What is Targeted Air Sealing?
In Winter, cold air often streams into your home like a river, causing cold spots, cold rooms, and your furnace / boiler to work overtime to reach / hold warmth.
In Summer, air conditioners work to cool and dry your inside air only to have it escape outside or work overtime. It’s a never ending cycle of the seasons as well as needlessly high heating and cooling bills.
Achieving stable temperatures inside your home is a challenging, frustrating and costly proposition, like drinking from a glass with holes.
Temperature stability can never be reached if air is leaking out, which results in a larger utility bill. Instead of heating and cooling appliances working overtime, solving common air-leak problems by air sealing your home, is an easy no-cost step covered under the MA state program. Endless Energy facilitates this for you. It’s simply part of what the state has hired us to do for you.
What places in your home leak air?
While older doors and windows, account for roughly 21% of a homes energy loss, there is an even larger culprit looming above your head: Your ATTIC. In fact, floors, walls, and ceilings represent a combined 31% of all air leaks. Air sealing tackles the largest of these culprits head on.
While you can attempt to Do-It-Yourself, this task quickly becomes difficult for even the most handy and is rarely done correctly with over-the-counter cans. Why pay for expensive messy foams and risk injury clinging to rafters in your attic? Besides, in Massachusetts this service is offered at No-Cost through a state funded Endless Energy Analysis.
The savings from an energy analysis stretches well beyond the lifetime of the house and includes over $3,800 in state funded service, advice and items, like LED bulbs, new thermostats, energy saving power strips and much more.
Endless Energy is happy to activate your no cost program and arrange your energy analysis. We’ll see if your home qualifies (most do) for air sealing. Make your home more comfortable, affordable, and energy efficient by calling or clicking here for more information.