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You Can Keep the Warm Air In and the Cold Air Out with E.T. Lawson and Foam-LOK

- 10:47 am - December 15th, 2017

Breaking out of your shell is usually a good thing, but air breaking out of your home’s shell is anything but. Your home’s shell – its outer walls, windows, doors, floors and ceiling – keeps your heated air inside where it belongs. If air is escaping from any of these places, your money is slipping through the cracks with it. 
Don’t Heat the Neighborhood
Each gap is like a small open window, letting warm air out and cold air in. When heated air escapes, your heating system has to work overtime to replace it. Your neighborhood may wind up warmer, but you won’t get a warm and fuzzy feeling when you see your energy bill. How can you make sure the heat stays inside?
Seal the Gaps
Sealing your home’s envelope is often the most cost-effective way to improve your energy efficiency and comfort. In fact, it can reduce your energy costs by up to 40 percent, and E.T. Lawson can help. We’ll reinforce areas where your heated air is escaping and, in the process, reduce your energy costs, eliminate drafts, and bolster your overall comfort with our Foam-LOK spray foam insulation home sealing service. Foam-LOK:
  • Seals cracks and crevices
  • Insulates hard to reach areas
  • Provides a self-adhered layer of insulation
  • Conforms to any architectural design
A Year-Round Solution
Foam-LOK can keep the warm air inside today, and keep the cool air inside in summer, helping you achieve year-round comfort and savings. 
Keep Your Home’s Shell Strong with E.T. Lawson
Break out of your shell and contact E.T. Lawson today to keep the warm air in and the cold air out. When you do, ask us about upgrading your heating and cooling equipmentauditing your energy usagesealing your ducts, crawlspace and attic, and other ways to lower your energy costs. 

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