A Typical Crawl Space Access in Harrington, DE
This is a typical crawl space entry. Most have fairly small openings and are uncomfortable to get in and out of. They are usually covered with a thin piece of metal or wood, neither of which provide proper sealing to keep out water, debris or pests.
A View from the Inside
This is the view to the outside from inside the crawl space. The homeowner, or persons contracted by the homeowner, would have a difficult time entering and exiting this access due to the small opening as well as the metal barrier about 8" high surrounding the area.
Digging Out Space for the TURTL
The Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva production team has begun digging out a space for the TURTL at this Harrington, DE home. The crew will dig deep enough so that the rear opening to the TURTL lines up with the existing crawl space access.
Securing the TURTL in Place
The Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva production team has put the TURTL into place and are securing it to this Harrington, DE home.
Preparing a Seal Around the TURTL
The Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva production team has secured the TURTL to this Harrington, DE home. Now the crew must carefully seal around the TURTL ensuring that it stays airtight and watertight.
The Finished Product!
The TURTL installation has been completed! This will now provide the homeowner with a much more comfortable way of accessing their crawl space. The TURTL is airtight, watertight and lockable! The TURTL comes in different sizes and colors to provide crawl space entry comfort and protection to any homeowner.