Sealing unwanted leaks is an excellent way to cut energy costs and decrease the carbon footprint of your building.
The average home loses around 15 per cent of its total energy expenditure through gaps that have been incorrectly sealed. These gaps not only allow for the intrusion of rain, draughts, noise, insects and dust, but also leak valuable energy.
By correctly sealing your joints and surfaces you can prevent air from escaping, saving both the environment and your heating and cooling costs. Sealing cracks and crevices around the home can also put less strain on appliances and reduce overall waste and pollution.