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2. Sealing Air Leaks in Your Existing Home

Air sealing is one of the simplest and least expensive ways to increase the energy performance of your home.
2.  Sealing Air Leaks in Your Existing Home

The Small Planet Workshop

Air sealing is one of the simplest and least expensive ways to increase the energy performance of your home.

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Air sealing is one of the simplest and least expensive ways to increase the energy performance and comfort of your home. In this introductory workshop, we'll take a look at some of the methods and easy to use materials suitable for existing homes or remodels.  We'll look at the building envelope, what happens when it leaks, and how to plug up those leaks.  As the quality of the air-sealing of the structure improves, Occupant comfort improves while the energy bills go down.  Bring your questions and plan on a little bit of "talking" and a little bit of "hands on" as we move though some air-sealing basics.

11:30 am Saturday @ Tour Hub, 403 Capitol Way, Olympia

2.  Sealing Air Leaks in Your Existing Home
Air Sealing the Drebick Wedge, Site #17 on the 2012 Green Tour
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