What is Air Sealing?

Air Sealing
A typical attic air sealed with spray foam.

Air sealing is one of the most inexpensive things you can do to make your home more energy efficient. We can help you save on heating and cooling costs by checking for air leaks in common troubled spots.

Most air leaks are found in the attic, basement, plumbing chases and around exterior doors. A blower door is used in conjunction with other tools to confirm where leaks are located. Different air sealing products are used depending on the area involved (for example: weather-strip may be used around exterior doors and attic hatches and air sealing foam would be used in attics and basements).

Sealing air leaks in a home is a cost effective way to:

  • reduce heating and cooling costs
  • increase occupant comfort
  • improve durability
  • create a healthier indoor environment

Best of all, Energy Geeks will show you how to take advantage of rebates from your utility company. Rebates that may cover most of the cost of insulation and air sealing.

Remember you as a homeowner in Rhode Island and Massachusetts pay for these rebates each month through the Energy Efficiency charge on your utility bill.

Ready to Find and Seal those Leaks in Your Home?

We’ll be happy to help you make your home more energy efficient by identifying and sealing any leaks.

Call Energy Geeks at (401)-766-1540 or contact us online for you free energy audit.

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