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Protect Your New Home With Crawl Space Encapsulation

Installing the vapor barrier in the crawl space as it’s being built eliminates the need for your contractor to have to maneuver in a cramped space down the line.

Oftentimes, new homes are built with floor-to-floor insulation, including insulation in the crawl space. But while insulation helps to regulate temperature and conserve energy, it doesn’t provide enough moisture protection. Crawl...

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A 10-Point Checklist for Common Crawl Space Building Codes

It would be a mistake to spend the time, money, and effort to rehabilitate your crawl space, only to find out afterwards that the work you did isn’t even up to code.  Code is complicated for many reasons including but not limited to:  finding which codes are applicable to your project and interpreting code the same way as your local inspector.  Determining local code is difficult because there...

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The Benefits to Eliminating Your Crawl Space Vents

For many years, it was believed that crawl spaces needed to be vented. The theory, then, was that vents installed at the foundation between the exterior and crawl space provided benefits such as allowing air exchange, and enabling fresh air to come in while stagnant air moved out. 

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What You Should Know About Fiberglass Insulation Before Installing It in a Crawl Space

I go to a lot of industry conferences, and, regardless of the hired speakers, I enjoy speaking to the contractors the most. Their real-world stories are the true test lab for determining what really works in the field and what doesn’t. And one story I’ve heard many times is about finding improperly-installed fiberglass insulation in customers’ damp and moldy crawl spaces.

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The Ultimate Guide to Common Crawl Space and Waterproofing Terms

If you’re considering renovations in your crawl space or basement, it’s important to know some commonly used terms. That way, whether you’re doing the work yourself and need to pick up some supplies at the hardware store or you want to be able to discuss the installation process with your contractor, you’ll be on solid ground (pun intended).  

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Rescuing a Crawl Space from Improperly Installed Spray Foam

If you’re like many contractors, chances are good that a substantial amount of your time is spent fixing someone else’s work. This is especially true when dealing with crawl spaces, where the finished product is hidden from the light of day. And because it’s so hidden, many homeowners will only pick up the phone when things have gotten so bad that its effects have started to impact other parts...

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Efflorescence or Mold? Identifying the Type of Water Damage in Your Basement or Crawl Space

I heard an unfortunate story recently about a pair of new homeowners who hadn’t properly inspected their basement before they moved in. While the home was mostly in good shape, with a sound roof, a recently remodeled kitchen, and new floors throughout, it only took three months of living there to realize they may have overlooked some troubling signs in their walk-in basement and in the crawl...

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