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Crawl Space Repair & Encapsulation

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I was told the other guys will cut the barrier to fit my crawl space, do you do that?

by | Wednesday, November 12, 2014 |

We heard about this some time ago, and the short answer is NO. Here’s why, every crawl space is different and takes a slightly different approach to do it right. The other guys would have you believe that you must take our product into the crawl space as a full roll and somehow man handle it to fit your crawl space. That our products are too big and bulky to efficiently work with in such a tight area and that it is nearly impossible to do. So, they will cut each piece of their product for you...

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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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Crawl Space Moisture, Condensation and Humidity Problems

by | Tuesday, October 7, 2014 |

Creating a conditioned crawl space or an encapsulated crawl space is a newer technology that greatly improves the air quality in your home, eliminates costly structure problems, and eliminates the environment in which mold, fungus, bacteria and insects thrive. Years ago before nearly every home had air conditioning, homeowners opened the windows for fresh air which reduced these symptoms. A home is designed to "breathe" moving air toward the roof and out the roof vents. Would it surprise you to...

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Crawl Space Foundation Vents, Can You Really Seal Them Up?

by | Tuesday, August 12, 2014 |

Homes built on a crawl space needs ventilation! Right? Right! Notice I did not say “Needs vents”, that’s because a crawl space does not need the foundation vents (that go outdoors) if, and I quote:IRC 2006 and 2009, Section 408.3Unvented crawlspace Ventilation openings in under-floor spaces specified in Sections R408.1 and R408.2 shall not be required where:Continuously operated mechanical exhaust ventilation at a rate equal to 1.0 cfm (0.47 L/s) for each 50 ft² (4.7 m²) of crawlspace floor...

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