Blown-in insulation is the most effective way to regulate the temperature inside your home. Whether you’re trying to keep it warm during the winter or cool during the summer, your insulation is your first line of defense from the weather outside.
Air sealing closes the gaps between your living space and the attic. These gaps allow your regulated air to escape, and the extreme temperatures from the attic to leak into your home. Air sealing fills the gaps with expandable foam to prevent the leakage.
Baffles provide the necessary space between your insulation and your air vents. Without baffles, your attic would not receive proper ventilation, causing excess heat build up. Inadequate ventilation can also lead to trapped moisture in the attic space.