Your Energy Bill Will Rise

It takes a lot more energy to make humid air feel cool again. As the humidity rises in your crawl space, it’ll evaporate again into the air, then rise up through the rest of your home. That means everyone living in the home will start to feel it.

It’s common for people to feel much more affected by the heat when the warm air also contains a lot of humidity. That means people will want to crank up the air conditioner, which can be hugely impactful on your energy bill.

With significant moisture in your crawl space, you may be spending a significant amount more on your energy bill than you need to. Fixing these problems will let you reduce your energy bill, potentially saving you money every single month.

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