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Peak replaced the low R-Value pink, fiberglass insulation in this crawlspace, with the Basement Systems SilverGlo wall insulation. SilverGlo acts not just as a vapor barrier, but as a thermal barrier as well; keeping cold air out, and reflecting heatwaves inside.
Matt in Pueblo was experiencing moisture issues in his crawlspace. Our team installed a CleanSpace Encapsulation System to keep the water from melting snow and spring rains away. Now Matt has a clean, dry, healthy crawlspace!
With a dirt crawlspace in her Pueblo home, Linda was aware of the possible risks that could transpire. Wanting to have a home inspection done by a structural engineer, she contacted Peak Structural to schedule an appointment. When one of our specialists came out to Linda’s home for the inspection, he found that her dirt crawlspace had a very high level of humidity and water vapor, potentially causing mold and structural damage. The suggested solution for her problem was to isolate her crawlspace with the CleanSpace encapsulation system. As can be seen in the picture, there are clear, visible signs of the humidity. The discoloration in the soil and the fallen insulation are both signs that can be spotted by a homeowner.
Ruth, a Pueblo, CO homeowner, had a dirty, rocky, cold crawlspace. She wanted to utilize the space under her home for storage and decrease her heating costs during the winter. She scheduled a free inspection with one of Peak Structural’s expert design specialists. After the inspection, the expert informed her that the best solution for her dirty crawlspace is the CleanSpace Vapor Barrier system. Ruth decided to encapsulate her crawlspace with the CleanSpace Vapor Barrier system because it can reduce heating costs by up to 20% while brightening the crawlspace and making it more accessible. She is very pleased at how soft the crawlspace is on her knees and how bright the CleanSpace made her crawlspace.