Tight 'n True Duct Encapsulation
In order for an encapsulation system to be complete, it is crucial to seal the pipe joints with a spray foam that blocks all air infiltration. This greatly impacts the air that is sent to the rooms of the house.
TiteShell Can Light Covers
This cover prevents air from circulating through the fixture and allows the insulation to be blown off without damaging the fixture. The perimeter is then sealed to waterproof it.
The attic ready to be insulated
Once all interstices, fittings, ducts and air leaks are blocked and sealed, TruSoft cellulose insulation can is blown over, eliminating the thermal bridge and almost completely burying the ducts.
TruSoft cellulose insulation
Insulation is usually the last step in our system. The blown cellulose is made from recycled paper, is flame retardant, slows the growth of mold and pests, and is denser than fiberglass with a higher heat resistance value.