Are you sick and tired of seeing your New Jersey home's monthly energy bill skyrocket during those cold winter or hot summer months? If the answer is YES, read on and you will find answers on how to avoid unnecessary home repairs, create a healthier living space, and save money on your utility bills.
When it comes to home energy saving, many people tend to focus on what they can do in their main living areas, such as window replacement or appliance upgrade, etc. What's always neglected is the space underneath your house - your crawl space.
The house is one building. It operates as a system. You can't have one part of the building that is sick, and another part that is healthy. You can't rationalize that you never go in the crawl space so you aren't affected by it. Why? Simple. Air mixing.
The crawl space air is cold in winter and hot summer. It is in your building envelope and gets upstairs in one of two ways - the stack effect, or the HVAC system through your ducts. If your crawl space is vented, those vents let hot, wet, or cold air in, making your floors cold upstairs in winter and hot in summer.
To eliminate the dirt crawl space from having any negative effects on the rest of the house, Basement Systems, the world leader in dry basement and crawl space technology, developed the CleanSpace System, a ultimate solution to vented dirt crawl spaces. The CleanSpace system completely isolates your home from the earth, dramatically reducing the humidity level in the air and in some cases, eliminating mold growth, rot, and critters from your crawl space to make the entire house healthier. And once you encapsulate your crawl space with our patented vapor barrier system, you will even gain valuable storage space in your home.
From the New Jersey Skylands to the Gateway, the Delaware River and Shore regions to Greater Atlantic City and the Southern Shore, there will be Basement Systems' crawl space contractors available in your neighborhood to provide you with our patented crawl space products and quality service! Click here to contact us or call 800-638-7048 and let us solve your crawl space problem.
Project Location: Lake Shore Road E, Stockholm, NJ 07460
Comment: Crawlspace needs to be encapsulated
Project Location: King Road, Landing, NJ 07850
Comment: The Crawlspace is wet.
Project Location: East Welling Avenue, Pennington, NJ 08534
Comment: Considering a kitchen reno. Part of the kitchen and small bathroom is over a crawl space. Need to to look at options to warm up space. Plumbing pipes for bathroom in crawl space.
Project Location: Gainor Avenue, Maple Shade, NJ 08052
Search Request: vapor barrier in crawl spaces, Maple Shade, NJ
Comment: Crawl space vapor barrier
Project Location: Grandview Terrace, Ramsey, NJ 07446
Comment: Need help to waterproof musty crawl space
Project Location: Justice Drive, Marlton, NJ 08053
Comment: Only have insulation under family room floor. Should we insulate crawl space walls and floor? Area is 14x29
Project Location: Brick Road, Marlton, NJ 08053
Comment: Snow is melting and my crawl space has water. I need a quote for water removal and installation of pump to avoid water accumulation in the future
Project Location: Roland Avenue, South Orange, NJ 07079
Comment: I have a rather large unvented crawl space on the back of my home underneath the kitchen (Approx. 10ft x 18ft). It gets extremely cold in winter and extremely hot in summer. I need it insulated.
Project Location: Victoria Avenue, Paramus, NJ 07652
Comment: Wet crawlspace
Project Location: Adams St, Old Bridge, NJ 08857
Comment: Crawlspace flooding issue. Please contact as soon as possible as we would like to resolve this immediately. Thank you for your consideration.
Project Location: Boulevard East, Keyport, NJ 07735
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Comment: There is water pouring out of the crawl space in my basement. The home has a french drain system which couldn't handle all the water that was coming inside. Please help.
Project Location: Eighth Street, Keyport, NJ 07735
Comment: Looking to install flood vents for future flood insurance premium issues. I have a current elevation certificate that shows my BFE at 11.2 and the next floor at 13.2 and am told that with flood vents in the crawl space my premium will be better in the future. I would like a quote. Elevation certificate states crawlspace is 505 sq ft
Project Location: Smith Ave, Mays Landing, NJ 08330
Comment: Would like to receive a free quote for my crawl space. it is about 1100 sq feet. 5 cinder blocks high. dirt floor. occupied by the house heater, heater vents and water softing system.
Project Location: Holmdel Rd, Holmdel, NJ 07733
Search Request: crawl space encapsulation
Comment: Interested in crawl space encapsulation
Project Location: 8th St, Keansburg, NJ 07734
Comment: Requesting estimate to install vapor barrier to crawl space on residential home. No known existing or apparent problems, but have had acquaintances recommend having this done. Currently crawlspace (3' - 4' area in height) has Styrofoam on masonry walls, and floor has areas of soil or tarpaper on soil, some new construction areas have concrete flooring. Thank you!