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By Tom from Winston-Salem, NC 27104
By George from Winston-Salem, NC 27104
By Rita from Winston Salem, NC 27104
By Clinton from Winston Salem, NC 27107
By Doug from Trinity, NC 27370

very pleased with the work and the crew.

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By Jay from Mocksville, NC 27028

We are vey pleased with the work Tar Heel Basement Systems did in our crawlspace. Josh McKnight with his crew of Alex and John were very thorough and very professional. It was a pleasure to do business with such a professional team.

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By William from Mocksville, NC 27028
By Sam from Abingdon, VA 24211
By Wayne from Thomasville, NC 27360-59

Josh McKnight, our crew foreman, reviewed the entire process before beginning the work and kept us informed throughout the work period on a daily basis. We were never left wondering. He, along with his crew members, Alex Lemon and Robert Hacker, were professional in every way. They worked long, hard days consistently to assure our project was completed on schedule. “Hats off” to this hard working group of guys. Both the HVAC crew and electricians, who followed to complete the process, were impressed with what a good job was done. Thank you and God Bless You All!

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Meet Our Team

Alex Lemon
Title: Crew Foreman
Hometown: Winston Salem, North Carolina
Alex Lemon

Hi, I’m Alex!

Originally from the West Coast, I recently moved to the beautiful state of North Carolina. When I moved, I also brought with me a vast background in residental mold remediation. I enjoy transforming customers’ homes into a healthy environment for years to come.

On my days off, you can always catch me watching sports, preferably the New England Patriots!

from customers I've helped!
"I will tell you that I was very pleased with your salesman, Jason.  I also appreciate the installment team led…" Read Full Testimonial
Anne A. of High Point, NC
"Alex Lemon & your installation crew definitely deserve the "WOW Service Award" They did a super job!! Greg was very…" Read Full Testimonial
Kay W. of Welcome, NC
"Alex Lemon and your installation crew definitely deserve the "WOW Service Award!" They did a super job!!" Read Full Testimonial
Kay W. of Lexington, NC

Case Studies I've worked on:

Technical Papers I'd like to share with you:

  • The Damaging Effects Summer Can Have On Your Crawl Space
    The Damaging Effects Summer Can Have On Your Crawl Space
    July 18th, 2017
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Before & After Photos
A damp storage environment below the home that was causing the Durham, NC homeowners to have their belongings ruined. They needed a solution that would correct their moisture problem and last for more than a few years. Tar Heel Basement Systems removed the thin vapor barrier and mildewed debris to install the patented 20mil CrawlSeal Encapsulation System. The home became completely separated from the exposed dirt and moisture below. The homeowners now have a dry and conditioned space below their … Continue readingDurham, NC- Nasty Crawl Space Receives Transformation »
Concerned with moisture in the crawl space, the Galax, Virginia homeowners sealed the foundation vents themselves. Unfortunately, without the proper vapor barrier being present, ground moisture began taking over the space followed by musty odors and mildew growth. Needing an effective solution, the homeowners turned to Tar Heel Basement Systems. Transforming the damp crawl space was achieved in less than a day by installing the durable 20mil CrawlSeal Encapsulation System and properly sealing the foundation vents.
Active moisture in the crawl space due to an insufficient 6mil vapor barrier, caused the homeowners to spend extra on their energy bills during the summer months. Tar Heel Basement Systems created a dry and healthy crawl space by sealing each foundation vent and installing the 20mil CrawlSeal Encapsulation System. The Galax, VA residents are looking forward to lower energy costs during the summer months!
Tar Heel Basement Systems stabilized this floor system in this Thomasville, NC home by installing the IntelliJack System that stabilized the settling floor joists, allowing the floor to remain level. The CrawlSeal Encapsulation System was also installed to prevent future wood rot and settling due to moisture.  
The previous crawl space entry way door was allowing for rainwater and outside humidity to enter the area below the home. Tar Heel Basement Systems installed the Crawl Space Door to provide an airtight seal and keep outdoor elements and unwanted pests out. 
The old vapor barrier and insulation were no longer protecting the home from moisture nor saving this Damascus, Virginia homeowners energy. Tar Heel Basement Systems removed the old items and installed the 20mil CrawlSeal vapor barrier and X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation foam board insulation. The crawl space is now dry, bright and energy efficient, giving the homeowners peace of mind about what is below their feet.
The newly constructed home in Banner Elk, NC had a crawl space built without foundation vents. In order to pass building code, the crawl space needed to be completely sealed, have a dehumidification system and a drain to daylight – a task that Tar Heel Basement Systems was ready for. Tar Heel Basement Systems installed the patented 20mil CrawlSeal™ Encapsulation System, completely separating the home from the exposed dirt below. The Tar Heel self-draining dehumidifier was installed to keep humidity … Continue readingBanner Elk, NC – New Construction Sealed Crawl Space »
This newly constructed home in Banner Elk, NC was ready for final inspections after the crawl space was encapsulated to building codes. Tar Heel Basement Systems installed the 20mil CrawlSeal Encapsulation System along the entire crawl space floor, walls and piers. The Tar Heel commercial-grade dehumidifier keeps the crawl space free from any dangerous forms of mold or mildew. The new homeowners are now ready to move-in!

Company news I'd like to share with you:

  • Tar Heel Tip of the Week: Negative Effects of Air Ducts in a Dirt Crawl Space
    Tar Heel Tip of the Week: Negative Effects of Air Ducts in a Dirt Crawl Space
    March 14th, 2016
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