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Air Sealing Your Home, The Why and How

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Air Sealing Your Home, The Why and How

Air Sealing Your Home, The Why and How
Do you ever feel as though your utility bills are too high or that your HVAC system isn’t working properly, even after a tune-up? One quick answer could be that your home isn’t air sealed. A house that leaks, or lets in, too much air can cause a hefty increase in energy bills. The best way to combat this is through air sealing and insulation. That’s why we’re sharing why you should air seal your home, how to do it, and how insulation will help.

Why Should I Air Seal My Home?

Your heating and cooling costs can make up nearly 42% of your yearly utility bills, according to Energy Star. Imagine how much more you would be paying if your home let in cold air during the winter and hot air during the summer. This would make your HVAC system work twice as hard for the same amount of treated air. Instead of allowing yourself to pay extra on energy bills, there are a few simple solutions. The first is air sealing and the second is insulation. Air sealing will ensure your home isn’t leaking air or letting in untreated air. Air sealing alone can

How Can I Air Seal My Home?

While some attempt to seal a home themselves, we don’t recommend it. If you want to air seal your home, call a professional. The expert technicians at Service Champions can air seal your attic and fix any cracks or holes in your ductwork. If you simply want to air seal the windows in your home, all you need is some caulk, a ladder, and some free time. You can also use caulk to air seal or weatherproof your front and back doors. If you want to truly ensure every bit of your home is air sealed, we recommend calling your utility company to schedule an energy audit.

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