The home had great access, so bringing in supplies and removing debris was not a problem.
Here is a shot of the subfloor. If you look along the joist, you can see that it is not flush and straight.
In this picture, you can see that this joist is straight
Here, you can see where temporary bracing was installed in an attempt to stop the floor above from squeaking.
Here is the first support post that has been replaced incorrectly. The 2x4's are insufficient to carry the load required and this area of the floor above sags visibly.
Here are more spider webs. The spiders were drawn to the crawlspace because there was abundant moisture and food.
Besides the spiderwebs and the signs of termites on the joists, you can also see the mold that is growing in this crawl space. This is due to the high humidity.
The north corner of the crawlspace had the most spiderwebs and they spotted several black widows in the webbing.
Here is the second support post that isn't supporting the floor above adequately. It's hard to see from this angle, but there is a 1/2 inch gap at the top between the blocks and the joist.
Here's an overview of the debris that was removed from the crawlspace.
This shot shows the degradation of the joists due to the critter infestation.
The crew regraded the crawlspace prior to installing the dimple roll.
Here is the finished regrading and the frog in the corner is another clear sign of the humidity in this crawl space. Next, the crew will be rolling out the dimple roll, then installing the Cleanspace.
Finally, the Cleanspace is installed, efffectively isolating the crawlspace from the damp ground. This lowers the relative humidity, making the crawlspace a cleaner, healthier space.