Crawlspace insulation actually serves two key purposes. One is to of course provide insulation for your flooring area and make your home living area warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. But if you have a crawlspace under your first floor that houses water pipes or ductwork, it is essential that the area be well insulated.
That’s because if it is not, those pipes could freeze and burst in colder climates, such as northern Maryland towns like Bel Air, Towson and Aberdeen. Crawlspace insulation will also act as a means of keeping the hot water from those pipes or the air that flows through ductwork at a more consistent level with minimal loss of energy to the surrounding environment.
Contact us for a FREE estimate