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This case study takes place in Macclesfield, NC, and the homeowner noticed cracks inside of their home, which are signs of foundation settlement. Some other warning signs are sticky doors and windows, which the homeowner was also noticing. After inspecting the crawl space, Regional found an excessive amount of water, which is most likely the underlying cause of their foundation settlement. Regional installed several products to spruce up the crawl space, as well as prevention for further foundation settlement issues.
A homeowner in Macclesfield, NC called in to our office and spoke to our customer care team about a few concerns in their home. This Macclesfield homeowner began noticing cracks inside of the home a few months ago, along with sticky doors and windows, and a few uneven floors. The homeowner’s concerns were valid, as these are early signs of foundation settlement, which can only get worse from here.
One of our design specialists made a visit out to Macclesfield, NC to perform a full inspection of the home. Upon inspection of the crawl space, Regional’s design specialist found an excess amount of moisture that the homeowner was unaware of. The wood underneath the home had begun to rot due to the moisture overtime, so the design specialist came up with a plan to offer a lifetime solution.
Based on Regional’s design specialist’s recommendations, one of the foundation and crawl space repair crews went to the Macclesfield home to perform the installations. Our crew removed old insulation prior to installation, and installed CleanSpace to encapsulate the crawl space, which will prevent a buildup of moisture in the future. We also installed SilverGlo, Lumberkote, and a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier. The combination of all of these products gave this Macclesfield crawl space a refreshing look, and the moisture will no longer be an issue. The homeowner was pleased and is looking forward to living in their home for a long time to come, without the foundation concerns they previously had.