The EPA estimates that the typical American home has enough leaks, holes and gaps in their attic to be equal to an open window every day of the year!
-Air seal your attic and lower energy bills year round
-Even,Comforatable room temperature, -improve indoor air quality
Attic Air Sealing
Most people do not think about air sealing their attic before adding insulation. The EPA estimates that the typical American home has enough leaks, holes and gaps to be equal to an open window every day of the year. You can't see the hole because it's the sum of many smaller openings. These gaps around plumbing pipes, light fixtures, chimneys and other attic bypasses are hidden under your insulation.
Common Air Leaks
Without air sealing your attic you are allowing conditioned air to escape from your home carrying with it your hard earned money. The EPA recommends air sealing your attic prior to adding insulation. Air sealing will make your home more energy efficent and comfortable. It will also prevent unwanted air drafts during the summer and winter months. By stopping these air penetrations your air conditioner will turn on less and you will save money on cooling costs.
Completed Attic Air SealingProjects