I've done this with good results; however, in order to keep the moisture levels under control in the crawlspace, I will add a small, inline fan to the mix to slowly provide conditioned air to the space (of course the space must be sealed well, insulated [I typically use rigid foam, but this may not work in your case], and at least a 6mil vapor retarder on ground and up all walls/supporting columns while leaving about a 3 inch gap at top to allow for inspection of termite activity.Now I just have to figure out what I will do about ventilation.
I was thinking a vent on each opposite end?
Have you tried duct mastic? It's what I typically use at the top of walls, etc, to hold the poly in place and seal it (all seams as well). Seems to stick to most anything, but I haven't tried it on closed cell.Also need to come up with a way to fuse the 6mil to the closed cell.
I was actually proud and pleased with that layout. Tough space......no walls near parallel, multiple varying angles, concrete stairs a mathematic mess.jaydee said:Nice work.
although I was staring at that tiled stair / hall and now have a headache,,
I totally took it as good-natured ribbing.No, I wasn't picking on it.
It does look neat and clean. I know how much time it takes to keep it
I was joking about the headache, Having a bad week.