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This homeowner in Ocean Township, NJ had varying issues with their house being too cold & drafty. When our team of experts inspected the attic, we found the attic poorly insulated. The attic floors were not properly air sealed and insulated. To properly air seal the attic we used our orange ZypFoam sealant to seal the gaps and seams of the floor. Finally we blow-in our TruSoft cellulose insulation and buried any of the ducts to help fortify the insulated ducts. By air sealing and insulating the attic properly we help maintain a thermal barrier in the attic. This homeowner now has a more comfortable and energy efficient house.
The Church on the Hill in Ocean Township, NJ, exemplifies our consistent application of building science in all our projects. In the sanctuary’s attic, we're employing our established techniques but at a larger scale. Our team was able to safely remove the original contaminated fiberglass insulation and replace it with TruSoft cellulose insulation. TruSoft cellulose insulation offers a higher R-value per inch than fiberglass. It's fire-retardant and effectively manages moisture without losing its insulating effectiveness. This project highlights our dedication to implementing advanced building solutions on a larger scale.
This homeowner in Tinton Falls, NJ had a poorly insulated attic. Our team of experts also found the attic was not properly air sealed. Without the attic properly insulated or air sealed, the owner’s rooms became uncomfortably cold and drafty. To properly air seal the attic we used our orange ZypFoam sealant to seal the gaps and seams of the floor. Next we built catwalk dams or retaining walls along the attic floor to help contain our blown-in insulation. Finally, we blow-in our TruSoft cellulose insulation to complete the attic. By air sealing and insulating the attic properly we have made this house more comfortable and energy efficient.
This homeowner’s attic located in Eatontown, NJ was poorly insulated and had air leakage. When air leaks into the attic the owner pays more for their fuel & electric bill. Our team of experts will first air seal the attic by using our orange ZypFoam sealant. Once we seal all the cracks, fixtures, electric boxes, wire holes or holes, gaps, joints, seams and more we will then start to create our retaining walls. Finally, we blow-in our TruSoft cellulose insulation which will not burn, get moldy, or attract pests. Remember fiberglass when exposed dramatically lowers how well it can insulate.
This homeowner now has a more comfortable and energy efficient home.
In Middletown Township, NJ, a homeowner faced cold and drafty rooms due to insufficient attic insulation. This led to their conditioned air leaking into the attic, resulting in higher energy bills. Our team took action by air sealing the attic floor using ZypFoam sealant and constructing retaining walls to contain the blown-in insulation. Finally, we installed TruSoft cellulose insulation to achieve an R-Value of R-60. As a result, the homeowner now relishes a more comfortable and energy-efficient home.