My 111 year old house is built on a brick pier foundation. Some time ago a skirt wall of bricks was added around the perimeter. Sagging floors were fixed with concrete blocks wherever they were needed. What I am left with is a crawl space with about 18 inches of head room to the bottom of the floor joists and concrete and brick piers scattered all around.

I have big moisture problems under the house to the point where everything gets covered in condensation under the floors and even above. I need to find a way to seal out the moisture before it hits my wood. I have watched videos about adding thick plastic and sealing it all around but I don't think that is an option with all the obstructions I have under the house.

Any suggestions? If you are interested my signature has a link to our blog about the entire rennovation.

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