If you’ve been experiencing air leaks and drafts in your home, it’s important to consider the role of your crawl space. The crawl space is typically designed to provide access to pipes and other utility systems, but if it’s not properly sealed, it can create an entry point for outdoor air to infiltrate your home. It can be challenging to determine if your crawl space is contributing to this issue but there are a few ways to tell. One way is to visually inspect your crawl space to look for any signs of air infiltration such as gaps or cracks in the walls or floor, or missing insulation. Another way is to walk around your home and feel for drafts or cold spots near the floor. If you notice that certain areas of your home feel colder than others or if you feel a draft coming up from below, this could be a sign that your crawl space is contributing to the problem. Seeking professional help is always a good idea if you’re concerned about air leaks in your home. A professional contractor can conduct a thorough inspection of your crawl space and identify any areas where air might be getting in. They can also recommend solutions for sealing your crawl space and preventing future air leaks.