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The warm, humid air under the crawlspace will often condense on cold ducting and piping in a crawlspace. The condensation shows just how much moisture is in the air and shows that water is likely soaking in the the porous surfaces of the wood and insulation in the crawlspace. This promotes mold and mildew growth, which is something we never want under a home.
This crawlspace's ground was very damp and shows off where the problems were coming from in the crawlspace. Water vapor comes off of the ground and sticks in the air, until the humidity level gets high enough that it must release the moisture onto other surfaces in the crawlspace.
This was the old liner that the homeowner had laid down previous to our company looking at the crawlspace. This liner really doesn't provide any protection for the crawlspace, as it is extremely thin and is not sealed properly. However, this liner does help you from getting your jeans too dirty!
This picture is a great example of how well our crew lays the CleanSpace. This is just one small area in the crawlspace, but it gives a little bit of a close up to see a little more detail in the work that gets done in the crawlspace.
Here is another view of the crawlspace with the vapor barrier installed. This homeowner decided to have the CleanSpace installed all of the way up the wall, so that even less moisture would get into the crawlspace. You can also see the wrapped piers in the crawlspace.
Another view of the encapsulated crawlspace that was done in this home. This is another close up of the CleanSpace liner that was installed, which is a great testament to the excellent work that our crews do.
This crawl space had a lot of moisture and condensation that began to form on the walls and ceiling. In order to combat this condensation and potential damage, the crawlspace was encapsulated with our CleanSpace liner.