak, these homeowners experienced mold growth on in their laundry room. Our team came out to remediate. We removed the materials that had been affected by the mold. Negative air fans HEPA Vacuums were brought in to clean the remaining surfaces as well as the air in the location. Everything that was left was wire brushed and wiped down with an antimicrobial. 

Installing Floors

When this homeowner discovered he couldn't get a warranty on his new wood floors unless he had a vapor barrier installed, he contacted our company for an estimate. When we discovered high humidity levels and standing water in his crawl space, he opted for encapsulation to protect the future of his home and flooring. 

Using a CleanSpace vapor barrier, SaniDry dehumidifier, and sump pump, we separated the home from the earthen floor, leaving this homeowner satisfied that his new floors were safe. 

Kitchen Mold

A leak behind the dishwasher ended up causing mold growth in this home. Our company was contacted to remediate. Setting up a de-containment chamber, we used negative air scrubbers and cleaned what items would be salvageable. After removing all affected materials, we HEPA vacuumed the exposed wall and ceiling cavities before HEPA vacuuming the entire contained area. Using an EPA registered antimicrobial solution, we cleaned the exposed cavities. The surface was then sealed with an antimicrobial paint. 

Crawl Space Damage

After a period of rains, this homeowner began to detect problems in his home. The wood floor seemed to be cupping and buckling, along with a persistent musty smell. Our team came out to evaluate. The humidity in his crawl space was high, along with condensation and mold on his subfloor. The homeowner decided to encapsulate. 

First, our team applied Mold-X2 mold killer and stain remover to all the beams, base plates, floor joists, subfloor, and wooden building materials in the crawl space. Next, we installed a SmartPipe perimeter drainage system in crawl space, along with a SmartSump pump system with liner, cast iron pump, CleanPump Stand, airtight lid with an airtight floor drain, and WaterWatch alarm system. We then used CleanSpace drainage matting, along with a CleanSpace vapor barrier to prevent any more moisture issues.

Mold under a pier and beam home

Concerned with the musty odor in their home, this couple contacted our team to take a look in their crawl space. 

After finding mold, our staff worked to remove it. First, we treated the area with an EPA registered antimicrobial. Afterwards, we used Mold-X botanical to prevent further growth. A dehumidifier was installed to keep the crawl space humidity low enough to prevent future issues. 

Crawl Space Remediation in Richardson

After noticing a persistent musty smell, these homeowners called wanting to check their crawl space for humidity. Our team discovered high humidity, condensation along the subfloor, and some areas of where water collects after a rain.

 

First our team added a pump to remove the standing water in the crawl space and then added the CleanSpace encapsulation system and drainage matting to block the humidity from the ground. Next, we regraded the dirt in the crawl space to send water from the dehumidifier to the pump.

Waterproofing in Garland

This homeowner was frustrated with substantial water leakage after every rainfall and decided to call us to waterproof the home.

Upon inspecting the leaks, our team partially removed the lower half of the wall to apply Permaflex waterproofing coating to the root of the issue. Once the two coats of Permaflex were applied, we used new wood to rebuild the newly waterproofed wall.

Mold Remediation in Dallas

The owners of this condominium were alerted to some excess moisture when their tenant noticed leakage in several areas in the unit. The owners called us in to inspect to extent of the damage. In addition to the water leaks, we also found mold growth in the crawl space. To remove the mold, our team scrubbed it from the beams and applied an EPA registered antimicrobial solution to fully clean and prevent further growth.

Mold Remediation in Dallas

When these homeowners began to notice their wood floors buckling, they suspected humidity and possibly mold growth in their crawl space. When our team came in to inspect, they discovered high humidity and substantial mold growth. To solve the issue safely, we first installed an air scrubber to filter and move the mold spore filled air out of the space. Then, we removed the mold from the crawl space beams and applied an antimicrobial coating to fully clean.

Basement Waterproofing in Dallas

This basement had persistent water leaks from a crack that stretched the length of the basement. These homeowners didn't want to worry about the water damage or mildew that formed from the moisture, so they called us in to fill the crack and waterproof the full basement.

Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas

After finding high humidity and excess moisture in their crawl space, these homeowners called us in to fully resolve the issue and prevent humidity from affecting their home.

Our team installed the CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system along with three SaniDry Sedonas to lower the humidity. We also installed the SmartSump pump system to move moisture from rain and the dehumidifiers out of the crawl space.

Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas

The steep grade of this crawl space created water issues each time it rained, so our team was called in to resolve the humidity issues that had developed.

We installed a CleanSpace encapsulation system as well a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to prevent humidity from staying stuck in the space. We also installed a SmartSump pump system to remove standing water and moisture from the crawl space.

Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas

These homeowners wanted to use their large crawl space for additional storage, but rain consistently brough light flooding into the space.

We installed EZ Flow pipe and the TripleSafe pump to capture incoming water and direct it out of the crawl space. We also installed the CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system and the SaniDry Sedona to control the humidity.

Basement Waterproofing in Dallas

Water leaks in this basement created mildew and prevented the homeowners from being able to use the space. Our team was called in to inspect and waterproof so we installed a SmartSump pump system and DryTrak baseboard water control system.

Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas

The soil in this large crawl space had mounded up, pressing against support beams due to the effects of wind and water. The homeowners were concerned about the impact this might have on the structure of their home. 

We regraded the soil to create a level surface for the installation of a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system which prevents humid vapors from rising from the soil.

Crawl Space Remediation in Richardson

Moisture leaks, open soil, and poor drainage led to standing water and significant mold growth throughout this crawl space. The mold and humidity can be harmful to the air quality within the home, so we wanted to ensure the crawl space was left completely overhauled.

We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system as well as a dehumidifier to dry up the air. We also applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical to the areas affected with mold.

Mold Remediation in Dallas

These homeowners were concerned about the condition of their crawl space when they noticed their floors buckling. Our team inspected the crawl space and found expansive mold and mildew growth that was warping the support beams and sub-flooring.

We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and an antimicrobial paint to seal the affected areas and prevent future mold growth. 

Basement Waterproofing in Richardson

Water leaks in this basement prevented the homeowners from utilizing the space, so we were called to seal the leaks and remove the water. We decided to install a two-stage waterproofing system including a DryTrac waterproofing baseboard and relief drain complete with a SmartSump pumping system to seal the leaking seam and pump out the water.

Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas

While renovating their home, these homeowners knew their remodel would only be complete with a clean and efficient crawl space. Our team installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system as well as a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier and a pump system to remove excess moisture. This left their crawl space and home dry and clean.

Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas

Our team was called in to inspect this crawl space after the homeowners became frustrated with severely buckled wood floors. We discovered significant mold growth caused by the moist air in the crawl space.

After cleaning the mold with Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical, we installed a pump system, dehumidifier, and the CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system to dry the crawl space and seal out humidity later on.

Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas

While updating the plumbing, these homeowners discovered their crawl space had standing water and extensive mold growth. They were concerned about the effect the mold would have on the air quality in the home.

First we removed the mold with Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical to remove stains and odor while preventing future growth. We also installed a CleanSpace drainage matting and a SmartSump pump system to help move standing water out of the space. Finally, we installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to ensure the space stays dry and mold free.

Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas

These homeowners wanted to address the humidity in their home and suspected it originated in the crawl space. After our team inspected the crawl space, we decided to install a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system to seal out the moisture from the open ground as well as a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to dry the space even further.

Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas

Standing water and high humidity led to a large mold problem in this crawl space, so the homeowners called our team in to resolve these issues and create healthy and safe air in their home.

We installed a CleanSpace encapsulation system and a SaniDry dehumidifier to seal the space and filter out the humid air. We also applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical to remove the mold and odors while preventing future mold growth.

Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas

After a season of flooding, these homeowners contacted us to inspect possible damage and solve whatever issues may have occurred. After finding mud and high humidity, we decided to install a SmartSump pump system to pump water out of the space whenever rain might bring it in. We also installed a CleanSpace encapsulation system to block moisture from rising from the open ground. Finally we installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to lower the humidity and prevent mold growth.

Crawl Space Remediation in Irving

Water leaks in this crawl space created several areas of standing water and very high humidity. Concerned with the mold risk and impact on the home, the homeowners contacted our team.

We installed EZ Flow pipes connecting to two SmartSump pump systems. We also installed the CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system to help with moisture drainage and to seal out humidity from the soil. Finally, we installed three SaniDry Sedona dehumidifiers.

Radon Mitigation

An apartment complex requested that radon testing be done in their complex, to ensure that their tenants were protected. A radon (detector) testing kit was delivered to the apartment complex in Dallas, to detect if there was the presence of, and the amount of radon gas. After testing, it was determined that the property needed to be treated for radon gas.

To properly treat for radon gas, a Pressure Field Extension Test needs to be done. This simply means that Olympic Restoration Systems can measure the amount of pressure under your basement floor. This step is needed to ensure that we are able to gather as much radon from under your home, as possible.

Next a SubSlab Depressurization was completed. This step is needed to apply vacuum to piping underneath a slab, in order to remove and/or prevent the release of contaminated vapors. The contaminate vapors were treated, then discharged.

After the above steps were completed, Olympic Restoration Systems then installed a radon mitigation system with a Premium Radon Fan for the apartment complex. Once the installation was completed, Olympic Restoration Systems provided a 3rd party test kit, for post testing.

