Crawl space encapsulation costs depend on a wide range of factors including size, current condition and materials used.
Encapsulating your crawl space is a great home improvement that increases your overall house condition in terms of comfort and energy savings.
So, how much does it cost to encapsulate a crawl space? The average cost is about $5,500, but it can also be as low as $1,500 or as high as $35,000.
The cost really depends on multiple factors such as size, condition, and materials. In order to have a better idea, we will try to break it down for you.
The first thing you should note is the condition of your crawl space. You can’t start work without knowing what your crawl space needs. It’s better to have a general idea of your space before calling in expert advise.
Updating your crawl space for today’s standards increases your home value, just like upgrades to your living area.
The act of increasing a home’s value is usually associated with the more obvious improvements, such as, renovating your kitchen or updating your bathroom fixtures. But did you know that one of the best ways to improve your home value is something that you technically can’t even see?
Crawl space encapsulation adds some serious value to your home, and the following steps will guide you toward that goal.
Completed crawl space encapsulation project.
Does your crawl space meet today’s standards? If you’re like most homeowners, then the answer is likely “no.” Crawl spaces are rarely considered when it comes to updating the home, but upgrading your crawl space is just as important as updating your kitchen or attic.
The following guide will help you understand how to update your crawl space to meet today’s standards.
Clogged sump pump that failed.
Sump pumps are essential for keeping your home dry and free from flooding, excess moisture and water damage. However, sump pumps are not immune to problems; and when these problems occur, it can spell disaster for your home.
The following guide will help you understand the most common sump pump problems that you may face and what you need to do to resolve these issues.
The following are the most common sump pump problems you will face as a homeowner and what you can do about them.
One of our completed crawl space projects with extra thick vapor barrier along the dirt ground and up the support columns.
Most homeowners do not give the crawl space underneath their home a second thought after moving in. But did you know that maintaining your crawl space is essential for keeping your home free of mold, mildew, and unwanted pests?
Let’s take a closer look at why you need to take care of your home’s crawl space by installing a vapor barrier that will waterproof your crawl space against incoming water and moisture.