Crawl Space Contractors Servicing Kentucky
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|Basement Systems, Inc|
Basement Systems is the largest basement waterproofing contractor network with more then 300 dealers throughtout USA, Canada, UK and Ireland. We are THE basement and crawl space environment specialist.
If you have a damp, wet, musty or flooded basement or crawl space give us a call at 1-800-638-7048 for a free estimate with one of
|The Crawl Space Company|
The Crawl Space Company is a family owned and operated full service crawlspace repair contractor that has served Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, & Kentucky for over two decades
|14201 Dixie Hwy|
|Wet Basement Repair|
Wet Basement Repair offers basement waterproofing resources and contractors. Learn about basement waterproofing and what to do to prevent water from coming into your basement.
|Crawl Space Encapsulation in Kentucky|
Kentucky Crawlspace is the authorized CleanSpace installer in Southern Kentuky.
321 Somerset Rd.
|American Basement Solutions|
Waterproofing Crawl Spaces & Basements in Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Ohio, & Tennessee.We are Better Business Bureau members and we participate in the BBB Care program. We also are members of "Angies list of services" and subscribe to all principles of ethics above and beyond everyone else
|1988 Old State Rd|
Total Listing: 5
Crawl Space Articles
Crawl Space Issues
Clean CrawlSpace, Inc. and House Detective team up to repair a dank, musty crawlspace with four inches of standing water. Their goal: To fix up this and other issues in ... [watch video
Flooded Crawl Spaces
A home with a flooding crawl space has a serious problem. Whether the water is coming from the walls, the floors, the wall/floor joist, or from a plumbing leak, it ... [read more
Crawl Space Mold
Moisture in a crawl space is a major problem- one that quickly leads to the rotting of all organic materials in the space. Stored items, insulation, and especially wood will ... [read more
Rotting Crawl Spaces
Crawl spaces are widely known as rotting, humid, dank spaces. There's a reason for this: they ARE, more often than not, rotting, humid, and dank. Unfortunately, what happens in the ... [read more