Crawl Space Systems

Crawl Space Systems 

Once your air ducts and dryer vents are cleaned, it’s time to get your crawl space cleaned out, too. Crawl space moisture is a bad idea because of the “stack effect.” Basically, air will naturally rise throughout your home. (This is how chimneys work.) Up to 40% of the air that comes into your home is from the lowest part of the home: the crawlspace. If your crawlspace is dirty or overly moist, then all of the dirt, dust, mold, and unwanted moisture will end up in your home.

Luckily, Steamatic of Greater Portland is authorized to distribute the CleanSpace Crawl Space Encapsulation System. By using a vapor barrier and closing the crawl space vents, we’re able to seal off your crawl space, keeping the air in your home healthy and clean.
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Serving Portland ME, South Portland ME, Cape Elizabeth ME, Scarborough ME, 
Kennebunk ME, Arundel ME & Surrounding Areas

Protect Your Home with a 
Vapor Barrier System

We know how to completely seal your home using the CleanSpace Crawl Space Encapsulation System. Some homeowners and contractors will seal the space using a flimsy, thin plastic liner, but this isn’t a solution. Instead, we use a 20-mil 7-ply sandwich of high and low-density polyethylene with polyester-cord reinforcement. We put this on the floor and epoxy it to the walls. This completely blocks mold, radon, insects, and other pollutants and contaminants from entering your home through the crawl space.

The results are dramatic. Our system can do all of the following:

• Prevent Mold and Mildew Growth
• Reduce Crawlspace Humidity
• Reduce Insect Entry into the Home
• Reduce Radon Entry into the Home
• Lower Energy Bills
• And More

Learn more about the benefits of the CleanSpace Crawl Space Encapsulation System and get one for your home. Give Steamatic of Greater Portland a call today to get started.
Clean Space Crawl Space Encapsulation System
National Air Duct Cleaner Association
The Healthy Home Authority
Maine Indoor Air Quality Council
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