This crawl space was pumped full of cellulose back in the 1980's in an effort to make the room above more comfortable. Long story short, it didn't work and we were called out to help this customer reclaim her guest bedroom.
With the combination of a thorough clean out, CleanSpace and spray foam insulation installation, we have made this room more comfortable and also improved the air quality and health in the home.
In the winter, there is cold air circulating directly beneath your living space which can make floors chilly, forcing you to pay more to heat your house. To help this Grosse Pointe homeowner be warmer, we used a specialized process which is often referred to as crawl space encapsulation.
During the encapsulation process, all crawl space access doors and vent openings are sealed with airtight removable covers. Heavy-duty moisture barriers are installed against foundation walls and over the floor. Rigid foam insulation, installed against foundation walls, completes the process of totally separating the crawl space interior from exterior conditions. Instead of a dark, damp space that causes comfort, energy and durability problems, an encapsulated crawl space can be a positive feature that enhances comfort and home value.
This is a super knee wall that was completed in Wyandotte using Silverglo and spray foam insulation. This made the clients bedroom more comfortable.
Spray foam insulation expands like magic as soon as you apply it. The foam sticks to everything, including skin and hair! Even though the foam insulation that Blanket applies is slightly different than canned foam, the benefits are the same. Spray foam is the only insulation that seals as well as insulates, so it often eliminates the need for separate air-sealing steps. Because of its expanding nature, spray foam excels at filling gaps, cracks and cavities, eliminating the energy-sapping "voids" that can occur when installing other types of insulation.
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