Benefits

Air Infiltration Reduction

Air Infiltration Reduction

Most homeowners are aware that air leaks into their houses through what seems to be small openings around doors and window frames and through fireplaces and chimneys. However, air also enters the living space from other unconditioned parts of the house such as attics, basements, and crawl spaces. More »

Energy Savings

Energy Savings

Checking your home’s insulation is one of the fastest and most cost-effective ways to use a whole-house approach to reduce energy waste and make the most of your energy dollars. A good insulating system includes a combination of products and construction techniques that protect a home from outside hot or cold temperatures, protect it against air leaks, and control moisture. More »

Fire Safety

Fire Safety

When people think about insulation, they think of energy efficiency and comfort in the home. Fire safety seldom comes to mind. But this should be a concern because different types of common insulations perform very differently in terms of fire safety. More »

Moisture Control

Moisture Control

A healthy home is a home where the Relative Humidity is Between 40-60%. Relative humidity of outside of this range is not only uncomfortable, but also makes us much more at risk to many unhealthy things in our living environment. More »

R-value

R-Value

There is a widespread belief that all insulation materials of equal r-value will perform equally. While insulations of equal r-value perform equally in the controlled conditions of a laboratory, they do not all maintain that r-value in the walls and ceilings of a building. Some off gas into the atmosphere and suffer a decline in r-value. More »

Sound Reduction

Sound Reduction

Spray Foam insulation is ideal for specialty applications such as sound-proofing the interior walls of your home theater room, home media room, bathrooms, master bedroom, laundry rooms, or in plumbing walls to reduce the sound of water rushing to drainage below. More »

Rebate Programs

Rebate Programs

At this time there is a NEW $500 Federal Tax Credit for existing homes adding new energy efficiency measures. Builders of new construction homes can qualify for a $2000 tax credit for new homes that meet or exceed energy star standards. More »

Vapor Retarders

Vapor Retarders

Seal Tech advises homebuilders and contractors that no additional interior or exterior air infiltration protection, beyond building wrap, is necessary when applying the Seal Tech Insulation System which incorporates Spray Foam. More »