Your SaniDry CX dehumidification system under your house needs to be serviced annually as it is a high-performance machine. It needs to be tuned up, just like a car does, and this will ensure the level of moisture is below where mold and mildew develop.
During the service, the system and coils are checked, the heat exchange core is inspected and cleaned, the blower and discharge systems are inspected, and the overall working of the system is checked.
The pre-filter is cleaned, and the carbon filter is changed (see photos for before and after filters). A dirty filter means your dehumidification system is not working to its full potential and dust and mold spores are not being filtered out of the crawl space air that finds its way into your home.
Call us to schedule your annual maintenance!
This homeowner knew there were mold and moisture issues in his home. One of the family has asthma; mold creates millions of spores, and you breathe air coming from your crawl space.
To solve the issues and prevent them from returning, this homeowner chose to have their crawlspace encapsulated. Our experienced insulation crew removed all the debris and the vapor barrier, laid down the special matting, sprayed closed-cell spray foam on the foundation walls, and installed a SaniDry CX dehumidifier to assist with keeping the moisture level below the point that mold can grow.
This client called us to inspect under their house as cats have torn it up. The first step--install a new crawl space door to prevent more damage by the kitties.
This Eugene client had been finding air leaks in his ductwork and knew he was losing heat and wasting energy and money. The ductwork was haphazardly wrapped (see "before" photo) and wasn't doing much good. Josh Lowe's Dr. Energy Saver spray-foamed the ductwork to seal all leaks and keep the heat in the ductwork, and now his home is much warmer!