8 Mil DiamondBack™ crawl space floor and wall liner. 13'4"x75'=1000 sq ft rolls. These rolls are folded and then rolled on the core.

This product is subject to a UPS large package handling fee of $9.28 for the first roll of each vapor barrier kind/size.

Retail: $199.99
Price: $184.99
$184.99
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    8M-1340WB

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    Crawl Space Liner- 8 Mil DiamondBack

    Rolls come in 13'4"x75' long, 1000 square feet, folded in half and ships as a 7' roll.

    This crawl space liner is an American Made, string reinforced polyethylene vapor barrier that is white on one side and black on the other. It is perfect for the crawl space that is on a budget and/or will get minimal traffic. It is highly recommended to install the Felt550™ to protect your investment if you plan to use this vapor barrier on the floor. This 8 mil crawl space liner is a great choice for encapsulating the walls & supports, then use the 12 Mil GuardianLiner™ or 20 Mil GuardianLiner™ on the floor.

    Don't forget to test for Radon Gas!
    • 8 Mil string reinforced
    • 1000 sq ft rolls
    • Rolls are shipped 84" long after the vapor barrier is folded
    • Black side is rolled out to keep the white side clean
    Overall Customer Rating of 7 Reviews:
    5.00
    wellsville pa

    8 m vapper barrier

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    vary good product for the money .and shipping was great

    Virginia

    Very Happy with the Quality

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    This is to let you know I am very happy with the quality of your product and the fast shipping. I certainly would recommend your product to others.

    Virginia

    Top Quality & Quick Shipping

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    The shipping was very quick and the material was packaged very good. I haven't finished yet, but the material is top quality and very easy to work with. I saved thousands of dollars by doing it myself. I would recommend CrawlSpace Repair to any one.

    smithfield va.

    homeowner

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    I was given a quote of $4500. to install a vapor barrier in a 35ft.x45ft. crawlspace, so I decided to try to do it myself. I found crawlspace repair .com on the internet. I decided to use the 12mil. vapor barrier instead of the 6mil. that the quote was for. It was not hard to install, if fact it only took a few days by myself. The end result looks very professional and total cost was less than $1000. This is an excellent product and I would recommend it to all.

    Bolivar Mo.

    Happy

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    I should not have waited so long. Used 6mill on side walls and 20 mill on floor. Very bright and a pleasure to go under house now. Easy to install and Larry at Crawl space repair was very helpful. Great product and $5000 dollars less than a local company wanted for lesser product.

    Columbus, Ohio

    Vapor barrier.

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    I wasn't sure about buying because of the expense, but it's an excellent product. It's much stronger than a simple sheet of plastic. It arrived quickly, it's easy to cut and handle. Being white, it also brightens up the space, so I can better see what I've stored there. I'm very happy with it. The end result looks very professional.

    Knoxville TN

    Love the outcome

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    I have to say, I was a little anxious to tackle this type of job for the first time. Once the products arrived, I had to sit and visualize the proper way to unroll the wrap, to ensure I wouldn't have to try swapping ends and such with it unrolled. Once I had my plan, the instal went pretty well. Luckily, my crawlspace has enough room for me to just have to squat or sit at the smallest section, so getting around to do the work was not so bad. The tape allowed me to do it myself, and control the layout. All in all, I am very pleased with the quality of the wrap, the tape, and the seam tape. The end result is almost like having a new house! It looks clean, bright, and invites gawks and stares from family and friends. Thanks for the helpful vids too. One suggestion would be to have a video that has hints on: best way to start; which way it will unroll; doing the corners; etc... for newbies like me!