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base·ment

(bās'ment),
1. Synonym(s): base (1)
2. A cavity or space partly or completely separated from a larger space above it.

base·ment

(bās'mĕnt)
1. Synonym(s): base (1) .
2. A cavity or space partly or completely separated from a larger space above it.
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giving access to the crawl space, and once Molly had lifted it up to see
The soil, which makes up the floor of the crawl space, became contaminated over the years as the insulation on the overhead pipes was permitted to rot and fall away.
"What had happened was that the stairs had been partially cut away to create the crawl space and tunnel.
We would also appreciate your thoughts on how best to ventilate/not ventilate the crawl space (between the lower level and garage).
First, the tested building is described with the experimental setup; the second part introduces the properties of the PCMs installed in the crawl space. Then the next part deals with the simulation models of the building realized with TRNSYS to compare the thermal behavior of the building with and with out PCM.
Room-by-room restoration descriptions offer solutions for all kinds of issues from sealing an old crawl space to replacing windows.
CRAWL SPACE VENTILATORS automatically circulates fresh outdoor air through crawl space vents.
The rest were inside the house - one in the basement, two in the third-floor living room and two in an upstairs crawl space, said Lt Stacho.
Major requirements and components of correctly designed and constructed unvented crawl spaces include (1) control of surface runoff, (2) foundation drains and damp proofing, (3) a fully sealed air/vapor retarder on the floor and perimeter walls, (4) insulated perimeter walls, and (5) incorporating the crawl space as part of the conditioned space of the house.
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