the space located underneath the floor of a single level house. It is usually surrounded by foundation stem walls.
An open area between the floor of a building and the ceiling or attic..
The space between the floor joists and the surface below when there is no basement. This allows access to make repairs on plumbing and other utilities.
The space beneath the floor and the ground.
Shallow space below the floor of a building built above ground, generally surrounded with a foundation wall.
low space beneath a floor of a building; gives workers access to wiring or plumbing
a "spidery opening into other worlds," but they sure aren't mysterious and attractive, that is unless you find a nasty, dark space under your house full of pipes, ducts, spiders, cat urine and in my case, some dead animal, attractive
A low or narrow space, such as one beneath the upper or lower story of a building, that gives workers access to plumbing or wiring equipment.
Space between floor and ground of a house or building.
A space located in a house that does not have sufficient height for a person to stand erect; a crawl space can be in a basement or in an attic.
Shallow space between the underside of the first floor of a house and the ground.
A space that is not tall enough to stand in, located beneath the bottom floor of the building.
An unfinished, accessible space below the first floor, generally less than full story height. (A space of limited height sufficient to permit access to under floor piping or wiring.)
A narrow, unfinished area usually filled with soil located in the cellar or basement.
In houses without basements, the space between the ground surface and the first floor, made big enough to "crawl around in" for utility installation and repairs.
In houses without slabs, pilings or basements it is the space enclosed by the foundation wall under the living space of the home.
A shallow open area between the floor of a building and the ground, normally enclosed by the foundation wall.
A shallow space below the living quarters of a house, normally enclosed by the foundation wall and having a dirt floor
is a shallow, unfinished space below the first floor of a house with no basement or a shallow space in the attic, immediately under the roof.
The space between the ground and the first floor of a home, usually no higher than four feet.
A low space above or below the house, just tall enough to permit such work as jacking up a sagging ground floor from below or installing ceiling fixtures above.
A SHALLOW, UNFINISHED SPACE BENEATH THE FIRST FLOOR OF A HOUSE USED FOR VISUAL INSPECTION AND ACCESS TO PIPES AND DUCTS. ALSO A SHALLOW SPACE IN THE ATTIC, IMMEDIATELY UNDER THE ROOF.
Space in a home that does not have sufficient height for a person to stand. Can be in a basement (most common in this area) or attic. Most commonly it is space under a house.
A crawl space foundation means an elevated first floor system that is usually high enough off of the ground to crawl beneath. Piers are made up of 8” x 16” blocks, and the foundation wall is made up of brick and 8” blocks. The foundation wall contains foundation vents, which allow air to circulate throughout the foundation so that moisture does not build up.
A shallow space below the living quarters of a house without a basement; normally enclosed by the foundation wall.
A shallow space located below the floor a building, usually enclosed by foundation walls. Sometimes referring to a low space between floors.
Also known as a Crawl Hole; it is the distance between the foundation of a building and the first floor of a building. Typical building codes require it to be at least 18 inches.
Space between the ground and the first floor of a home, to allow for access to wiring, plumbing, etc., approximately four feet.
Space between the ground and the floor of a house in which a person cannot walk upright. An enclosed crawl space is one not accessible from the outside of the house (except by a door or window) because the walls of the space protect it from the weather. A crawl space "open to the outside" is one that is accessible from outside the house--even though it may be covered by a trellis or lathwork, or some kind of brickwork that leaves space for circulation of air.
The space between the ground and the floor on houses not built on a slab or with a basement.