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How to Install A Crawl Space Drain System

by | Thursday, April 23, 2015 |

Crawl Space Drain Systems Dig the trench 5-6" deep or deep enough to keep the drain pipe level and below the crawl space soil line Do not put dirt on top of the drain tile, leave it open or covered with pea stone Do not dig the trench at a slope to the basin, this will cause erosion and your pipe will be to deep for the basin You should bury the entire drain pipe in pea stone if: it does not have a “sock” on the pipe. the soil is mostly clay. you are concerned about clogging If the drain pipe...

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How To Close Crawl Space Foundation Vents

by | Wednesday, March 25, 2015 |

Although it may seam more difficult to close your foundation vent with a concrete block it is actually not that hard and far more cost effective. The franchise companies sell their “vent covers” for around $25 each. To close your vent with a cement block will cost you about $3. Vent covers will not keep out the winter temperatures or keep the mice out (I have see them chew through metal). Cement block are easily accessible at you local home improvement center as well as the mortar or cement...

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How to Install Foundation Pins™

by | Saturday, February 7, 2015 |

Installing the Foundation Pins™ may seem like it is too hard or unnecessary, but I assure you it is needed in order for your investment to last the many years you are expecting it to. Caulks, adhesives and just plain goop will not hold anyones liner to the wall for long without a mechanical fastener. If it could be done without any permanent fasteners, then all of the professional installation crews out there would be doing it without them, but they are not. The installation is as simple as...

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Installation Of The Foundation Seal Tape™

by | Thursday, October 16, 2014 |

Like any tape you want to make sure the surface is clean and dry. A small hand broom works well and will get the job done. A steel wire brush is too coarse and will cause unneeded surface dust. The only time this tape won’t work is when the foundation block is either damp or dirty. If it is to damp to stick you can use a polyurethane caulk to seal the crawl space liner to the foundation after the foundation pins are installed. When used properly this tape will save you hours and give you a...

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