(877) 325-0180
Pay Your Invoice Now

Emergency Service:


Available 24/7

role="article" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article">
Crawlspace Encapsulation
24/7 Emergency Service
Progressive HVAC Rheem Pro Partner Logoraleigh hvacraleigh plumberRead Facebook ReviewsGoogle ReviewsElite Service Home AdvisorCarrier Elite DealerTrane Comfort Specialist

Crawlspace Encapsulation Service

Is your home suffering from a damp crawlspace that is exposing your structure to potential problems?

Potential problems that can arise from high humidity or damp crawlspaces:

  • Mold or moisture damage in the crawl space or living area
  • Musty odors in the living area
  • Condensation (“sweating”) on air conditioning ductwork or equipment
  • Condensation on insulation, water pipes or truss plates in the crawl space
  • Buckled hardwood floors
  • High humidity in the living area
  • Insect infestations
  • Rot in wooden framing members

Services Offered

As energy initiatives continue to push builders to create more and more efficient homes, crawlspaces industry best practices have begun to evolve. Crawlspaces were once believed to be best left open and able to “breathe” as they were vented to the outside air. The idea was by allowing them to self-regulate they would be able to maintain a consistent equilibrium and avoid potential issues. However, a study that was completed in North Carolina has provided evidence that vented crawlspace do not regulate as well as we once believed and create a variety of potential hazards listed above. Based on this studies finding, these areas were actually much more susceptible to high levels of RH, moisture buildup due the environment reaching its dew point, and becoming a host more major mold issues.

The solution to these issues is the newer concept of encapsulated crawlspaces. By applying a thick layer of plastic to the earth, shifting insulation from the under the floors in the floor joists to the walls, and ducting a vent into the now seal crawlspace it allows the crawlspace to become a controlled environment. This makes the crawlspace a control environment similar to the rooms in your home which increases your heating and air efficiencies, nearly eliminates humidity issues, and creates a strong barrier to deter pests. These new systems are rapidly gaining in popularity due to the wide array of advantages and savings.

Why choose Progressive Service Company

  • 100% satisfaction guarantee
  • 1 provider that offers experienced professionals in Crawlspace Encapsulation, HVAC efficiencies, and mold remediation
  • Over 35 years of serving Raleigh customers with a 5 star reputation!
  • Our companies wide range of licensed professionals can tackle any potential issues!

Study that shows an encapsulation crawlspace vs a traditional vent crawlspace:

Table 1. Summer (June-August) Relative Humidity Summary
2002 2003
RH Threshold Vented Closed Vented Closed
Above 90% 0% 0% 23% 0%
Above 80% 39% 0% 86% 0%
Above 70% 79% 0% 98% 5%
Above 60% 94% 0% 100% 64%
Above 50% 100% 100% 100% 100%

Source: Advanced Energy


From my first call to Progressive’s office, my conversation with the electrical manager, through the end of the job when all was done, Progressive did a great job for me. They were very professional, friendly, and flexible. The work was to relocate receptacles and switches from a wall that was being removed from our house, and also to add receptacles to another room. They sent two men who had to spend several hours both under and in our house. I recommend them highly and will use them again.

- Bern Gartts (Nov 2015) - Review From Google

Brian performed maintenance check on the HVAC (I hope I used the correct term). His visit was just a few days we experienced unusually cold weather in mid-October. He was very helpful by providing answers to my questions. He also explained things that I was not aware of. I did not like the programmable thermostat and he replaced it with a simple thermostat which I understood much better than the programmable. I now feel much more comfortable after he inspected the system.

Jean Allen (January 2016) - Review From Google

I had Progressive install a new tankless water heater. The technicians name was Larry and his helpers name was martin. They were both very polite and their work looks very neat. We are very happy with our new tankless heater.

Tyler Smith (February 2016) - Review From Google

We have had our HVAC replaced by this company and have a current service contract and loved them.Darryl who worked with us was great. The greatest part of the company though is how attentive, helpful, and responsible Kat was! She was constantly available and providing any assistance we needed.

Gina-Maria Pomanna (November 2015) - Review From Google

Call us at 877-325-0180 Or Fill Out The Form Below!

Call us at 877-325-0180, or fill out the form below and we will get back to you promptly.
If you have an emergency, please call for immediate assistance.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Need residential services?

We also solve plumbing, electrical and HVAC problems for homes in the Triangle.

Progressive Plumbing - Tune up Special $69

Progressive Plumbing - HVAC Offer

Additional Details:
Additional Details:
All HVAC Services PLUS
  1. Check service panel or meter
  2. Check termination on all wires in panel
  3. Check buss bar for damage, discoloration, or burn marks
  4. Check ground in panel
  5. Check for loose wires in panel
  6. Check breaks sizing on wires
  7. Check all accessible outlets with plug tester (limit 30 outlets)
  8. Check GFCI outlets or breakers in all code required places
  9. Check CFI outlets or breakers in all coe required places
  10. Check all switches (limit 30 switches)
  11. Check all smoke detectors
  12. Check for broken or damaged outside outlets
  13. Check for broken outside fixtures
  14. Check for broken light fixtures inside the home
  15. Check attic and/or crawlspaces for damaged or open electrical boxes
  16. Check for ground rods at service
  17. Check for bending on gas line and cold water line
  18. Answer any questions or concerns the customer may have
  1. Inspect water heater for normal operation
  2. Check connections & piping on water heater
  3. Check valves on water heater
  4. Identify main water supply shut off
  5. Identify gas supply shut off valve
  6. Identify hose bib supply shut off valve
  7. Complete a free on-site domestic water test
  8. Inspect all plumbing fixtures
  9. Test water pressure for home