If you start looking at the prices of crawl space dehumidifiers compared to portable dehumidifiers, you may be shocked to find out how big the range is between the units. The prices can range anywhere from $250 to $2500 and it can quickly become confusing which option is best for you. Is it really necessary to have a crawl space dehumidifier, or could you get by with a single room dehumidifier?
Almost 100% of the time it ends up being worth investing a little bit more money for the…Continue
Added by Kit Yturralde on August 31, 2016 at 7:23am — No Comments
A homes crawl space is one of the few places most homeowners try to avoid at all cost, and for good reason. They are dark, nasty, wet, smelly places for the most part. Because of this, most homeowners take an "out of sight out of mind" approach to their homes crawl space. But homeowners who have issues such as standing water, mold, foundation problems, and structural wood damage do not have the luxury of ignoring their crawl space. Ignoring crawl space issues such as those mentioned can lead…Continue
Added by Adam Swain on June 21, 2016 at 5:09pm — No Comments
Maintaining a dry crawl space is one of the most important steps a homeowner can take to help prevent costly repairs down the road. A wet crawl space can lead to mold growth, structural wood rot, musty smells, and even foundation failure. These types of problems can also be caused by excessive moisture in a crawl space. Standing water or even excessive moisture in a crawl space can be caused by a few different reasons. During heavy rains water can seep up into the crawl space from the dirt…Continue
Added by Adam Swain on February 1, 2016 at 4:02pm — No Comments
One of the most expensive aspects of being a homeowner, other than a mortgage, is money spent toward heating and cooling your home. It becomes a balancing act of sorts, trying to find that perfect comfort level in your home. As many homeowners know, finding that comfort level proves even more difficult with the more people living in your home.
As homeowners we look for every advantage to achieve this comfort level while at the same time trying to save money on our energy cost. This…Continue
Added by Adam Swain on October 22, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
Many homeowners searching the internet for crawlspace repair information end up in home repair forums. While there is some good information out there, there are many examples of bad and outdated advice related to repairing crawlspaces. I have witnessed firsthand the results of unprofessional crawlspace repair and would like to set the record straight on what I consider to be the worst 5 crawlspace repairs I've seen.
1. Adding more foundation vents…