Friday, January 23rd, 2015 by Tori Sundberg
When we are venting our crawl spaces with the same air that is outside, our crawl spaces are being filled with humidity. The humid air will reach a point called 'dew point'. This is when there is so much moisture in the air that everything in the crawl space acts like a sponge, soaking up water. Your wood beams then become wet, and start to mold. Your insulation becomes wet and begins to fall. Then people think that there crawl spaces are fine when it starts to warm up. Well, when the warm air comes in, thats when your mold and wood destroying fungi start eating at your home. If your crawl space is dirt, vented, block walls, cracked, bowing, wet, or under any concern call us today to have one our specialist come give you a free written estimate on your crawl space!