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FailedRe-caulking of a home is a crucial part to energy savings and building preservation. When the caulking on your home has failed, the exterior air will enter the cracks and the interior air will escape through these cracks as well.

By making sure all of these areas are properly sealed, you are taking a major step into energy conservation.

If left unsealed, the collective effect can be like leaving a window open year round.
As quoted from the website of "Enbridge Gas"



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As much as 20-30% of your cooling and heating costs are wasted to air leaks. In some cases, this percentage is much higher.

Sealing all the exterior windows, doors, vents and any other crack or crevice will help reduce costs on your utility bills.

If you put together all the cracks and leaks in the average Canadian home, you would end up with a hole in the wall the size of a basketball. Think about that the next time you hear your air conditioner or furnace turn on!
As quoted from the website of "Hydro One"



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What are the steps?

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STEP 1: REMOVAL

All old caulking is removed. This ensures the new material to be applied will have a clean surface to bond to, as well as allowing sufficient amount of material to be applied.
STEP 2: BACKER ROD/SPRAYFOAM

A foam backer rod or spray foam are installed to provide proper insulation as well as to provide backing support for the new caulking to be applied.
STEP 3: APPLYING NEW SEALANT

Caulking is applied and tooled to a smooth, straight finish to seal all edges and to ensure a full stregnth seal has occured.

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