Attic Encapsulation

Family Staying Warm Under Blanket

Air Loss Through the Attic

Does the upper areas of your home always feel a little drafty? No matter how much you crank up the heat you always wonder when you will reach your comfort level. You may be losing a lot of air through leaky ducts or ceiling fittings in your attic.

Mold & Moisture Problems

This loss of air can lead to an increase in heating and cooling demand. It can also pull humid indoor air up into the attic, creating the perfect environment for moisture problems such as condensation and mold. This mold can invade your home and lead to headaches, allergy flare-ups, respiratory problems, and even more serious health issues — which can lead to expensive hospital visits down the road.

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How do you fix these problems?

Through attic encapsulation. Encapsulating the attic involves insulating it like the rest of your house. Our technicians at Southern Home Performance spray an expanding foam sealant into all the cracks and crevices in the walls and ceilings, ensuring that the outside elements (temperature and moisture) can’t get in.

If you are wondering if an attic encapsulation would be good for your home, call the experts at Southern Home Performance to request a home assessment today.

Diagram Comparing Home With or Without Attic Encapsulation

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Attic Encapsulation Highlights

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Attic Encapsulation Furnace and Insulation - Page Gallery
Dehumidifier and UV Lights Installed During Attic Encapsulation - Page Gallery
Proper Foam Insulation and Duct Sealing in Attic Encapsulation Project - Page Gallery
New Flooring Installed - Attic Encapsulation Page Gallery
Attic Encapsulation HVAC Project - Page Gallery
Insulated Wall with Ductwork - Attic Encapsulation Page Gallery
Up Close with a Dehumidifier - Attic Encapsulation Page Gallery
Ductwork and Furnace Work During Attic Encapsulation - Page Gallery
Attic Insulted During Encapsulation - Page Gallery
HVAC Unit Installed During Open Attic Encapsulation Project - Page Gallery
Completed Insulation Project During Attic Encapsulation - Page Gallery
Attic Encapsulation Project Including Dehumidifier, UV Lights, Insulation and Ductwork - Page Gallery
HVAC Unit and Insulation Installed During Attic Encapsulation - Page Gallery
Spray Foam Installed - Attic Encapsulation Page Gallery
HVAC, Air Purifier, and Insulation Installed During Encapsulation - Attic Encapsulation Page Gallery
Multiple HVAC Units Installed During Open Attic Encapsulation - Page Gallery
Duct Sealing and Furnace Install During Attic Encapsulation - Page Gallery
Removal of Ceiling Tiles Prior to Open Attic Encapsulation - Page Gallery

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