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Standing water in this crawl space caused high humidity in the home for these owners.
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This house had mold in the bathroom, and the living room. The mold was everywhere in these two rooms due to a substantial water leak from the roof around the chimney. The roof was repaired first, before performing any mold remediation.
We removed all sheet rock in the rooms and sanded down the studs and all framing members. The affected area is 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.
We were called to this home in Flower Mound, TX where we found water damage and microbial growth in the lower cabinets and drywall along the exterior wall of the kitchen. We began setting up containment areas so that we could remove the cabinets and drywall safely. The wood flooring in the den had to be removed as well due to damage from the kitchen which it was adjacent to. Once these cabinets had been removed it was evident that the cause of the mold was due to the dishwasher. The mold remediation process gave the homeowners a clean living environment.
A water leak caused mold growth in a homeowner's hallway and closet. An inspection was done and the team from Olympic Restoration Systems was called to help remediate.
A containment barrier was set up in the closet and hallway along with negative air scrubbers. The affected material was removed. Using a HEPA vacuum, all exposed areas were cleaned and then wiped down with an antimicrobial solution. Another test was done, ensuring that the mold was completely gone from this home, leaving the homeowners resting easy knowing that their home was safe.
A homeowner had a wooden floor installed the previous year and was already starting to notice a slight cupping in the floor. After some research, he ran across our website and contacted us to assess whether humidity in his crawl space could be causing the issue. When we arrived, it was confirmed that the humidity was high and there was condensation on his subfloor. He decided to encapsulate.
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. This owner can now rest easy knowing that their crawl space no longer has moisture issues.
This homeowner was having problems with a leaky basement and called us to help. First, our team power-washed the surface to prepare the wall and floor areas for SaniTred Permaflex coating. It was then cleaned and dried. A Liquid Rubber Base product was applied in the floor and wall joints to stop water intrusion. Two coats of Permaflex were then applied to the floor and wall surfaces, leaving this homeowner knowing his basement was safe from leaks.
While on vacation, this family had a bathroom leak, causing moisture accumulation and mold. Our company set up air scrubbers that ran for 24 hours in the contained area. We removed the sheetrock, carpet and all organic materials. 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.
These homeowners were upset about the infestation of vermin due to their wet crawl space. They contacted us to encapsulate. We installed a SmartSump pump system with liner, cast iron pump, CleanPump Stand, airtight lid with an airtight floor drain and WaterWatch alarm system. A CleanSpace drainage matting and a CleanSpace vapor barrier were placed along the ground, walls and piers and the crawl space were sealed off with an Everlast door.
Homeowners in this town noticed mold and fungi growth in their crawl space. We came to evaluate. The subfloor and beams showed substantial growth. All organic materials were treated with an EPA registered antimicrobial. Afterward, we installed a SaniDry dehumidifier to control the moisture and humidity levels and prevent further mold growth.
This homeowner was preparing to sell her home but knew she had some major issues with the crawl space humidity and wood rot. She chose to encapsulate using CleanSpace matting, a CleanSpace liner, sump pump, and dehumidifier. With the twenty-five year transferable warranty, she felt confident enough to put her house on the market.
When this homeowner looked under his crawl space and noticed it was flooding, he contacted us for help. After removing debris and regrading, our team installed a SmartSump to remove ground water. Using CleanSpace drainage matting and CleanSpace vapor barrier, we encapsulated the crawl space, protecting the home from future flooding. A dehumidifier was installed to control the humidity.
These homeowners were experiencing a moldy and musty basement. They contacted our team to help. We set up a containment area with negative air scrubbers. Afterward, we removed all affected organic materials. The area was then treated with an EPA registered antimicrobial and HEPA vacuumed. After the post-inspection was complete, the owners opted for a SaniDry humidifier to keep the basement humidity down.
After vacation, these homeowners came home to discover a roof leak. The water damage was bad enough, but mold had already begun to grow. They contacted us 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.
These homeowners were trying to protect their home by running several large dehumidifiers but they seemed to be working around the clock. Deciding it was time to stop the humidity issue by encapsulating their crawl space, they contacted our team to help. We installed a CleanSpace encapsulation system along with a sump pump drainage system, helping these homeowners stop the humidity issue from the ground up.
