Save Money By Insulating Your Crawl Space Today!
Crawl spaces are shallow structures installed directly into the dirt under your home. As such, they tend to soak up the natural cold of the earth around your home and transfer it into the air in your crawl space.
At Foundation Systems of Michigan, we can upgrade your crawl space's energy efficiency with our VaporLoc Elite® Encapsulation System made especially for the crawl space environment.
Contact us today for your crawl space insulation quote! We serve Warren, Ann Arbor, Saginaw, Traverse City and many surrounding areas, including Flint, Grosse Pointe, Troy, Bloomfield Hills, Sterling Heights, Jackson, Midland and nearby.
Foundation Systems of Michigan's exclusive Crawl Space Encapsulation System can transform your crawl space into a clean, healthy, and energy-saving space.
All fallen insulation and scrap material is bagged and removed from the crawl space.
The crawl space surface is cleaned of large rocks and debris from the soil to establish a rough grade.
EnerLoc® wall insulation panel, a 2.3-inch thick panel with an R-value of 15, is installed on the walls to insulate them and provide ultimate energy savings.
Any seams that allow air to enter the home are sealed.
R30 Fiberglass insulation is installed in the bond cavity to prevent cold air from entering the crawl space.
VaporLoc Elite® a 120 mil thick liner, is installed on the floors to seal out moisture and soil gasses.
A 2-step taping process is used to permanently seal floor liner seams.
Our VaporLoc® Fan circulates the air to equalize temperature and control moisture levels.
Please fill in the information below to setup your FREE INSPECTION! A member of our team will call you to confirm the details and walk you through the process.
Please Note: You must be the Homeowner to receive our Free Estimate. Prospective buyers, renters, and non-homeowners will be charged a $250. fee for the written quote. This fee is payable upon setting the appointment, but will be credited to the final job cost if the work is completed by Foundation Systems of Michigan.