If you’ve been avoiding the crawl space in your Everett home, it might be time to give it some attention. Many homeowners tend to avoid the space underneath their main floor because it’s dark, cold, and dirty. But, your crawl space could be the source of problems in your home that a simple insulation installation project could fix.
If you suspect issues with the insulation in your crawl space, keep reading — or give the team at Crawl Pros a call!
Why Do Crawl Spaces Need Proper Insulation?
Unfortunately, too many crawl spaces either have no insulation, not enough, or the wrong type. This common error can leave you feeling uncomfortably hot or cold, depending on the time of the year. When your indoor temperatures are this unregulated, you’ll not only feel uncomfortable in your home, but your utility bills will also be much higher than necessary.
A poorly insulated crawl space is also likely to be damp and musty. This encourages mold growth, mildew, and even wood rot. As your home’s building materials begin to deteriorate, this can compromise its structural integrity, in turn impacting the value of your home.
When there is outside air freely flowing into your home or worse, the air is filled with mold spores, your living space won’t smell fresh and clean. This contaminated air can also lead to serious health issues such as asthma and other respiratory problems.
Crawl Space Insulation Installation in Everett
If you find that your Everett home’s crawl space doesn’t have the right amount of insulation, or you suspect there might be trouble in that space but don’t want to look, Crawl Pros can help. Before we do anything, we’ll inspect your crawl space to give you a thorough assessment.
Our team of professionals specializes in cleaning out and insulating crawl spaces to create an efficient and clean space that will make your home more comfortable and healthy. You don’t have to put up with high utility bills, cold floors, or musty air in your home.
Contact Crawl Pros today for a free estimate for crawl space insulation installation in the Everett area.