Crawlspace Waterproofing in Fenton, MI
An essential step in building a healthy, energy-efficient house is installing crawlspace systems. Our crawlspace encapsulation solutions give homeowners a sealed crawl space that lowers energy expenses and guards against harmful airborne allergens, deadly mold, dangerous dampness, and earth gases like radon.
Your crawl space will be properly sealed with our Crawl Space System encapsulation materials. A dry, clean room created by a sealed and insulated crawl space offers instant advantages. The long-term “Whole Home Health” advantages of removing or lowering dangerous soil gases, radon gas, and mold linked with homes with unsealed crawlspaces are even more significant.
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Facts about Fenton, MI
Fenton is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan that lies mostly in Genesee County, with small portions in neighboring Oakland County and Livingston County. It is part of the Flint, MI Metropolitan Statistical Area, which in turn, is included in the Detroit-Warren-Ann Arbor, MI Combined Statistical Area.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 7.00 square miles (18.13 km2), of which 6.68 square miles (17.30 km2) is land and 0.32 square miles (0.83 km2) (4.57%) is water.
Numerous municipalities in Michigan span two counties, but Fenton is one of two municipalities in the state of Michigan to span three counties; the other being the capital city of Lansing.
US Highway 23 runs north and south through the west side of the city as a freeway. The original routing of US 23 ran northeasterly along Shiawassee Avenue to Leroy Street, then northerly along Leroy to the northern edge of the city. The portion of old US 23 south of Silver Lake Road, along with Silver Lake Road itself westerly back to US 23, was designated a business route of US 23 in 1958, before being removed as a state trunkline in 2006.
As of the 2010 census, the city population was 11,756. The city was incorporated from Fenton Township in Genesee County, and the city and township are administratively autonomous. Fenton includes several historic buildings. It was home to the first aviation school in Michigan and the A.J. Phillips Fenton Museum.
WHERE TO FIND US:
6915 E. Allen Road
Fenton, Michigan 48430