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Larry Janesky, from Dr. Energy Saver explains the process of air sealing and insulating the cathedral ceilings and attic of newly constructed condominium units. A lot of energy is typically wasted through leaky attics and ceilings because the heated air from the living space will rise and escape through these areas. An air sealed and properly insulated attic is the main component of an energy efficient home. The first step here was to seal all gaps and leaks from the conditioned area into the attic using spray foam. Special attention given to areas around ducts, lighting fixtures and wiring. Next, cellulose insulation was blown 16 ft. down into the rafter bays to insulate the cathedral ceiling. The last step was to blow several inches of cellulose insulation in the flat part of the attic, to bring it up to the U.S. Dept. of Energy’s recommended R-Value for the region. Thanks to Dr. Energy Saver, these are now energy efficient condominium units, and the future occupants will enjoy a comfortable home with very low energy bills. We can do the same for your home, new or old. Give us a call!
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