Crawl Space Encapsulation
Crawl space encapsulation is rapidly becoming a standard for any contractor or homeowner with a nasty crawl space. Encapsulating a crawl space includes sealing it up to protect the area from the exterior elements of nature. By completely closing off the outside elements, you will reduce your energy usage, and also rid the crawl space of bugs and critters. Once the encapsulation system is completely in place, the crawl space area can become an excellent storage area.
The main reason to encapsulate a crawl space is to create a controlled environment. You will save on energy costs in addition to adding more usable space. Contact Mr. Basement today for a free crawl space encapsulation estimate.
WhiteCap™ Crawl Space Vapor Barrier - Our vapor barrier is a 20-mil thick liner with a mold resistance inhibitor built-in. This liner is used on dirt crawl spaces and on the walls. The liner completely stops any moisture or vapors from creeping into a home's air. When totally encapsulated, this vapor barrier system protects your home from poor air quality, bugs, and rodents.more
Spray Foam Insulation - This is perhaps the most exciting recent option for our customers who are encapsulating their crawl spaces. Consider adding quality spray foam insulation to ensure your crawl space is as energy efficient as it can be. Spray foam insulation is a product that will last, will not rot or break down, and will save you on your energy bills.more
Santa Fe Dehumidifier™ - A smaller version of the full basement dehumidifier is the crawl space version by Santa Fe™. This powerful unit removes water very efficiently and will have any musty crawl space smelling fresh and clean in no time. Knowing that air in a crawl space eventually ends up in your living area makes it essential that you use a dehumidifier so you keep humidity levels below 60%. This ensures that your living space remains drier and the air you breathe is healthy.more