Crawl Space Repair Case Studies: Crawl Door Replacement
Our client called us out to look at a wet crawlspace. After investigating the problem we found out that they had a very high humidity problem due to open vents and water pouring in from the crawl space well due to a natural slope to the home instead of away from the home. We needed to seal off the crawl space by adding Cleanspace and add a well and an air tight crawl door to keep moisture out.
By adding Cleanspace, closing vents, adding a well and creating an air tight door we helped lowered the humidity levels in the crawl from 89% to 51% in less than a week. This also helped lower the cooling cost of her home by 15% over the next three months.
Project Engineer: Steven Jospeh
System Designer: Donnie Stuterville
Rusted crawl Door due to high humidity and moisture.
Removing Metal Door Frame.
Building a Frame
Diging out a Well
Keeping Job Site Clean
Clean Spacing Around Door Frame
Getting Ready to Cut The Door.
Crawl Space Well and Lid