An example of a poor insulated crawl space due to the fact that the insulation is not properly against the foundation of the crawl space.
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An image of a proper crawl space insulation as the material is tight against the entire surface area of the crawlspace.
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An image of crawl space mold and mildew growing on the side of a wooden support beam and needs to be replaced indefinitely.
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An image of a proper crawl space insulation with brand new material covering the entirety of the crawl space surface area.
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An image of a crawl space repair job with proper installation and a brand new wooden crawl space opening.
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An image of a crawl space opening with different wires and tools beneath the crawl space as it is being currently worked upon
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An image of a crawl space insulation that looks like it was not done properly due to the fact that a lot of the insulation is not hugging against the floor and there is some box material on the top of the insulation.
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An example of crawl space insulation as the crawl space has the insulation but the insulation has been folded and removed thus not as effective of a job as Aquaguard's work.
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An example of a crawl space with the floor insulated but it does not look like a proper insulation job because the insulation appears loose.
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An image of a crawl space as it is insulated and it appears as though a new crawl space foundation has been installed with wood.
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A blue sump pump being installed in a insulated crawl space for a residential home with tubes leading from the sump pump to the outside.
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