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Wet Crawl Space Insulation

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Wet insulation means that you have a crawl space humidity problem. Humidity is your crawl space's number one enemy. It damages the wood floor joists, promotes mold and mildew growth and can even increase your home's electric bills. If your crawl space insulation is wet and starting to fall, that means that you've had a crawl space humidity problem for a long time.

What Do I Need to Do First?

First you need to find the source or your crawl space moisture issue. Finding the source of the problem involves a thorough inspection of your crawl space and the area surrounding your crawl space foundation.

 

Browse through the various problems signs on this page to learn more. Or just give us a call at 866-370-4816 to request a professional crawl space evaluation, and we'll do the dirty work.

Got Wet Insulation in your Crawl Space?

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Why Do I Have Wet Crawl Space Insulation?

Wet crawl space insulation is caused by crawl space humidity which can be caused by:

Open crawl space vents

Loose crawl space doors

Ground water seeping into your crawl space

Plumbing leaks

Poor drainage on the exterior of your home

The wet crawl space insulation is a haven for mold. And if there's mold in your wet crawl space insulation, chances are there's mold on the floor joists and even wood rot.

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Can I Fix Wet Crawl Space Insulation?

Damp Crawl Space InsulationJust replacing the wet crawl space insulation doesn't address the real problem: crawl space humidity. And if there's mold then fixing your humid crawl space is best left to the professionals since mold removal can be dangerous.

Don't put yourself at risk; have a certified crawl space repair expert come and take a look for free. We have the equipment and training to safely inspect your moldy crawl space. And we'll let you know if the wet crawl space insulation is caused by crawl space humidity and how it can be fixed.

We believe in providing a solution to your problem, and will work with you to find the best solution for your moldy crawl space. Sometimes we'll find that your crawl space doesn't have a problem –or has a problem you can fix – and we'll tell you.


Why Should I Fix My Wet Insulation Problem?

Mold in Crawl SpaceThe air in your crawl space circulates through your entire home. The warm air in your home rises up into the higher sections of your home, which is why your attic's always so warm.

 

As the heat rises it creates a vacuum which pulls the cool air up from your crawl space – cycling it through your home's living space. As air is pulled into your crawl space it's cooled, creating humidity and the cycle continues. "The air in your crawl space is circulated through your entire home. So if you have a moldy crawl space, chances are you're breathing in mold."This is also called the "Stack Effect".

Since the air in your crawl space is circulated through your entire home, you're breathing in mold if you have a moldy crawl space.

If there's mold in your crawl space, the mold spores are being cycled through your home, and if you have crawl space humidity problems then the moisture is also being pulled throughout the rest of your home. Protect your home and health by having your crawl space inspected by a certified repair specialist.

What Do I Do Now?

JES Experts in Crawl Space RepairYour wet crawl space insulation is caused by a moisture problem. Give us a call at 866-370-4816 and request your free crawl space inspection. We'll find the source of your crawl space humidity, show you why your crawl space's health is important and work with you to create the best solution for your home."We don't have pushy salesmen, we have crawl space experts who are there to help you and answer your moldy crawl space repair questions. "

We don't have pushy salesmen, we have crawl space experts who are there to help you and answer your moldy crawl space repair questions. All of our professional crawl space moisture specialists are extensively trained in crawl space moisture management and crawl space repair. So you have only the best helping you find the solution to your wet crawl space.

Wet Crawl Space Insulation Solutions

We offer a variety of solutions for a moldy crawl space, including MoldX, CleanSpace and SaniDry CSB crawl space dehumidifier. These products aren't always the solution to your moldy crawl space problems, so it's important to have a professional crawl space expert assess your individual situation.


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Gross Crawl Space Do you have wet crawl space insulation? Or wondering if that uneven floors is a sign that you have a bigger problem?


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