Some background -
- I bought my current house in the middle of a drought in 2007, and knew nothing of vapor barriers.
- The house has a nice, albeit uneven crawlspace, that is walkable for about half of it's size.
- I built a floor with two by fours and osb for a workshop in about one third of the crawlspace
- The rest is just dirt.
- I'm in the hot and humid American Southeast.
I've come to the realization that I need to add a vapor barrier in the crawlspace to bring the humidity and mustiness down. Putting down plastic sheeting over the non-workshop part of the crawlspace should be no problem, but I reallllllllllllllly don't want to pull up the flooring of the woodshop, put plastic down, and put the flooring back down again.
Is it possible that the OSB would do at least some of the traditional plastic sheeting vapor barrier?