Olympic Restoration Systems was pleased to assist this Dallas apartment complex, with ensuring their tenants health, by installing this radon mitigation system for them.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation

The customer had a Building Inspector come out to their property, for another issue. In the process of the appointment, the Building Inspector found issues in their crawl space.

There was moisture, high humidity, and mold in their crawl space. The was very interested in a finding out about a crawlspace encapsulation to regulate the humidity and hopefully prevent the mold returning to their home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump system. We installed SmartPipe in the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, cast iron pump, CleanPump Stand, airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box and an alarm with a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed the CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation. We wrapped the bottom of their piers. We sealed their vents from inside the crawl space. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space, which sends the temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a separate, dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

The customer called inquiring about how to reduce the high amount of moisture that they were experiencing in their crawl space, resulting in some warping in their home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump system. We removed all debris from the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, and an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We applied a Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical disinfectant to all of the exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space, which sends the temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside of the house. A separate, dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier was installed. We sealed the vents from inside the crawl space.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

The customer wanted to add fans to his crawl space. He also inquired if he needed to have more vents in the crawl space, due to the high humidity that he was experiencing. He wanted to have something that would last, if in the event he sold the property, that he could walk away, knowing that whatever he did to the crawl space, would still be good for the next owner.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump system. We removed the debris from the crawl space and hauled it to the dump. We spent +/- 2 days for the necessary dirt removal in both of the customers crawl spaces. We dug channels for the passage of the water in many high and low spots, then we leveled those spots out. The Olympic Restoration Systems service technicians moved as much dirt as was necessary in two days to clear room for the system.

We installed a SmartPipe in the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, with an airtight lid and an airtight floor drain with a WaterWatch alarm system. We also installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner.

We installed two SaniDry Sedona dehumidifiers to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces, which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside of the house.

The customer also wanted a unit installed on his second floor and outside of the attic. We installed two small pumps to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump and out of the crawl space.

A separate dedicated circuit/outlet was installed for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer has hardwood floors that swell during the summer. They had 2 crawl space vent fans that appeared to not be working. They wanted a permanent solution to prevent the swelling of their floors and to regulate the humidity and moisture in their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We regraded the soil, in the crawl space, to direct water seepage to the sump system. We removed all the debris from the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture any incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matt under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move any water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet was installed for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces, which will send the temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We also installed SilverGlo insulation.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Sachse, TX

This family had moved into their newly built home. They were having water issues in their crawlspace. Their crawlspace was very wet, all over, and they had water pooling in many areas. The entire crawlspace was all wet, and very muddy. They needed a remedy for this issue. They were also wanting to know what they could do outside of the crawlspace to stop any water from seeping into their crawlspace.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump system. We removed all debris from their crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, with an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain with a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a SmartSump System and an UltraSump Combination. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture the incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical disinfectant to all of the exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space, which will send the temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside of the house. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We sealed the vents from inside the crawl space.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

The client called us requesting a crawl space inspection and debris removal. They had vents in their crawl space, but they had not been opened due to an issue with critters in the area. They also had detected termites and mold had grown in different areas.

They also had moisture and high humidity in their crawl space. They were very interested in a finding out about a crawlspace encapsulation to regulate the humidity and moisture to prevent any further damage to their home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump system. We removed all debris from their crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, with an airtight lid and an airtight floor drain with a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical disinfectant to all the exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which sends the temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside of the house. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. We sealed vents from inside the crawl space.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

The home-owner had done some work on this property a couple of years ago. They had a crawlspace that was currently undergoing mold remediation from their contractor that was doing some other work/construction for them. They wanted to put in a vapor barrier and some dehumidifiers in their crawl space to prevent any further problems from happening again.

They had some moisture, high humidity, and mold in their crawl space. They was very interested in a finding out about a crawlspace encapsulation to regulate the humidity and hopefully prevent the mold from returning to their home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump system. We installed a SmartPipe in the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We removed the debris and the insulation from the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical disinfectant to all the exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space, which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We sealed the vents from inside the crawl space.

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Sump Pump and Dehumidifier Installation in Dallas, TX

This customer wanted a sump pump and a dehumidifier installed in his crawl space after all the debris was removed. He was having issues with water accumulating in his crawl space, leaving it very wet and muddy and not accessible. There was a heavy amount of moisture and high humidity in their crawl space. The was very interested in a finding out about an installation of a sump pump to regulate the moisture to prevent pooling of water in their crawl space..

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump installation for their crawl space.

We regraded the soil to direct water seepage to the sump system. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet was installed for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This builder called asking for a site visit to this property regarding repairs and a crawl space encapsulation for their customer. The customer was experiencing an excessive amount of moisture and humidity in their crawlspace. They all were very interested in a finding out about a crawlspace encapsulation to regulate the humidity and moisture to prevent damage to their home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the builder/customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump system. We installed a SmartPipe in the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box that has an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces which will send the temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space.

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The customer called wanting to get a quote for insulation in their attic. They were having a hard time keeping their home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. They were also experiencing high utility bills in the summer and winter.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their attic space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with an insulation installation for their attic space.

We air sealed and insulated the attic assembly. We sealed all of the accessible penetration areas, and top plates with expanding polyurethane foam. We blew in TruSoft cellulose insulation, to their attic floor. We adding 10.5 inches of cellulose insulation for this customers home.

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Radon Mitigation in Dallas, TX

This family had a radon test completed, and found that they needed to have a radon mitigation system installed in their home. They did some research and found Olympic Restoration Systems, on the internet. They had another company in the area come out and provide him with a quote, and it wasn’t quite what they were expecting. They said that they wanted Olympic Restoration Systems to come out to their home and perform an assessment of the home and provide them with a quote also.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home for radon mitigation. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a radon mitigation system for their home with Olympic Restoration Systems.

We installed a radon mitigation system with a Premium Radon Fan. We performed a SubSlab and/or a SumpPit Depressurization with a full Pressure Field Extension Test. The actual radon mitigation system design was done at the time of the installation after the Field Pressure Extension Test was performed. The Company’s Installation Team Leader discussed the system design options with the homeowner, and the homeowner made the final decision, prior to the system installation. We provided a 3rd Party Test kit for post testing. The exhaust pipe was routed out of the back portion of the roof.

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Radon Mitigation System

This homeowner already had a radon test completed when they contacted us for assistance. He was looking for an assessment and a quote for a radon mitigation system for his home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home for a radon mitigation system. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a radon mitigation system for their home with Olympic Restoration Systems.

Olympic Restoration Systems installed a radon mitigation system with a Premium Radon Fan. We performed a SubSlab or a SumpPit Depressurization with a full Pressure Field Extension Test. The actual radon mitigation system design was done at the time of the installation after the Field Pressure Extension Testing had been performed. The installation team leader discussed the system design options and made the final decision with the homeowner, prior to the system installation. We provided the homeowner with a 3rd Party Test kit for post testing. We installed a Fan Moisture Guard and rodent cap for their Radon System along with a 10 Year Warranty.

Crawl Space Access Door Installation in Dallas, TX

This customer called because they did not have any access to their crawl space. It was covered up, with the island in the kitchen, during a remodel. They needed to have access to their crawlspace. They had a horrible smell that was coming from the AC vent in the kitchen, but could not get under the house to check it out. They thought that an animal might have gotten under the house and died.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home for a crawl space access door. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with an installation crawl space access door for their home with Olympic Restoration Systems.

This home had no current access to their crawlspace. The house had been added on to, and indicated that there was two individual crawlspaces. We placed a new access hatch in their kitchen pantry. We made sure that the access door was flush mounted. Upon the hatch installation, there was a crawlspace inspection conducted for the homeowners.

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Radon Mitigation System in Dallas, TX

This customer was a property management company looking to have some radon mitigation done in 3 units at one of their properties in Dallas. They already had the radon testing completed. They received the readings from the radon test report, and sent that information over to us, prior to their appointment.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home for a radon mitigation system. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a radon mitigation system for their home with Olympic Restoration Systems.

Olympic Restoration Systems installed a radon mitigation system with a Premium Radon Fan. We performed a SubSlab Depressurization with a full Pressure Field Extension Test. The first choice for the radon extraction point was to be in an exterior closet. However, if there was a sub-slab grade beam that would block the flow of air between the exterior closet and the rest of the unit, the second location choice was be an interior bedroom closet along the exterior wall. We provided the customer a 3rd Party Test kit for post testing. We installed a Fan Moisture Guard and a rodent cap for the Radon system, and an increased fan warranty for 10 years. Route Radon System vent piping was installed through the soffit and installed some roof flashing.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer had just purchased a home that the previous owner had added a new addition to, with a crawl space. When the addition was added, the previous owners had that part of the crawl space, under the new addition, sealed. In the purchasing process, during one of the inspections, an inspector found some mold in the crawl space. In order to have the purchase of the home finalized, the mold had to be removed. They had the mold remediated, and the crawl space had been painted with an anti-microbial paint. The inspector suggested some options to the customer, to try and prevent them from having any further mold issues in their crawl space. The customer called wanting to know, and determine, what the next steps should be for them, to ensure that they do not have a mold issue in the future.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system in their crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space, which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside of the house. A dedicated circuit/outlet was installed for the dehumidifier.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Richardson, TX

This family was looking for a quote in regard to installing a crawl space encapsulation under their house to reduce the amount of moisture and humidity in the crawl space. They were in the process of selling their home and were in their option period, so this needed to be done quickly. They needed this information/quote before their option period was up.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump system that we were installing. We removed all the debris from the crawl space. We installed a SmartPipe in the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, with an airtight lid and an airtight floor drain with a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

When this customer contacted Olympic Restoration Systems, they were very concerned about the high humidity and moisture that they were experiencing inside of their home, on the main level. They were needing, and asking for, information as to what was causing the main level to be so humid. They wanted to know what their options were in regard to how they could eliminate the excessive humidity and moisture in their home. After they did some research, they decided that they wanted to have an inspection completed of their crawl space for a possible solution by installing an encapsulation system.

