Foundation Repair & Crawl Space Encapsulation in Jacksonville, NC
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Research Triangle Local Office
Tar Heel Basement Systems
3333 Air Park Road
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday: 7 am – 9 pm
Saturday: 8 am – 6 pm
Sunday: 10 am – 7 pm
Servicing Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Greensboro, Wake Forest & Wilmington
AWARD-WINNING SOLUTIONS IN Jacksonville
If you’re a homeowner in Jacksonville, NC and experiencing signs of foundation or crawl space moisture problems, Tar Heel Basement Systems is here to help. We offer foundation repair, crawl space encapsulation, basement waterproofing, and concrete lifting and leveling services throughout North Carolina. Our team of trained experts will work with you to develop the best possible solution for your specific home’s needs. Don’t let water in your basement or crawl space cause mold, rot, musty odors, or even structural issues.
Let us permanently fix the problem by properly installing a hidden drainage system and completely encapsulating your crawl space with CrawlSeal™ vapor barrier. We understand that foundation problems can be dangerous and destroy your North Carolina home’s value. That’s why our team of structural and geotechnical engineers is dedicated to designing and installing the right solution for your home. We offer transferable and lifetime warranty backed solutions, giving you peace of mind. Contact us today to schedule your free inspection and estimate!
Your home needs a solid foundation. If the foundation is cracking and settling, your home and family’s safety will suffer. Trust Tar Heel for quality foundation repair solutions and permanent protection.
Crawl Space Repair
A wet, moldy crawl space affects your home’s air quality and your family’s safety. Repair and encapsulate it with trusted professional solutions only available from Tar Heel Basement Systems.
Leaking and flooding basements can be a headache and lead to major home repairs. Don’t risk it – protect your home.
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WHY HOMEOWNERS CHOOSE TAR HEEL BASEMENT SYSTEMS
Tar Heel Basement Systems, founded in 2003, is a subsidiary of Groundworks, a family of companies that offers superior, proven solutions for your foundation repair, basement waterproofing, crawl space encapsulation, dehumidification, and concrete lifting needs. We devote our years of experience, industry knowledge, and specialized training to help customers protect their homes or commercial buildings from water damage, concrete sinking, and foundation failure.
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Sometimes, musty odors might not be associated with health-hazards like mold or pests, but that doesn’t mean the smells aren’t a serious problem. Musty odors usually occur with any sort of moisture-damage. If you smell anything in your home, don’t ignore it. Moisture in your crawl space could lead to wood rot or damaged insulation – both of which can greatly damage your home and reduce its efficiency. Any crawl space problem signs should be taken seriously and solved as soon as possible.
Mold’s main function is to break down organic material in order to continue multiplying. For that reason, mold spores are quite dangerous to humans. If you breathe in mold spores, they could cause damage to your lungs. Even worse, mold spores could latch onto skin, clothing, and more which only increases its chance to grow. Eventually, mold in your crawl space could break out into a full-blown infestation throughout your entire house.
A sump pump is a kind of drainage system that collects water into a pit and then pumps it out of and away from the foundation. It’s a perfect device for homeowners who have basement flooding problems and need to keep that part of the house as dry as possible. If you already have a sump pump in your basement, you should know that it may not be enough to have just one.
Living in Northern North Carolina means that your property probably sees a lot of water. It would be worth investing in a second or even a third pump for your sump pump in order to keep up with the incredible amounts of water that flows around your foundation. If your sump pump gets overworked because of all the water it has to continuously pump, it will have a shorter lifespan and malfunction sooner than it should. When this happens, your basement will quickly flood, and the structural damages as a result of that failure will cost more than a second pump. All of the sump pumps in our SafeDri™ series can all be installed with a backup battery system that will guarantee a dry basement at all times.
If you’re unsure if you need another pump, simply observe your sump pump during the summer. Summer is the rainiest season in North Carolina, so watching the sump pump when it’s at its most active will give you all the information you need. If the water is flowing into the pit at an excessive rate, you need to invest in another pump. Doing so will ensure that the device functions for years without failure.