• Is Your Crawlspace Contaminating Your Indoor Air? [INFOGRAPHIC]

    If you’re like most homeowners, you don’t spend much time thinking about your crawlspace. However, while out of sight might be out of mind, your crawlspace is very much a part of your everyday life – in fact, chances are you’re breathing air from it right now. About 40% of the air in the living spaces of your home comes from your crawlspace—this is thanks to the Stack Effect, in which warm air rises, pulling air from your crawlspace. That means if your crawlspace has mold, mildew, rot, or moisture problems, your air does, too. This infographic from Island Catastrophe Environmental Restoration explains more about this indoor air quality issue. Our crawlspace waterproofing in Long Island, as well as mold removal and air quality testing, can put an end to your crawlspace issues. Please share this information about crawlspace waterproofing and its significant impact on indoor air quality with your neighbors and friends. Indoor Air Contamination Infographic