ANNUAL MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
At Falcone, we are committed to ensuring that your crawl space is healthy and all related equipment is functioning and properly maintained.
As a valued Falcone Customer, we wanted to let you know that we are now offering an annual inspection to maintain your crawl space and systems that we have previously installed. Doing annual maintenance ensures the longevity of your system and helps us catch anything new that might need to be addressed.
Our crawl space maintenance includes:
Inspect all accessible areas of the crawl space
Check for signs of standing water
Inspect for plumbing leaks
Check wood moisture levels
Check humidity levels
Open/close foundation vents as needed
Check for crawl space odor
Check sump pumps and drains
Identify landscape issues that could interfere with ventilation
Confirm positive drainage around house
A minimum of five digital photographs
A printed custom report with findings and recommendations for crawl space repairs
Check integrity of vapor barrier (if applicable)
Check hurricane strapping (if applicable)
Check and clean dehumidifiers and Atmox systems (if applicable)
Great, professional service. They performed the initial remediation of my crawl space and we use them for annual checkups. They’ve been great to work with.
Throughout the entire project each of them went above and beyond to keep us informed of the progress. They were extremely professional and appropriately proud of the work.
Mary Ann K.
Some signs that your crawl space may require repair include sagging floors, musty odors, standing water, mold or mildew growth, insect infestations, and cracks in the foundation walls.
Foundation issues can manifest in various ways. Look out for signs such as cracks in the foundation walls, uneven or sloping floors, sticking doors or windows, gaps around window frames, and visible gaps between the walls and ceiling.
Foundation problems can result from various factors, including soil settlement, poor drainage, expansive clay soils, improper construction techniques, water leaks, tree roots, and seismic activity.
It depends on the extent and nature of the foundation issue. Some minor problems can be resolved with less invasive methods like crack sealing, epoxy injections, or installing additional supports. However, more severe issues may require significant repairs, such as underpinning or foundation replacement.