"As always, check your state code. If you're using HVAC air, you may be required to insulate the walls of your crawl space. That could lead to higher initial costs than just getting the dehumidifier.
While insulated and conditioned…"
"Well, there are so many factors to review with your local code enforcement:
1. 3" gap at top of insulation from foundation wall
2. insulation offset from ground
3. appropriateness of foam board insulation in crawlspace (Thermax, for example,…"
"Works great, when it's done RIGHT!
Familiarize yourself with your state code. if you convert to a sealed crawl space you'll need to do something to condition the space and control moisture/humidity. We use a dehum. down here, but…"
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