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.
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.
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.
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.
As mentioned in the case study, we do not always realize that we have air leaks in the house until when we get to the middle of summer or to the middle of winter and we receive salty energy bills. This was the case of our client in Beaconsfield who decided to solve this problem in order to make her home more energy efficient. As a result, we have encapsulated and insulated the attic to block all the leaks that come from very unexpected places such as fixtures and interstices in the air ducts. Our insulation products are ingenious and have a higher thermal value than most products on the market. Our systems and products are the solution that will solve problems of discomfort and energy wastage in your home.