After hard rains began seeping into this home, these homeowners noticed mold growing. They contacted our team to help. We set up a containment area and removed all affected organic materials. We then removed the mold using an EPA registered anti-microbial, and HEPA vacuum, leaving these homeowners with a healthier home environment.
These homeowners needs to update their crawl space lining after a season of heavy rains. Our team came in to inspect and discovered standing water, rust, and high humidity.
We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system to replace their old, damaged liner. Next, we installed two SmartSump pump systems to remove water as it seeps into the space. We also installed a dehumidifier and a humidity sensor that sends readings to a small panel in the house.
After discovering a leaking water heater and buckled wood floors, these homeowners called us to inspect their crawl space and find a solution. We knew the water leaks were contributing to a highly humid crawl space and this was what cause the buckled floors.
We installed a CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system as well as a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to dry up the air and keep it from building any more damaging humidity.
This customer has bedrooms downstairs that were having moisture issues. The humidity was very high in their basement. They had some dehumidifiers in their downstairs area, but they were continually having to empty them. They were very interested in a finding out about an installation of a sump pump and waterproofing their basement, to regulate the moisture and prevent the high humidity in the bedrooms in their basement.
Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their basement. We visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with a sump pump installation, and waterproofing for their basement.
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 all of the drywall throughout the basement. We removed all of the insulation throughout the basement. We installed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier to keep the humidity low. We applied Mold-X2 Cleaner and Botanical disinfectant to all exposed wood within the basement. A separate dedicated circuit/outlet was installed for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier.
The customer had been noticing that the house had been drafty, with the cool weather that we have been having in the area, over the last few weeks. They felt that their utility bills were higher than they would have liked also. The customer was looking for ways to reduce her utility bills, as well as make their home warm and cozy in the winter and nice and cool in the summer.
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.
Olympic Restoration Systems inspected the inside of the attic, and we sealed all of the accessible penetrations from the outside, along with all of the top plates, with expanding polyurethane foam. Then we blew in 10 inches of TruSoft cellulose insulation into the entirety of attic of their home.
This family was experiencing heavy humidity and extreme moisture issues in their crawl space. They weren’t sure what they should do in order to control what was happening in their home. They installed multiple fans in their crawl space to try and control the heavy humidity and extreme moisture issues. They monitored their crawl space while the fans were down in the crawl space running. After some time, there was not any noticeable improvement, regarding the moisture and humidity, not to mention the noise issues and the vibrations, that they now had, due to all the fans constantly running under their home. They did some research and were interested in finding out more information regarding a crawl space encapsulation. They wanted Olympic Restoration Systems to come out and provide a solution for them, along with a quote, for rectifying this issue for them on a permanent basis.
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, with Olympic Restoration Systems.
We began by removing all the debris from their crawl space. We regraded the soil to direct the water seepage to the sump pump system. 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 that had a WaterWatch alarm system. We placed the Sump Pumps under the utility room and under the office, so they would be on opposite sides of the home. We sealed the vents, in the crawl space, from inside the crawl space. We installed SilverGlo insulation along the base of the internal large box pier sections. 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 was installed for the sump pump and for the dehumidifier. 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.
This customer called wanting a solution to controlling and regulating the temperature in their home, year around. She stated that they had 2 specific rooms that were not cooling in the summer, nor were they getting warm in the winter. They were not sure if their HVAC wasn’t working well enough in that area of the home or if the double doors that they had might have been under insulated. They also thought that maybe they didn’t have enough insulation in their walls or the attic. Their home was built in 2013.
Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their home. One of our Specialists visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer. They proceeded with duct insulation in their attic with Olympic Restoration Systems.
