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Have you been experiencing inconsistent temperatures in your home, or are your energy bills much higher than expected? It might be time to consider attic air sealing. If your attic is not properly sealed, it can have similar effects to running your AC with open windows – proving to be extremely inefficient and costly.

The attic is a crucial barrier between the outdoor elements and your home’s conditioned indoor environment. Unsealed cracks and holes can lead to the escape of cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter while also allowing lower-quality air to seep into your living spaces. Signs you need air sealing include noticeable drafts, uneven heating and cooling, high utility bills, and excessive dust, which indicate poor indoor air quality.

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  • Uneven Heating
    and Cooling

  • High Utility

  • Excessive Dust/Poor
    Indoor Air Quality

What Is Air Sealing?

Air sealing involves identifying and sealing gaps, cracks, and openings in your attic. Common air leakage sites include plumbing pipes, electrical wires, recessed lighting fixtures, flue shafts, and attic access points. Our trained professionals use caulk, foam sealant, or weatherstripping to ensure a comprehensive seal.

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Benefits of Air Sealing Your Attic

Air sealing your attic is crucial in improving your home’s energy efficiency and comfort while preventing costly damage. By sealing gaps, cracks, and openings in your attic’s structure, you effectively block outdoor air, pollutants, and moisture from entering your living spaces. This not only helps maintain consistent indoor temperatures year-round but also reduces the workload on your HVAC system, leading to lower energy bills. 

Air sealing prevents moisture buildup in your attic, mitigating the risk of mold growth and structural damage. By investing in attic air sealing, homeowners can enjoy enhanced indoor air quality, increased energy savings, and a more durable and comfortable living environment for years to come. 

Air sealing lowers energy consumption by reducing the demand on your HVAC system, thereby decreasing your home’s carbon footprint—a step forward in environmental responsibility.

Air Sealing and Insulation

Air sealing your attic is the first step to ensuring a comfortable, energy-efficient home. Insulation and air sealing work hand-in-hand to provide the optimal level of temperature regulation, keeping cool air in the summer and warm air in the winter. At Attic Projects, air sealing is performed in the attic or crawl space before all of our insulation replacement or insulation projects to ensure that the job is done right and the homeowner will experience the many benefits for years.

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Professional Attic Air Sealing

Although many homeowners believe they can take care of their attic air sealing independently, hiring a professional is important if you want the job done right the first time. Attic air sealing requires experience and proper techniques to provide optimal energy efficiency in the home.

Attic Projects’ Step-by-Step Air Sealing Process:

  1. Inspection: We begin with a thorough inspection of your attic to identify all potential air leakage sites.
  2. Sealing: Each identified gap or crack is sealed using the most effective materials for each situation.
  3. Quality Check: Our team conducts a final review to ensure every nook and cranny is airtight.

Insulation may be added or replaced to enhance energy efficiency further. Professional technicians meticulously seal all potential air leaks, ensuring a tight seal and maximizing the effectiveness of the insulation. By completing the air sealing process, homeowners can significantly reduce energy loss, improve indoor comfort, and enhance the overall efficiency of their home’s heating and cooling systems.

Ready to Improve Your Home?

Invest in the comfort and efficiency of your living space. Contact us today for a free consultation and take the first step towards a more energy-efficient home. Call or visit our website to schedule your professional attic inspection.





The entire team at Attic Projects were amazing to work. We hired them to sanitize and install vapor barriers in our basement/crawl space. Joe was our project manager and he did an outstanding job in putting a plan together for us. He was always available to help with any questions. Joe presented every detail clearly and put us at ease with the plan. The team who executed the work were outstanding. Special thanks to Jeremy, Frankie and Oscar for all their hard work. They showed up on time, and were fully prepared to get the project done within the scheduled timeline.

Overall, I have nothing but great things to say about Attic Projects.




Attic Projects has taken care of us throughout the entire process. From every step of the way from our Rep Paul, team lead Jeremy, and his entire team including Frankie, Oscar, Richard, and Paul, the team has taken care of our immediate needs. Jeremy's team identified entry points inside and out. The team spent the entire day painstakingly sealing every possible entry point for vermin. The team left our property clean and orderly. I cannot say enough about this group!




I am very satisfied with the job Attic Projects did for me, they delivered as promised. My attic looks great, it’s clean, sanitized, secured(no more rats!), completely sealed and insulated. The security of a ten year warranty gives me added confidence in their good work. Kevin, the project manager was punctual and thorough as he explained the process and saw the job through. He and the crew were very respectful and polite, which was very important to me. Great service like that is hard to come by these days! Thank you all soo much!!











Frequently Asked Questions:

Attic air sealing is the process of closing gaps, cracks, and openings in your attic to prevent air leakage. This improves energy efficiency, reduces utility bills, and enhances indoor air quality by keeping conditioned air in and outdoor pollutants out.
Signs that your attic may need air sealing include noticeable drafts, uneven temperatures across rooms, high energy bills, and increased dust or indoor allergies. A professional inspection can confirm the presence of air leaks.
The time required for air sealing an attic can vary depending on the size of the attic and the extent of the leaks. Typically, the process can be completed in a day, but larger or more complex projects may take longer.
While some homeowners may choose to tackle air sealing independently, professional installation is recommended to ensure that all leaks are properly identified and sealed. Professionals have the tools and expertise to perform a thorough job.
Air sealing reduces the need for heating and cooling, which lowers energy consumption and decreases your home’s carbon footprint. This contributes to a lower environmental impact through reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
Air sealing is essential for maintaining a comfortable, energy-efficient home. It helps stabilize indoor temperatures, reduce strain on HVAC systems, and protect against moisture and pollutants that can lead to mold growth and unhealthy air.
Common materials used in air sealing include spray foam, caulk, and weatherstripping. The choice of material depends on the location and size of the air leaks.
The cost of attic air sealing varies based on your attic’s size and the severity of the air leaks. However, the energy savings from reduced heating and cooling costs often offset the initial investment.
While both air sealing and insulation improve energy efficiency, they serve different purposes. Air sealing prevents air from leaking in and out of your home, whereas insulation helps maintain the indoor temperature by resisting heat flow.
Inspecting your attic for air leaks annually is a good idea, particularly before the heating or cooling seasons begin. Regular checks help ensure that new leaks have yet to develop and that previous sealing measures are still effective.

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