Crawl Space Insulation Experts in North Carolina and Virginia
Prevent mold, moisture & comfort problems with the right insulation
Fiberglass insulation in a crawl space tends to soak up moisture and humidity, growing mold and eventually causing it to “drip” off the ceiling.
Crawl space insulation is important. A number of comfort and energy problems are caused by inadequate or incorrect crawl space insulation.
Any crawl space can be wet and damp, so the insulation must hold up in those conditions. We recommend installing a vapor barrier along with proper insulation to prevent mold and moisture problems and keep your home comfortable year-round.
When you count on Tar Heel Basement Systems for your crawl space insulation needs, we will send out an expert technician to inspect your crawl space and recommend the right services. We have the tools and experience to seal air leaks and install high-performance insulation to help improve your home’s comfort and energy efficiency.
Our options for crawl space insulation
The crawl space insulation materials that we install are compatible with our crawl space encapsulation and drainage systems to ensure a dry, healthy, comfortable crawl space!
X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation panels look different because they ARE different. Tiny graphite particles permeate its foam insulation to give it that silver/gray shine.
These tiny particles reflect heat and lower the material’s conductivity for superior R-value per inch.
In addition to resisting heat conduction, X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation boasts a radiant barrier, which reflects heat back into your crawl space for ultimate energy savings. X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation crawl space insulation can also be installed on the perimeter of your floor framing system (rim joist) for maximum energy savings.
For the best in energy efficiency, combine X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation and Floor Insulation together. This keeps the cold out of your crawl space — and the heat in!
X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation Specifications
- Thick Material — 2″-thick insulation with radiant barrier to both insulate and reflect heat back into the crawl space.
- Extra Insulation— X-Grade Crawl Space Insulation has an R-11 value insulation to keep more heat in the crawl space and home.
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Tar Heel Basement Systems services Mount Airy, Lenoir, Bristol, Statesville, Taylorsville, Abingdon, Boone and many nearby areas in North Carolina and Virginia.