What type of contractor would be able to remove the insulation from the crawlspace ceiling and put it against the outside wall where it would actually be useful?
Block off the vents so chilly air doesnt pass below there. that's previous me why human beings vent this area. that's a ineffeciency on your residing house wintry climate or summer season. It additionally enables critters a place to bypass. i could additionally propose a radiant cove heater for tiled flooring. they save it advantageous and toasty to touch.
The insulation isn't making your floor cold, the weather is. And by code, your exterior walls are already insulated.
Why remove it from the crawlspace? It can only help. If you need some on the outside wall, get some - but most building codes require it on exterior walls, so you should already have it there.
The insulation is better under the floor than against the walls of the crawlspace.
There is normally some insulation in the ceiling of the crawl space. Heat moves from HOT to Cold, and the cool crawl space should be insulated from your kitchen. If your Kitchen floor is cold you may even want more. Or put carpet in you kitchen. (It is done.) Insulation is normally thickest (6 to 12 inches) above living space ceilings, next thickest (3 to 6 inches) in living space walls, and thinnest below floors (3 inches). Any home builder, home addition contractor, or serious handyman can add more insulation to your crawl space.