Olympic Restoration Systems was asked for an assessment of their crawl space. We scheduled an appointment with the homeowners right away. A Specialist from Olympic Restoration Systems visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer, for a crawl space encapsulation and removal of all the debris from their crawl space. They proceeded with Olympic Restoration Systems to install a crawl space encapsulation and removal of the debris, in the crawl space of their home. 

We started by removing all the debris from their crawl space. We then regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump system that we were installing for them. We installed two SmartSump pump systems with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system in their crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed two SaniDry Sedonas (dehumidifiers) to keep humidity low. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifiers to the sump pumps or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside their home. A separate, dedicated circuit/outlet was installed for the sump pumps and for the dehumidifiers.

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Attic Insulation in Dallas, TX

The customer called wanting to reduce their utility bills for the winter, and to make their rooms warmer than they were. They stated that their home was approximately 1200 to 1400 sq ft in size.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their attic space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with insulation in their attic for their home, with Olympic Restoration Systems.

We began by removing and disposing of the old, existing insulation in the attic. We then began sealing all the accessible penetrations in the attic, including the top plates, with expanding polyurethane foam. We also sealed the attic floor with ZypFoam to make sure that there were no air leaks in the attic.  The customers also wanted a recessed light fixture cover installed. We installed a TiteShell Can Light Cover, and sealed that area with ZypFoam polyurethane foam around the edges and to cover any holes that were made for the electrical wires. The attic was now prepared for the installation of the fresh, clean insulation. Now that these tasks were completed, we then began to blow in TruSoft™ cellulose insulation, covering 1370 sq ft of the attic floor. This may help in reducing dust and/or allergens in the home.

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Mold Remediation and Crawl Space Encapsulation

This customer was having some foundation issues with their home. They had a structural engineer at the home for an inspection. During the engineer’s inspection of their foundation, it was noticed, what appeared to be mold, in their crawl space. The homeowners wanted the mold to be removed from their home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the mold remediation and a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We used a HEPA Vacuum on all the wood within the crawl space. We cleaned all the wood within the crawl space by hand. It was cleaned using microfiber cloths, wire brushes (or sandpaper) and a Concrobium Broadband Disinfectant (botanically derived). We sprayed all the wood within the crawl space with a Fiberlock Advanced Peroxide Cleaner. We finished the remediation by spraying a Concrobium Broadband Disinfectant to neutralize the peroxide cleaner. Once the mold remediation was completed, we installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system in their crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces which will send the temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside of the home. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump and/or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet was installed for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation/Mold Remediation in Dallas, TX

This home was on the market for sale. The potential buyer of the home called Olympic Restoration Systems for a second opinion regarding some crawl space issues and possible mold issues in the crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump pump system that we were installing for them. We installed a  SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We also installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We sealed the vents from inside the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces, which sends the temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture any incoming water and direct it to the sump pump.

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Mold Remediation and Crawl Space Encapsulation

This customer was selling her home, and during the inspection process, mold was found and needed to be removed prior to the finalization of the sale. The seller was out of the country, so we were contacted by her mother. Her mother chose us, due to our reviews. This was a time sensitive issue. We were contacted the last day of the month in January, and the new owners needed to move in by the end of February. They already had a quote for mold removal from another company, but they were looking for a 2nd, competitive quote for the mold remediation.

She contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home, for the 2nd quote that they were in search of for the remediation. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the mold remediation and a crawl space encapsulation with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

We removed all the insulation throughout the crawl space. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all exposed wood within the crawl space and in the back, square portion as well as the area around the entry of the crawl space. In the front two sections of the crawl space, we used a HEPA Vacuum on all the wood within the crawl space. We cleaned all the wood within the crawl space by hand cleaning it while using microfiber cloths, wire brushes and/or sandpaper and a Concrobium Broadband Disinfectant that is botanically derived. We sprayed all the wood within the crawl space with a Fiberlock Advanced Peroxide Cleaner. We finished by spraying a Concrobium Broadband Disinfectant to neutralize the peroxide cleaner. We then removed an existing 6 Mil liner from the crawl space. We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the newly installed sump system. We installed two SmartSump pump systems with a new liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pumps was installed.

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Mold Remediation in Dallas, TX

This customer called informing us that they had contacted a Licensed Mold Inspector, that had located mold in their master closet, in their master bedroom. The customer had already received the mold inspection report from the Mold Inspector indicating that remediation was required.

They contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home, and for a quote that they were in search of for the remediation. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the mold remediation with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

Personal protective equipment was worn by our Licensed Mold Remediation Technicians. Our Technicians had a fresh set for the morning, and a fresh set for the afternoon, for each day and each Technician. We started in the crawl space, below the master closet. We used a HEPA Vacuum on all the wood within the crawl space, under the master bedroom closet. We cleaned all the wood within the crawl space by hand cleaning it by using microfiber cloths, wire brushes and/or sandpaper and a Concrobium Broadband Disinfectant that is botanically derived. We sprayed all the wood within the crawl space with a Fiberlock Advanced Peroxide Cleaner. We finished by spraying a  Concrobium Broadband Disinfectant to neutralize the peroxide cleaner. Upstairs, inside the home, in the master closet, we installed and erected zippered poly doorways, walls and/or flaps and critical barriers as required to strategically separate the identified containment remediation area into a separate working containment area. We removed the shelving, baseboards, and drywall throughout the entire master closet. We used a HEPA vacuum on the exposed wall cavity, as well as the entire contained area. We wiped down all the exposed wall cavity surfaces with an EPA-approved anti-microbial disinfectant solution. The anti-microbial disinfectant solution that was used was designed to neutralize and inhibit the growth of microbial bacteria. The Anti-microbial disinfectant solution was not used in any manner inconsistent with the manufacturer’s recommendations for the application. The wipe down process was done using a top down motion, using a clean side of a microfiber rag each time. An 8-fold system was used for a more efficient process during the wipe down process. An air seal was installed on the floor to prevent humidity from coming up into the master closet. We hauled off, and properly dispose of, all debris. We installed air scrubbers inside of the master closet containment, they were there for five days. We turned on the air scrubber on at the beginning of the remediation process, and it was left running until the clearance results were received. Once the remediation work was complete the air scrubber needed to run approximately 48 hours before the post remediation clearance inspection was performed.

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Duct Cleaning in Richardson, TX

This customer noticed on their vents upstairs and in their bedroom, what she believed to be mold. They have 4 HVAC units for their home. The customer thought that she knew which of the 2 units were causing the apparent mold. She had their air conditioning company come out and change the filters and to check the systems. They also had attic blankets installed earlier this year. Due to the humid summer that we had in 2019, she believes that they may also be part of the problem.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the duct cleaning with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

We cleaned all ducts and the AC registers in their home with a registered anti-microbial solution and our Duct Cleaning kits. There were 4 AC units which were cleaned. Tall ladders were necessary for the vaulted ceiling areas in the home.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Irving, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems with concerns regarding their crawl space. When they called, they had no insulation in the crawl space and were experiencing excessive moisture in the crawl space as well. They had lived in their home for 3 years. They have known since they moved in, that there was a moisture issue in the crawl space, but they were just getting to where they want it to be looked at and taken care of for them, because now, they had standing water under the house. This customer was referred to us.

When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space, we scheduled an appointment with the homeowners right away. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer, for a vapor barrier and removal of all the debris from their crawl space. They proceeded with Olympic Restoration Systems to install a vapor barrier and removal of the debris, in the crawl space of their home.

We removed all debris and pumped the standing water from their crawl space. We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the newly installed sump system. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We also installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture the incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system in their crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Irving, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems wanting to get an assessment and quote to fix their damp and humid crawlspace. They were inquiring about possible crawlspace waterproofing. The customer stated that after they bought the house recently, they found out that there was a swimming pool buried underneath their deck in the back yard. They had a foundation expert come out and do an inspection. They were informed by the foundation expert that their foundation seemed to be ok, but they were concerned about them having some erosion around the foundation and they needed to do something to correct that situation soon. They live in a gated community. In order for us to gain access to the property for an assessment and to provide them with a quote, we would have to follow the community requirements to be allowed into the community.

When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space, we scheduled an appointment with one of our Specialists for the homeowners right away. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer, for a crawl space encapsulation and removal of all the debris from their crawl space. They proceeded with Olympic Restoration Systems to install a vapor barrier and removal of the debris, in the crawl space of their home.

We regraded the soil. We removed all debris from the crawl space. We installed four SmartSump pump systems with liners, four cast iron pumps, four CleanPump Stands, four airtight lids with four airtight floor drains and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed two UltraSump battery back-up pumping systems with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We  installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture the incoming water and direct it to the newly installed sump pumps. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We sealed the vents from inside the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a cement board to block off the garage crawl space from the rest of the crawl space. We installed two SaniDry Sedona dehumidifiers to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces which send will send the temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. We connected all the discharges for the sump pumps to the exterior surface drains.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer is a return customer that is a contractor for these homeowners of this property. The customers that he was working with, wanted to have a crawl space encapsulation installed for their home. He called Olympic Restoration Systems to come and provide this customer of his with a crawl space encapsulation quote. Olympic Restoration Systems had done some work on a previous home that he had been working on, and he wanted us to return and provide the same great service for this customer, as we had his customers in the past.

