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Congratulations on your decision to install the most advanced and simplest crawlspace encapsulation system available. Creating a closed crawlspace is one of the smartest decisions a homeowner can make to help conserve energy, preserve value, and maintain a healthy living environment in a home. We at Your Crawlspace stand behind our product and system and are confident that you will be extremely satisfied with the final results.

CAUTION: If you’re familiar with crawlspace encapsulations or sealed vapor barriers please follow our procedures and don’t use past techniques to attach our system to the foundation wall.

PLEASE FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS. Not only will drilling holes or using mechanical fasteners damage the foundation wall, they will compromise the effectiveness of the Crawl Curtain.

If used as instructed, our system will save hours of labor costs, easier on installers, and performs better than any other system. These installation instructions have been extensively tested in the laboratory and in thousands of homes nationwide.

YCS Wall and Pier Adhesives

The Your Crawlspace Magic Sealant / Adhesive is VOC Compliant and works on almost all foundation walls in any condition. The adhesive will attach to metal, brick, wood, stone, block, dirty, wet, dry, even over spiderwebs. Consider a test spot if concerned your foundation may not receive the adhesive. Please contact YCS with any questions.

Building Code Compliance

Due to local building code variations, home owners are responsible to verify and comply with all local codes and requirements. If there are any questions or concerns with the structure, or any of the systems in your home a professional foundation contractor should be consulted.

If you have a pest control contract, we also recommend consulting your company to be certain they approve the system. Some companies require a treatment before installation and a wider inspection strip than the building code. The Your Crawlspace system complies with the International Construction Code.

Certification and Training

For certification and training on the YCS System please contact us. We can come to your location or we offer regular training one day classes in out Mt. Pleasant location.

Step 1 – Get To Know Your Crawlspace

Before we get into the installation, let’s review some of the more common terms for parts of the crawlspace. By being familiar with these terms, you will have a clearer understanding of the installation process:

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Step 2 – Initial Crawl Space Inspection

Prior to installing any new materials, an assessment of the crawlspace should be done to determine the extent of preparation involved. By checking this list beforehand, you can be sure your crawlspace will be a safe place to work.

The following is a check list of things to look out:

_____ Check for adequate access to the crawlspace

_____ Debris in space (garbage, old building materials, etc.)

_____ Check for Insects (termites, wasps, bees, etc.) May need to treat for pests before install.

_____ Look for animals or other critters (rodents, snakes, etc.)

_____ Check for pooled water on ground

_____ Check for wet or damp ground in the crawlspace

_____ Note levelness of dirt in crawlspace

_____ Crawlspace Insulation (fiberglass, foam)

_____ Check wood joists & framing condition

_____ Verify column & support locations

_____ Note drain & vent piping locations

_____ Note water supply piping locations

_____ Check for plumbing drain leaks

_____ Check for sump pumps & condensation pumps

_____ Verify ductwork condition and locations

_____ Note air handlers and fan locations

_____ Note foundation vents

_____ Note wiring and other electrical devices

_____ Check for adequate lighting

_____ Check exterior drainage around house

_____ Gutters and downspouts

_____ Ensure that water is directed away from the foundation

_____ Is there a gas operated system in the crawlspace? *Must be vented properly.


If any of the items on the check list are problem areas, they need to be either removed or repaired as required.

For example, if there is standing water in the crawlspace, then that water needs to be either pumped or siphoned out and the low area filled in with dirt so water will not accumulate there. You may consider a sump pump.

We want to make sure that the crawlspace is a safe place to work, so if there are any damaged wires, duct work, or broken plumbing, please make repairs as required to meet your local code. If there are items in question, please consult with a building official or a construction professional.

Step 3 – Check that your crawlspace access panels or doors are large enough to easily enter and exit the crawlspace. It is recommended that the door is at least 4” higher than exterior grade and that the door is made of a non-corroding material. Use foam weather striping or other means to seal the door air tight when closed and provide a positive means to hold the door closed such as hasps and latches.

Step 4 – Ensure that all debris, including wood, cans, tires, bottles, masonry block, bricks, large rocks, sharp objects and any thing else that will hold water, attract critters or possibly cause a material puncture is removed. Consider the YCS 38 mil padded vapor barrier for wet or rough areas.

(See instructional videos at

Step 5Provide adequate light to do installation. Two strings of six bulb lights work best. 15 min setup.

