*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
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 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
Tips on How To Keep Insulation From Falling Down In The Crawl Space Your crawl space is the area of your home that requires insulation to seal out moisture, heat, and ac leaks. When it fails to stay intact, it can lead to a soggy, nasty mess that allows mold to colonize on the wood
Energy Bills – Ways To Save You can maximize savings on energy bills while protecting your home and staying safe. Here are a few tips to save money on your heating. Insulation You want to keep your family warm this winter. Any cracks in the foundation, walls or crawlspace allow warm air to leak out.
Do I need to spend the money to encapsulate my crawl space? It seems just fine. This mindset may cost you in the future. Since we do not see our crawl space every day, foundation damage may occur without us ever knowing. Not only does a leak in your crawlspace create potential health hazards, but
Have you noticed any bowing in your floors or vibrations as you walk across a room? When dealing with an older dwelling, if you are experiencing either of these, it may be an indication of a deeper problem originating from beneath the house. Many homes in the Southeast have been built with a crawl space