Archive for the ‘Crawl Space Repair’ Category

Prevent Toxic Mold from Invading Your Home

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013
Did you know that breathing in mold spores can be toxic to your body? Inhaling large quantities of mold spores can lead to severe breathing problems, such as asthma, respiratory infections, severe allergies and even toxicity in the body. Prolonged exposure to these toxins will lead to illnesses; which, if… Read More »

Your Crawl Space Can Have an Impact on Your Health

Monday, April 22nd, 2013
Some homeowners don’t realize how important the crawl space beneath their home is in regards to their family’s health and the energy efficiency of their home. A lot of us actually forget it’s there until that damp musty smell starts to invade the rest of the home. Most homeowners would… Read More »

Humidity Control and Your Crawl Space

Friday, April 5th, 2013
One of the most challenging things for a homeowner is keeping their crawlspace dry and odor-free. A lot of crawlspaces are left unfinished with bare dirt floors and exposed walls. More often than not, these areas are left with no heating or cooling source, which can lead to moisture problems.… Read More »

Vents in Your Crawlspace? Bad Idea

Thursday, January 10th, 2013
Having vents in your crawlspace can actually do more harm than good. Recent studies show that having crawlspace vents can contribute to pests, mold growth, and rot in your crawlspace and other below-grade spaces. Many local business codes require crawl spaces to have vents because it was once believed to… Read More »

What Could We Do With 106.5 Million Sq. Ft. of CleanSpace?

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012
That is how much CleanSpace liner we installed across the U.S. and Canada, to help keep crawl spaces dry and mold free! What else could we do with that much CleanSpace?  Here’ the math!… Read More »