My 1930 house has a large room ~(25x30) that was added on in the early 1980's without a basement nor slab. It is on top of thick concrete piers, pinned to ledge rock. On very cold days < 15f or very windy cold days, the floors are quite cold. Under the floors are some fiberglass insulation then plywood that seems to have some air gaps, allowing animals and wind to infiltrate the insulation.
I recently had a home energy audit, and one of the recommendations was to rip out the existing fiberglass insulation and have 3 inches of spray foam underneath instead. I agree that this would work, but the cost is $3500.
Would applying house wrap under the existing plywood/fiberglass (gaps and all) be enough to stop the air infiltration and possibly allow me to get away with not having to spray foam? Would there be any other reasons NOT to do this?