Reduce the amount of air that leaks in and out of your home and save money.
Air Sealing will:
- Cut Heating & Cooling costs
- Improve durability
- Increase comfort
- Create a healthier indoor environment
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Air leakage occurs when outside air enters and conditioned air leaves your home through those gaps and cracks. During cold or windy weather, too much air may enter your home. When it’s warmer and less windy, not enough air may enter. This can result in poor indoor air quality.
When it comes to air sealing your home and crawl space, nothing provides better energy savings than Spray Foam Insulation.
The Department Of Energy says air infiltration is the leading cause of energy loss. Homes built before 2000 had no requirements for sealing those gaps and cracks where air can escape your home. These entry and exit ways will cause your insulation to be ineffective and your HVAC system to work overtime to heat and cool your home.
Contact us to learn how air sealing your home and crawl space will save you money. You’ll always be greeted by a real human being at Green Horizon One Hour. Any time, day or night.
A Healthier Environment
Air leakage also contributes to moisture problems that can affect your health and your home’s durability. Controlling moisture can make your home more energy-efficient, less costly to heat and cool, more comfortable, and prevent mold growth.
The best strategies for controlling moisture in your home depend on your climate and how your home is constructed. Properly controlling moisture in your home will improve the effectiveness of your air sealing and insulation.
An added benefit is that sealing cracks and openings reduces drafts and cold spots which in turn improves the comfort in your home. Proper ventilation should also be part of a moisture control strategy.
Learn more on how Green Horizon One Hour can help air seal your home and save you money. Make an appointment today.
Loose-Fill and Blown-In Insulation
Loose-fill insulation consists of small particles of fiber, foam, or other materials. These small particles insulate and conform to any space without disturbing structures or finishes. Loose-fill insulation is well suited for retrofits and those difficult locations to insulate.
The most common types of materials used for loose-fill insulation include cellulose, fiberglass, and mineral (rock or slag) wool. All of these materials are reusable and produced using recycled newsprint, glass, and post-industrial content.
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