Step 6 – Inspect top 3 to 12 inches of Inside of foundation walls and other support structures a to make sure it will receive the adhesive. Consider testing a spot if in question.

Step 7 Cracks at sill plate and bottom joist must be sealed air tight. YCS Magic Sealant / Adhesive is recommended for gaps from 0” to ¼”. Spray expanding foam should be used for gaps wider than ¼”.

Step 8Ensure that a minimum 3” wide* termite inspection gap is clearly visible around top perimeter of foundation wall. If evidence of termite or other pests are found, be sure to remedy the situation before going further with the installation. If you have a pest management professional, check with them to ensure that the crawlspace encapsulation system does not interfere with their system or warranty if applicable. *May consider larger inspection area (3” to 12”) depending on termite activity in your area.

Step 9 – Foundation vents and other exterior wall penetrations must be sealed air tight. This is accomplished by using 2” rigid foam insulation cut to fit snugly in the interior side of the vent opening. The foam can be held in place by adhesive. Use expanding foam or caulk to seal any other openings and cracks to the outside. Please contact YCS if you are in a flood zone. Our FEMA approved vents may help with flood ins.

Step 10 – Check that all appliance discharge pipes and ducts from kitchen, baths, laundry items and indoor air handler condensate drains terminate outside the crawlspace and to the exterior of the building.

Step 11Crawlspace soil should be leveled and crowned to eliminate the possibility of standing water. Smooth soil to prevent hills and valleys. Grade crawlspace floor to one or more low points. Provide drains or sumps at the lowest points if necessary. Slope all drain piping to daylight. Crawlspace drains should not be connected to foundation or gutter drains.

Step 12 – Moisture Control Measures – some of these suggestions will not apply to all installations, but each must be take into consideration and addressed if they apply to your home.

• Ensure that slope of exterior finished grade is away from the building. Provide a method to transport roof runoff away from the house, such as gutters and down spouts.

• Exterior of foundation wall surfaces should be water proofed when the crawlspace is located below exterior grade.

If required, provide drainage from under the vapor barrier to the outside with a sump pump system.

• If the crawlspace elevation is above grade, provide a floor drain in low point of floor.

• Provide flood vents when required by local code that will minimize air flow.

• Spray mold and mildew treatments to trouble areas and below floors of bathrooms or other areas where there is the possibility of leaks.

Step 13 – Prepare an accurate sketch based on measurements inside the crawlspace. Take note of all item locations that will need to penetrate the material, such as supports and pipes.

(See YCS Wall Attachment Tap instructional videos at

Step 14 – Based on the sketch that was previously prepared; determine the most advantageous way to orientate the material to minimize cutting and joints. Always cut material to provide a minimum 6” overlap. Precut material for installation around columns and piers.

NOTE: (See YCS Wall Attachment Tape System instructional videos at Only one side of the wall and pier curtain will adhere to a concrete, stone, brick or steel foundation all or support pier. Our patented material is 100% plastic coated on one side. No adhesive will attach to this side of the material, to the wall, or pier. The other side is completely coated except for a two in strip at the top. The light blue side with the activation strip goes against the wall and pier. Be sure that the fibrous activation strip is on the wall side of the material.

Step 15 – Install material around all columns and piers. Material must be a minimum of 12’ up piers. Use adhesive around perimeter of the column or pier and use vinyl tape to seal the seam. Apply adhesive with a bead that is approximately 3/16” of an inch in diameter. See Photos on Pages 8 and 9 for an illustration of a properly wrapped pier.

Step 16 – Install the wall material up the foundation wall, stopping 3” to 12” inches from sill plate. (If using wall insulation, leave material a minimum 4” from top of sill plate). Use a 3/16 inch bead of YCS Magic Sealant / Adhesive around the top perimeter of the foundation wall. Use the YCS Seam Tape, or YCS Magic Sealant / Adhesive for vapor barrier seaming. YCS Seam Tape will NOT work on the foundation wall. If your liner gets wet the tape will not adhere properly.

This step is best accomplished by two workers. As one worker applies the adhesive bead near the top of the foundation wall, the second worker follows, pressing the wall material’s adhesive sensitive strip into the adhesive bead with his fingertips. Please press the liner completely into the YCS Magic Sealant / Adhesive.

Step 17 – Begin floor installation at furthest point from crawlspace access door. Pieces of floor material should be lapped a minimum of six inches. All lap joints are sealed with the YCS Poly Seam Tape or YCS Magic Sealant / Adhesive.