When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space, we scheduled an appointment for one of our Specialists with the homeowners right away. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer, for a crawl space encapsulation. They proceeded with Olympic Restoration Systems to install a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We installed four SmartDrains in the crawl space to identify future plumbing leaks. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. Proper dedicated electrical outlets for all the pumps, and other electrical devices were to be installed.

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Sump Pump Replacement in Irving, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems regarding the crawl space encapsulation that they had done by another company that is no longer providing this service but is honoring the extended warranty that the customer had purchased when they had this service provided. The customer could not hear the sump pump working so went to check to see if it was on and working. This is when she found that there was water under the liner. The customer found that the water was pooling under the liner in the crawl space. She said that there was so much water under the liner that it felt like a waterbed.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted by the company that was honoring their warranty with the customer. The customer called Olympic Restoration Systems shortly after, explaining what was happening in her crawl space. Olympic Restoration Systems sent a Specialist for an assessment of their crawl space. After the visit to the property and we proposed our quote to the company honoring the warranty on this customers crawl space encapsulation. They proceeded with a new sump pump installation for their customers crawl space.

We installed two new SmartSump pump systems with liners, two cast iron pumps, two CleanPump stands, two airtight lids with two airtight floor drains and a WaterWatch alarm system in the appropriate locations. Separate dedicated circuits/outlets for the sump pumps and for the dehumidifier were installed. We cleaned and re-taped the liner throughout the crawl space. This work was taken care of by the company that initially provided the original warranty that the homeowner was provided upon initial installation. Olympic Restoration Systems will warranty the SmartSumps that we installed at this service.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation/Mold Remediation in Dallas, TX

This home was on the market for sale. The potential buyer of the home called Olympic Restoration Systems for a second opinion regarding some crawl space issues and possible mold issues in the crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump pump system that we were installing for them. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We also installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We sealed the vents from inside the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces, which sends the temperature and humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture any incoming water and direct it to the sump pump.

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Sump Pump Installation in Dallas, TX

This customer called saying that they had a sump pump in their crawl space and thought that the sump pump wasn't getting power, possibly for months. She wanted to have an assessment for moisture control/mitigation in their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited their property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump installation for their home.

We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with charging/control box with an alarm and a 120-amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We removed all standing water in the crawlspace. We carefully removed the flooded dehumidifier. We cleaned up the water that leaks as it is carried outside. We had to determine whether the full crawl space was accessible by regrading the dirt piles on either side of the hole. This was not a full regrade and was only concentrated to the immediate area around the sump pit. We informed the customer that this was not be a permanent solution to the issues in their crawl space. We laid down plastic from the floor hatch to the door and the area was left cleaner than we found it.

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Mold Remediation in Dallas, TX

This customer called informing us that they had contacted a Licensed Mold Inspector, that had located mold in two of their closets. One of which shares a wall with their pantry. The customer had already received the mold inspection report from the Licensed Mold Inspector indicating that remediation was required.

They contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home, and for a quote that they were in search of for the remediation. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the mold remediation with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

Personal protection equipment was worn by our Licensed Mold Remediators. Two sets per day per technician, one for the morning, one for the afternoon. We used 6 Negative Air Machines total. One inside and one outside for each containment. These Negative Air Machines needed to run for no less than 7 days. We installed a HEPA Filtered Air Filtration Device (AFD) inside the contained area. We turned the AFD on at the start of the remediation process. It was left running until the final clearance was received. PLEASE NOTE that the AFD needed to run for 24-48 hours after the remediation work was completed, before the post remediation testing could be performed. We installed plastic sheeting to separate the work areas from the rest of the house. We established 2 containments, one for the closets and one for the pantry. We removed all the affected drywall in the affected areas, from the floor to the ceiling. We removed the drywall on the ceiling in the kitchen pantry. We removed and disposed of the baseboards in the affected areas. We removed and disposed of all exposed insulation from the wall/ceiling cavities. We applied fungicidal coating to the exposed wood. We used a HEPA vacuum to the exposed wall and ceiling cavities. We then used a HEPA vacuum to the entire containment area. We removed the exposed carpet and pads in both closets. We hauled off and properly disposed of all debris.

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Sump Pump Relocation in Irving, TX

This customer had an encapsulation installed in their crawl space by another company back in 2016. That company no longer provides this service to their customers, so they were referred to Olympic Restoration Systems for service. They have a dehumidifier in their crawl space. Their main concern was that the pipe that does the output of the water, is directly discharging onto the house. They wanted this PVC pipe redirected to either the alley, or over to a garden area. They wanted it to get it away from the house.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump relocation for their crawl space.

We moved the SmartSump pump system with the liner, the cast iron pump, the CleanPump Stand, with an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We relocated the pump to the lowest corner of the crawl space, approximately 10ft. We did additional discharge work. We recongfigured the discharge lines on both sides of the home. We moved the right side of home so that it would run to the front right corner of their yard. We moved the left side of the home so that it would run to the left side of the home and direct water downhill away from the home. We serviced the existing dehumidifier, we changed the filter. We added the Water alarms to the pumps. Wired panels were installed near the crawl space hatch for easier access. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer called with concerns about the moisture and humidity in their crawl space. They suspected that they may have mold in the crawl space as well, due to the amount of moisture that they had noticed. They were experiencing high humidity in their home and thought that it may be coming from the crawl space. They were looking for a quote for an encapsulation in their crawl space to alleviate this issue in their home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We established a containment from the front door to the crawlspace hatch, isolating the work area from the rest of the home. The containment area had two zipper entries making the hallway accessible for the homeowners. We removed all debris from the crawl space. We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the soon to be newly installed sump system. We installed SmartPipe in the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under CleanSpace liner. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all the exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space, which send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed.

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Sump Pump Installation in Dallas, TX

This customer had an encapsulation installed in their crawl space by a company that no longer provides that service. They contacted Olympic Restoration Systems when they noticed that they had "a ton of water on top of the liner." They noticed that there was a tear in the liner, but they didn't think because of the size of the tear, all of that water accumulated, due to the tear. They believed that it was something else that was causing all of that water to be in their crawl space. They asked specifically to have the sump pump checked to see if it is working right. She asked to also have the tear fixed in the liner.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump service and an installation of another sump pump, and a liner repair.

We regrade the soil to direct water seepage to the sump systems. We installed a second sump pump, a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture the incoming water and direct it to the sump pumps. The liner was repaired also.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation Repair / Sump Pump Installation

This customer had a crawl space encapsulation installed by another company many years ago. That company no longer installs or services crawl space encapsulations. This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems for a service call. Her words were, there is a ton of water on top of their liner. She said that she also saw that there was a tear in the liner. She did not think that because of the size of the tear in the liner, that all of that water could have accumulated. This customer specifically asked to have the sump pump checked to see if it is working right. She also wanted to fix the tear in the liner and find out what is causing the water on top of the liner.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump relocation and liner repair for their crawl space.

We regraded the soil to direct water seepage to sump system. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture the incoming water and direct it to the sump pump.

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Sump Pump/Dehumidifier Installation

This customer had a crawl space encapsulation installed by another company in 2016. That company no longer installs or services crawl space encapsulations. This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems for a service call, and to have the existing discharge line redirected. When they called, the discharge pipe for the water being removed from the crawl space had been directly discharging onto their house. The customer wanted the PVC pipe redirected to either the alley or over to a garden area. He wanted 5’ to 10’ added to the discharge line in the process. They also had a dehumidifier in the crawl space that they needed to have serviced while we were there.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump relocation, as well as an additional sump pump, and an additional dehumidifier in their crawl space. They also proceeded with the redirection of their discharge pipe and servicing of the existing dehumidifier.

We moved the existing SmartSump pump system with the liner, the cast iron pump, the CleanPump Stand, with an airtight lid and an airtight floor drain that had a WaterWatch alarm system. We relocated the existing sump pump, approximately 10 feet, to the lowest corner of the crawl space. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep humidity low. We installed an additional small pump to move the water from the dehumidifiers to the sump pumps or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. We also did additional discharge work. We reconfigured the discharge lines on both sides of their home. On the right side of the home we ran the lines to the front right corner of the yard. On the left side of the home we ran the lines to the left side of the home so that it directed the water downhill, away from the home. We serviced the existing dehumidifier. We changed the filter. We added additional Water alarms to pumps and installed wired panels near the crawl space hatch for easier access. We also wiped down, over 500 sq ft, and cleaned any water stains that were present on their Clean Space Liner.

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Sump Pump / Dehumidifier Installation in Dallas, TX

This customer called informing Olympic Restoration Systems that they had quite a bit of humidity in their crawl space. They did some research and were interested in getting some dehumidifiers for their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump and dehumidifier installation for their crawl space.

