Should I ventilate my crawl space or seal my crawl space?
I live in the northern part of Utah about 50 miles south of the Idaho Utah border and it's fairly dry all year long except in the early spring months, and I'm not sure if I should ventilate my crawl space or seal it off. I have read several websites that tell me that ventilated crawl spaces in the dry states in the western US are okay to have, then I've had several websites tell me ventilating a crawl space is altogether bad no matter where you are. I would very much appreciate if somebody could help shed some light on this for me.
Posted Oct 24, 2012 6:04 AM ET
Edited Oct 24, 2012 8:51 AM ET
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