Sick of Your Crawl Space? Convert It Into a Full Basement
You don’t have to suffer from the extreme lack of storage and living are that a crawl space offers you. If your home has one, you know that you can have several, persistent problems:
- Moisture and mold growth
- Insects and rodents
- No living space and very little (and unsafe) storage space
- Damage to insulation, wooden ceilings and your home’s foundation
Digging Out a Crawl Space
The process of converting a small crawl space into a full basement is called a dig out (or conversion). This is because the process involves literally digging out the area under your home until you reach the desired size of your new basement.
For example, if your current space is 3-feet high but you want an 8-feet tall basement, the area is dug past 8-feet, then a cement or concrete floor is added.
Crawl Space to Basement Conversion Cost
The cost will vary greatly according to:
- The size of your new basement
- The current condition of your crawl space
- The type of materials you’d like for the walls and floor
- If you’d like the new space waterproofed (highly recommended to avoid water, mold, flooding and foundation problems later)
Keep in mind that adding a basement is a great investment. It will raise your home’s value significantly.
It also provides you with three huge benefits:
1. Dramatically expanded living space
2. Makes your home much easier to sell (and for a higher price)
3. Increases your storage area
Can You Turn Your Crawl Space Into a Basement?
We offer full crawl space conversions (dig outs) in the entire Philadelphia area, including Harrisburg, York, Poconos, Easton, Allentown, West Chester, New Hope, Doylestown, and the surrounding areas, All of New Jersey and Delaware.
Free Estimates available to all property owners.