Air Sealing & Insulation

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Improving the amount of attic insulation will greatly benefit your family, as it will decrease energy bills and home heating and cooling costs. Our insulation services assess potential problems within your home and prioritize solutions that will improve the comfort of your home.

  • Is your house drafty?
  • Is humidity too high or low?
  • Do your furnace ducts leak?
  • Do you have excessive ice build-up in the winter?
  • Is there condensation on your windows or walls?
  • Do you have hot or cold spots throughout your home?
  • Does your home need more insulation?
  • Are your energy bills too high?

Adding insulation helps ensure the hot or cold air that usually escapes will remain in the interior, therefore keeping your home warm or cool. Unsatisfactory insulation, air leaks and gaps in your home result in higher energy bills.

Air Sealing

Air leaks and drafts in attics, basements, and crawl spaces can be hard to find. Sealing these leaks with caulk, spray foam, or other weather stripping will improve the comfort of your home, lower the cost of utility bills, and make your house more energy efficient.

 

Retro-Fitting Insulation

The roof area of a house consumes as much as 50% of the energy needed to heat and cool a home. The crawl space of a home can consume up to 30% and the walls, windows and doors the remaining 20%. By eliminating vents, you can stop your heat loss in the winter months.

 

Crawl Space and Attic Encapsulation

Crawl space encapsulation (CSE) is the process of air-sealing a crawl space. When done properly, this eliminates moisture problems while also improving a home’s energy efficiency.  CSE can also be used for radon mitigation.

Performing attic encapsulation helps your heating and cooling equipment operate more properly and efficiently if your air conditioner is in your attic.  Attic encapsulation insulates the roof with spray foam that creates a cap to stop air leakage.

 

Products We Carry

  • Aeroseal Duct Sealing from the Inside
  • Cellulose
    • Open-Cell Spray Foam
    • Closed-Cell Spray Foam
  • Fiberglass Batt
  • Hybrid Insulation
  • Spray Foam

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