Tar Heel Basement Systems Before & After Photos

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Semora, NC Lake Home Receives Bright Basement Wall Makeover

After having Tar Heel Basement Systems waterproof their basement the previous year, these Semora, NC homeowners decided to take care of the previously moisture stained wall. Tar Heel Basement Systems installed the BrightWall Paneling System, giving the basement a fresher look without disrupting the waterproofing system. 

Blanch, NC- Basement Wall Repair

Expanding soil had caused a horizontal crack to form along the interior of the basement wall. Having two "L-Brackets" installed years ago, that support system was now failing and bending due to the weight of the wall. Fearing their wall would eventually cave, the Blanch, NC homeowners were in need of a permanent solution. 

Tar Heel Basement Systems removed the existing wall supports and installed four (4) Geo-Lock Wall Anchors, providing the wall with immediate stabilization and opportunity to close the horizontal crack during dry seasons. Made of galvanized steel, the heavy-duty system will never fall victim to rust or corrosion. The homeowners are now left with a permanently stabilized foundation wall, giving them peace of mind each time they enter their basement. 

Patrick Springs, VA - Nasty Crawlspace Cleaned and Encapsulated

This homeowner's crawlspace had experienced extensive humidity and moisture damage to her floor joists and insulation. It was evident that the space needed to be looked into as soon as possible. Tar Heel Basement Systems solved her problems by sealing the space with a CleanSpace vapor barrier, lining the walls with SilverGlo insulation and installing a new sump pump and dehumidifier. This combination of products will remove any moisture from the space, protecting and securing it from the outside environment. The moldy insulation was also removed from under the floor boards. The THBS crew left the home knowing that the crawlspace was healthier and that the homeowner would be much happier with her home.

Reidsville, NC Crawl Space Encapsulation

This crawl space in Reidsville, NC was a perfect environment for mold growth, wood rot and critters. The original vapor barrier (6 mil plastic) was only covering parts of the dirt floor, allowing moisture from the soil into the crawl space. This moisture then causes insulation to fall, mold to grow and wood to rot. One of the homeowner's main concerns was the bad odor that was permeating from the crawl space. Often times, that "musty crawl space smell" is an indication that there is mold in the space.

Tar Heel Basement Systems installed their patented CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system. The 20 mil thick CleanSpace vapor barrier is the strongest liner in the industry and isolates the home from the damp earth below. Once the crawl space was sealed (vents closed and new doors installed) the crew installed a SaniDry CX crawl space air system to keep the relative humidity below 55%. Now that this crawl space is a controlled, dry environment, there should be no more mold and no more nasty odors.

Reidsville, NC - Insufficient Vapor Barrier Replaced

The crawl space in this Reidsville, NC home had a thin 6mil. vapor barrier that was losing its grip, literally. The liner had begun to fail, providing no protection for the homeowner.

Tar Heel Basement Systems installed the patented, CleanSpace 20mil liner that completely separates the home from the earth below and will not deteriorate like the previous vapor barrier. This homeowner is excited to have a healthy, energy efficient crawl space thanks to Tar Heel Basement Systems!

Total Before & After Sets: 269

our service area

We serve the following areas

North CarolinaVirginia
  • Austinville
  • Bastian
  • Bland
  • Bluefield
  • Falls Mills
  • Ivanhoe
  • Max Meadows
  • Narrows
  • Rich Creek
  • Rocky Gap
Our Locations:

Tar Heel Basement Systems
2910 Griffith Rd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27103