This home is immaculately maintained now by the Howard family!
The owner had previously put gravel down to try and keep the space clean. Even though you can't directly see it, moisture was still gathering and causing problems.
Angle 2 Before
Angle 3 before
No more moisture working its way up into the home!
Angle 2 After! Look at the difference!
Angle 3 After. Every crevice is sealed for locking the clean air in.
He's extra prepared with knee pads and gloves!
Peek at Steven limboing under the pipes.
From left to right, Steven, Adam, and Tristan.
Because it's better to measure twice and cut once!
Isn't it beautiful?
It was a great day to be working outside.
Sedgewood Plantation was established in 1842 and is now a member of the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. During World War II, the home had to be moved because the property lines were redrawn by the army. It sustained a good bit of damage during the transfer and was eventually abandoned because of its condition. In 1992, the Howard family decided to renovate the home to its original beauty and have been working on it ever since.
Since our team specializes in crawl spaces and encapsulation, the Howards trusted us to take on this part of their restoration. We were able to provide them with a mold treatment, SmartSump installation, and the CleanSpace Encapsulation system. We also sealed off all the open vents under the home to prevent any future problems.
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