Crawl Space Waterproofing Products

Crawl Space Waterproofing Solutions

The crawlspaces in your home can pose unique challenges when it comes to repair and maintenance.

Crawlspaces often present moisture, mold, mildew, or fungus complications. With Hydraway, there are several options to choose from to transform your crawlspace into a dry, clean area, whether you have finished or unfinished floors.

Hydraway System for Unfinished Floors

This system permits high flow rates for rapid dewatering of the area in the crawlspace. Its design allows the relief of hydrostatic pressure by acting as a shallow underdrain.

Hydraway is vertically trenched alongside the foundation wall in double rows. This is the best solution for a dirt crawlspace and does not need to be backfilled if the crawlspace is also encapsulated.

HydraPanel System for Finished Floors

This system is used to remove water from a home’s
foundation when a finished crawlspace is present. It uses a bridging material that floats on top of the footing.

Wicking water away from the foundation’s weakest point (where the footing, wall, and floor meet), it routes any water into a double row of 6-inch Hydraway that is trenched into the soil and inserted vertically along the footing.

From there, it channels water to a sump pump and away from the home.

HydraChannel System for Finished Floors

This system lies on top the footing and captures the
water entering the crawlspace through the cove joint or cracks in the walls.

It channels any water into a double row of 6-inch Hydraway that is trenched into the soil and inserted vertically along the footing.

From there, it channels water to a sump pump and away from the home.

Waterproofing a crawl space can help prevent mildew or mold growth, water damage, and even insect damage. A reliable drainage system will help a crawl space remain dry and will prevent the collection of excess moisture, helping avoid costly crawl space repairs in the future.

Crawl Space Waterproofing Methods

Several methods are used to waterproof a crawl space; the most common one is installing a Hydraway Drainage System.

In this system, a sump pump is installed to direct water away from the crawl space. Hydraway systems guide excess water to a sump pump, and it is pushed away from your home’s foundation to prevent damage.

A backup solution, in the form of a backup battery case and charger, is also recommended to ensure continuous operation.

A moisture barrier system like the Crawl space encapsulation system can be beneficial as well, protecting against insects and other critters while adding visual appeal to the crawl space with its bright white color.

Both the Hydraway Drainage System and the Crawl space encapsulation system are made of clog-resistant materials. They are a dependable, long-lasting solution to the problem of leaking and flooding crawl spaces. These products will prevent future leaks, ultimately reducing the potential for water damage to the home.

Vapor Barrier for Crawlspace Waterproofing

Intech Anchoring provides contractors with an industry-leading vapor barrier product to seal off residential basements and crawlspaces from incoming moisture, insects, and rodents. The product, a crawl space encapsulation system, provides complete protection in crawlspace and basements that retain water or moisture, which can create potential rot.

Crawl space encapsulation serves as a blockade to invasive animals such as termites, beetles, rodents, or snakes. These invasive animals can cause damage to exposed wood, thus putting the home at greater risk. Mold can harmful generate toxins; Humidity levels can range from 50%-90% in a crawlspace, which are perfect conditions for mold to grow. Crawl space encapsulation will help prevent mold in and around a home, leaving less allergens in the air.

Why Choose Hydraway?


Industry’s highest compressive strength


Industry’s highest in-flow rate


Industry’s highest compressive strength


No known product failures


Ease of installation means lower total installed cost


Removes water 70% faster than traditional methods of drainage

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Tim Comb


Tim is the President of Intech Anchoring and has 25 years of experience in the Civil Engineering and Geostructural Industry. Tim has developed extensive industry knowledge by working to support the needs of specialty contractors at each and every business level. Tim’s diverse industry background has given him exposure to a wide variety civil construction projects, ranging from the simplest residential applications to the most complex commercial and industrial projects. Coupled with a highly skilled and educated team, Tim focuses on providing the highest quality products and solutions to Intech Anchoring’s customers in order to consistently exceed expectations.