You’ll not only enjoy breathing cleaner air that doesn’t smell, you’ll save on heating and cooling bills.
Turn your crawl into the cleanest room in the house. You’ll have hundreds of extra square feet to use as storage.
The house will smell clean. You won’t need to dust as much. Your floors will be warmer in the winter. And you’re protecting your house from damp, musty conditions that lead to mold and bugs.
Our Exclusive EcoSeal System will be the smartest investment you can make for your home and your family.
I was a home inspector for 15 years and had been in thousands of crawlspaces. Having a family living over open dirt ground just never made sense to me. Even with plastic over the dirt, I could smell that crawlspace smell as soon as I walked in the house…and so could the buyers and the agents. Musty, wet, dust and dirt has a unique odor.
Then on one inspection I walked in and literally had no idea the house was on a crawl until I couldn’t find the basement door. When I finally found the door to the crawl, I discovered that the crawlspace was pure white and clean. And it had no odor at all.
I usually dreaded this part of the inspection, having to go down under the house. I put on a dust mask, coveralls, an old Elmer Fudd hat with the ear flops, and gloves. I expected to get really dirty. This time I didn’t need anything. In fact, my boots left marks on the crawlspace floor because it was cleaner than me!
I really could have taken a nap down there–it was that comfortable. I crawled around and didn’t even need knee pads.
The owners were using this area like a small basement. They had storage totes, Christmas stuff, boxes of clothes, scrap books…you name it.
That’s when I saw the wisdom behind crawlspace encapsulation. Read more on this site about what crawlspace encapsulation is, the benefits and costs involved.
Craig Ceccarelli, President
I hired these guys to put support straps on the basement wall at one house and then they put in a sump pump at my home I really liked their work...on time and worked very fast!
Lena S. - Detroit, MI
Excellent workmanship, repaired cracks in basement the correct way (unlike the previous homeowner). Worker was professional and answered all my questions politely. Would definitely recommend his company!
Satisfied Customer - Northville, MI
Work began May 2015 only a few days after I saw the salesman. A 2 man crew jack hammered through the interior basement concrete floor at the back foundation wall where the water from a drywell, into which a water softener discharged, was creating seepage through the cement block wall. A drainage trench with piping and stones was installed along with a sump pump system. Concrete was poured and smoothed over the finished system. The related plumbing was installed through the wall into drainage piping which ran underground away from the house. A good benefit is that HS has its own contracted plumbers who detached and reattached the water holding tank; iron filter unit and water softener which had to be moved during the work. The workers were very accommodating for installation suggestions and in answering questions. Work was done in a day. Clean up was good. Pricing was competitive. I would recommend HS for foundation-basement waterproofing.
Ronald S. - Brighton, MI
Hired HomeSpec to fix my sagging floors and cracked joists. They were in and out in 4 days, installing several joists, a new support beam, and moving electrical/plumbing. Everyone I worked with was very professional and left my basement cleaner than when we started.
Matthew L. - Ferndale, MI