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Why is Air Sealing Important?

Started this discussion. Last reply by John White May 18. 7 Replies

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John White replied to Cameron Home Insulation's discussion Why is Air Sealing Important?
"As you want to know what are the benefits of air sealing and why it is important. Then find out the below-mentioned points to know more about it Lower energy bills – Air sealing ensures the lower electricity bills Improved home…"
May 18
Alex Jonson replied to Cameron Home Insulation's discussion Why is Air Sealing Important?
"Has anyone installed Constant Airflow Regulators in conjunction with Sealing ?"
May 14
George Kopf replied to Cameron Home Insulation's discussion Why is Air Sealing Important?
"The first step to any performance upgrade to a home is to properly separate the indoors from the outdoors. The key here is the word "properly." A shell that is too loose is like living in a tent. But, on the other extreme, a shell…"
May 14
ayazfudugo1 replied to Cameron Home Insulation's discussion Why is Air Sealing Important?
"Air sealing is critical to your energy conservation efforts and can save lots of utility bills. Air leakage is also a big cause of discomfort, air pollution and moisture problems. "
May 11
Franco Oyuela replied to Cameron Home Insulation's discussion Why is Air Sealing Important?
"Proper air sealing is critical not only to your comfort, but also to your home’s energy efficiency and indoor air quality. Air leaks through poorly-insulated walls, drafty windows and doors, or openings made for pipes, wires or other services…"
May 7
Brad Cook replied to Cameron Home Insulation's discussion Why is Air Sealing Important?
"To save energy. Air leaks allow your heated air to leak out, requiring energy to heat up the cold outside air replacing the leaked air. Up to about half of your fuel bill is to heat the outside air that is replacing the leaked air. If you don't…"
May 3
Sara R replied to Cameron Home Insulation's discussion Why is Air Sealing Important?
"Benefits of air sealing: -Fewer drafts, even temperatures-Lower energy bills-Helps to keep pests, insects and critters out-Minimized dust, mold and mildew-A more comfortable, energy efficient home-Significantly cut annual heating and cooling costs…"
May 3
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Why is Air Sealing Important?

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Apr 26
Cameron Home Insulation replied to Jim Conlon's discussion Insulation Blower Recommendations?
"Hi, Rent a Cellulose Insulation Blower from your local Home Depot. Get more information about rental pricing, product details via contacting the professionals. Would like to recommend you to contact Cameron Home Insulation for best information Thanks"
Feb 18
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At 10:00am on September 21, 2017, Diane Chojnowski said…

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Insulation touches underside of roof in home with no soffit or soffit venting.

I performed an assessment for a recent home buyer and the home inspector they hired when they…See More
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