AeroBarrier Benefits

A tight home is a high performance home

AIR LEAKAGE, also called infiltration, is the unintentional seepage of outside air into a building, typically through cracks in the building envelope. In the summer, infiltration can bring humid outdoor air into the building, severely diminishing the efficiency of your HVAC. In the winter, this can result in warm, moist indoor air moving through cold envelope cavities.  Condensation then occurs within in the structure, resulting in mold or rot.

Leaky Buildings & Homes are:


Most people spend upwards of 90% of their time indoors. A leaky building allows in particulates, dust mites, pollen, and mold spores leading to poorer indoor air quality.


Leaky buildings are more expensive to condition. Tightening the envelope reduces mechanical loads, improves energy efficiency, and maybe most importantly, improves comfort.


As moist air leaks into your building, it hits a dew point and condenses inside the wall. This can cause all sorts of unseen problems from mold growth to wall failure.


40% of all CO2 emissions are from buildings. Most building energy is spent on the HVAC systems, and anything that can be done to minimize the leaks results in less energy being consumed.

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Makes Your Structure:


Achieve a more consistent temperature throughout the building.


Less particulates, dust, pollen and outdoor pollution entering the building improves indoor air quality.


Reduced envelope leakage means reduced mechanical loads, which improves energy efficiency and lowers your HVAC costs.


Blocking moisture means your building’s structural integrity remains intact.