A crawl space dehumidifier will complete your crawl space encapsulation needs. To clarify, it’s the final stretch of the encapsulation process.
What does dehumidifying your crawl space do? Encapsulation removes ground water and seals off the outside air, but dehumidifying “conditions” the air inside of your crawl space.
In this case, the dehumidifier removes the air moisture in your crawl space, which drains excess water to your sump pump or outdoors. Lastly, it blows out warm air within your crawl space. Do you have a moisture issue in your crawl space or foundation? If so, you may need a drainage system and a dehumidifier.
The dehumidifier controls the water in your crawl space so you don’t have to do it ever again. It will manage moisture by releasing the water via your sump pump or other drains.
Crawl Space Dehumidifier: The Benefits
The main benefits of adding a dehumidifier to your encapsulation is improved health and energy savings. A dehumidifier is a great solution to crawl space problems such as wet insulation of high indoor humidity. With that said, air dehumidifiers differ in many ways.
Household dehumidifiers just won’t get the job done. Some homeowners believe this is an easy fix, but household dehumidifiers are too small and won’t make the difference needed.
Moisture will accumulate much quicker in your crawl space than it will in the upper levels of your home. As you can see, household dehumidifiers won’t be able to deal with that much moisture. Some homeowners will try to encapsulate their crawl space on their own, but this is, in no means, a “do-it-yourself” project. Neither is selecting the correct dehumidifier for your home. Every home is different and requires a specific solution for its needs.
To complete your crawl space encapsulation, make sure you invest in the correct crawl space dehumidifier for your home. Contact Indiana Foundation Service for your free inspection today!