Homes are ideally designed to be free of leaks to keep airflow in, but this is not often the case. Small cracks and gaps can develop over time, which can either be visible or hidden under flooring or behind walls and cause negative effects to a home’s energy efficiency and comfort.
Noticing a cold draft circulating inside the home, especially near windows and doors, may indicate the presence of air leaks. Fortunately, most of these leaks can be fixed. Before the holidays kick in, learn about how to locate and seal air leaks inside the home in this article by ServiceMaster by PWF, a professional damage restoration company in Northeast Florida.
Effects of Air Leaks
How to Spot and Stop Air Leaks
ServiceMaster by PWF discusses steps to detect, locate, and stop air leaks below.
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Follow the tips above to prevent additional household expenses due to air leaks. Homeowners face property damage every day, from minor issues such as leaks to major problems such as large-scale water, fire, or mold damage. When it comes to disaster restoration and emergency cleanup services, ServiceMaster by PWF has the team for the job.
For over 30 years, we’ve helped thousands of customers recover from a variety of disasters, using a combination of experience, state-of-the-art cleaning and drying technology methods, and commitment to client satisfaction to ensure that those affected are able to return their properties in no time.
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