Humid Crawlspace condensation forms when the relative humidity in your home’s crawlspace reaches 100%. The point that air can’t hold moisture any longer is the moment that you have a humid crawlspace. A humid crawlspace full of condensation can lead to a number of issues like mold and mildew.
Having a wet and humid crawl space can lead to a major moisture problem and cause a mold smell in your home, mildew, dust mites, and over time, wood rot. Most moisture eventually rises and evaporates in your crawlspace, but when humidity levels reach 100% is when you start experiencing potential problems and damage to your home. Do you have a humid crawlspace?