Crawl spaces are humid, dark places where mold grows, wood rots, and bad air accumulates, eventually making it into your house above. They contribute to energy inefficiency, unnecessary home repairs, and even health problems.

Fortunately, crawl space encapsulation is a cost-effective process that locks out unwanted moisture and keeps your crawl space from causing complications.


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Four Steps to Control Humidity

There are four steps to controlling the humidity that builds up in crawl spaces. First, drain any groundwater by installing a proper interior drainage system, if needed. Second, encapsulate the crawl space to isolate it from the soil underneath. Third, block moist air from getting into the crawl space by closing vents, joints, and gaps. Lastly, install a dehumidifier.

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Real Crawl Space Waterproofing

Many companies offer crawl space waterproofing but don’t do it to our standard. When we encapsulate a crawl space, we use 12-millimeter-thick plastic and seal any cracks, seams, and vents with spray foam and caulk to lock out all moisture from the surrounding atmosphere and soil. Doing it any other way may help reduce moisture levels in a crawl space, but it won’t make it truly waterproof.

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