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You will need to ventilate the crawl well and use a soapy solution to clean it up If you have the manufactures info on the chemicals. I would contact them. They may have an answer to how to clean things up. They may even want to know about this reaction or already know about it. I have a question similar to these. We encapsulated our crawlspace and had the cat oder smell occur after about 4 months.
Had the company back out and they said it was likely the material they used. They applied another layer of a newer material over this. It did not help. I installed a vent system similarly used for radon and this worked for over 2 years, then this month the oder is back with strongly. I check the vent fan and all seems to be working fine. I wrote the company and they had not heard of the odor ever coming back.
I am not sure what to do at this point. SHould I get another encapsulation company out? Cant stand the oder. Any suggestions for solution greatly appreciated. Tear everything out and start again.
Before you replace any product, use a black light to see if there is any urine in the soils. There may be rodents under the plastic causing issues. Plastics can break down. If there is natural light getting into crawl space it will break down the vinyl used in the fabrication of the covering. If the fan system is not keeping the odor out, it could be something else. IS there heating or cooling system located in that area? Do you have cats?
I had another company out to give me an estimate on redoing encapsulation. In his inspection he said he noticed a couple of wet spots on the plastic, pulled the insulation down above and found evidence of rodents. We recommended pulling all the insulation out of the floor joist as a first step before starting over.
He said they always remove insulation on encapsulated crawl spaces. Depending on how they are doing the encapsulation will depend if insulation is required. Odors of urine were throughout the basement and crawl space area. No reason at all to have insulation on ceiling as the crawl space was open to the conditioned basement. If you look carefully all the black dots on the package of ceiling tile laying on the floor is mice droppings. We removed over a half dozen dead mice some that still had maggots feeding on them.
Once removed, we cleaned and sanitized the area, fogged it. Next day could not even tell they had a issue. Tyrenta I use two types of products. Microban X and Chemspec. Both of these items are EPA registered chemicals that does the trick.
You can purchase these at Jon Don. Thnk woodbridge -- are they interchangeable, or are they each for different purposes? Either one will work. The Microban X is my go to chemical. You must understand if you purchase this product, that you use it with care.
Its EPA Registered and only allowed to be used by professionals. They will sell it to you however. I also use Ozone machine in some cases. This will kill the odor quickly. But everything needs to be sealed and you cannot enter into area while being treated. I wish you were in Georgia! You do seem to have a solution. No one here does from what I can tell. And the rodent thing I guess possible they are under the plastic.
Causing smell If mice or rats though I would think if I set a few traps I would catch one then know. If it is rodents - I assume we would have to get rid of them first but would we need to tear up encap or just treat with the Microban? I thought about ozone but seems like many possible side effects - scared me. The interior of the home, mostly kitchen area has had a bad smell, similar to cat urine and we don't have any animals.
We also have an island with a sink in the kitchen and do not use the sink often so thought it was dry but that does not seem to be the case as I went into the crawl space and it smells like the island cabinet does.
I also noticed tons of spider webs and eggs in the sealed crawl and thought we were not supposed to get any. What could be the cause of the horrible smell as very concerned.
We are having the same problem. The company that encapsulated our crawl space was just here and had no idea what was causing it, since we have no cats. He just said it smelled like cat urine. I a wondering if an ozone machine would fix it permane tly or just temporary. We had our crawl space encapsulate to have a cleaner, better insulated space.
Seemed like a good idea since we were remodeling our basement. The crawl space was dry, no mold. We never had a oder problem in the space. I am really regretting the choice to encapsulate the space, we have now created a problem that did not exist. We had the installers out and there solution was to install a dehumidifier.
But from what I Piss Coming From My Ass - Various - Damage (Vinyl) read from other people who have experienced this same problem, adding in a dehumidifier does not solve the problem, just another expense. I hope that someone discovers what the cause of the smell is. I am considering having it torn out, going back to what we had. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Camille I replied already I believe but if you don't see it please let me know. We and many others have similar problem. We still seek a solution and exact cause. I live in Nashville, TN and I have been dealing with this issue since ! I had my crawl space encapsulated and about 4 months or so later the cat urine smell appeared. I have had the company out several times since and they have had several theories ranging from actual cats peeing on my foundation, rats, to the types of shrubs and trees near my house.
Absolute garbage. I would not believe any of the companies trying to give you these excuses. One of the yearly maintenance guys that came out said they had several customers complaining of the same issue.
I have tried everything over the years, and I believe it to be coming from the sealant they use or from the vinyl product itself. I currently have a humidifier running constantly and also installed a vent fan in one of the foundation vents.
It gets the smell out, but as soon as you turn it off the smell returns. Its a real pain. I feel like the companies installing this product need to own up and fix the problem!!
