Getting Ready to Encapsulate Your Crawl Space? Estimate the Vapor Barrier Material (and Cost) in 5 Simple Steps
5 Reasons Why the Summer Months, With Hot, Humid Temperatures, Can Lead to Crawl Space Problems that Affect the Entire Home
Additional Storage Space and Better Efficiency Wows Prospective Homebuyers When Investment Property Developer Encapsulates Crawl Space on His Own
Jeff Barnett has been in the investment property game for some time, but a three-bedroom, 1,900 sq. ft. home in Temple, Texas represented the first time he’s truly gone on his own: a solo project.
Make Your Home More Comfortable in the Colder Months with Our Free Crawl Space Winterization Checklist
Encapsulating your crawl space is a great way to improve the condition and value of your home.
Weigh Your Options Before Committing to Your Next Home Improvement Project
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 is the overarching International Residential Code (IRC) that acts as a baseline for proper building code requirements, but there are also local building codes that may differ from the national requirements.
Why Eliminating, Sealing, or Closing Crawl Space Vents in Conjunction With a Crawl Space Vapor Barrier Can Help Contribute to a More Durable, Efficient, and Healthy Home.
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