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Category: crawl space encapsulation

Encapsulation Vs Vapor Barrier What Is Ideal For Your Crawl Space?
Posted on November 15, 2022

Crawl space Encapsulation refers to the narrow and vacant area present beneath your house. It is much similar to a basement but smaller in size. So, you only have the option to do a little in this space.  You can decide to leave this space empty. But, it is not a good idea as it

Where to Check for Leaks
Posted on October 31, 2022

Leaks in your crawlspace are a pain to repair. The biggest challenge is locating the source of those leaks. Looking for leaks and repairing the damage will prevent long-term damage and airborne illnesses from infiltrating the home. The question is, where to check for leaks?  Sources of Leaking There is a multitude of water sources

Why Should You Spend Money On Crawl Space Encapsulation?
Posted on October 10, 2022

If your home has a vented crawl space encapsulation, you may be paying more for power without even being aware. Crawl spaces with vents, once considered valuable home components, are now known to present more issues than benefits.  The crawl space under your house might not contain the ghosts or monsters you imagined as a

Removing Animals from Your Crawlspace
Posted on September 30, 2022

*A family pet is one thing. You can remove them gently from your crawlspace, but a wild animal is another matter altogether. Not only is removing an animal from your crawlspace a lifesaver for them, but it will also keep your family safe and protect your home. Remember to shut your crawlspace door even when

How To Use Crawl Space Encapsulation To Protect Your Health And Get Rid Of Unpleasant Smells?
Posted on September 19, 2022

Combating Bad Crawl Space Encapsulation Odors A musty or nasty smell in your home is one of the telltale signs that your crawl space is giving you trouble. Most homeowners won’t enter their crawl space for the duration of their own because they believe it to be a waste of space. Many homeowners won’t check

Five Problems To Fix In Your Basement With Crawl Space Encapsulation
Posted on August 15, 2022

Crawl space Encapsulation is a prime spot of your house as around 50 percent of the air you breathe in your home flows up from this space. Due to this reason, you must keep your crawl space as dry and clean as possible.  Again, it is essential to note that the vented crawl spaces can

Vapor Barrier For Your Crawl Space
Posted on July 31, 2022

Vapor Barrier Are you thinking about installing a vapor barrier in your crawl space but are not sure it will be enough for your home? Or should you completely encapsulate your crawl space? Knowing more about encapsulation will help you to decide which is right for you. The first thing you need to know about

Crawl Space Dehumidifier – Does Your Home Need One?
Posted on July 30, 2022

Crawl Space Dehumidifiers Crawl space moisture can be a problem for homeowners who live in damp, humid climates. Depending on the extent of moisture, your home may become permanently damaged. Foundation repairs can reach the ten-thousand-dollar price range. Foundation repair wisdom says to prevent the damage with encapsulation. What happens when you cannot currently afford

Crawl Space Encapsulation Guide: Answer To Keep Your Home Healthy
Posted on July 21, 2022

Crawl Space Encapsulation will make your home warmer during the winter and cooler during the summer.  A well-insulated crawl space is the best way to keep your house off the ground. If you reside in a place with a humid or cold environment, the foundation is essential since it prevents any water from piling up.

Why Is Crawl Space Encapsulation Necessary For Your Home?
Posted on June 20, 2022

Crawl areas or Crawl Space Encapsulation are found in roughly 20% of newly constructed homes in the United States. These areas hold your home’s HVAC, electrical, plumbing, gas lines, and irrigation system, among other things. Moisture-related concerns, such as mold and mildew, are common in homes with open vented crawl areas. These problems might jeopardize

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