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Charlotte, NC Crawl Space Services

Crawl Space Service and repair in Charlotte

Phantom Contractors is the leading crawl space repair service provider in Charlotte, NC. Our experienced team of specialists can provide solutions to restoring your crawl space to a more healthy environment. We are equipped with the latest tools and technology in order to inspect, diagnose, and repair your crawl space using materials specifically designed for the long-term integrity of your home.

Our services allow homeowners living in Charlotte peace of mind knowing their crawl spaces are maintained – providing a safe place to live and eliminating costly future repairs. Phantom Contractors is sure to meet all of your crawl space needs!

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The largest city in the state of North Carolina, Charlotte is an excellent place to live. It is consistently ranked by reputable sources (including U.S. News and World Report) as one of the best places to live in the United States.

With a productive job market and therefore a fairly low unemployment rate, Charlotte’s key industries include health care, financial services, technology, and transportation. Plus, nearly 20 Fortune 1000 companies are headquartered in the region. Charlotte is also one of the largest banking centers in the nation, trailing only New York City.

The cost of living is near the national average, despite the large population, making it a reasonable place to live, money-wise. With access to excellent education, for both children and those seeking higher education, not to mention a vibrant nightlife and plenty of family-friendly activities, Charlotte is a great option if you’re looking for a new city to live in.

If snow isn’t your favorite, but you still enjoy the other changing seasons, Charlotte, North Carolina is a fantastic option for you. July is the hottest month, hitting in the 80’s on average, and January is the chilliest, usually sitting in the 40’s. 

But spring is beautiful and fairly typical, with March being a little cooler in the 50’s, but warming up to the 80’s by the end of May. If you’re looking to visit, the end of spring is a great time, since the major heat and humidity haven’t struck yet.

As far as fall goes, though, Charlotte does the changing of the leaves along with mild temperatures perfectly. Tailgating or simply enjoying the outdoors is an absolute pleasure in the fall!

Charlotte tends to be known as a powerful banking, commerce, and finance hub. Outside of banking, Charlotte is also known for its museums that celebrate the art and culture of the city, professional sports teams and their venues (football, basketball, and baseball), unique and fun neighborhoods, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, outdoor fun around Lake Wylie, and so much more.

Lake Wylie is a manmade lake, but the foliage in the fall is breathtaking and the variety of activities around it are numerous and varied. With nearby restaurants, bowling lanes, and an arcade situated near the shore, you don’t have to be outdoorsy to enjoy a day near the lake. But for those who love sunshine and water, enjoy a hike through the nature preserve, participate in a variety of water sports, go for a swim, or even camp. But no matter how you choose to enjoy your day, don’t miss the gorgeous sunset.

As is common with large cities, Charlotte definitely has affluent neighborhoods. The median household income of the top ten most affluent neighborhoods in Charlotte is over $1.3 million. The richest neighborhood in Charlotte is Eastover, with a median household income of over $220,000. 

Since Charlotte is known as a business, banking, and all around financial hub in the United States, it makes sense that this city would have some affluence. Being a large city, and one of the top 20 cities to live in in the United States, Charlotte also has more affordable neighborhoods to live in and has many family-friendly areas as well.

Consistently ranked as a top place in the United States to retire by Forbes, Charlotte, North Carolina also has one of the hottest real estate markets. As baby boomers start retiring en masse between 2010 and 2030, you can expect that a good percentage of them will find a home in Charlotte.

The weather alone is a great draw. With mild winters that involve very little, if any snow and summers that don’t quite reach sweltering, the climate is perfect for retirees. Between indoor fitness centers and outdoor natural areas, it is simple to keep up an exercise regimen year round. 

Another draw for retirees would be the abundant social opportunities. With lots of museums and other cultural activities, sports arenas, and music halls, as well as the different restaurant options, you will be hard pressed to be bored any time of year.

While the cost of living is about 1.8% higher than the national average, it’s no wonder that New Yorkers are moving to Charlotte in droves. It’s more than 75% cheaper to live in Charlotte compared to NYC. 

It’s actually cheaper to live in Charlotte compared to most major cities in the nation, so as far as large cities go, Charlotte is quite affordable.

Simply put, yes, Charlotte, North Carolina does occasionally see hurricanes. Situated in the hurricane belt (which also includes Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Tennessee), August and September tend to be the busiest months for hurricanes. 

Technically speaking, North Carolina has been hit by more hurricanes than any state except Florida. But with Charlotte being 200 miles inland, the city has only been hit by around 30 hurricanes since 1930 so it is a very low risk area.

In Mecklenburg County, around 5% of the land is marked as a regulatory floodplain. Both residential and commercial properties are located within the floodplain. While most are located above the 100-year flood level, many homes and businesses are affected during heavy rain events. 

So while Charlotte may see flooding, much of the city is not located within the floodplain. Nevertheless, excess water will be found with heavy rainfall as well as remnants of hurricanes or other heavy storms. It’s always a good idea to do your research before purchasing a home and make sure if flood insurance is recommended, you take it.

Yes! Charlotte not only has a plethora of family-friendly neighborhoods (such as Blakeney, where the schools are top-notch, there are plenty of family-oriented amenities, and the residents are kind and welcoming), there is tons to do in the city. 

Head uptown (what most cities call “downtown”) to Discovery Place for a fun and educational experience for children of all ages. Head to Southeast Charlotte to the Big Air Trampoline Park where kids and adults of all ages can play off some energy. South Charlotte also has Carowinds for an outdoor amusement park with a lot of North Carolina culture. Many more adventures await your family in Charlotte!

No. There is no place to see wild animals in the city of Charlotte, NC. However, there are some incredible zoos and other animal attractions nearby!

Around an hour and a half from Charlotte is the North Carolina Zoo. One of only a few state-owned zoos in the nation, it is the biggest walk-through zoo in the world! More than 500 acres in size, you can see over 1,600 different animals 364 days a year. 

The Riverbanks Zoo is about the same amount of time in a different direction, but features not only the zoo, but an aquarium and botanical garden as well.

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