We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems inquiring about waterproofing the space underneath their home. The space beneath the home wasn’t tall enough to be considered a basement, there was only 4’ of clearance. The customer was not sure with it having that much space if it would be considered a crawl space either. They were not sure what to call it. At the time they called Olympic Restoration Systems, they were replacing their kitchen floor. While they had the kitchen floor pulled up they wanted to get the underneath of their home taken care of so that they could protect the new floors that they were installing. They wanted to make sure that their investment in the new floors would be protected once installed.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment for the underneath part of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We regraded the soil. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We brought the drainage matting up the wall made of cement bags in the small part of the crawl space. We installed the SmartPipe along the wall adjacent to the exterior of the home in the small part of the crawl space area. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed two SmartDrains in the crawl space to identify future plumbing leaks. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system in the entire crawl space. We installed three SaniDry Sedona dehumidifiers to keep the humidity low. Due to some space restrictions in areas of the crawl space, Olympic Restorations Systems installed a smaller dehumidifier that was adequate for that specific area of the crawl space. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifiers to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Garland, TX

This customer was having some humidity issues in their crawl space. They were interested in finding out more about an encapsulation for their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment for the crawl space in their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the newly installed sump system. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We sealed the vents from inside the crawl space. We also sealed the entrance to their additional crawl space that is built on a slab. We used a scrap piece of silver glow to create the sealed access point for future use. We installed the CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of piers. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed.

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Sump Pump Installation in Irving, TX

This customer had a sump pump in their crawl space that is vibrating and making so much noise that they could hear it and feel it inside the home. They wanted to know what could be done about the sump pump. They saw other jobs that we have done and are wanting to get a quote on the sump pump.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their crawl space. Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited their property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump installation for their home.

We regraded the existing drainage trench so that the water would flow all the way to the sump pump and not pool along the way. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We removed the existing 1-inch discharge and replaced with a 1.5-inch discharge line. The new discharge will be supported from the floor joists with strapping; however, it does not physically touch the floor joists.

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Mold Remediation in Coppell, TX

This is a repeat customer for Olympic Restoration Systems. We did some other work for this customer back in 2015, and they liked the work that we did for them at that time, and contacted us again to do this job for them as well. They had a leak behind their refrigerator. 2 walls and the floor had mold. It was in the corner of 2 rooms.

They contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home, and for a quote that they were in search of for the remediation. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the mold remediation with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

There was a 3rd party that did the mold inspection and provided us with a mold protocol. They performed the pre and post mold inspections.

All our Technicians wore heavy duty personal protective equipment. They used 2 suits per day. 1 for the morning, 1 for the afternoon.

We installed/erected zippered poly doorways, walls and/or flaps and critical barriers as required to strategically separate the kitchen from the rest of the home. We installed a no monitor Negative air fan/Air scrubber inside of the containment for five days. We turned the air scrubber on at the start of the remediation process, and left it running until the clearance results were received. Once the remediation work was completed, the air scrubber needed to run approximately 48 hours before the post remediation clearance inspection could be performed.

We removed the solid surface countertop and saved it for the customer. We removed the cabinetry - lower base units that were against the affected wall area. Olympic Restoration Systems saved the cabinet faces for the customer.

We tore out all the wet drywall, cleaning up as we went, and bagged it for disposal. We removed the lower four feet of the drywall behind the cabinets. We removed the wood flooring under the entire cabinet base units, along with the refrigerator and desk slots, four feet out from the wall. We used a HEPA vacuum to the exposed wall cavity, then HEPA vacuumed the entire contained area. We cleaned more than the walls and ceiling. We used an Anti-microbial disinfectant solution designed to neutralize and inhibit growth of microbial bacteria. We used the Anti-microbial disinfectant solution in the manner consistent with the manufacturer’s recommendations for application. We wiped everything down, using a top down motion, using a clean side of the rag each time.

We tore out the tackless strip from the carpet and bagged it for proper disposal, along with removing the carpet and carpet pad. We removed the low four feet of drywall on the wall adjacent to the kitchen. We removed the closet shelves. We used a HEPA Vacuum for detail cleaning to the exposed wall cavity, then continued to HEPA vacuum the entire contained area. We hauled all the debris away for the customer to be disposed of properly.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Irving, TX

This customer was having persistent moisture issues in their crawl space. The crawl space was constantly wet. They were concerned that it was because it was not fully insulated. They wanted a solution to this ongoing issue.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment for the crawl space in their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical disinfectant to all the exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and 120 amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture any incoming water and direct it to the newly installed sump pump. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl spaces which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer was referred to us. They had mold in their crawl space and had it treated. They asked that professional what they could do to prevent the mold from returning. He suggested that they have another professional come out and provide them with information about a crawl space encapsulation to prevent the mold from returning. This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems for that quote. They wanted to be educated about an encapsulation as well as dehumidifiers installed in their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment for the crawl space in their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed all debris and regraded the soil in their crawl space. We used a HEPA vacuum for the smaller crawl space slab. We installed a SmartSump pump system basin with a WaterWatch alarm. We wrapped the bottom of all the piers. We blocked off all the vents inside the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low in the large crawl space. We added a smaller Santa Fe dehumidifier to the crawl space addition area. We added a Time Machine Data Logger that captures power outages, pump cycles, DC pump cycles, battery voltage, ambient temperature, and relative humidity. We installed two small pumps to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system in their crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. We installed an EverLast Door to the smaller crawl space access point. To keep allergens, mold, bacteria, viruses, and VOCs out of home, we also installed a Bi-Polar® 2400. That is a no filter air purifier which uses proprietary Bi-Polar® ionization technology, or “cold-plasma”. It effectively destroys contaminants by as much as 99%.

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Duct Encapsulation in Garland, TX

This customer came to Olympic Restoration Systems as a referral. The customer was getting quotes for some attic insulation.

When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their attic space, we visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with duct system encapsulation in the attic for their home, with Olympic Restoration Systems.

We encapsulated the duct system in the attic with polyurethane spray foam. We sealed and insulated the ducts over the old existing insulation with a 1" closed cell foam. When the installation was completed, the customer had a Tight 'N' True Foam Duct Encapsulation.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation / Bi-Polar Air Cleaner Installation in Dallas, TX

This customer was referred to us after having mold removed from their crawl space. They were interested in a solution to prevent mold from growing again. After calling Olympic Restoration Systems, we scheduled an estimate appointment and sent them information to read about crawl space issues.

One of our specialtist visited the property, crawled through the crawl space, and offered the home owner an educated proposal. The home owner decided to proceed with a crawl space encapsulation and a Bi-Polar® 2400 installation for their home.

We removed debris and regraded the soil. We used a HEPA vacuum for the smaller crawl space slab. We installed a SmartSump pump system basin with a WaterWatch alarm . We wrapped the bottom of all the piers. We blocked off all the vents inside crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low in the big crawl space. We added a smaller Santa Fe dehumidifier to the smaller area in the crawl space addition. We installed a Time Machine Data Logger, which captures any power outages, the pump cycles, the DC pump cycles, the battery voltage, the ambient temperature, and the relative humidity. We installed two small pumps to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. We installed an EverLast Door to the smaller crawl space entrance. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We also installed the Bi-Polar® 2400, which is a filter-less air purifier. It uses proprietary Bi-Polar® ionization technology, or “cold-plasma” It helps to keep allergens, mold, bacteria, viruses, and VOC’s (volatile organic compounds) out of the home and/or office, effectively destroying contaminants by as much as 99%.

 

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Crawl Space Encapsulation / Bi-Polar Air Cleaner Installation in Dallas, TX

This customer was having humidity issues in their home. They did some research and wanted to get a quote for a crawl space encapsulation to control their humidity issues in the crawl space, as well as their home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment for the crawl space. We had a specialist visit the property and propose a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation and a Bi-Polar® 2400 installation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We sanded, scraped, and then wiped down the exposed wood with an EPA registered antimicrobial. We regraded the soil. We removed all debris from the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We wrapped the bottom of piers. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a Time Machine Data Logger, which captures any power outages, the pump cycles, the DC pump cycles, the battery voltage, the ambient temperature, and the relative humidity. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. We installed the Bi-Polar® 2400. This is a filter less air purifier which uses proprietary Bi-Polar® ionization technology, or “cold-plasma” to keep allergens, mold, bacteria, viruses, and VOC’s (volatile organic compounds) out of home or office. It effectively destroys contaminants by as much as 99%.

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Air Duct Cleaning in Garland, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems looking to have their duct work cleaned. They had a lot of dust in the house and wanted to see if getting the ducts cleaned would help reduce the dust. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with an HVAC duct cleaning with Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed the air registers and cleaned them. Then we used a HEPA vacuum for the diffuser box and the surrounding areas. We cleaned the ducts using a negative air system combined with compressed air whips to break the debris free from the ducts. With this type of air duct cleaning, each duct is attached to a power negative air machine which draws 3500 cubic feet per minute through the duct and into the system. The system has three stages of filters with the last one being a HEPA filter which assures nothing is released into the home. We used a HEPA vacuum for the coils and the blower. We then cleaned the supply and return plenums. We cleaned the plenum by HEPA vacuuming and treating it with an EPA registered antimicrobial solution. We finished by re-attaching all ducts and assuring they were properly sealed.

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Attic Insulation / Air Duct Insulation in Richardson, TX

These customers just bought this house, so they did not know very much about their attic. They said that during the inspection process, an inspector informed them that there was a screen missing on the attic vent and let them also know that they needed to get some insulation in the attic for their new home. It was very dirty, old, and littered with rodent droppings.

