Serving the Greater Greenville Metro Area, including Duncan, Easley, Fountain Inn, Greenville, Greer, Laurens, Mauldin, Powdersville, Simpsonville, Spartanburg, Taylors and other surrounding areas.
YOUR Crawl Space & basement Specialists
Crawlspace Medic® is your trusted source for crawl space repairs, inspections, and maintenance in Greenville, SC.
As longtime residents of the Greenville area, we know how important your crawl space is to the rest of your home.
At any given time, roughly 50% to 75% of the air in your home has been filtered through your crawl space. That’s a serious problem if your crawl space contains black mold, mice droppings, or other toxic substances.
Our crawl space repair, inspection, and maintenance services make it easy to maintain a healthy crawl space in the Greenville area.
Our Clients in Greenville, SC
We keep up with the demands of our clients in the Upstate of SC.
CRAWL SPACE SERVICES IN GREENVILLE SC
Our services start with our crawl space inspections. If you suspect crawl space damage, mold problems, or a pest infestation, we can provide you with a prompt and thorough inspection of your crawl space. Following the inspection, we’ll provide you with a detailed bill of health for your crawl space.
Whether you’re planning to purchase a home in Greenville or suspect problems in your crawl space or basement, having your foundation inspected by Crawlspace Medic is one of the best ways to catch or prevent serious problems before they cause dangerous (and expensive) damage to your home and its structural integrity.
Our team of experts is specially trained to identify and repair a wide range of problems in your crawl space or basement. Call us today to get started.
There’s a lot to love about living in the Greenville area–except perhaps the humidity. Combined with frequent rainfall, severe weather, and flooding, the high humidity of our climate can lead to moisture problems in your crawl space or basement.
Strategies like installing vapor barriers, sump pumps, and waterproofing your foundation can prevent damage to your foundation and the structural integrity of your whole house.
Aside from the discomfort of a humid crawl space, mustiness, or problems like fogging windows, excess moisture under your home can lead to a variety of more serious problems down the road, including structural damage. Left untreated, excess moisture or water damage can cause dry rot, mold or fungus growth, and termite damage that will weaken your foundation and the entire wood framing of your home.
Catch the problems quickly and get a thorough plan for repairing structural damage before it’s too late.