What's the Best Way of Insulating a Crawl Space?comments (2) November 22nd, 2011 in Blogs
Morgan Martin has the results of an energy audit it hand, and his next objective is sealing air leaks in the crawl space beneath his house.
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His builder suggests removing the fiberglass batts already installed in the floor and sealing leaks with tape and caulk before re-insulating. He could re-use the fiberglass insulation, combined it with a thin layer of sprayed in polyurethane foam or skip the fiberglass altogether and add a thicker layer of foam.
There are a couple of complicating factors, chief among them Martin's concern the sprayed foam will exacerbate existing chemical sensitivities.
He looks for suggestions at GreenBuildingAdvisor's Q&A forum, and the discussion is the topic of this week's Q&A Spotlight.
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