Is Your House Full of Holes? Stop air leakage and save energy
Stop costly uncontrolled air leakage by sealing gaps, cracks and holes in the building envelope. Improve energy efficiency and durability. Reduce tenant complaints by providing a safer, healthier, more comfortable indoor environment.
"Sealing those air leaks will help you maintain your home at a comfortable temperature all year long and help lower energy bills. The biggest holes are most often found in the attic and the basement." - Excerpt from ENERGY STAR®, Frequently Asked Questions About Air Sealing.
Insulate 'hard-to-build' areas
Two-component polyurethane insulating air sealants and one-component polyurethane foam sealants are installed from within the building structure to seal and insulate 'hard-to-build' areas, such as windows, doors, penetrations, parapets and soffits to create insulating air barrier system continuity from the foundation up through the walls and across the roof.
New construction or retrofit, insulating air sealants contribute to:
Improved energy efficiency
Reduced moisture transmission
Reduced chance of mold and mildew growth
Reduced ice damming
BASF Foam Sealants are approved by the Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA) to meet and exceed Code requirements. -->