John C There is another post with the same issue here on HT. The answer can be found easily. Its not always the plastic that is causing the odor, although a good part of the time it is. All depends upon the quality of the plastic used to do the job. Has nothing to do with the sealants. It can also be from the chemical make up of the soils under the plastic. In the past the moisture in the crawl came up and evaporated and vented out of the leaks in the crawl space the outside.
Once you sealed the floor, the moisture build up under the plastic has had a reaction to the soil types and causes many of the smells people get. The fix is the fan. But not above the plastic but under it. A Radon type system needs to be installed. Perforated plastic tubing needs to be run around the outside edge and under the plastic. Where its then run outside with a fan that discharges above the roof eves. Must do that because it will extract radon out of the ground.
Even if you think you do not have it or never had it when tested. This can change if its present. In any case, most of the time this odor does not happen, and the guys doing the work may not ever even understood why this occurs.
Check out this web site and click on the video where it says stinky crawl space. It will explain in a bit more detail of what I just talked about. Thanks for your reply and I just checked out the site you mentioned. It seems very logical, but I have seen on other blogs that homeowners have installed these systems and the smell goes away for a while but returns somehow.
I am very skeptical of everything at this point for good reason. I will however look into this option in more detail. Do you have any recommended installers in my area? John C Hi John, Thanks for your response.
We went to the house on Sunday. It was a constant rain all day, but no torrential downpour. The sump pump kicked on while we were there. In addition, we found mold. Definitely a deal breaker It is a beautiful home No I have no contacts near you. The changes in the odors are often the result of different levels of moisture content within the soils. All sorts of things. But the soil outgassing is the most common cause. Contact the company that has the web site link, they may have installers in your area.
Or simply provide this information to the guys that have been out there in the past. If they are doing the right thing, they should be able to follow directions and fix this once and for all. Thinking back to when I first had this problem, I was told by the company that did the encapsulation that the vinyl liner acts as a radon barrier and is totally sealed.
If that is the case, why would I be able to smell VOC off gassing from the soil below? The vapor barrier still allows odors to run through while stopping liquids from flowing. Although slowing the process down it still occurs. The molecular structure allows the fumes to travel through while stopping the liquid. An example is a balloon. You blow it up, but in a few days its flat.
No holes? But the air simply migrates through the material. Same with the vinyl materials. Another example is house wrap. Allows for air to travel, but stops moisture. But odors still seep into the space above. Do not let anyone tell you that the vinyl acts as a radon barrier. Unless the pressure is lower below the plastic or vinyl the gas will still come through.
In a normal install, air pressure is greater the higher you move through a house. This is called Stack effect. This is the reason why we seal attics first when saving energy. Insulation alone will not do this. The closer you get to the basement or crawl space the lower the pressure in relationship to the outside the space becomes.
This pressure may be very slight, only about 2Pa or the same pressure as drawing water up a straw about half inch. Not a lot, but over the entire surface area of a floor this can add up enough to pull the outgassing through the plastic surface. Lower grade vinyl material is even more leaky then higher grade products. If you look at the web site not only do they use a better quality vinyl they use a silver coating to even seal even more. Here is the answer to the issue.
Click on smells video. I guess I need to jump on this bandwagon. Like John C, I am in the Nashville area and we had our encapsulation done by the same people. My encapsulation was done in May and I still have odor issues. The system has a dehumidifier installed and the humidity is well controlled. There are no HVAC services other than the ductwork in the crawlspace As the house was not encapsulated when new, the insulation between the crawlspace and the house is still in place.
I have gone several rounds with them over a couple years to get the smell issue resolved to no avail. They either don't know the cause or they don't want to address it. In my latest go-round with them, they indicated they wanted to extend the encapsulation all the way to the base plate making termite inspection impossible.
They also want to install a vent to the crawlspace. They say the odor must be coming from the insulation getting wet although have not indicated how they think the insulation is getting wet. I've taken some of the insulation, wetted it and put it in a plastic bag Here we are mid-December and the smell is still strong.
I don't know what to do next. Would the SUMA can test mentioned indicate a source for the odor? Hey Gary, very familiar story. They also told me to remove all insulation in the ceiling of the crawl because they were convinced it was some chemical used in the insulation that was off gassing and wet.
I removed it all. No change. After my last post on here I wrote the company a long email asking more questions, they did not respond! I haven't had time to deal with it any more because of work and the holidays. Maybe we should team up on this thing. I honestly feel like there is no way a pro installation company that has been in business this long can't know what the real problem is, they just don't want to eat the cost to fix it.
Same problem here. Wondering if we had pipes put under the plastic and than vented outside would help. Thinking of opening the vents under the house. At first the company we used where really trying to help. Now it seems they are avoiding us. They say they have never had this problem before. Someone said it was the soil under the house, Our termite inspector said it was the plastic.
