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06-30-08, 11:57 AM
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Posted By SC_fisherman

I would say deffinatly don't put insulation on...

I would say deffinatly don't put insulation on the dirt floor, thats just asking for moisture to be trapped, and mold to start growing. I would say the best thing would be to put down a good vapor...
06-30-08, 11:53 AM
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Posted By SC_fisherman

I would say to deffinatly seal it up. get a good...

I would say to deffinatly seal it up. get a good material, not the 6 mil stuff they sell at the home improvement places.

I'm in coastal SC, and had sealed my crawlspace up not that long ago, the...
06-30-08, 11:49 AM
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Views: 1,524
Posted By SC_fisherman

Hey, just saw your post on here. I would suggest...

Hey, just saw your post on here. I would suggest using something better and more durrable than a 6 mil plastic. I just recently did my crawlspace with material from this company. ...
06-19-08, 06:43 AM
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Views: 9,433
Posted By SC_fisherman

crawlspaces are not required to have...

crawlspaces are not required to have ventallation, if they are conditioned.

Thats the old thinking rearing its head again. Many codes have already changed to allow the closing of crawlspaces. ...
06-18-08, 08:54 AM
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Posted By SC_fisherman

hey, no problem. My crawlspace is about 1200 sf,...

hey, no problem. My crawlspace is about 1200 sf, about 3 feet tall. I didn't have much clean up to do, as the house isn't that old. It took me about a day and a half, but thats cause my wife...
06-17-08, 07:48 AM
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Posted By SC_fisherman

I would agree, 2" foam on the vents, and caulk...

I would agree, 2" foam on the vents, and caulk them up. for the liner, don't go with the 6 mil plastics, they just plain don't last. and you don't want to have to go under your house in a couple...
06-17-08, 07:44 AM
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Posted By SC_fisherman

Hey, I would say you should seal up the...

Hey, I would say you should seal up the crawlspace. There is some really good information on this website (www.yourcrawlspace.com (http://www.yourcrawlspace.com)) Check out thier DIY Kit. They...
06-06-08, 11:39 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,142
Posted By SC_fisherman

yeah, it would be undersized for the average...

yeah, it would be undersized for the average crawlspace, if you just put it under there, with out sealing off the rest of the crawlspace.

but once you put the liner on the walls and floor, it...
06-06-08, 09:37 AM
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Views: 1,142
Posted By SC_fisherman

Its not for really low temps, but down to 42...

Its not for really low temps, but down to 42 degrees. More than enough for most places around here, specially if you put the material that I used and seal up the crawlspace. If you insulate the...
06-02-08, 11:00 AM
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Posted By SC_fisherman

this site has a material that they sell, with an...

this site has a material that they sell, with an adhesive to hold it on the wall, no special tools, or nailing into your block or foundation. It works great, and has a much higher puncture and tear...
06-02-08, 09:50 AM
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Views: 1,142
Posted By SC_fisherman

LG makes a pretty nice dehumidifier that works...

LG makes a pretty nice dehumidifier that works well. I would suggest the 65 pint model.

Also, so that the dehumidifier isn't running all day. you should make sure that you have a sufficient...
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