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I have a crawl space under the house that is a bit damp, what is the best insulation application. I am wanting a R value of 38 or 39

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I have used fiberglass in the past and am not a big fan. I have read up on the polyethylene foam and am wondering if this is one of newest innovations that are top of the line. I also want to be able to install it my self. I am wanting insulation that ranks at R-39 and works better than fiberglass. Thank for your time!




 

 

I have used fiberglass in the past and am not a big fan. I have read up on the polyethylene foam and am wondering if this is one of newest innovations that are top of the line. I also want to be able to install it my self. I am wanting insulation that ranks at R-39 and works better than fiberglass. Thank for your time!

If your crawlspace is damp, the first thing is to solve the moisture problem. Be sure that you have a properly lapped and sealed vapor barrier on the crawlspace floor...


 

 

 
 
 

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