Block Walls Allow Air to Enter Crawl Space
Those spaces you see between those concrete blocks become porous over time allowing air and water to enter your crawl space.
Nothing But Dirt Under Your Home
This photo makes it really clear how close to the cold, damp dirt your home is. Your home may be raised above the dirt, but the cold air still permeates that space from the uncovered ground. This is also how water enters your crawl space.
A closer look at the block walls shows a crack starting to form. If left unattended, this will be the start of a step stair crack that will progress all the way down this block wall foundation and weaken it to the point of collapse.
Insulation Leads to Comfort, Energy Savings
We insulated the rim joists using spray foam to prevent any outside air from entering the home. We also covered the crawl space walls with SilverGlo