We installed a Super Knee Wall upgrade. We installed Silver Glo insulation foam board with a radiant barrier along the roof line and the gable ends, as well as, providing blocking between the floor joists. We installed Silver Glo on the gable ends of the second story of the home, to air seal all the leaks and insulate the upstairs more efficiently. There was 460 sq ft of gable ends that we installed Silver Glo insulation. We air sealed all the leaks and insulated the attic assembly. We sealed all the accessible penetrations, including the top plates, with expanding polyurethane foam. We blew in Tru Soft cellulose insulation. We air sealed under the HVAC platforms. There was 104 sq ft of attic floor space that we air sealed the floor with Zyp Foam. We installed a layer of 4'' Silver Glo insulation along the attic deck, then covered it with a 3/8'' board. We provided an insulated storage platform with vertical insulation retention dams, as needed, to hold the blown-in insulation in place. We installed Silver Glo insulation under the HVAC platforms. In the attic floor space, we installed a Super Platform with Silver Glo insulation. We encapsulated the duct system in the attic with polyurethane spray foam insulation. We sealed and insulated the ducts over the existing insulation with 1" closed cell foam. We insulated the ducting that was branching off both the HVAC units, using Tight 'N' True Foam Duct Encapsulation.
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 damage done to the liner, likely due to rodents in their crawl space. Since the damage had been done, they had to buy 3 dehumidifiers for inside of the home, to try and control the humidity. They wanted someone to provide them with an assessment and a quote for what it would take to repair the damage.
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 replacement/installation of another sump pump, liner repair, and mold remediation for their crawl space.
We replaced the current sump pump and added an additional 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. We used a HEPA vacuum to clean the liner, then wiped it down with an EPA registered antimicrobial. We taped up the open, damaged, areas on the vapor barrier, along with tucking in the wall liner material under the vapor barrier. 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 pumps 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 customer called Olympic Restoration Systems stating that they were looking for attic insulation in 2 of their homes.
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 insulation installation in the attic for their home, with Olympic Restoration Systems.
We sealed all the accessible penetrations, the top plates with expanding polyurethane foam. There was 8.5 inches of TruSoft cellulose insulation blown into 1917 square feet of space in the attic, on the attic floor, to reach an R-Value of R-60. We installed a TiteShell recessed light fixture cover. We installed over the top of can light and sealed it with ZypFoam polyurethane foam around the edge and any/all holes that were made for electrical wires. We air sealed and insulated the attic assembly.
This customer called Olympic Restoration Systems for assistance regarding their crawl space entries. They have a pier and beam home that has a crawlspace entry, inside the home, that was too small for anyone to get through. They were interested in getting that crawl space entry made larger for them. They have 2 access points to the crawl space. One of them had just a metal slab up against the entry way. They wanted to turn that into a nicer entrance so that rodents do not get under their house.
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 a crawl space hatch enlargement and debris removal from their crawl space.
We removed all debris from their crawl space. We cut a larger crawl space hatch in the hallway.
This customer had a concern that there was mold in their children’s bedroom. She found mold on some of her children’s toys in their room. They had a Mold Inspection Company come out for an inspection. Mold was detected by the Mold Inspector. The customer called Olympic Restoration Systems with a concern that they had mold in their children’s bedroom and wanted it to be remediated ASAP. This customer had a mold protocol from the Mold Inspector that she could send out prior to us coming out to do the assessment for the remediation.
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.
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 a plastic sheeting to separate the work area from the rest of the house. This created a chamber at the entry/exit point of the containment area to be used for putting-on / taking-off personal protection equipment for our Technicians. 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 a HEPA Filtered Air Filtration Device (AFD) inside the contained area. The AFD was turned on at the start of the remediation process and was left running until the final clearance was received. The AFD needed to run for 24-48 after the remediation work was completed and before the post remediation testing could be performed. We installed a restoration dehumidifier to assure all the material was dry and to help maintain the humidity level within the containment. We removed all the affected drywall. We removed all the baseboards in the affected area. We used a HEPA vacuum for the exposed wall and ceiling cavity, then we used the HEPA vacuum for the entire containment area. We hauled off and properly disposed of all the affected debris.
This is an existing customer that wanted to add additional equipment to their existing crawl space encapsulation that we had already installed.
We installed 4 SaniDry Ducts that pulls the damp air out of the crawl space and releases the clean dry air into another room. We installed 4 Time Machines that connect with the sump pumps that were installed and are logging data for the homeowner. The Time Machines record and report the temperature and relative humidity in the crawl space. We added 2 botanical odor neutralizers per the customer’s request. While we were there, we also vacuumed the trenches and wiped down the encapsulation for the customer.
