Improved Air Quality After Crawl Space Encapsulation
Your crawl space has a much bigger impact on your home than you probably realize. Because most crawl spaces are underneath major living areas, the air that inevitably drifts up is only as good as the environment it came from.
What does this mean for you and your home?
A crawl space that is not properly insulated or encapsulated can cause a ton of problems, such as:
- Drafty interiors
- Humidity and moisture on upper floors
- Standing water in the crawl space
- More pests
- Mildewy, dank odors
Once you have your crawl space encapsulated, you can enjoy exceptional air and moisture control that provides:
- Better climate control
- Fewer risks associated with moisture
- Pest prevention
- Improved air quality
One of Crawl Pros main goals is to improve the overall quality of the air in your home, starting from the ground up (literally).
With our crawl space encapsulation services, many homeowners have experienced:
- Fewer colds
- Decreased asthma/allergy symptoms
- Less dust
- Decreased risk of mold exposure
How does encapsulation improve air quality?
Here at Crawl Pros, we follow a precise, thorough encapsulation process that eliminates ground vapor, drafts, and temperature fluctuations.
Our encapsulation professionals ensure that your crawl space is sealed, which prevents contaminants, cold air, and even mold from reaching you in the upper floors of your home.
Because those conditions are eliminated, you’ll notice that you can breathe easier and that you aren’t as likely to catch colds. If you or your children have asthma or allergies, you’ll probably see dramatic improvements in your symptoms. And of course, removing moisture conditions will prevent mold from growing, which prevents exposure to toxic airborne particles.
If you’re ready to breathe easier and have increased temperature control in your home, call us at (866) 673-9626. We provide free consultations for crawl space encapsulation in Puget Sound and now the Vancouver and Portland areas!