Homes burn through a mortifying 21% of the energy used in the United States. Installing air sealing insulation in your home maybe isn’t the first thing you do when you buy a home, but it should be. Every time air escapes your home or comes into your home it generates issues like poor air quality, possible moisture accumulation and drafts affecting comfort level. Investing in properly air sealing your home ensures structural longevity, allows for optimal control of ventilation and keeps energy consumption lower. This is especially important in the summer when temperatures can climb high and you’re likely to notice air leakage issues with your home.