This customer called stating that there were two rooms in her home that were not cooling in the summer or heating in the winter. She wanted the attic insulation checked. The home was built in 2013.
We sent a System Design Specialist, Ross, to the property to assess the attic. After inspection, Ross proposed a Tight 'N' True foam duct encapsulation solution to stop conditioned air from leaking out of the air ducts. The customer proceeded with duct encapsulation from Olympic Restoration Systems.
This customer called and stated that she had about 3 inches of water in her crawl space after rain. She believed it was all ground water, and was fearful that mold would grow. She scheduled an appointment with one of our System Designs Specialist, Tyler, and he visited her property for an assessment. After inspection, Tyler gave a proposal to the homeowner for a crawl space encapsulation system, and she accepted.
The production team completed the crawl space remediation, which included placing a SmartSump plus sump pump, drainage matting, CleanSpace vapor barrier, and a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier in the crawl space.
This homeowner called and reported that she had a a mold inspector come and that there was mold found in her house. She sent Olympic Restoration Syetems the mold protocol from the mold inspector and we sent one of our Specialists, Tyler, to the home to perform a free estimate. The homeowner accepted the solution offered by Tyler, and proceeded with a mold remediation from Olympic Restoration Systems.
This family just bought this home. They were informed during the inspections that they needed to have additional insulation added to their attic. These customers had never done an attic insulation addition before and wanted to have a complete walk through of the benefits/savings that adding insulation would provide them.
When Olympic Restoration Systems was contacted for an assessment of their attic space, we visited the property and proposed a quote to the customer, after a thorough explanation of the benefits and savings that adding insulation would provide them. They proceeded with attic insulation in the attic for their home, with Olympic Restoration Systems.
We capped the existing blown insulation with TruSoftTM Blown-in Cellulose insulation. We installed 4 TiteShellTM Recessed Light Fixture Covers over the top of 4 can lights and sealed them with ZypFoam polyurethane foam around the edges and sealed any holes that were made for the electrical wires.
This customer called stating that his hardwood floors in his home were cupping, and he was concerned that it was stemming from a moisture issue in his crawl space. He was also concerned because there had previoously been an issue with rodents in the crawl space. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Tyler, to the property with his first available appointment.
After assessing the crawl space, Tyler found evidence of moisture issues. He proposed a solution for encapsulating the crawl space to the home owner, and the owner accepted. We then sent our production team to the property and they completed the crawl space repair, which included drainage matting, a CleanSpace vapor barrier, a SmartSump sump pump, and a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier.
This customer called wanting a quote for blown in cellulose attic insulation in Denton, TX. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Tyler, to the home for a free estimate. Upon inspection, Tyler found that the attic had sparse existing attic insulation that did not cover all areas of the attic. The thin layer of existing insulation was not sufficient to keep the attic properly insulated. He proposed a solution to the homeowner, which included adding blown in TruSoft cellulose insulation to the existing attic insulation. The homeowner accepted the proposal, and our production team went and completed the attic insulation installation.
This customer called stating that he believed his crawl space was leadning to multiple moisture issues throughout his home. He found mold on his ceiling and on his leather clothing, and he was running a dehumidifier contantly to no avail. We sent one of our System Designs Specialists, Tyler, to the property for a free estimate. After inspecting the crawl space, Tyler found further evidence of crawl space moisture issues. Tyler presented a soltution to encapsulate and condition the crawl space so that there would not be any more moisture issues. The homeowner accepted and proceeded with a crawl space remediation from Olympic Restoration Systems.
The production team started by removing debris from the crawl space and regrading the soil. This keeps water from pooling in low points of the crawl space floor. They sloped the soil so that water would flow to the sump pump. Next, they placed a SmartSump to drain water away from the crawl space. They then placed drainage matting underneath a CleanSpace vapor barrier on the crawl space floor to isolate the home from the earth. The drainage matting allows water to flow to the sump pump. The vapor barrier protects the crawl space and home from any moisture collecting in the sump pump. They closed off any outside air, from vents or any other opening, to keep the outside air from entering the crawl space. Finally, they placed a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier in the crawl space to dry any moisture from the air.