Water - Mold - Drywall
Crawl Spaces - Testing
Mold can grow just about anywhere—producing a dangerous and foul odor—it infests your home without you even knowing it’s there…the attic, the walls, the ceiling, on furniture, and even in the floors.
Leaks & Floods
Damage caused by water is one of the largest sources of insurance claims, and if the repair job is not done, it will lead to more headaches and problems.
Air Mold Testing
We are certified in respiratory health and safety. We will identify your type of mold you have in your home.
Painting & Drywall
Many restoration companies leave after taking the drywall off. Not John The MoldMan. We put the drywall pack, and painted.
- Green board repairs and finishing
- Gypsum board repairs and finishing
- Cement board repairs and finishing
- Sheetrock repairs and finishing
- Stucco repairs and finishing
The crawl space plastic vapor barrier is one of the most important aspects to making sure your crawl space is dry, clean and efficient. Installing the wrong type of vapor barrier can cause cat urine type odors to occur. Installing the crawl space vapor barrier incorrectly can allow moisture intrusion. Make sure you choose the right plastic vapor barrier for your crawl space encapsulation project.
The benefits? Floors will be cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Your HVAC equipment will last longer. You’ll save on energy bills. You’ll reduce opportunities for mold or pests to enter your home. There’s a lot to love about an encapsulated crawlspace.
Why A Vapor Barrier?
Attaching the vapor barrier helps keep moisture out of your crawlspace. In addition to walls and piers, we also attach the vapor barrier to your air handler or water heater – whatever it takes to seal off crawlspace components from the ground below.