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I'm thinking of putting carpeting in my concrete crawl space
for storage,do i need to put a vapor barrier down first,
the house is a 3-step ranch and the crawl space is dry,
it's 6 years old.
I'd just throw or give it all away. It will make for a quicker move some day.
How are the moisture/humidity levels where you live?
By all means, install a vapor barrier under your carpeting. Concrete will always sweat, with the change in humidity. The vapor barrier will keep your carpet dry, preventing that awful mildewy smell later.
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Greetings from Minnesota.