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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.
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.
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If your crawl space is experiencing rot, mold, or structural issues, our specialists can assist by utilizing any of our 30 patented products sure to provide you with the perfect solution. If your Dallas, TX home has recently encountered fire, water, smoke or mold damage in anyway way, our professionals are also trained to clean up and restore your home. Our goal is to provide you with the best experience possible and providing you with complete peace of mind throughout the entire process. If you're interested in any of our services, call 1-844-810-7398 or click below today for a FREE, no-obligation estimate!
At Olympic Restoration Systems, we specialize in solving crawl space problems of any size or scope. No matter the issue that your crawl space is facing, we have the products and specialists that you can count on to provide you with the best solution. Servicing your crawl space is an important aspect of maintaining a healthy living space while avoiding too much spending on high energy bills. As a CleanSpace dealer, we're supplied with more than 30 patented products through the Basement Systems network that are equipped to completely transform your crawl space. All of our products also come with a written warranty and have been used in hundreds of homes throughout the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
Radon is an odorless gas that can go undetected by homeowners for long periods of time. This long-time exposure to radon is one of the leading causes of lung cancer and can present dangerous risks to you and your family. The experts at Olympic Restoration Systems can test your home and help lower the concentration of radon in your Dallas, TX home with our radon gas mitigation services. If tests have shown radon levels at 4.0 pCi/L or higher, then your home needs to be mitigated!
Your attic is one of the most important parts of your home, especially when it comes to energy efficiency. Improperly insulated attics cause problems for the entirety of your home as they often make your home too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer. Our team can help. We offer a wide range of insulation types including cellulose insulation, rigid foam insulation, and radiant barriers so you can improve your home's energy efficiency and lower your energy bills.
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We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement, disaster restoration, basement waterproofing, radon mitigation and other related services we provide. If you're in need of any of our services throughout the Dallas, TX area, call 1-844-810-7398 or click below today to get a FREE, no-obligation estimate!
This home had a failed crawl space encapsulation system that was no longer keeping moisture out of the crawl space. Olympic Restoration Systems was able to install a system that will keep the crawl space dry long term. Our system included a drainage matting, CleanSpace vapor barrier, SmartSump sump pump, and a dehumidifier.
This homeowner called after they noticed they had a wet crawl space. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Ross, to the home for a free crawl space inspection and estimate. Ross found evidence of moisture issues in the crawl space, which can lead to musty odors, mold growth, and many problems throughout the home. He proposed a solution to encapsulate the crawl space to the homeowner, and the homeowner proceeded with a crawl space remediation from Olympic Restoration Systems.
This homeowner called when she noticed that water leaking into her basement was leaving efflorescence on the walls. She was concerned that her wet basement might cause problems for the entire home. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Ross, to the home for a free basement waterproofing inspection and estimate. The homeowner accepted the solution that Ross offered and proceeded with basement waterproofing from Olympic Restoration Systems.
Our Production Team set up containment around the workspace to prevent the spread of harmful materials. They also set up a HEPA vacuum to scrub any contaminants out of the air. Next they removed the necesary floor tiles to complete the work. They then prepped the basement walls and sealed them with PermaFlex.
This homeowner was referred to Olympic Restoration Systems by an outside radon mitigation company. They were referred to us because the other company could not compete their radon mitigation because the crawl space needed to be sealed first. Olympic Restoration Systems was able to provide a complete crawl space encapsulation system, and install a radon mitigation system in the home.
As this homeowner was prepping her house to sell, she realized that her sprinklers were draining into the crawl space. This created a crawl space moisture problem that has to be fixed before her house would sell. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Darrin, to the home to inspect the crawl space and provide a free crawl space quote. The homeowner accepted and proceeded with the crawl space repair and encapsulation from Olympic Restoration Systems.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.