Vapor Barrier Installation in the Charlotte Area

Protect Your Home From Mold or Water Damage

"Highly recommend! We engaged Foundation Doctor for extensive crawl space work on a 110 year old home (replacing / adding piers & beams, adding interior french drain, sump pump, mold remediation, vapor barrier, etc...). We are very pleased with the job. The foremen, Ryan, and crew went above and beyond. They explained all the work as they were doing and handled every unexpected challenge that comes with a 110 year old home. Crawlspace looks brand new! Foundation Dr also worked well with our structural engineer and all inspectors."

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Controlling moisture levels in your crawl space is key to the maintenance of your entire home. Foundation Doctor can install a vapor barrier in your crawl space to help keep moisture in check and protect your home from mold and water damage. Our expertise and experience make us the best place to turn to install a crawl space vapor barrier in Charlotte, NC.

Don't go another day without a moisture-controlled crawl space. Let us install a vapor barrier to protect your home. We’re the vapor barrier installers you can trust to provide professional service that protects your home from moisture damage and mold growth. We’re also your go-to contractor for full mold inspection and removal capabilities.

Vapor Barrier Installation
Vapor Barrier Installation

How Do Vapor Barriers Work?

Vapor barriers help keep moisture from entering the crawl space through the ground. These typically take the form of plastic sheeting. The sheets are installed along the walls and inner support piers. The seams usually are sealed with double-sided tape to block as much moisture as possible. Effective moisture barriers are continuous and maintain full coverage even as work is taking place. With foundation moisture barriers in place, the amount of water that will migrate from the soil into the structure of your home will be reduced significantly. This can prolong the life of your house as well as prevent mold and mildew, which can become serious health hazards for you and your family.

Foundation Doctor can perform a crawl space vapor barrier installation or replacement quickly and efficiently, increasing your peace of mind. Although the process is relatively simple compared to other foundation services, hiring trained professionals to handle it will ensure that nothing is overlooked. It also saves you the trouble of crawling around on your hands and knees under your floorboards.

What Type of Vapor Barrier Is Installed in a Crawl Space?

The recommended thickness of a crawl space vapor barrier ranges from 6 to 20 millimeters, and the higher the number, the thicker the barrier. A 20 millimeter-thick polyethylene vapor barrier is ideal. It is durable, resists tears and punctures, and it is effective at keeping water out. Schedule a consultation today and we’ll discuss with you the best crawl space moisture barrier solution for your home. No one knows as much about foundation vapor barrier installation as our team, so you can rest assured we will recommend the most appropriate level of protection.

Why Choose Foundation Doctor?

When it comes to vapor barrier installation and other foundation work, there’s no better source than Foundation Doctor. We work with residential and commercial customers in more than 10 counties throughout North Carolina, and have the expertise to handle just about any issue related to your foundation. We stand apart from our competitors, thanks in no small part to our unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction. When you work with us, you can be certain you’ll receive the highest-quality service and clear communication every step of the way. We pride ourselves on our ability to offer competitive pricing, prompt service and complete professionalism. Simply put, there’s no better place to turn for foundation vapor barrier services that protect your property from the effects of moisture buildup.

For more information about our services or to schedule an appointment, speak with one of our representatives today.

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