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Is air sealing known to significantly reduce the number of pests (mice, spiders, ants, etc.) that come into houses?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 12, 2013 01:00 AM
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It makes sense that it would, and yet I never see this advantage of air sealing touted. Even my "green" friends don't seem even slightly interested in this unsexy aspect of green, despite the potential to save $$ and have a more comfortable home. They do occasionally have bad mice, spider, etc invasions, so I'm wondering if I can validly make this case.




 

 

It makes sense that it would, and yet I never see this advantage of air sealing touted. Even my "green" friends don't seem even slightly interested in this unsexy aspect of green, despite the potential to save $$ and have a more comfortable home. They do occasionally have bad mice, spider, etc invasions, so I'm wondering if I can validly make this case.

That is a great question, and I'm sure you'll be happy to know that I used to sell insect-proofing as a benefit of air sealing.

Many insects and rodents like to...


 

 

 
 
 

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