My wife noticed a 'springy' place in our hallway where we had installed new hardwood flooring a year ago so we called a handy-man we knew to check it out. To our surprise, he reported finding a 5-7" pond. extensive mold and falling saturated insulation. Insurance was no help, citing ground water(we had an abnormally heavy rainy season), poor grading, and lack of proper gutters on the house, so we were on our own. First we had excellent gutters installed(see Savannah Seamless Gutters) Then we started getting estimates for mold remediation and insulation. By the way, none of the estimates required pump out of our 'pond' which dried up on it's own after the gutters came. The first estimate wanted me to pay to rent 220volt dryers for two weeks after knocking a hole in our floor to access 220v at our clothes dryer. Their price was high, too. Next came a company whose estimate and work did not include old insulation cleanup and haul off, nor did it include insulation installation Their subs insulation estimate did not include old insulation clean up and haul off, only new insulation. The old stuff required yet another estimate and sub. Well add it all up and you guessed it. Big bucks. Meanwhile, my wife was sharing our woes with a friend of ours who had an unrelated business relationship with a guy named Greg, whose business was Crawl Space Doctors, so I gave him a call. Greg came by, looked at our job and told me that he'd seen worse. He then proceeded to explain their method and showed me some jobs they had done. We hit it off right away. After hearing his explanation of their conditioned space method that called for NO Insulation, dehumidification and continuing follow-up maintenance, I hoped his turn-key job would come in on budget. Well it did. Greg and his crew worked fast, left an immaculate work space and caused us no inconvenience. He even did work above and beyond his fair and reasonable estimate at no extra charge. I would not hesitate to recommend Greg and Crawl Space Doctors to anyone.