Insulating our crawlspace (with limitations)
Hi all. So our home was built in 1952 out in the pacific northwest – I have no exterior wall insulation, no floor insulation and a vented crawlspace. Only insulation we have is in the attic which was recently air sealed and then we had blown in cellulose which brought that up to code. For now (we have renovation plans which might remedy the exterior wall insulation issue later) we’d like to insulate the floors / crawlspace. I hate to say it but I think spray foam might be out of the question and I think encapsulating is also out of the question. Due to $$$. Curious what my options are with that or what suggestions y’all might have. Bonus if it’s DIY’able and I can tackle this myself.
Pics of the crawlspace here
The only thing else to note here I think is that the plumbing is under the house but I think you can see that from the photos. Thanks
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