Crawl Space Moisture Control
Can’t figure out crawl space moisture control? First off, your crawl space isn’t designed to stay dry. From dirt floors to open vents and loose doors; there are many ways for water to enter your crawl space and create problems.
In other words, moisture is your crawl space’s #1 enemy. In general, the extra water creates the ideal environment for mold, wood rot, and bug invasions! With that said, why would you live with something that can be prevented?
Crawl Space Moisture Control – Methods:
In fact, sealing or encapsulating your crawl space keeps the outside elements from entering your crawl space. First, this involves installing a thick vapor barrier over the dirt floor and sealing any vents. Finally, putting in an airtight door and installing a method of moisture control, like a dehumidifier.
To properly seal your crawl space, we recommend installing CrawlSeal and a dehumidifier like JES Dehumidifier. To clarify, CrawlSeal is a 20-mil vapor barrier, which can protect your crawl space from moisture.
Watch This Short Video Explaining Crawl Space Encapsulation
Why Crawl Space Moisture Control Matters
Sooner or later, the air in your crawl space will find its way up into your living areas, via the stack effect. Additionally, if you have a moisture problem in your crawl space, then chances are good that you have a moisture problem in your home.
Furthermore, increased moisture creates the ideal environment for dust mites. Moreover, these microscopic parasites thrive in high humidity areas and are one of the leading contributors to allergy and health problems. Above all, the only way to get rid of the dust mites is to get rid of the humidity.
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