Ground cover should be applied so as to minimize ripples, wrinkles or stress on the material. Final installation should appear flat.

Note how the pier material is cut and wrapped. A finished pier ready for taping.

Step 18 – Insulate band joist with minimum R13 fiberglass batt insulation or per your local code. Putting insulation in the rim joist is very important.

Step 19 – Install a dehumidifier. Ensure that dehumidifier has a way to drain condensate water to exterior of crawlspace. This can be achieved by either gravity or a condensate pump. In lieu of a dehumidifier, a small (4” to 6”) supply vent can be added to existing HVAC ductwork if ductwork is readably available. The Department of Energy and the EPA recommend an air-flow of one cubic foot per minute (1 CFM) for every 50 square feet of crawlspace area. Most areas will need to have a dehumidifier for several months out of the year because we use very little conditioning.

Step 20 – Install remote humidity monitor.

A job well done!

Alternative crawlspace insulation technique:

1) You can use floor insulation when using a dehumidifier or wall insulation when using your HVAC.

*It is always a good idea to exhaust air or put negative air pressure on the crawlspace while installing the system. This will help with dirt, dust, and mildew from entering the home.

By following the YCS System you will have a properly sealed crawlspace that takes less time to install, that is safe for the homeowner and the installers. SAFE. SIMPLE. SEALED.

