Bix Basement Systems offers crawl space ventilation vents for home owners in Peoria, IL, Bloomington, IL, Quincy, IL, Fort Madison, IA, and Hannibal, MO that provides an air control and security for your home. Our ventilation vents combined with a crawl space vapor barrier will be able to keep conditioned air inside your home, and warm or cold air out. Also, our crawl space fans will be able to properly ventilate your crawl space together with properly installed vent covers to keep this area underneath your home dry, safe, and healthy. We guarantee that this is a cost-effective way to safely and correctly ventilate your crawl space.
Crawl space ventilation vents are an economical ventilation option which will really work! Our ventilation fans will be installed between the floor joists and we will install a vent to the floor above the crawl space. We promise that we will get the installation work finished quickly, and we will even clean up the work area after we are finished. This is not something you’ll get with other crawl space repair companies in the area. We guarantee that! Be sure to keep your crawl space dry with our ventilation options.
Crawl Space Ventilation
At Bix Basement Systems, we realize that there are many other products on the market which say that they can take care of ventilating a crawl space in just a few simple steps. Some of these products make use of air inside your crawl space and it blows it outside the house. Other systems may suggest blowing air from the outside into your home. However, what will happen when this outside (or inside) air is damp, cold, or humid? It will eventually cause a variety of problems, including wood rot and decay, and mold or bacteria growth.
At Bix Basement Systems, we recommend installing a crawl space dehumidifier over using a crawl space fan. However, a crawl space fan can be much more affordable. So, if you’re a budget-conscious homeowner, then a crawl space fan might be the best option for you. It’s important to take care of your crawl space since what happens in this area of your home can have a huge effect on the rest of your home’s health. A damp, humid, leaky crawl space can cause a variety of structural problems which will be expensive to repair. If you have a dry crawl space, it’ll be safe and healthy and will improve your home’s overall energy efficiency.