Typical crawl space doors are made with painted wood panels. They're usually held on by metal nails or hinges.
However, wood rots and metal rusts, and when they're installed on your home, they quickly begin to fall apart.
The EverLast™ Crawl Space Door is the answer to this problem. Made entirely from inorganic plastics and foams, these crawl space doors create an airtight and waterproof barrier between your crawl space and the outdoors.
Installing an EverLast™ Crawl Space Door in your home is a fast and easy process, and it's usually done within the hour. One installer will put your crawl space door in place while the rest of your crew completes the crawl space repair.
Old crawl space doors can lead to many problems for your home. Along with being an eyesore, they also allow pests such as termites, ants, and mice into your home.
And because they're not airtight, they allow humidity into your basement during the summer, which leads to mold and rot. In the winter, cold winter air will enter, cooling your furnace, water heater, air ducts, hot water pipes, and other utilities.
Our EverLast™ Crawl Space Doors are created with ½" thick solid plastic, and they will never rust, rot, or need paint. Sturdy knobs allow for easy access and ensure a tight seal for many years to come.
New crawl space doors are inexpensive, easy to install, and keep your home looking great. You'll love how they complement the landscaping and make a subtle but powerful difference in the overall feeling of your yard.
Call us for a free crawl space quote today!
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