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Once you’ve located the leaks in your home, sealing the gaps and cracks, otherwise known as home air sealing, is a key first step towards maximizing your savings today and well into the future.

By tightening up the exterior of your home, the amount of heated or cooled air that can escape is reduced, so less energy is required, less money is spent on utility bills, and you reap even better returns on energy efficient upgrades.  New heating systems, windows, and doors all perform more efficiently in the absence of air leaks.  The best news is that sealing is one of the quickest, easiest, and most budget-friendly tasks you can take on when weatherizing a home. Click on a question below to learn more.

  • What is home air sealing and why should ALL homeowners do it?

  • As a professional, why does air sealing matter to me?

  • Why is home air sealing an essential first step to achieving energy efficiency?

  • What are the benefits of home air sealing?

  • What are other ways I can save energy to save money?