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Brian Harper
Brian Harper
16:37 02 Apr 19
This place is fantastic. I was able to visit locally and spent a good amount of time asking questions and getting solid answers. HB stayed after closing to make sure my plan was correct and I had the knowledge needed to make it a success. We even discussed new ideas. This is a company interested in driving the industry vs just selling a product. Very cool to see items in progress. Thank you for sharing. Well, I'm almost finished and my knees and back, and elbows cant wait for some relief. 3300sqft, almost 40 piers, 16 rolls of seam tape, 4 rolls of 15mil plastic, 5 rolls of wall curtain, 2 AprilAire dehumidifiers, and a box full of adhesive. I used one of their references for mold mitigation who saved my money and did an excellent job. My crawlspace is unbelievably clean now. Thank you so much for all your help and this extends to the office crew. Great Team.
John Siperly
John Siperly
16:45 21 Mar 19
Just finished my 2000 square foot crawl space encapsulation project. Worked on this by myself over the course of a couple months. Crawlspace is only 36 inches tall so I couldn't be down there for extended periods of time. Worked with HB and Benny and they got me the perfect set-up. Used the crawl curtain with the magic sealant and it worked beautifully. Did not want to put holes in my block foundation so that's why I chose this method. Also elected to use the 36 mil felt backed vinyl sheeting and it was great. Plenty of choices out there but I feel like this was clearly the least complicated and the best for me. Saved myself over 8k doing this myself. John East Tennessee resident
Marty Thomas
Marty Thomas
13:17 21 Feb 19
Thank you so much for your support of Hope's House in Summerville, we no longer have to worry abut moisture issues, you are a blessing!
Rick Green
Rick Green
15:06 15 Feb 19
We purchased Your Crawlspace products for an old house that had probably never seen a vapor barrier, to be installed by DIYers who had never installed one. We installed the wall curtain and 9mil VB, and used the Magic Sealant/Adhesive and seam tape designed for the curtain and VB. It might be easy to understate how pleased we are with our purchase, the ease of installation and the results. We would definitely recommend the Your Crawl Space product line and their Customer Service reps. While I would prefer to not have to install a vapor barrier again, if the need should again arise, I would I would go straight back to YCS. Really, very pleased Rick Green Bellingham, WA
Joseph Walsh
Joseph Walsh
21:15 02 Oct 18
This company is a excellent company to have as a business partner. We have been using them a little over the past year and they have always gone above and beyond on helping us with orders that we need to do our jobs. They are more like friends than a vendor! Give them a call, you wont be disappointed.
Tom Lambert
Tom Lambert
03:02 26 Sep 18
About ten years ago, I bought their vapor barrier to seal off a crawlspace floor. It came with all the adhesive and tape and so on needed to handle the job. When I was done, it was a huge upgrade and, to my surprise, it held up to years of walking on it (fairly slippery though, best to cover with something). I think I put one or two holes in it from dropping a sharp tool (the crawlspace is my storage/tool area). A couple of years ago, we had a flood and I had to cut the membrane up and install a sump pump and do other remediation. I finally have gotten around to ordering their newest product - similar to the membrane I had, but with a felt backing. I'm looking forward to many years of service on this one. Hopefully I won't have to destroy it with a razor knife again. Great product, great service, nice folks. I couldn't be happier.
Peter Daley
Peter Daley
00:41 31 Jul 18
My company, Green Home Solutions of Mid-Coast Maine, has had the opportunity to install several basement and crawlspace encapsulations with the YCS system and materials. This is top-quality stuff and I love that we don't drill holes in cellar walls any more. Thank you for excellent customer service, too!
Josh Lowe
Josh Lowe
16:34 25 Apr 18
This is an amazing company! A few months ago my hardwood floors started to cup and buckle in some areas. I was advised by a local company that I needed to encapsulate - that the moisture was simply atmospheric and only encapsulation would solve the issue. The quote from the local company for the materials and installation came back over 8k. I contacted Your Crawlspace Vapor Barrier Systems and spoke to HB. He was incredibly helpful. The total for the materials came up to $1,800.00. I was very pleased!
Lawrence Nees
Lawrence Nees
14:41 25 Apr 18
After exploring options and products, I landed with YourCrawlspace because of the quality of the material and ease of installing the wall curtain without any fasteners penetrating the wall. HB was always available and a big help for this project. Very pleased with outcome.
Rich Orta
Rich Orta
23:40 05 Mar 18
They were just amazing. The sales rep HV walked me through everything I needed step by step it was great. I was quoted 10k to do my massive crawl with dehumidifier. In the end I had about 1500 in mine and it just looks great. I had a few hiccups with my material and they took care of me and rushed me what I needed to make me happy! Just 5 stars. Material and videos make it very easy to do it yourself!
Scot Cottick
Scot Cottick
01:09 26 Feb 18
When I decided to encapsulate my crawlspace myself, it was difficult to decide what products to choose. Bennie and HB at Your Crawlspace made it really easy to choose once they explained their wall system and adhesive over the phone. the pre-cut wall system and adhesive saves on time and truly creates an unmatched seal to keep out unwanted moisture. Not to mention that they had what seems like the best floor barriers. It would have cost me $10K+ to have a contractor complete the work. I did it myself for less than $2K and I couldn't be happier with the results.
Andrew roesch
Andrew roesch
10:40 04 Feb 18
Excellent product and customer service. From the start the communication was excellent products where delivered quick .They followed up to see how the project was progressing (who does that anymore? :) The product is of top quality and perform perfectly . Humidly is below 50% (in Durham, NC) in the crawl . The heat cycles a lot less and has been able to maintain 70 F even on 15 f mornings in our double wide with a heat pump. If your looking to seal your crawlspace you found the source for your material Andy
