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Why Seattle Residents Love Crawl Space Cleaning

By Mike on October 22, 2015

The crawl space is generally not a very fun place to be. The cramped quarters, proximity to the ground, and the surrounding insulation make the whole experience pretty unpleasant for most people. For Seattle residents with dirty crawl spaces, the situation is made even worse. Unkempt crawl spaces are known to be wet, muddy, cramped,

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Preparing for Winter – Is Your House Insulated?

By Mike on October 15, 2015

The winter season holds the promise of cold winds, heavy rain, and frosty mornings for families in Seattle and Tacoma. While many people excitedly anticipate the opportunity to bundle up in their warm jackets, scarves, boots, and gloves to brave the fall and winter weather, it can be frustrating when these cold conditions follow you

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How to Keep Your Crawl Space Dry in Winter

By Mike on September 30, 2015

Fall and winter are among some of the wettest seasons for Seattle and Tacoma residents. While rain is a staple of Washington weather, these moist conditions can impact the integrity and value of many Pacific Northwest crawl spaces. The crawl space is a critical part of your home and it’s important to keep this area

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Insulating Your Home: What Is The Stack Effect?

By Mike on July 22, 2015

The term ‘stack effect’ is not one that most would encounter in their everyday lives. Many people are surprised, however, to find that the stack effect takes place in their very homes every single day and can significantly impact the temperature and air quality of their homes. Answering the Question The stack effect is the

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3 Best Types of Crawl Space Insulation for Tacoma Residents

By Mike on July 13, 2015

Tacoma homes are regularly exposed to varying moisture levels in addition to the natural summer and winter weather conditions. Without adequate or appropriate crawl space insulation, air and heat can be allowed to travel through the walls, reducing a home’s energy efficiency. In addition, crawl spaces that are not properly cleaned out and insulated allow

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How to Protect Crawl Space Insulation from Dangerous Humidity Levels

By Mike on July 8, 2015

High humidity in your crawl space will cause serious issues to your home. Not only will it put stress on the crawl space beams and weaken the structure of your home, but it can do serious damage to your crawl space insulation. To avoid this threat, Tacoma homeowners can take preventative measures to ensure that

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Clean Crawls Receives PSE 2015 Award for Energy Services

By Mike on June 23, 2015

This year, Clean Crawls was honored to receive the 2015 Weatherization Award from Puget Sound Energy (PSE) for being one of the top performers in the Puget Sound region over the past year. The services that Clean Crawls has been able to provide for hundreds of Puget Sound families has enabled them to save money

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What is Safe to Store in Your Crawl Space

By Mike on May 20, 2015

Sometimes our homes just aren’t big enough to hold all of our stuff, and storage space can be hard to come by. In situations like these, many people turn to their crawl spaces and consider the storage possibilities. This big, dark, empty space can be ideal for storing unnecessary items that can safely remain out

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