How To Air-Seal Your Home
Have you been thinking about air-sealing your home? Air-sealing is a great investment in your home that will help you to save money on your monthly energy bills in the long-run and will help to maintain the structural integrity of your home. Here is some step-by-step information on the air-sealing process: Spray Foam Insulation Near Maple Grove MN
Have Your Home Inspected By A Pro
The first step of the air-sealing process is to contact a professional insulation contractor and have them do an inspection of the area that you wish to air-seal. An inspection will include identifying any air leaks, water leaks, mold and mildew growth, signs of pest-related issues, exposed wiring, and other issues. Once all of the imperfections in your insulation and issues have been noted, the inspector will give you suggested recommendations on what all needs to be done in order to ensure that the area is properly air-sealed.
Schedule An Appointment
The next step is to schedule an appointment to have your home or a certain area of your home (i.e., your attic) air-sealed. Air-sealing generally takes about a day to complete, and can entail many different processes. The use of spray foam and caulk, among other insulating materials, are common when it comes to air-sealing your home.
Install Insulation & Do A Post-Installation Inspection
Once the air-sealing process has been completed and any additional insulation that your home needs has been properly installed, most contractors will do a post-installation inspection and walk-through to show you what all they did to air-seal your home. If your home experiences any issues in relation to or after your home being air-sealed, then you should contact the contractors directly and ask them to do another inspection to ensure that the process was completed properly.
Insulation Contractors Maple Grove MN | Century Insulation
Century Insulation can help you insulate your home or commercial property in Maple Grove Minnesota. Our services include spray foam insulation, attic insulation, cellulose insulation, and fiberglass insulation. If you’re not sure which one is best for you, feel free to contact one of our insulation contractors to come and inspect your house and help you determine which solution works best for you!