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Crawl space encapsulation is a process of lining your crawl space with heavy-duty polyethylene. The polyethylene barrier covers and seals the floors, walls, and, in some cases, the ceiling of your crawl space. Similar to pool lining, installing a water vapor barrier will turn your crawl space into a clean, dry space.
Yes, you can benefit from crawl space encapsulation. Encapsulation is a great way to improve energy efficiency and provide cleaner air inside your home.
Crawl space encapsulation is important because it can provide many benefits, including improved air quality, increased energy efficiency, and reduced mold, mildew, and insect infestations.
It may not seem like it, but you actually do breathe the air from your crawl space via ducts, cracks, and other openings. Encapsulation helps improve indoor air quality by preventing mold, pollen, pollution, and other contaminants from entering.
Yes, there are different ways to encapsulate a crawl space. The most common method is to install a vapor barrier over the dirt floor and walls of the crawl space. This barrier is usually made of heavy-duty polyethylene and is sealed with tape .
Another method is to use spray foam insulation on the walls and ceiling of the crawl space. This method is more expensive than using a vapor barrier but provides better insulation.
It does this by preventing water from building up along the foundation of your home. You can enjoy hardwood and tile floors that are comfortable to walk on all year. Encapsulation adds a layer of insulation that keeps your floors warmer during the winter months and cooler in the summer.
Providing crawl space encapsulation services in metro Atlanta as well as the following counties: Coweta, Fayette, Meriwether, and Heard Counties.