Steve Miller
Steve Miller
03:04 19 Dec 17
I encapsulated my own crawlspace. It was a big job. Took me quite a while, but I'm very happy with the results. I used the heavy duty drain mat on both the walls and floor. I used the special adhesive caulk and the seam tape just as Bennie instructed. I'm impressed with the materials. They were of very high quality. I also appreciated the help YCI gave me over the phone prior to ordering and doing the job. They were patient and very helpful. Without hesitation, I would highly recommend them to anyone thinking of doing this on their own.
Tom Fenimore
Tom Fenimore
22:03 20 Nov 17
My crawlspace installation has just been completed and I couldn't be happier with the results. The crawlspace is completely sealed and it looks great. The humidity is already down in the crawlspace and the house. YCS products are awesome. The install is clean and complete with no holes in my foundation. The wall curtain system is simple but ingenious! If I had used the "christmas tree" plug method or a Hilti gun approach to attach the wall curtain from other vendors there would be over 500 holes in my foundation and piers. Not sure how you feel about that but I don't like holes in my foundation. This instillation method is superior to everything else on the market and provides the most completely sealed system you can get. It also is the fastest installation method. Don't bother looking elsewhere. Just call Bennie or HB and get on with it. The Aprilaire 1820 humidifier I purchased is really nice and much more functional and advanced than the Santa Fe Compact 2 I was going to buy. I bough the Aprilaire from YCS as well. I am so glad I did. Three big differences I see: 1) The Aprilaire has a digital control system with readout. The SantaFe has an analog dial with no readout. 2) The Aprilaire has a filter that can be cleaned. The SantaFe has to have the filter replaced every six months. 3) The Aprilaire has a ventilation function that will circulate the air for a user set time in minutes per hour. The SantaFe can only have the fan on full time or on Auto.
Jay Cunningham
Jay Cunningham
18:55 13 Nov 17
Bought a whole system with a Aprilaire 1820 dehumidifier. HB gave me lots of tips and was very helpful. Total cost was around $1800 for all of the materials and dehumidifier. Saved a boatload of money. My son and I did the whole thing over a weekend. Humidity was over 90% before and now is down to to 50%. Quality materials. I would recommend them to anyone wanting to do this themselves.
Tim Capriani
Tim Capriani
10:45 01 Nov 17
We use these products commercially. You can't ask for a better product and service. Great system!!! Awesome service!!
Laura McGourthy
Laura McGourthy
17:33 23 Oct 17
After watching the instructional videos I called to order the supplies I needed to install the vapor barrier. I was pleasantly surprised that when I called I Benny himself answered! He helped walk me through the products and quantities I needed, the product was shipped same day and exactly the right amount of product I needed was delivered. The adhesive with the tape attached does need one day to cure before applying the wall curtain. The adhesive is SUPER strong, the vapor barrier was easy to roll out. We were applying over dirt, rock and gravel and the vapor barrier did not puncture. The space transformed from dark,dirty and unusable to bright, white, clean and usable. Thanks for all your help, Bennie! Very professional and was there to take my follow up calls also! I tried to post more photos but it would only allow me to upload 3.
Bill M
Bill M
10:40 18 Oct 17
I decided to go diy to seal up my crawl space. I already had a 16mil vapor barrier on the floor. I used the wall curtain/adhesive and the install went really well. It is much faster than the old way with foundation pins and butyl tape. I didnt even clean the walls. Apply the adhesive with a caulk gun and press the wall curtain into it. The next day I went back and taped up all my seams. Shipping was fast and the product worked great. Great company.
Aaron Robel
Aaron Robel
15:37 16 Sep 17
I found the products provided by your crawlspace after 3 months of research and prep to replace my crawlspace vapor barrier. Mostly that was a debate with myself on encapsulated or not. Primarily I have been on a 2 year tear with my crawlspace after smelling a musty odor in the home and finding a lake under my home. The first thing I did was build an external french drain around the home. This mitigated 80% of the issue the next year but I did still have water. So... This year I trenched another french drain inside my crawlspace. But I was still concerned about water so I wanted a water tight vapor barrier system. Yes, here is finally the part you care about. Specs: 1. 18" crawlspace - I'm 6'4" so this is VERY challenging to work in. It's also a good workout. Just got to adjust your perception. 2. 1090 sq ft of crawlspace 3. 14 round pilings to wrap 4. Poured concrete foundation walls I chose this system for the following reasons: 1. Wall Curtain system: This was a dream. The simple use of the sealant and 2 foot curtain is something I didn't see from any other system and it made a huge difference in effort. I was able to hang the wall curtain in 3 hours by myself. The system made this possible. I was worried about the strength of just using sealant after so much research showing butyl tape and pins but it's strong I tested it a number of times through the process. 2. Seam sealer: I didn't see any other system recommend to use a seam sealer tape as recommended by this system. This was key in my application because I wanted to have a watertight installation. I had seen too many reviews and mistakes with just tape sealing and how water will seep through. I didn't want this. This installation was VERY challenging for me in my tight crawlspace. I wish that there was an option to have this preinstalled on at least the wall curtain. I wasn't able to do the quality job I was looking for just because of variations in the ground as I tried to put down the seal tape. Part of this was my fault. I should have pre-installed it myself before putting up the wall curtain but hindsight is 20/20. 3. Service: I called HB at your crawlspace and he was quickly able to determine my needs answer my questions and get my order sent out quickly. Much appreciated. 4. Videos: I really appreciated all the how to videos provided. It's really all you need to get things going. You will run into challenges like how to wrap pilings and how to manage sealing around plumbing and other things in your crawl but as far as the system goes the videos are all you need. Youtube the rest.
