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A homeowner in Ocean Township, NJ had an attic that was poorly air sealed and insulated. Our expert’s air sealed the attic with our orange ZypFoam sealant. Next we create barrier walls along the attic floor to help contain the cellulose insulation. Once the barrier walls are built, we then blow-in our TruSoft cellulose insulation. 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 home.
In Red Bank, NJ, a homeowner dealt with chilly floors and an under-insulated crawl space. To address this, we applied foam to the rim joists to seal the cold drafts and maintain floor warmth. Insulation panels (SilverGlo) were installed to the crawl space walls to create a thermal barrier. Lastly, a CleanSpace Encapsulation liner was added to the floor. These upgrades resulted in a snug and energy-efficient crawl space, providing the homeowner with a cozier home environment.
This homeowner’s Cape Cod style house in Oceanport, NJ suffered from inadequate insulation and air leakage on the second floor. The owner’s conditioned room had cold drafts in the winter and a hot stuffy room in the summer. After properly insulating both kneewalls our team can now focus on the devils triangle. First things first, we air sealed the devils triangles floor or conditioned rooms ceiling in the attic with orange ZypFoam. Next the roof slopes are dense packed with TruSoft cellulose insulation to stop air flow and insulate. Finally, the flat ceiling (the devils triangles floor) is insulated with TruSoft cellulose insulation to an R-value of R-60. We properly insulated the devils triangle and the owner now has a house that is more comfortable and energy efficient.
This homeowner’s kneewall in Oceanport, NJ suffered from poor insulation and air leakage. The owner’s conditioned room had cold drafts in the winter and a hot stuffy room in the summer. After removing the fiberglass insulation we air sealed both kneewall floors with orange ZypFoam sealant. The interior wall has exposed fiberglass insulation that is doing next to nothing to insulate the conditioned room. Our team installs SilverGlo insulation boards onto the adjoining wall. Next we draft block the floor bays with SilverGlo and air seal them with ZypFoam sealant. Since there is a larger roof overhang or a larger soffit we, use retaining walls to help contain the blown-in insulation. Finally blow-in TruSoft cellulose insulation to complete kneewall insulation.
We properly insulated the kneewall and the owner now has a house that is more comfortable and energy efficient.
This homeowner in Long Branch, NJ needed our help insulating their crawl space. Vented crawl spaces need to be sealed properly to prevent outside air from seeping into the crawl space or house. When hot or cold air vents into the crawl space it causes cold floors, drafts above the crawl space, cools heating ducts, causes relative humidity, condensation, odors, pests, mold, rot and more.
We first spray foamed the rim joist, and then our team fastens a piece of our SilverGlo insulation panel over the crawl space vents. Next we installed our SilverGlo insulation panels over the concrete blocks. Finally we use orange ZypFoam sealant to seal the seams of the SilverGlo panels.
Our customer now has a more comfortable house, lower fuel and electric bills.