Can you add insulation under the floor through a crawlspace access? I know it might depend on the height of the access, but could it be done?
Will stuccoing the outside add any insulation value? TIA!
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Given your mild climate I'm not sure you'll get a lot of bang for your buck. But if you have access to the crawlspace you can certainly insulate the floor.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Sparky,
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I agree with Sparky.
One problem with under floor insulation is keeping critters out of it. That may not be a problem in your area; you might consult the building dept and see what they say.
I can't imagine stucco providing any significant insulation value.
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