Airsealing

Bulk air movement across a structure’s pressure boundary (typically walls, ceiling, floor) is often one of the greatest sources of heat loss in a home.  On top of that, air movement across these surfaces can lead to other problems such as poor indoor air quality, ice damming, and condensation in your attic.
CAZ uses a blower door to guide our air sealing, allowing us to find non-obvious leaks and to quantify our results.  A few hours with a blower door, some backer rod, and a foam gun can go a long way to making a home more efficient, durable, and healthier for its occupants.
Contact CAZ for a free estimate.
By | 2012-04-11T22:28:00+00:00 April 11th, 2012|Air Sealing|1 Comment

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  1. Yasin February 12, 2016 at 1:43 am - Reply

    Robin, I’m afraid we don’t ralley do insulation. While I know enough to provide advice in some situations, I don’t have an answer to this one. I can tell you I think expanding foam is not a good idea but I’m not sure. You should contact an insulation professional who can hopefully answer the question as well as qualify you for the many rebates available.Good luck and tell us how it turns out!

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