Typical crawl spaces like this one are moldy, foul-smelling spaces that homeowners avoid at all cost. Many of them flood, and they're often filled with debris. In more extreme cases, they can be rotting structures with rodents, animals, and other pests living within.
Commonly located under the home, crawl spaces are usually very humid and damp areas of the home because of their unfortunate location. Many crawl spaces suffer from structural problems because they're typically built with no concern towards their primary weakness - humidity.
This picture shows the extent of the humidity and water in the crawlspace. This water, left unchecked, can lead to future problems like mold, rot, or sagging floors.
To dehumidify the crawlspace, we installed a SaniDry CX. The SaniDry can remove up to 90 pints of water per day in your crawl space, without ever needed to have its collection tray emptied.
The CleanSpace vapor barrier that we installed in this home is an effective solution to keeping the crawl space dry because it prevents moisture from passing through the floors and concrete walls of traditional crawl space structures.
Underneath the CleanSpace liner is our crawlspace drainage matting, which redirects water to the drainage system from the crawlspace floor.
When we arrived at this Andover, CT crawlspace, it was a wet and dirty place. The air leaks were causing humidity in the home and energy costs to rise. By encapsulating and insulating the crawlspace, we were able to turn it from a costly, wet space into an energy efficient area!
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