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Project Location: Rd 20, Worden, MT 59088
Comment: Crawl space fills with water- need soloution
Project Location: 12 St W, Billings, MT 59101
Comment: Vapor barrier in crawl space
Project Location: 12th Ave, Laurel, MT 59044
Comment: 4ft crawl space under house looking to install sump pumps where needed.also to have someone check foundations for possible problems.
Project Location: South 11th, Livingston, MT 59047
Comment: I currently have an inside access to my crawl space and I need an outside access to my crawl space because we are getting rid of the inside access
Project Location: Elkhorn View Dr, Clancy, MT 59634
Comment: Dirt crawlspace
Project Location: Snow Goose Street, Helena, MT 59602
Comment: I would like an estimate for CleanSpace 20 mil vapor barrier.
Project Location: Ponderilla Dr., Polson, MT 59860
Comment: We are in the process of purchasing the home in Polson. Inspection found no moisture barrier and venting in the crawl space. We need an estimate to install the vapor/moisture barrier and venting for a crawl space appx 2000 sf and appx 5' in height. We will get with you if we want to proceed. Tom
Project Location: Lackman Loop, Frenchtown, MT 59834
Comment: Need insulation removal with new insulation install for crawlspace. Pipes subject to freezing
Project Location: Second Street, Whitefish, MT 59937
Comment: I have a duplex with approximate 4-foot crawlspace of 1500 sq ft. There are 2-3 layers of black plastic covering the dirt floor, but it is not well sealed. I am trying to reduce a musty odor in one of the apartments and insect problems (hobo spiders). I have read about venting solutions online, but this seems wasteful to me. Making the crawlspace more like the conditioned space above seems to make sense however. I've actually monitored the humidity over the summer with an uncalibrated data storage device, and had average readings of 53% RH June to September with extremes of 85% to 35%. I treated the foundation walls in late May with a bleach solution to reduce mold stains, which was quite effective, and had the side benefit of eliminating the spiders. This is all in preparation to insulating the foundation walls with R-30 (?) kraft-faced fiberglass batt. Spray foam is not allowed without building walls around the forced air furnaces. One additional concern is ventilation of a 400 sq ft addition located partially over a concrete slab that is extremely low clearance (less than 1 foot in places) and which I've been told is impossible to insulate because of the limited access. I'd like to connect it to the main crawlspace with a fan which forces air in continuously and would naturally vent back into the main area, where it is relatively warm. This would reduce humidity there as well and have the side benefit of keeping the bathroom pipes warm, which are prone to freezing. (Just your basic crawlspace humidity design application.) I've spec'd out some components, and could do some of the work myself, but I'm intrigued by your dehumidifier system. There is no sump currently installed in this crawlspace, and normally none is needed. That 85% RH reading in late June may have indicated a rising water table, however, as it was a particularly wet spring here. Despite the considerable distance, it looks like your Missoula contractor has traveled to the Flathead valley before. Thanks.
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