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Rusty Jackson
· March 23, 2018
Had standing water in our yard that was making it's way into the crawlspace. Called three companies including Triangle Reconstruction for advice and quotes. Drew was very knowledgeable and was honest ...with my wife about what the best course of action was. They didn't try to upsell us on anything and even explained some things we could do ourselves to bring the cost down. Ended up with a french drain under the crawlspace with a sump pump.The crew that came out worked extremely hard in tight conditions. They were efficient, respectful of the yard, and cleaned up after. Would highly recommend this company if your yard is under water like mine was. See More
Peyton Armstrong
· September 20, 2017
Description of work:
Girder, Floor Joists, Sill Plate, Mold Remediation, French Drains, Sump Pump installation, Dehumidifier installation
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My wife and I purchased our home (ranch 1495 sq', built in 1958) and realized it needed a lot of foundation work due to years of moisture damage. This included replacement of the main girder, 41 joists, and mold remediation. While we were at it, we let Drew guide us through why encapsulation is the preferred method for eliminating our crawlspace moisture issues.

So let's break down the score:
Overall = A - This will be explained as I go through the other metrics

Price = B - Triangle Reconstruction was competitive. They were not the cheapest, and no where close to being the most expensive. This was a $30,000 job. It was one I have never done, and hope to never do again. One of their workers even took me on a tour of the crawlspace explaining the foundation repair, the French drains, the sump pump. I was able to see how much work they did, and because of that, I felt I found a company that priced things fairly.

Quality = A
Work was done as expected in a reasonable amount of time. The job was permitted and the town inspector passed the project without issue. The inspector mentioned that his house is encapsulated and the work, both the foundation and encapsulation were done well. There were some minor items that I noticed, Triangle Reconstruction was able to come back onsite an address. They worked with our schedule and completed everything to our satisfaction.

Responsiveness = A
The great thing is that for our project there were two people looking out for us. Drew and Rob. When we had a question and needed immediate or quick response, it is best to pick up the phone. My wife and I were able to reach Drew or Rob without issue. We worked with Drew early on, he was our first point of contact, so we never felt uncomfortable picking up the phone an calling him. He insisted we call him with any questions. Once we met Rob, that same level of comfort was established. I mostly emailed with Rob (it was a little slower i.e. not immediate response, but more than acceptable. However, getting him on the phone was never an issue. I add that our culture's expectation to texts and emails is immediate, and those expectations should be tempered. It is important to understand that Triangle Reconstruction provides numerous avenues to contact them, and my wife and I never had an issue. So they respond to emails, to phone calls, and their crew shows up and works when they are scheduled. Scheduling with Triangle Reconstruction was relatively easy and they worked with us, and we with them.

Professionalism = A Drew - very knowledgeable, willing to follow-up and check in

Rob - very knowledgeable as well, understanding, willing to take the time to come onsite and answer questions, address concerns. I felt like they were both available and genuinely cared.

The crew - super nice, and respectful. I think it went well. I am skeptical of contractors, mechanics, anyone that can easily get over on me. It is important to be an informed consumer. It is important to ask questions of your contractor, and be involved in the process. Triangle Reconstruction allows this. I would hire again with hesitation. I am currently monitoring our crawlspace with humidity sensors and Rob is helping us tweak the settings as we wrap up the project. I think Rob, Drew and crew have a good thing going, and I wish them best.

Update 9/18/2017 - I use AcuRite humidity sensors and noticed I had an area that was a little high, slightly above 60%. Triangle reconstruction came onsite, repositioned the dehumidifier and now things have improved.

—-Peyton
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In need of a dehumidifer? Triangle reconstruction is here to help. We use Hurizon Dehumidifier made in North Carolina.
Titan XP90 is designed to perfectly maintain your indoor air quality. Developed using decades of in the field experience, the XG90 produces an impressive 370 CFM, making it the perfect option for any space up to 15,000 ft3. Even with it’s powerful output, the Titan is still ultra efficient with a 2.8 L/kWh and only 5.5 amps. This impressive machine can also be customized to meet your needs with multiple upgrade options including ducting, filters, and remote control. Whether you’re facing too much moisture, unwelcome pests, or nasty mold, the Titan XP90 is the ideal dehumidifier for your application.

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Triangle Reconstruction would like to take the time to thank our hard working technicians who no matter how dirty the job may be they still manage to put a smile on their face.
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Triangle Reconsturction had a great time this past weekend at the Southern Ideal Home Show at the N C State Fairgrounds. Was a lot of fun meeting all of you that came. We are looking forward hearing from you soon.

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With the hint of fall in the air, it only means winter it's right around the corner. Help cut energy cost this winter by letting Triangle Reconstruction find and eliminate air leaks in your home. If air is leaking in that means energy is leaking out. We use state of the art thermal imaging to find those problem areas. Contact us today to set up a free thermal imaging scan of your home.

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Triangle Reconstruction has been awarded the Angie's List Super Service Award for the second year in a row! We were recognized and awarded in 4 different categories this year. I would like to thank all my customers choosing TRC and rating us online. I want to thank all my guys for doing such a good job everyday.

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It is always a good idea to add downspout extension drains to all of your gutter downspouts. Drains are buried underground and connected to a pop up drain. They stay hidden in the yard and hydro static pressure of water flowing through the drain opens them when needed.

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A Vapor Barrier is your first line of defense to avoid moisture problems in your crawl space. It is so important that North Carolina building code requires 100% moisture vapor barrier coverage under every home.

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A crawl space encapsulation insulates the walls of your crawl space and conditions the air under your home. This results in a 10% to 20% annual savings on your power bill. Encapsulation is one of the few home repairs that pay for itself!

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R-60 Cellulose Insulation near the airport for sound barrier.

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Adding Attic insulation is an inexpensive way to lower your energy bills. Energy Star rating is R-38 in our area.

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Infrared technology eliminates the guesswork and provides quick visual assessment of your home. Thanks to thermal imaging, TRC Inspectors have the ability to examine roofs, floors and walls for moisture intrusions, energy loss and electrical problems.

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Installing a vapor barrier is the key to solving moisture issues in your crawl space. The vapor barrier prevents moisture from evaporating into your floor joists and insulation saving you money on future repairs. This is a very effective and affordable solution installed under your home preventing these potential mishaps from occurring, increasing air quality, and saving you money.

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