Side Wall Insulation

Sidewall insulation helps stop airflow coming in from outside through the cinder block walls.  It helps to prevent moisture from penetrating through the sidewalls and causing moisture content in the crawlspace to rise.  


Some crawlspaces are built on grade, which means they were built from the ground up or at ground level leaving the foundation walls susceptible to the elements. Insulating the exterior sidewalls of the crawlspace helps prevent airflow and keeps the home comfortable all year. 


Sidewall insulation compliments the process of encapsulating the crawlspace by isolating the crawlspace from the outside elements to reduce moisture levels and thereby preventing the formation of organic decay fungi.  

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Rigid Foam Board Insulation

Rigid foam board insulation is custom-fitted to the height of your crawlspace walls. It is installed along the exterior-facing sidewalls in the crawlspace and helps to seal out the elements from entering the crawlspace.

Enclosing the Crawlspace 

Part of the encapsulation process is to seal off all existing openings with foam board insulation; such as crawlspace vents or windows with foam board insulation. This technique is implemented to help keep water intrusion out and reduce the moisture content in the crawlspace.

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