Air Sealing

Don't Let Money Slip Through the Cracks

Call Energy Solutions of Maine to detect air leaks in your home


Air leakage occurs when outside air enters and conditioned air leaves your house uncontrollably through cracks and openings. It is unwise to rely on air leakage for ventilation. During cold or windy weather in the Bangor area, too much air may enter the house. When it's warmer and less windy, not enough air may enter, which can result in poor indoor air quality. Air leakage also contributes to moisture problems that can hinder the occupants’ health and the structure’s durability. An added benefit is that sealing cracks reduces drafts and cold spots which improves comfort.

$400 rebate on air sealing
Efficiency Maine is now offering a $400 rebate for air sealing work in your home. Energy Solutions of Maine is an approved residential energy advisor and will perform this work for you with the utmost professionalism and will complete and process all rebate paperwork on your behalf.
Air Sealing
All attic plane penetrations are sealed using foam to prevent air
exfiltration from the conditioned living space. Attic access points,
electrical penetrations , plumbing penetrations and open wall tops are
to be sealed. Penetrations through basement walls and through basement
ceilings for electrical and plumbing are sealed. Chimney chases are
sealed using metal flashing and high temperature caulking..
Blower door testing
Using a blower door and infrared camera your home is tested to determine total overall air leakage and identify areas where unacceptable levels of air infiltration occur. Using a prioritized list, those areas are targeting where the largest improvements will be made to lower the amount of airflow in the home. Following BPI guidelines, an combustion safety check is made and a follow up blower door test is done to ensure any changes made to not negatively impact the home's health and safety.