How much carbon does your house emit?

Sealed is tackling carbon emissions head on, working to bring modern, clean, efficient heating and cooling to every home.

We’ve estimated and mapped the average carbon output from heating and cooling in single-family homes across the US.

According to the US EPA, the average car emits 4.6 tons of carbon per year. How does your house compare?

Carbon Emissions due to cooling:

Carbon Emissions due to heating:

Carbon Emissions total:

To calculate average regional heating and cooling energy consumption and its corresponding carbon output, we combined the size, age and heating fuel type of single family homes in US counties with detailed publicly-available data on residential energy consumption patterns and local weather.

We have cracked the code for modernizing and electrifying homes

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We'll close all the little gaps and cracks throughout your house (there are more than you might think!) so your house is draft-free in winter and cool-as-could-be in summer.

Comfort Plan


Sealed use the latest heat pump technology, powered by clean electricity. With built-in air filtering, heat pumps keep the air inside healthy and fresh.

Climate Control Plan
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Smart Home Tech

A smart thermostat learns your preferences and automatically adjusts your heating and cooling. You'll also be able to control the temperature from your smartphone.

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