When John L. was trying to sell his Tallahassee. FL home. a home inspector told him that the fiberglass insulation that was once installed in the crawl space, between the floor joists was in really bad shape and under such conditions, it was impossible to make a proper assessment.
John L. had insulation removed and a second inspection revealed even more problems: there was mold and dry rot was beginning to compromise the structure. The high humidity was causing condensation and water was dripping from the air ducts onto the floor, creating puddles on top of a newly installed moisture barrier.
In an attempt to find someone to fix these problems, John called several contractors. HVAC companies. Indoor Environmental Management and another area company that provides crawl space encapsulation services.
"Only Indoor Environmental. not only said they would cover all of the basics: fixing the wood rot, fixing the moisture. the duct work, and basically cleaning it all up. They were also going to guarantee it for the future." -- explains John. "Going with Indoor Environmental, everything was finished, everything was done, the price was definitely better than having each thing done separately. So I can't recommend them anymore than that!"
John L. of Tallahassee, FL