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17:22 23 Aug 17
I found the your crawlspace information online after doing a google search. I needed to replace a 10 year old installation that that was failing. Bennie was very helpful and spent a lot of time with me making sure I had everything I needed to have a successful install. The new system is much better than my previous one. I used a 2 foot wall curtain and the magic adhesive which went on flawlessly. The 36 mil floor barrier is also far superior than the previous 12 mil liner that I used and much easier to work with. The new tape also made sealing the floor seams much easier. Took about 2 days total to tear out the old system and install the new with just 2 people. I saved about $6000 doing it myself as apposed to hiring a company who would have installed an inferior system. Thanks very much
Tom H
Tom H
19:57 02 Aug 17
The folks at YCS were very helpful and friendly in deciding which products to use. Pictures are before and after of our crawlspace project. Hanging the crawl curtain with the sealant was easy, cutting the 36mil ground vapor barrier to size and placing it was easy, using the seam tape to secure the crawl curtain on the piers to the floor vapor barrier and to open floor seams was fairly easy (pulling the stuff off the roll takes some effort, is there a quick release backing version?), taping the seams around the perimeter was a pain because of how sticky the tape was and needing to make it a 90 degree corner. It often got stuck to itself, the curtain, or the vapor barrier where it wasn't intended (even when taking our time). We finally decided to pull out about 3' of tape, fold it lengthwise with non-sticky side against itself, attach to the floor material first, then roll up the side. Approaching the end, we found I hadn't estimated enough seam tape (left out a seam, cuts in material to go around piers, or both); needed about 40 feet more. Left a message on the YCS web site with a follow up phone call the next morning for another roll. They shipped immediately and billed me. I recommend YCS put out a video on the best way to tape wall curtain to floor material with seam tape. Perhaps the answer is to use Seam Weld tape on top of the 36 mil product with the curtain material on top, but I thought the wall curtain belonged underneath. We got it done (well, most of it) and it looks good, has dropped the radon level to .4 and falling (with an extraction fan/pipe under the fabric), and I think the humidity level will drop as soon as the last few seams are done and given a little time for the insulation/wood to give it up.
Evan Claus
Evan Claus
19:22 20 Jun 17
Great service, great product, and I am very happy with the final results of my crawl space. I called several times to ask for help on the installation process and the individuals who I spoke with were extremely helpful and took the time to properly explain the installation process. Along with the results, I was highly impressed with the knowledgeable group of employees who are willing to go that went the extra mile to help me through the install.
Bob Landuyt
Bob Landuyt
21:04 17 May 17
Both Bennie and HB were very helpful in assisting with what was needed to complete my encapsulation project the right way as well as with what was not needed and would have been unnecessary expense. Their system is user friendly which in turn made for an efficient installation. This was our first time doing a crawl space encapsulation and I would recommend their product for both the experienced or the novice like myself. Thanks again for all your help Your Crawlspace!
Gretchen Thigpen
Gretchen Thigpen
16:15 11 May 17
We received everything we needed to do a complete encapsulation of a crawlspace in Texas. Crawling around with about 18" of clearance wasn't the most ideal conditions, but the YCS system made it fairly easily. We use the wall curtain which was super easy to put up with the adhesive. The 36 mil vapor barrier was easy to work with. It was flexible enough for us to squish it underneath plumbing pipes about 3" off the ground. The ordering was easy as YCS calculated everything we needed based on the information we gave and we had very little waste at the end. I would highly recommend these products.
Erica Hanway
Erica Hanway
23:08 29 Mar 17
Excellent product, excellent customer service. We used their wall curtain, adhesive tape, caulk and 36mil vapor barrier. I am wrapping up an installation of an encapsulated crawl space in a new construction house by myself (a female) in North Florida. I was dead-set on us doing the encapsulation ourselves and not hiring it out in order to save money. My husband and neighbor chuckled/rolled their eyes when I said I would just do it myself...and I showed them! I think I have watched every video out there about every product that exists for an encapsulation and when I saw Your Crawlspace's system and the fact that it didn't need bolts screwed into our new stem wall, I was immediately interested. The owner called me soon after I submitted questions online and answered them. Their prices were below other products and were SO much easier to work with than what I would expect had I needed to drill into the stem wall. They estimated what I would need and I had very little waste. They called or emailed me to answer any little questions I had along the way. You can tell they know the issues in a crawl space, they've invented proven products that work, and they are a good family-owned business. I know I saved a bunch of money doing it myself. I was patient and did a few hours at a time, but it wasn't anything that a halfway fit person couldn't do on the their own. I hope I can make it up to Charleston to shake their hands, because they've been great to work with and it's a great product!
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