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Let Precision Vapor Barriers get your under home “Dressed for Success” with a professional vapor barrier installation!

Vapor Barrier Installation

vapor barrier installationA properly installed and maintained vapor barrier is more important than you may think. In Florida, the humidity alone can spell problems for you and your home.

A vapor barrier is most commonly a layer of plastic sheeting installed in the under belly or crawlspace of your home to prevent excessive moisture from infiltrating the living area of your home as well as protecting wood and other structures from premature rot. When installed properly with the proper ventilation and drainage systems in place, a vapor barrier will help preserve your home in “tip-top” shape for years.

Excessive moisture can endanger the structural integrity of your home. Moisture will wick into the wood supporting your home causing rot and ultimately failure of key support systems. Excess moisture is also linked to increased chances of pest infestation such as termites and other insects that can cause damage to your home.

Uncontrolled moisture issues may also contribute to certain health problems. A wet crawlspace is a factor in the growth of mold in your home. Mold has been associated with respiratory problems and allergy related illnesses.

SOME VAPOR BARRIER WARNING SIGNS TO LOOK FOR:

  1. White deposits on the walls of your under belly or crawlspace (efflorescence)
  2. Signs of rot on post and beams in crawl space.
  3. Excessive rust on metal in crawlspace area (Nail heads, Post saddles, etc.)
  4. High radon levels
  5. Unpleasant musty odors
  6. Respiratory discomfort, headaches, and illnesses, such as allergies and asthma
  7. Insect and other pest infestations
  8. Mold and mildew on walls and floors of first-floor closets
  9. Peeling paint on home exterior

A properly installed vapor barrier will help reduce the problems associated with excessive moisture in your home. A vapor barrier is an important part of a comprehensive system that includes waterproofing drainage and ventilation. Precision Vapor Barriers offers free* vapor barrier inspections to mobile and manufactured homes in Florida.

Call Us today. One of our experts will evaluate your needs and offer recommendations

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Or call us at
  1-800-492-3890

727-288-4680








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worn vapor barriers

Worn Barriers

Old or torn vapor barriers can cause irritating and expensive damage to your homes floors by allowing moisture to invade your floors. If left unchecked you may notice costly soft spots developing. Call Precision Vapor Barriers and let our team repair your damaged vapor barrier before more inconvenient and costly issues arise.

Old Insulation

Old Insulation

A crawl space vapor barrier system accompanied with insulation replacement eliminates crawlspace moisture and fights the growth of molds. A new vapor barrier helps to drastically improve the air quality in your home. A new vapor barrier protects the structural integrity of your floors & helps eliminate pest infestation by eliminating moisture. A new vapor barrier used in conjunction with new insulation will save you money on monthly energy costs.

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Bad Air Ducts

Do you have leaking air ducts? Are you wasting money every month due to leaks or damage to your air ducts? Let Precision Vapor Barriers inspect old air ducts. We can inspect for faulty or damaged air ducts that may be under your mobile or manufactured home. Precision Vapor Barriers can guide you on how best to replace worn and damaged ducts, helping you to ultimately save money on monthly energy costs, while also improving your homes comfort and livability.

Get a Free* no pressure, no obligation inspection of your homes under belly!

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Contact Us

Or call us at
1-800-492-3890

727-288-4680

Precision Vapor Barriers
3209 Hyde Park Dr
Clearwater, FL 33761
United States

 

*It’s required for the homeowner to be present at the time of the free estimate. If the home is currently on the market or in escrow, a fee will be collected at the time of inspection to go toward the cost of repairs.