At Seal Right, our goal is to provide the highest quality of products and services at competitive prices. We take great pride in our extreme professionalism, timeliness and superior customer service on every job. We make sure to develop a lasting relationship so that the next time service is needed there will be no question on who to call. Satisfaction guaranteed! From our injection foam, to our cellulose insulation, to spray polyurethane foam insulation, you can be sure that you're getting only the best products the industry has to offer.
Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF)
Spray Polyurethane Foam insulation is rigid, lightweight, flexible, wind resistant, and very effective in extreme temperatures and weather conditions. SPF insulation has the highest R-value per square inch of any commercially available insulation material. SPF is used in a variety of applications such as walls, attics, crawl spaces, air barriers, moisure barriers, roofing, and more.
For more information visit our Spray Polyurethane Foam page!
Injection Foam for walls
Our foam insulation can be installed in homes with any type of siding: Vinyl siding, brick, stucco, aluminum siding, stone, block, and wood sidings. All work is done from the outside so there are no interruptions to the home owner from the inside. We can do residential and commercial properties within a day or two,in most cases!
For more information visit our Injection Foam page!
Blown-in Attic Insulation
Seal Right also insulates and air seals attics. If you have icicles, hot spots on your roof, inconsistent temperatures throughout your home, or high heating/cooling bills, you may have inadequate attic insulation. According to the US Department of Energy, up to 45% of a home's energy loss is through the attic. By upgrading or installing the proper amount of attic insulation, your home will be more healthy more comfortable year round while saving on energy bills.
For more information visit our Blown Insulation page!
An energy audit is a fundamental first step toward reducing utility bills. By analyzing a building's major components including the building envelope, combustion equipment, duct work, attics, crawlspaces and more, a comprehensive energy audit provides an overview of how the building is functioning.
For more information visit our Home Energy Auditing page!