Seal Tech Insulation can help you save on your energy costs by upgrading your insulation in ALL the problem areas of your home including, vented and non vented attics, cathedral ceilings, existing walls, crawl spaces, rim joist, and basement walls.
Your state and local building codes probably include minimum insulation requirements, but to build an energy-efficient home, you may need or want to exceed them. For maximum energy efficiency, you should also consider the interaction between the insulation and other building components. This is called the whole-house systems design approach. More »
A large percentage of heat escapes through the attic and the walls of a home. However, a new approach to insulation can make a big difference. The best practice for insulating is to use Spray Foam Insulation to fill the spaces between the framing studs in the walls and attic. More »
Sloped, vaulted, and cathedral ceilings are different names for essentially the same ceiling configuration. These ceilings are very popular in newer homes and remodeled homes, and they certainly add dramatic visual interest to a room. But because there is little or no attic space separating inside and outside air, proper insulation is especially important. More »