Air sealing is a critical part of the building process. Sealing air leaks can dramatically decrease energy bills and increase indoor air quality.
Although spray foam insulation can be used specifically for air sealing, there are many air sealing products, such as can foam insulation, that can be used alternately to seal key penetration points in your home around various objects such as:
- recessed (can) lights
- plumbing stacks
- electrical wires
- attic hatches or doors
- chimneys or flues
- duct chases
For jobs where foam insulation isn’t appropriate or requested, can foam insulation is installed to minimize air leaks. Fire foam is installed in key construction areas where fire resistance is necessary.
Air sealing with spray foam can insulation before installing fiberglass can dramatically increase your home’s energy efficiency. Because air sealing with a can spray foam insulation requires high attention to detail, it is best performed by a qualified contractor such as Delmarva Insulation. We offer top quality can foam insulation services in Delaware to guarantee your home is sealed properly from within.
A Tight Seal
Because of the nature of its application, our quality spray foam insulation can products are able to form a tight seal in the most inaccessible nooks and crannies. Air sealing with can foam insulation in attics can help keep conditioned air in your home and create a more comfortable living environment.
Spray foam can insulation can provide you with an incredible amount of savings on your energy bill. A household insulated with this kind of insulation can frequently save up to 50% on their energy bill, making the installation costs extremely worthwhile.
To learn more about how to get your home properly insulated with our can foam insulation services in Delaware, contact us today for more information. We look forward to talking with you soon!