Crawford Basements LLC

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Crawl Space Get Cold

How Cold Does a Crawl Space Get?

With winter approaching, have you ever wondered how cold the space below your house might get? A poorly insulated crawl space can cause numerous problems which amplify during the colder days. Open vents or uninsulated crawl space access door does not only bring inside pests and rodents but cold air as well. This makes the entire crawl space colder including the ceiling of it, which in turn makes the floors above cold as well. Cold floors mean your heater will need to function more often increasing your energy bills.

To keep your home comfortable and energy-efficient during winters, ensure your crawl space is properly insulated and encapsulated. In Altmar, Buffalo, Webster, and surrounding areas in New York, Crawford Basement insulates, encapsulates, and installs dehumidifiers in crawl spaces and basements. Our comprehensive restoration solution will help you to enjoy winters without worrying too much about energy bills.

Call us at 585-209-5577 or reach us online to know more about our services.

Causes of Cold Crawl Spaces

Cold Crawl Spaces
  • Poor insulation
  • Lack of proper drainage or sump pump
  • Open-air vents
  • Cracks in the walls or floors
  • Inefficient dehumidification
  • Missing vapor barriers

Crawl Space Solution for New York Properties

To ensure your crawl space does not freeze during winters, you will need to fix the underlying moisture issues, as only insulation or encapsulation will not be able to solve the problem. At Crawford Basement, our service technicians are certified and use state-of-the-art equipment. They will first inspect the condition of the space and then plan out a restoration procedure accordingly.

Once we fix your cold crawl space, your entire home will benefit from the comfort. The air quality will be better as there will not be any molds or pesticides in the crawl space. A clean, moisture-free crawl space will also increase the curb appeal of your property. And of course, your property will be energy efficient.