Attics

Moisture naturally builds up in attics due to household water use, condensation from HVAC, and daytime/nighttime temperature differential that results in repeatedly hitting dew point (which drives an increase in structural moisture content).   [ learn more ]

Crawl Spaces

Moisture from the earth, condensation on ductwork and plumbing, moisture intrusion/seepage through foundation walls and humidity that can exist outside the building exert a high moisture load on the crawl space. Efflorescence, the migration of minerals to the surface of concrete, is a visible conducive condition of wicking moisture from the positive side (exterior) to the negative side (interior) of a foundation.

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Exteriors

Wind-driven moisture infiltrates brick, mortar, aggregate, EFIS, stucco and other cementitious surfaces. The result is decreased surface longevity and higher ongoing maintenance costs. Learn about our engineered system for maintaining exteriors.

Structural Framing

Before dry-in, in new construction as well as in post remediation applications, OnGuard offers an engineered system for preventing structural moisture increase that can lead to future and/or ongoing problems.

Basement-Foundation

Efflorescence is a visible conducive condition of wicking moisture from the positive side to the negative side of a foundation wall. Learn about Enviroguard’s system for controlling wicking moisture and efflorescence.  [ learn more ]