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PREVENT ENERGY LOSS

Air Seal Audit Checklist
A

Windows and Doors

A

Windows and Doors

A

Windows and Doors

B

Electrical Boxes

C

HVAC Penetrations

D

Attic Hatch

E

Ducting and Venting

E

Ducting and Venting

E

Ducting and Venting

F

Under Baseboards

G

Gas Lines

H

Exterior Water Faucets

I

Main Water Penetration

Key Sources of Energy Loss in a Home where Great Stuff Insulating Foam Sealants can be used:

A
Windows and Doors
A
Windows and Doors
A
Windows and Doors
B
Electrical Boxes
C
HVAC Penetrations
D
Attic Hatch
E
Ducting and Venting
E
Ducting and Venting
E
Ducting and Venting
F
Under Baseboards
G
Gas Lines
H
Exterior Water Faucets
I
Main Water Penetration
Air Seal Audit Checklist
 
 
 

WHY AIR SEAL ?

Your heating and cooling are quietly sneaking out from your home as unwanted external air, pests and moisture find their way in. It’s uncomfortable. It’s expensive. And it’s happening all around the home. However, it’s nothing a few quick projects can’t fix. In fact, according to the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET), properly insulating and air sealing can help lower heating and cooling costs by up to 30%. Check out what you need to do to start enjoying the benefits of a well-insulated home.

BENEFITS OF AIRSEALING

Seals and Insulates

Lowers Energy Bills

Keeps Out Pests

Minimizes Dust and Mold

 
 
 

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