|Posted by hj on December 06, 2003 at 09:08:26:|
|In response to Re: Crawl Space|
Pouring concrete is the only way I would do it even if it were a hassle. Wood of any kind is going to attract vermin and the space under it will be a haven for who know what kinds of creatures.
: I have a crawl space which is about 16' x 20' and 4' in height... it's also 4' up from the basement floor. There isn't any moisture problem. The soil is currently covered with thick black plastic. I would like the crawl space to have some type of flooring so I could try to use the area for storage. If treated wood was used for flooring, what should be under it? Is there anything else that would be good to use for flooring? Would it be all right to place some carpeting down? If so, how much of the area should be carpeted? There are currently two vents in the crawl space. Would it be all right to keep them closed?
: I wasn't going to ask... but, now I think I will. What do you think about pouring a cement floor in the crawl space? Is it a big hassle to do?
: I really appreciate you taking the time to answer my questions. Thank you so much! =)
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