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Because heat rises, the attic is the ideal location for insulation installation. Insulating your attic prevents the growth of bacteria, condensation, and mold on framing members, plywood roof sheathing, and other roofing materials.
Attic insulation saves money on energy bills and improves the comfort of your home. A well-insulated attic also aids in the protection of the roof from moisture damage. Your attic is an important part of your home, so insulate it properly!
Contrary to popular belief, air ducts are not as fragile as they appear. Heat loss can be caused by installation flaws such as gaps between sections. Wear and tear, as well as neglect and poor maintenance, can all cause air duct damage. Before contacting an air duct specialist, keep an eye out for high utility bills, whistling, and poor air quality.
It is also important to note that dirty air ducts are hazardous to one’s health and should be avoided. Furthermore, if your heating bill is significantly higher than in previous years and cannot be attributed to specific changes in the home environment, it may indicate a problem with your air ducts system.
By sealing the crawl space, you can keep moisture out of your home. Pests and humidity levels will be lower. This will help to keep your home’s structure and make it a more comfortable living space.
Because the conditioned air in your home can no longer escape outside, your furnace and air conditioner will be less taxed. This allows for cooler summer air to enter and warmer winter air to exit. This will result in increased energy efficiency and lower utility costs.
Although each job is unique, we recommend that you encapsulate your attic and crawlspace with open-cell spray foam. Open-cell spray foam is best used in attics because it can permeate moisture. This allows water to pass through the foam and reveal the problem. We do not recommend closed cell spray foam for roof applications because it is not water-permeable. It has the potential to trap moisture and cause damage to your roof.
Closed-cell spray foam can be used to improve structural integrity in certain applications, such as hurricane-protected roof lines. Crawlspace and basement encapsulation should be done with closed-cell spray foam. It forms a moisture barrier to keep damp, musty air out of your home’s conditioned spaces.