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5 Reasons Why You Need to Install a Crawl Space Vapor Barrier Now In Your Seattle House

By Mike on April 6, 2019

The crawl space beneath your home contains a dirt floor which is generally damp. This moisture in the dirt floor will evaporate and then seep into the air beneath your home. Unfortunately,  the added moisture increases the risk of mildew, mold, insects, rust, and rot in your home. Crawl space vapor barriers are a valuable

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Customer of the Month: John Kook Earns a Quick $100 Gift Card

By Mike on October 2, 2017

This month, Clean Crawls is thanking John Kook for his positive attitude about his crawl space DIY project experience. John was impressed enough with our speed of execution and overall quality, that he left us a fantastic 5-star review on our Google Profile. To show our appreciation of John we have named him Customer of the Month! This

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Why You Need to Address Crawl Space Problems Immediately

By Mike on July 18, 2017

Many people have crawl space problems, but don’t take the time to address these issues in their crawl space. Unfortunately, if you don’t fix your crawl space problems quickly, you will experience health issues and damage to your home. The longer you ignore these issues also means that the price to fix the damage will

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How to Prevent Mold in Your Attic and Crawl Space

By Mike on June 29, 2017

Homeownership! The dream of having a space that is all your own, that you can decorate as you see fit, raise your kids in, and carve out a little piece of the American dream in is something we all desire when we think of owning a home. Having many years of family dinners, holidays with

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Reduce Pollution in Your Home: Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

By Mike on February 17, 2017

Establishing and maintaining a healthy living environment means keeping a clean house in both the places you can see and those you can’t. Spaces like your attic and crawl space have a huge impact on your indoor air quality. Keeping these areas clean is key to preventing respiratory issues and other health problems caused by

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There’s Water in My Crawl Space; What Now?

By Mike on May 20, 2016

Finding water in your crawl space is always an unpleasant surprise. Many homeowners don’t frequent their crawl spaces often, if ever. This means that water is usually discovered after a flood or heavy rainfall, or it can be due to unpleasant smells issuing from beneath the floorboards. If you’re in this boat, never fear! The Clean

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5 Reasons Your Home Needs a Vapor Barrier

By Mike on April 19, 2016

An ordinary crawl space might house any number of systems, and they need just as much protection as you do. What goes on inside your crawl space? It’s not just a vacant, or mostly vacant, area underneath the house. Some houses have HVAC ductwork down there, and some have wiring and plumbing. Some have none

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Winter Rains and Vapor Barriers: Why Crawl Space Conditions are Critical in Winter

By Mike on October 30, 2015

Washington is a very wet state. While we don’t rank high in how much rain we get, the rain that falls lasts a long time in the form of groundwater and moisture in our air. Winter is especially a season packed with cloudy skies and wet weather. The effects of this wet winter weather can

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