Don't know what to do and am wondering whose problem it is to fix this. We just had this done in August. I'm in the process of researching this cat urine smell coming from an encapsulation crawl space. I have yet to find one of these issues resolved where the urine smell is removed forever. Is there anyone that has a success story? I hope Piss Coming From My Ass - Various - Damage (Vinyl). I am going to call someone local this morning and see if they can help us.
If so I will Post. It could be junipers or boxwoods, or even stinky damp workout clothes. Did someone leave a gym bag around? Grady--No junipers or boxwoods or gym bag, and certainly no damp workout clothes in the crawl space of my house!!! Or in my house or outside of it!!! Had another company here. He said our plastic was not sealed completely to the walls and leak could get through sounds logicaland that the duck work had leaks in it and needed to be resealed, and that should take care of it.
I asked him what they would do if the smell was still there after they did that work, what he would do. He did not have an answer. I don't know what to do!!! Paul Same issue. Same scenario. No solution found yet. They cannot deal all books and Piss Coming From My Ass - Various - Damage (Vinyl) imo so I don't see that fixing it. I have same issue. My duct work has been cleaned and sealed but we still smell the odorin the house so that is not fool proof either.
I'm probably gonna go back to opening a few vents and running some air thru as I have no other options. NO rodents in the crawl space. It has been enclosed with a plastic and there is no way for them to get in. The company that did the work has put a charcoal filter under there. When it is running the smell is less, however our electric bill was 25 dollars more.
They are coming back after the new year to reseal some of the plastic. I am like Jeff and think we might need to open a few vents. As in my post above, I am going to look back into all this after the holidays. It sucks all the odor out and puts it outside. As long as it's running it works, but I am not thrilled about a fan running constantly wasting energy, Piss Coming From My Ass - Various - Damage (Vinyl).
We all have the same exact problem after encapsulating our crawlspaces. I have lived here for 30 years and before it was open vents at foundation and a cheap loose plastic.
Now that we have spent thousands on the heavy vinyl and the dehu the odor makes it like we are going backwards. My neighbor not real close but a few blocks away tried a radon fan to no avail. I have tried every deodoarizer I can find, with baking soda boxes- you name it to no avail. ONLY thing that has worked at all is opening up a vent and letting 2 fans run -one mid way thru the crawl and the other a vent fan cheap one.
It does help the odor in the house. Crawl still has it but venting helped. I am going to get a better vent fan and go agead and do this permanently. I guess before the plastic on the crawl was loose enough and air was prevalent so no odor - ever. This is a case of taking one step forward then 2 steps back. No one I have had at my house has had a clue what this really is - but a smart guy in Carolina told me it was soild gas and I believe it is.
I was about to make an offer on a house with this cat urine smell issue. It was an intense smell. After a month of researching on the web and talking to encap companies, there is no final solution. In the beginning the encap companies first said they have never had this issue.
There should be a soil sample kit that could test the soil before encapsulation. I think this is more common and people either don't smell it or choose to live with it. During our home search we have found 2 houses with encapsulation and both had the cat urine smell. Now encapsulation is on our list of home features to avoid.
Not sure but you could buy the house and rip out the encap I would hope the smell would then go away. Geez I hope so. If you rip out the encap plastic will the mold come back? I think I would rather have mold than this smell!!
I have the same problem and have found a solution on the web. Going to call them on Monday to get the particulars. People who have done this say it works for awhile, but the odor comes back.
My opinion is that it would take an extensive network of PVC. More than is practical to do after the encapsulation is already done. If you go ahead with it, please let us know how it works out. If you put the PVC pipes with holes in it under the plastic, vented outside with a fan, will it not suck the plastic into the PVC pipes.
It seems like air needs to come from somewhere. ChrisMax PLease ,if you find a solution that works, let us know. We still have not found a solution! I would like to open the vents and let some fresh air in--however will that make or allow the mold to come back??
I would think someone out there would be able to find an answer, since this is happening to a lot of people. GradyWe do have dogs, however they cannot get anywhere near the crawl space. We have a porch and deck all around and lattice with with screen under the porch and deck to keep everything out. Pretty sure you are dealing with cat urine. It could have occurred years ago. It does not go away without removing the area cat sprayed.
One person I know had to rip all the new linoleum and wood floorbase to get smell out. Sub soils tend to cause odors when encapsulated. Here is a great web site to check out. The mitigation system they are talking about is designed much like a radon system. They call it a soil gas mitigation system because if they called it a radon mitigation system, they would be required by the EPA to be licensed as a mitigation contractor which is expensive to do and to get a license for. To answer the question about the fan drawing the plastic up into the pipes etc.
This is not the case. These fans draw very little air. Not much more than what you would see with your stove vent on low. The idea is to lower the air pressure below the plastic encapsulation to a point that is just below the pressure that is found above the plastic itself. The most common shape she saw is the Ms. Curtains shape, which is when the labia minora peek out from in between the labia majora. While many people think that everything tucked in is common, this frequently-seen package may not be entirely symmetrical.
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