When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their attic space, we visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with attic insulation in the attic for their home, with Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed the loose insulation in the attic and disposed of all the existing insulation. We prepared the attic for the fresh, clean insulation. We air sealed and insulated the attic assembly. We sealed all the accessible penetrations, top plates with expanding polyurethane foam. We blew in TruSoftTM cellulose insulation in the 1305 Sq. Ft of the attic floor. We air sealed the floor with ZypFoamTM into the 20880 Bd. Ft. We insulated the attic floor with TruSoftTM cellulose. We encapsulated the duct system in the attic with polyurethane spray foam. We sealed and insulated the ducts over the existing insulation with 1" closed cell foam, Tight 'N' True Foam Duct Encapsulation.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation/Radon Mitigation System in Dallas, TX

This home was for sale back in February 2020. The realtor for the property called Olympic Restoration Systems to come out to the property for an assessment of the crawl space to provide options to get rid of the “wet, earthy smell” in this nearly 5000 sq ft home for a potential buyer that was considering purchasing the home. The realtor wanted the overall indoor air quality to be improved for the home. While the home was still on the market, the realtor was provided a quote for an encapsulation of the crawl space. The potential buyers were provided the information during the buying process. This family purchased this home. Once they purchased the home, they felt that they had a more immediate issue they were concerned with in the home. They had a need for installation of electrical components to make the existing sump pump and dehumidifiers work properly. They had their immediate concerns addressed. After a few months in the home a new problem arose. They noticed that they now had fungus on their wood elements in the crawl space. They called Olympic Restoration Systems back with a need to understand the reason for the fungus growth and wanted a quote to prevent it from returning to their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for another assessment of this home. We visited the property for an updated assessment of the home and proposed a quote to the new homeowners. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation, debris removal from their crawl space, as well as a radon mitigation system for their new home.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We applied Mold-X2 cleaner and a botanical disinfectant to ALL the exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump stand with an airtight lid, an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120-amp sealed, maintenance free battery. We installed a CleanSpace drainage matting under a CleanSpace liner. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system in their crawl space. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space, which will send the temperature and the humidity readings from the crawl space to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump, or out of the crawl space.

We installed a Radon Mitigation System with a Premium Radon fan.  We performed a SubMembrane Depressurization with full Pressure Field Extension Test. The actual radon mitigation system design was done at the time of the installation, after the Field Pressure Extension Test had been performed, with the Olympic Restoration Systems Installation Team Leader and the homeowner. The system design options were discussed with the homeowner prior to the final decision as to where they wanted the radon mitigation system installation to be placed. We provided a 3rd party test kit for the post testing. We installed a fan moisture guard and a rodent cap for the Radon System. We installed a deluxe noise reducer above the radon fan.

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Radon Mitigation in Garland, TX

There was a Property Management company interested in purchasing this property. They had an environmental testing completed for the complex, with a unit that came back showing radon. They were looking for quotes to have a radon mitigation system installed. They also had another company coming out, the same day, for a quote.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their complex unit for a radon mitigation system. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a radon mitigation system for their complex unit with Olympic Restoration Systems.

Olympic Restoration Systems installed a radon mitigation system with a premium radon fan. Olympic Restoration Systems performed a SubSlab Depressurization with a full Pressure Field Extension Test. Olympic Restoration Systems provided a 3rd party test kit for post testing. We installed a fan moisture guard and a rodent cap for the radon system. We routed the radon system vent piping through a soffit and installed roof flashing. We installed an exterior aesthetic package for the radon system.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer called because they had so much humidity in their home that it was making them uncomfortable, just being in the house. They thought that it was coming from their crawl space and wanted Olympic Restoration Systems to visit their home and see if they could offer them a solution to the humidity in their home. They inquired about a vapor barrier for their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment for the crawl space in their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical disinfectant to all the exposed wood within the crawl space. We regraded the soil. We removed all debris from the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, with an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120-amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We finished the system with a Time Machine data logging device to the track pump cycles, the ambient temperature, the relative humidity, and more. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture any incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We blocked off the vents. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier was installed.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Cedar Hill, TX

This family just recently bought this home and were wanting to get everything fixed up to their liking. They had a plumbing leak that caused mold in the crawl space, and possibly inside the home. They wanted that to be checked. They noticed that they had humidity inside the home and inquired if a crawl space encapsulation would control that issue.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment for their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We regraded the soil. We removed all debris from the crawl space. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical disinfectant to all the exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120-amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We finished the system with a Time Machine data logging device that tracks the pump cycles, the ambient temperature, the relative humidity, and more. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier was installed.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer owns a rental property that was having some humidity issues in the crawl space that was causing concerns with the sub floor of the home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment for their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We regraded the soil. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all the exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We sealed the vents, from the inside of the crawl space.

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Mold Remediation and Duct Cleaning in Dallas, TX

This customer had a Mold Inspection company out for an inspection. Mold was detected and a mold protocol was being prepared for the customer when she called Olympic Restoration Systems for an appointment.

When they contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home, and for a quote that they were in search of for the remediation. We scheduled an appointment with them with our 1st available appointment. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the mold remediation with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

We set up a Containment Barrier/Airlock/Decontamination Chamber. We contained the shower area by installing plastic sheeting (floor to ceiling) 2-3 feet away from each of the shower walls, creating a closed off area in the corner with the shower.   

We installed a HEPA filtered air filtration device (AFD) inside the contained area. This created a negative pressure by ducting the exhaust (output) from the AFD inside into a second AFD that was placed outside the containment area. Both AFD’s were turned on at the start of the remediation process. After the detailed cleaning was completed, the duct was disconnected while the penetration area was sealed in the plastic sheeting. We had both AFD’s running in “air scrubber” mode without creating the negative air pressure. Both AFD’s were left running until the clearance results were received.

We removed the wet drywall, cleaned up the area and bagged it for the proper disposal. We removed the lower 2 feet of drywall and the tile baseboard from the exterior shower wall next to the vanity. We removed the lower 2 feet from a 1-foot section on the right side of the entry to the shower. We used a HEPA vacuum to the exposed wall cavity and the entire contained area. The wood framing was scrubbed with a brush or sandpaper to assure that all the visible mold growth was removed. The entire containment area was wiped down.  We cleaned the exposed wall cavity with an EPA registered antimicrobial solution.

The HVAC system needed to be turned off while the cleaning around the affected vents was taking place. The system could be turned back on after the mold impacted vents were cleaned, however the affected vents that remained within the containment, were closed off and the air registers stayed closed off until the clearance results were received. In this area of the home, a Containment Barrier/Airlock/Decontamination Chamber was set up. We contained the area around the 4 affected vents by installing plastic sheeting (floor to ceiling) creating an enclosed area.

We removed the air registers and cleaned the vents and the surrounding drywall. We scraped the drywall to assure that all the mold growth was removed. After assuring that all the visible mold growth had been removed, we used a HEPA vacuum to the entire contained area and wiped down the entire contained area with an EPA registered antimicrobial solution. We placed and AFD outside each of the contained areas while the cleaning was taking place. After the cleaning procedure was completed, we moved the AFD inside the containment areas and left in place until the clearance results were received.

We cleaned the HVAC ducts, boots, and air registers, 14 supply vents and 3 return vents. We removed the air registers and cleaned them. We cleaned the ducts using a negative air system combined with compressed air whips which break the mold and debris free from the duct. With this type of air duct cleaning, each duct is attached to a powerful negative air machine. This machine draws 3500 cubic feet per minute through the duct and into the system. The system has three stages of filters with the last one being a HEPA filter to assure that nothing is released into the home. With the negative air machine running small lines are pushed through the ducts. The lines have small rubber whips on the end and the 175-psi compressor, that sits outside of the house, forces air through the whips, which move around very quickly and breaks the dust, dirt, and spores free from the duct. We used a HEPA vacuum for the coils and the blower, then cleaned the supply and return plenums. We cleaned the plenum by using a HEPA vacuum and treating it with an EPA registered antimicrobial solution. We finished by re-attaching all the ducts and assuring that they were properly sealed.

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Mold Remediation in Irving, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems, due to a referral from a mold inspector. The mold inspection company detected mold in their home, and they needed to have it remediated.

When they contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home, and for a quote that they were in search of for the remediation. We scheduled an appointment with them with our 1st available appointment. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the mold remediation with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

There was a 3rd party that did the mold inspection and provided us with a mold protocol. They performed the pre and post mold inspections.

Our Technicians wore 2 sets, per person, per day, of personal protective equipment (PPE). One set was for the morning, one set was for the afternoon. We installed a containment barrier/airlock/decontamination chamber to strategically separate the kitchen and the den from the rest of the home. We installed one air scrubber inside of the containment and one outside the containment for 4 days. Once the remediation work was completed, the air scrubbers needed to run approximately 48 hours before the post remediation clearance inspection could be performed. The scrubbers were turned on at the start of the remediation process and were left running until the clearance results were received.

