Air sealing and insulation go hand-in-hand
It’s important to note that neither insulation or air sealing alone are enough to reduce heat flow. Air sealing should always be done before insulation is installed.
As part of our air sealing strategy, we typically air seal the attic first since this is where the most significant leakage occurs. The basement and crawl space areas are our second priority. Air sealing these spaces eliminates a major source of cold air infiltration.
Air sealing and insulation upgrades from Mainline Home Energy Services can possibly cut your heating and cooling costs in half. Learn more about our blower door test or give us a call to schedule an estimate for an air sealing and insulation upgrade!
Start saving energy and money with an air-sealing upgrade
Mainline Home Energy Services technicians can perform a second blower door test when the air sealing work is done. The lower leakage rating confirms that you have a more airtight home, with enhanced energy performance, greater comfort, and lasting savings on your heating and cooling bills.
Don’t let anymore of your conditioned air escape from your home! Call 860-429-9663 or contact us online to schedule a free inspection of home insulation and an air sealing cost estimate. We also offer a comprehensive home energy audit.