How a crawlspace impacts indoor air quality
This image illustrates how air moves through you home!
this article will help you understand how a crawlspace impacts indoor air quality of your home. Air moves in and out of your home via pathways and typical gaps in insulation and construction that are not sealed. This shows how a crawlspace impacts indoor air quality. As energy efficiency increases, air exchange decreases resulting in less fresh air coming into you home! Which is responsible for having stale air in your home. This is why we suggest every home have an ERV. See our article on ERV’S.
How a crawlspace impacts indoor air quality!
So if you have an understructure in your home, you can bet that it is in some way impacting your indoor air quality. This is really an easy fix. Under structure fans, sealing off openings will fix this problem. Crawlspaces can have a dramatic impact on air samples as this one Santa Barbara couple found out when selling their home when it killed their multi million dollar sale! See our article on inaccurate air samples.