Professional Memphis Air Sealing Services
Weatherstripping is one way to prevent Memphis air leakage through gaps around doors and the moving parts of an operable window. As much as 7-12% of a home’s heating and cooling loss occurs around windows and doors, so weather-stripping is an important part of your energy-saving curriculum. Effective weatherstripping will close the gaps completely and be easy to replace. Aluminum and vinyl stripping for the bottom of your door is rather inexpensive, fairly easy to install, and will last for several years.
Another way to seal air leaks is through caulking. It is used to seal all gaps around fixtures, openings, door and window frames. We can use heavy-duty caulking and apply thick beads of caulk around gaps in the attic, and at the junction between the basement wall and the house. Expanding foam insulation is another option that can also be used to fill up large gaps in walls.
Our Memphis Air Sealing Services
- Leak Detection
- Air Leakage Prevention
- Air Leak Detector
- Home Energy Audits
- Foam Insulation
- Pressure Testing
- Leak Detector
- Energy Saving
- Leak Tester
Why Memphis Should Hire Us For Air Sealing
We are dedicated to creating long-term relationships with our customers by offering them quality services without compromise.
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