Having a clean crawl space is vital to maintaining healthy air quality in your Seattle home. Many people have crawl spaces but very often they are ignored, leading to diminishing home air quality. This poor air quality causes toxins and germs to invade your home, potentially causing health issues for you and your family.
It’s important to us at Clean Crawls that your crawl space is clean and promotes the health and longevity of your home. We offer crawl space cleaning, insulation, and restoration for homeowners in the Seattle area. It is our prerogative to clean your crawl space to the utmost quality, and our years of experience allow us to do that properly and efficiently.
Crawl Space Cleaning in Seattle
Our team of crawl space cleaning experts strive to return your crawl space to its maximum energy efficiency and cleanliness level. Listed below are some of the tasks we will complete in order to effectively clean your crawl space.
Remove dirty crawl space insulation
Remove growing fungi
Clear any debris
Clean feces left by rodents and other animals
Throw out and clear rotten wood
Clean anything else that may impair air quality
Crawl Space Insulation Installation
After your crawl space is clean, it will need to be reinsulated. About 40% of the air in your home is coming from the crawl space, so it is vital that the air circulating from the crawl space is clean and moisture free. By insulating the crawl space properly, you can ensure that the air you’re breathing is clean, promoting good health and a reduced energy bill.
Crawl Space Vapor Barrier Installation:
After the crawl space has been cleaned and reinsulated, it’s time to install a vapor barrier. A vapor barrier is a thin layer of impermeable material, typically polyethylene sheeting, included in building construction to prevent moisture from damaging the fabric of the building.
Living in Seattle, you’re probably all too familiar with the damp climate which makes for a perfect mildew and mold incubator. If you have a vapor barrier, it will combat against wood rot, keeping your foundation and support beams strong and keeping your air quality clean.