We removed the kitchen sink and faucet, a double sink, the garbage disposal, the granite counter-top, and a wood shelf. We removed and disposed of the entire lower base cabinet units. We saved what could be saved of the faces of the cabinets. We removed the baseboards along the back side of the kitchen cabinets. We removed all the wet drywall in the affected area. We removed the sub-floor under the kitchen cabinets. We used a HEPA vacuum on the exposed wall cavity and then the entire contained area. We wiped down all the exposed wall cavity surfaces, and where the water damaged drywall surfaces were, with an EPA approved anti-microbial disinfectant solution. We did the wipe down of all surfaces using a top down motion, using a clean side of the rag each time. We used an 8-fold system for a more efficient process during the wipe down process. We removed the wood flooring with a mold like substance within the den, next to the kitchen area, as well as the tile flooring in the kitchen area. We bagged all the hazardous materials that were removed, cleaned up, and hauled all the debris away.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer is a repeat customer for Olympic Restoration Systems. He is a contractor for the homeowner for this property. He called Olympic Restoration Systems on behalf of their customer because they needed a crawl space encapsulation to protect the investment that they were putting into their home after having the contractor do work in their home. One of the things that the contractor was doing for this homeowner was redoing all their floors. They had the sub-floor up, so access to the crawl space was very easy.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of this home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We installed four SmartDrains in the crawl space to help identify future plumbing leaks. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Irving, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems needing a solution to the abundant amount of moisture under their house. He said that his neighbors had built up their yard making a large slope that was going into his yard.  There was so much moisture that the ground was saturated and too wet for them to get under the house. Their wood floors were cupping because of the amount of moisture coming up from the crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We installed cement board to block off the garage. We regraded the soil.  We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, and airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UntraSump battery back up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120-amp sealed maintenance free battery. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We blocked off the vents. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small sump pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space. These sensors will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This contractor is a repeat customer for Olympic Restoration Systems. He contacts us when a customer of his needs our services.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment for this home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space, which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed.

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Breathe EZ Air Cleaner Installation in Coppell, TX

This customer did a radon home tester. He wanted a professional come out and evaluate his options to mitigate radon in his home.

They contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home, and for a quote. We scheduled an appointment for them with our 1st available appointment. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property, completed an assessment, then proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with an air cleaner installation with Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

We installed a Breathe EZ UVC Light in the furnace.

Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer had some plumbing issues causing them to contact a plumbing contractor. While fixing their plumbing issues, the contractor informed the customer that their crawl space was very wet. He suggested that they needed to do something to take care of that issue. The customer just installed new hardwood floors and did not want them to be ruined. The customer wanted to know more about installing an encapsulation in their crawl space. They also wanted to have the debris in the crawl space removed.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We regraded the soil. We added cement board so we were able to attach the liner in the areas with concrete grade beams. We picked up the wires off the ground and attached them to the floor joist. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an aiartight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We blocked the vents from inside the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A Separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and the dehumidifier was installed. We added crawl space lighting. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will sen the temperature and the humidity reading to a small panel inside the house.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems for a 2nd opinion regarding their crawl space. They were noticing that they had a very high humidity level in their home. They have hardwood floors that were cupping. They had noticed that they had some mold growth in the crawl space. They also noticed in one of the bedrooms that there was a stronger mold odor.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We regraded the soil. We installed one SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We blocked off vents from the inside of the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low in both crawl spaces. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity reading to a small panel inside the house. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and the dehumidifier was installed. We sanded, scraped and wiped down the sub-floor and joist with an EPA registered antimicrobial.  

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems to help them solve the high humidity issues that they were having in their home. They wanted to eliminate the humidity issues before it became a bigger issue with other things in their home.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed all debris. We regraded the soil. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120-amp sealed maintenance free battery. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture any incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We blocked off the vents from the inside of the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We added dehumidifier ducting. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate, dedicated circuit/outlet was installed for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Irving, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems with concerns about the damp crawl space that had musty, moldy smells coming from it, up into the house. Their crawl space always flooded after any heavy rains that they got. The crawl space did not drain the rainwater well and sat in pools of water in the crawl space for long periods of time. This resulted in the insulation in the crawl space to sag. They also noticed that their floors were not level and wanted to know if this was because of the wet crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

There were areas in the crawl space that needed to be sanded and scraped, so we scraped and sanded the affected areas as needed. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all the exposed wood within the crawl space. We regraded the soil. We installed a SmartDrain in the crawl space to identify any future plumbing leaks. We installed a CleanSpace encapsulation system in their crawl space. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We blocked off the vents, from the inside of the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space, which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate, dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier was installed.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This family just moved into this home, so it was new to them. They noticed an intermittent noise coming from the crawl space. They said that their air conditioning unit was outside, so that was not what was causing the noise that they were hearing. They wanted a professional to come out and look at their crawl space and see what was needed to get it healthy, as well as find out what the noise was that they kept hearing coming from the crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all exposed wood within the crawl space. We regraded the soil. We installed one SmartPump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain with a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an additional SmartSump basin in each crawl space to detect future plumbing leaks (three total). We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We wrapped the bottom of all the piers. We blocked off the vents from inside the crawl space. We installed four SaniDry Sedona dehumidifiers to keep the humidity low. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed. This included crawl space lighting and switches for each entry to the crawl space.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer had a hot water leak that they had fixed. Due to the hot water leak that they had, it resulted in them having mold in the crawl space. They had mold remediation completed in the crawl space. During this process, it was noticed that they had very high humidity in the crawl space. When it rained, they had water puddles accumulate in the crawl space, resulting in elevating the very high humidity that they already had in their crawl space. They called Olympic Restoration Systems wanting a resolution to the water puddles and high humidity to prevent any further mold appearing and spreading.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We regraded the soil. We removed all debris from the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120-amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed an EZ Flow Pipe to capture incoming water and direct it to the sump pump. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system in crawl space. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We blocked off the vents. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed two SaniDry Sedona dehumidifiers to keep the humidity low. We added dehumidifier ducting. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier were installed.

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Attic Insulation in Carrollton, TX

This customers home is 42 years old. They still had the original insulation in the attic, from when the house was built. They wanted to have the attic sealed. They also wanted to have the old insulation removed and replaced.

When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their attic space, we visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with duct encapsulation and attic sealing in the attic for their home, with Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed and disposed of the existing insulation. We removed all the loose insulation. We prepared the attic for the installation of the fresh, clean insulation. We installed 9 TiteShellTM Can Light (Recessed Light Fixtures) Covers over the top of the can lights and sealed them with ZypFoam polyurethane foam around the edges and any holes made for electrical wires. We sealed all accessible penetrations and top plates with expanding polyurethane foam. We blew in TruSoftTM cellulose, 16.5 inches deep for an R-Value of R-60.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer has a duplex as rental home. The tenants contacted him with the information that they were smelling musty odors coming from the crawl space. There was a concern that they may mold in the crawl space of the pier & beam house. The customer went to the property to look at the condition of the crawl space. He noticed that there was moisture in the crawl space, and he also smelled mold. He wanted to have a complete assessment of the area. He wanted a solution to correct this issue. The crawl space covered both sides of the duplex.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their rental property. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their rental property from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We regraded the soil. We removed all debris from the crawl space. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, with an airtight lid and an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box with an alarm and a 120-amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed a hardware cloth on the dirt and walls of the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We blocked off the vents from the inside of the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed two SaniDry Sedona dehumidifiers to keep the humidity low. We installed a Time Machine Data Logger that captures any power outages, the pump cycles, the DC pump cycles, the Battery voltage, the Ambient temperature, and the Relative humidity. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier was installed.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems with a concern about mold that they thought that they had around the shower area. About 6 months prior, they had another company out for that reason. That company informed the customer that it was not mold. If it was not mold, it was something that was making the sheetrock soft in the shower. They had another issue in their home, in the crawl space. So they had another company over to inspect their crawl space for that issue and fix it. While that company was doing their inspection, they detected what they thought was a lot of mold around where the shower area above was located. She said that they did not have a lot of ventilation in the area that they were having concerns. They thought that due to the lack of ventilation in the crawl space, the humidity down there was contributing to the mold growth in that area of the crawl space. They needed a reputable company to come out for an inspection/assessment of their crawl space and offer them some solutions to be rid of the mold in their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all exposed wood within the crawl space. We sanded and scraped areas as was needed. We regraded the soil. We installed a SmartDrain in the crawl space to identify future plumbing leaks. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We wrapped the bottom of the piers. We blocked off the vents from the inside of the crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier was installed.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Richardson, TX

This customer was going to install new floors in their home. When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted, the customer expressed their concerns for wanting to protect the upcoming investment in their home. They wanted to get a vapor barrier installed prior to the new floors being installed. The flooring company also encouraged the homeowners to install a vapor barrier so that they would not have issues with the new floors cupping after installation, due to the humidity levels in their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We removed all debris from the crawl space. We regraded the soil to direct water seepage to the newly installed sump system. We installed a SmartPipe in the crawlspace. We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system in their crawl space. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We Installed a small pump to move the water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity reading to a small panel inside the house. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier was installed.

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Attic Insulation in Duncanville, TX

This customer called because he noticed that the rooms in his home furthest from the AC unit were considerably warmer than the rooms closer to the AC unit. We sent a System Design Specialist to the property. Upon inspection, the specialist found many gaps and penetrations in the ceiling between the house and attic. He also found that the current attic insulation was scarce and ineffecient. The specialist proposed air sealing, duct encapsulation, and blown in cellulose attic insulation for the customer. The proposal satisfied the customer and he proceed with the attic insulation services with Olympic Restoration Systems. 

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Radon Mitigation in Duncanville, TX

This customer had their home tested for radon, and high levels of radon were found. They contacted Olympic Restoration Systems to mitigate their home from radon. We installed a radon mitigation system, and re-tested their home for radon. The post test showed that the radon mitigation system lowered the radon level to a non-harmful level. 

