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Crawlspace encapsulation is often the most effective solution to address a crawlspace with earthen floors when an HVAC system is located in the crawlspace. Encapsulation entails installing a thick vapor barrier sealed at all seams and insulating the foundation walls with closed cell spray foam. Encapsulating the crawlspace improves air quality and ensures the floors are not cold in winter months. Crawlspace encapsulation minimizes heating costs and extends the life of the HVAC and duct work systems. Additionally, this top notch insulation technique keeps bugs and critters from entering the home from below.

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Breathe Easy With Enhanced Indoor Air Quality

Combining a vapor barrier and closed-cell spray foam insulation will help prevent moisture and humidity from entering the home. High humidity can lead to mildew and mold growth. Mold spores are a significant health concern for everyone, and once a mold colony forms, it must be addressed by professionals. Taking steps to avoid this is critical for a healthy home.

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Protect Your Home From Pests and Rodents

A properly encapsulated crawlspace with closed-cell spray foam insulation can also help keep pests and rodents out of your home. This prevents damage and reducing the need for pest control measures.

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