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Crawl Space Remediation in Richardson, TX

This customer called stating there was water in her crawl space and wanted an estimate completed for crawl space remediation. We sent one of our System Design Specialists, Ross, to assess the property. During the inspection, Ross found water, mud, and other signs of moisture issues in the crawl space. Ross presented the homeowner with a solution to remediating her crawl space. The customer accepted and proceeded with a crawl space remediaiton from Olympic Restoration Systems, which included placing a SmartSump, drainage matting, CleanSpace vapor barrier, and a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier in the crawl space.

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Crawl Space Remediation in Dallas, TX

This customer called because they suspected that they had mold in their bathroom, and wondered if it was coming from a moisture issue in the crawl space. We sent a System Design Specialist, Ross, to inspect the crawl space. In the crawl space, Ross found evidence of moisture issues, and proposed a solution to the customer to remediate the crawl space. The customer proceeded with crawl space remediation from Olympic Restoration Systems. The solution included placing a SmartSump, drainage matting, CleanSpace, and a SaniDry Sedona dehumifier.

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Attic Insulation in Richardson, TX

This customer called and stated that she was concerned that their current attic insulation was old and inadequate. She wanted an estimate to have her current attic insulation removed and replaced with TruSoft Blown In Cellulose insulation. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Darrin, to the house for a free attic insulation estimate. Darrin presented his findings and solutions to the homeowner, who then proceeded with attic insulation from Olympic Restoration Systems.

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Crawl Space Remediation in Cedar Hill, TX

This customer called stating the he just recently purchased the home and found that he believed there was mold in the crawl space from a plumbing leak. He also believed that there may be mold in his house. We sent a System Designs Specialist, Ross, to the home for a free estimate. Ross found evidence of a moisture problem in the crawl space and presented the homeowner with a proposal to fix the crawl space. The home owner accepted and proceeded with a crawl space remediation from Olympic Restoration Systems.

The system installed included a SmartSump sump pump, drainage matrting, CleanSpace vapor barrier, and a SaniDry Sedone dehumidifier.

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Radon Mitigation System in Dallas, TX

This homeowner called because he had his home tested for radon and the test showed high radon levels. He wanted to have a free estimate for a radon mitigation system done quickly. We sent a System Designs Specialist, Ross, to the home to assess the property. Ross presented the homeowner with a solution for mitigating the home of radon. The homeowner accepted and proceeded with a radon mitigation system from Olympic Restoration Systems.

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Radon Mitigation System in Dallas, TX

This customer called because he had radon testing done for his home that showed high levels of radon. He had already had multiple quotes from other companies for a radon mitigation system, but wanted to have a free estimate from Olympic Restoration Systems. We sent a System Designs Specialist, Darrin, to assess the property. Darrin provided the homeowner with a solution to mitigate radon from his home. The homeowner accepted and proceeded with a radon mitigation system from Olympic Restoration Systems.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Dallas, TX

This customers home was built in the 1950’s. They have a crawl space that he said that their crawl space would let the cold into the area and keep nothing out of the space. He has several different size vent openings to the crawl space and was getting tired and frustrated in trying to find covers that would work on the openings that would do what he wanted them to do to ensure that the environment in the crawl space was optimal for their home. They wanted to permanently seal up their crawl space.

Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. We had a Specialist visit the property and they proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a crawl space encapsulation for their home from Olympic Restoration Systems.

We installed a SmartSump pump system with a liner, a cast iron pump, a CleanPump Stand, an airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and a WaterWatch alarm system. We installed an UltraSump battery back-up pumping system with a charging/control box that had an alarm and a 120-amp sealed maintenance-free battery. We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. We installed a CleanSpace Drainage Matting under the CleanSpace liner. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We applied a Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all exposed wood within the crawl space. We installed two wireless sensors in the crawl space which will send the temperature and the humidity readings to a small panel inside the house. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier was installed.

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Crawl Space Encapsulation Maintenance in Irving, TX

This is an existing customer for Olympic Restoration Systems. He had done a crawl space encapsulation for him. He had some rats get into his crawl space and chew through the encapsulation liner. Due to the holes in the liner, he thought that there may have been some mold growth before he noticed the holes.

Olympic Restoration Systems sent out the Specialist that had worked with this customer previously for the encapsulation. He did an assessment of the damage done in the crawl space and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the needed repairs for the encapsulation liner, as well as a precautionary action for mold and a traditional maintenance for crawl space.

We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and a Botanical disinfectant to all the affected sub-floor wood in the area around the SmartSump or 1/3 of the crawl space. We used a HEPA vacuum for the liner and wiped down the entire liner with an EPA registered antimicrobial solution. We added refrigerant to the SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier. We replaced the dehumidifier filter.

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Sump Pump Installation, Mold Treatment in Dallas, TX

This customer noticed that their floors were starting to cup/warp. This prompted them to go into their crawl space to see if there was something going on down there that was causing the warping of their floors. Once in the crawl space, they noticed that they had a slow leak down there. This was also causing mold to grow on the underneath side of their floors.

When they contacted Olympic Restoration Systems for an assessment of their home, and for a quote that they were in search of for a remedy, we scheduled an appointment with them with our 1st available appointment. An Olympic Restoration Systems Specialist visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with the mold remediation and dehumidifier installation from Olympic Restoration Systems for their home.

We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical disinfectant to all the exposed wood within the crawl space.  We hand scrubbed any areas where the mold staining was not removed with the treatment alone. In those areas, we then re-applied the treatments. We installed a small pump to move water from the dehumidifier to the sump pump or out of the crawl space. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low.

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Water Damage Restoration in Dallas, TX

This office had pipes burst and water flood into it during the 2021 winter storms. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Tyler, to assess the property for a free estimate. He found significant water damage to the lower drywall. He presented an estimate to the owner, and he accepted, and proceeded with water damage restoration by Olympic Restoration Systems.

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Work Requests From Dallas County, TX
Vicinity of Red Bud Dr in Dallas
Does your company install or know of a company that can install flood vents? I am also in need of a foundation repair quote.
Vicinity of Rolling Fork Drive in Dallas
A crack in the exterior wall by the A/C unit. A few doors are sticking.
Serving the following Dallas County, TX zip codes
Dallas 75208, Dallas 75242, Dallas 75336, Dallas 75201, Dallas 75234, Dallas 75301, Dallas 75391, Dallas 75227, Dallas 75267, Dallas 75378, Dallas 75220, Dallas 75260, Dallas 75368, Dallas 75212, Dallas 75247, Dallas 75355, Dallas 75205, Dallas 75238, Dallas 75315, Dallas 75395, Dallas 75231, Dallas 75283, Dallas 75382, Dallas 75224, Dallas 75264, Dallas 75373, Dallas 75217, Dallas 75251, Dallas 75359, Dallas 75209, Dallas 75243, Dallas 75339, Dallas 75202, Dallas 75235, Dallas 75303, Dallas 75392, Dallas 75228, Dallas 75270, Dallas 75379, Dallas 75221, Dallas 75261, Dallas 75370, Dallas 75214, Dallas 75248, Dallas 75356, Dallas 75206, Dallas 75240, Dallas 75320, Dallas 75397, Dallas 75232, Dallas 75284, Dallas 75389, Dallas 75225, Dallas 75265, Dallas 75374, Dallas 75218, Dallas 75253, Dallas 75360, Dallas 75210, Dallas 75244, Dallas 75342, Dallas 75203, Dallas 75236, Dallas 75312, Dallas 75393, Dallas 75229, Dallas 75275, Dallas 75380, Dallas 75222, Dallas 75262, Dallas 75371, Dallas 75215, Dallas 75249, Dallas 75357, Dallas 75207, Dallas 75241, Dallas 75326, Dallas 75398, Dallas 75233, Dallas 75285, Dallas 75390, Dallas 75226, Dallas 75266, Dallas 75376, Dallas 75219, Dallas 75254, Dallas 75367, Dallas 75211, Dallas 75246, Dallas 75354, Dallas 75204, Dallas 75237, Dallas 75313, Dallas 75394, Dallas 75230, Dallas 75277, Dallas 75381, Dallas 75223, Dallas 75263, Dallas 75372, Dallas 75216, Dallas 75250, Dallas 75358, Garland 75047, Garland 75040, Garland 75044, Garland 75041, Garland 75045, Garland 75049, Garland 75042, Garland 75046, Garland 75043, Irving 75015, Irving 75063, Irving 75060, Irving 75016, Irving 75038, Irving 75061, Irving 75017, Irving 75039, Irving 75014, Irving 75062, Grand Prairie 75054, Grand Prairie 75051, Grand Prairie 75052, Grand Prairie 75053, Grand Prairie 75050, Mesquite 75185, Mesquite 75149, Mesquite 75187, Mesquite 75150, Mesquite 75181, Carrollton 75006, Carrollton 75011, Richardson 75082, Richardson 75083, Richardson 75080, Richardson 75085, Richardson 75081, Rowlett 75089, Rowlett 75030, Rowlett 75088, Desoto 75115, Desoto 75123, Cedar Hill 75104, Cedar Hill 75106, Coppell 75099, Coppell 75019, Duncanville 75137, Duncanville 75116, Duncanville 75138, Lancaster 75134, Lancaster 75146, Balch Springs 75180, Sachse 75048, Seagoville 75159, Addison 75001, Sunnyvale 75182, Hutchins 75141, Wilmer 75172

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