Keep the outside out

Fix uneven temperatures with insulation, HVAC, and smart home tech from Sealed. No hassles. No upfront costs.

Keep the outside out

Fix uneven temperatures with insulation, HVAC, and smart home tech from Sealed. No hassles. No upfront costs.

See if your house qualifies:

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You could be eligible for insulation, HVAC, and smart tech upgrades.

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HVAC. Insulation. No upfront costs.

Millions of homes today are too hot in summer, too cold in winter, and too wasteful all year long.

There’s a better way to live. Sealed modernizes houses with the latest HVAC, weatherproofing, and smart home technology. So your house is healthier, more comfortable, and up to 3X more energy efficient.

With Sealed, energy saved covers your costs. And if we don’t reduce your energy use? Then we don’t get paid.

Learn more about Sealed’s services:

Could your home be healthier and more comfortable?

If you have ... Drafty rooms?

In winter, cold air is rushing in. In summer, the AC is always running.

You may need ... Air sealing

We’ll close the gaps that cause drafts in the winter and stuffy rooms in the summer.

Learn more about air sealing

If you have ... Hot + cold spots?

It’s much warmer upstairs. One end of the house is much colder than the other.

You may need ... Insulation

Insulation keeps home temperatures even. You'll stay cozy all year-round.

Learn more about attic insulation costs and types

If you have ... Outdated HVAC equipment?

Your heating and cooling systems just don’t work as well anymore. Plus they’re more noisy.

You may need ... A new heat pump

Heat pumps heat and cool your home up to 3X more efficiently than traditional systems.

Learn more about how heat pumps work

Learn how we make your home feel amazing

Take a look at how Sealed makes houses healthy, comfortable, and cleaner for the planet.

A better way to pay for home improvements

We designed Sealed to deliver an affordable, accountable path to get the upgrades you need. The Sealed payment program covers the upfront costs of your home upgrades.

You repay us based on the energy you save after the work is done. And if we don’t reduce your energy use? Then we don’t get paid.

Sealed Loan Cash
No upfront costs
Pay with energy savings
Full service project management
Track performance over time

How the payment program works

1

Assess your house’s unique energy profile

Your energy profile tells us your energy usage in varying weather conditions, and the possible energy waste.

2

Customize your payment terms

We cover up to 100% of the costs up front. The repayment terms balance low upfront costs with minimal changes to your ongoing expenses.

3

Pay Sealed based on the energy you save

We compare your new energy use to your old energy profile. If you don’t save energy, you don’t pay.

What to expect working with Sealed

Qualification

Answer a few quick questions in our quiz and we'll determine if Sealed is right for you.

Talk to Sealed

With just a few calls, we can design a custom plan for your home. We'll also match you with an outstanding local contractor to do the job.

Installation

We’ll help set up a date for the installation and share a clear timeline and project plan with you. Installs typically take only a day or two.

Billing

If you save energy after the work is done, those savings pay for the work. And if you don't save energy? It's on us.

As an architect and a homeowner, I can say that Sealed’s energy-saving expertise is really invaluable.

Lisa S.
Westchester, NY

Sealed is an investment in your home as well as a gift for the planet

Your home upgrade could be equivalent to:

6

cars off the road

1000+

bags of recycling

35

acres of preserved forest

Why homeowners ♡ Sealed

A Sealed home is better to live in

Sealed keeps you warm in the winter and cool in the summer, and balances the temperatures in every room.

Ventilation

You can breathe easier

New heat pumps from Sealed come with built-in air purification designed to keep the air inside your house fresh and healthy, all year long.

value

Two words: resale value

When it’s time to sell, prospective buyers will be happy to know your home has been fully upgraded with the latest energy efficiency technology.

environment

Green is good

Sealed makes houses up to 3X more efficient. That’s good for you, and the planet.

Ready to qualify?

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Ready to qualify?

* For qualified customers. You must own and live in a single-family home heated with oil, propane, or natural gas in order to qualify. Amount of funding available may vary depending on a number of factors, including the age, style, and size of your home, as well as your past energy usage. Sealed is a financing program operated by an independent company. By participating in Sealed, homeowners repay the Sealed financial contribution over a set period of time, using money that would have been used on energy bills if the home upgrades were not installed.

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Tiny holes around the plumbing chase let heat escape.

No air leaks here!

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Cracks. Holes. There are lots of little spaces around the chimney chase to let in air.

Now Santa's the only visitor coming down the chimney.

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The attic hatch: aka a big hole in your ceiling for heat to escape through.

Sealed and insulated, the attic hatch helps keep heat in.

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Wall frames are hollow, letting air flow freely between the walls and up into the attic.

Sealing the tops of the wall frames stops this major source of air leakage.

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Recessed lighting creates holes in the attic floor where air can escape.

We cap the recessed lighting fixtures, and stop the leaks.

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Every hole for electrical wiring leaves space for air to get in and out.

These tiny holes are sealed, preventing further air leakage.

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US building code calls for 15" inches of insulation (1). But most homes have only three to six.

A fluffy 15" blanket of of cellulose insulation helps keep your home's temperatures even all year long.

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During the summer your attic can get as hot as 150 degrees (2). That heat radiates down to the floor below.

Insulation adds a barrier between the attic and the ceiling, preventing heat from getting through.

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In winter, heat travels from downstairs to upstairs, making the second floor hotter and the downstairs colder.

We slow the movement of air throughout the house, creating a nice even temperature.

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Your garage lets in outside air all year long. It's impossible to keep rooms above it comfortable.

Insulating the garage ceiling creates a barrier making life inside a lot more comfortable.

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Blinded by the lights. Incandescent bulbs get hot and waste lots of energy. Flourescents give off a harsh light.

A brigther future. LED bulbs use 75% less energy and last 25x longer (1). They're easier on the eyes and give your home that cozy feel.

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When you're out of the house, your home's heating and cooling are out of your control.

With smart thermostats, you can adjust the settings from your phone whether you're home or away.

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Gaps in the foundation draw in cold air during winter. That's why your floors feel cold.

Kick off your shoes! Sealing the foundation has stopped the excess cold air flow.

Attic Sealing

Attic Sealing

Your attic floor is full of holes. Recessed lighting, wall frames, plumbing, and wiring create dozens of little gaps. Add them up and it's like keeping a window open in your house year-round.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

Capping the recessed lighting fixtures and sealing the attic floor reduces air leakage and drafts. Your heating and cooling systems work better because they work less.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

Poor insulation causes heat to rush out from the top of your house in winter. During summer, the attic sucks in hot air, turning your top floor into a sauna.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

A fully insulated attic helps your house regulate temperature and airflow. It also prevents unwanted critters like raccoons from moving in.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

No matter how high you turn up the AC, your second floor swelters during summer. In winter, it's hot upstairs and freezing downstairs.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

Air sealing and better insulation stop excess air leakage and heat transfer. Now your house's temperatures are steady and even.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

Your car may be protected from the elements, but nothing else is. Any room above or next to the garage is freezing in winter, and a furnace in the summer.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

The room above the garage is no longer a victim of the seasons. Insulating the garage ceiling prevents heat and cold from seeping through the floor above.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

It's a neverending battle with your old enemy: the thermostat. Who really controls the house: You, or that outdated box on the wall?

Old-school lightbulbs use tons of energy and burn out quickly.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

A smart thermostat learns your preferences and automatically adjusts your heating and cooling. Don't get up: you control the settings right from your smartphone.

LED lights give the same warm glow as regular bulbs. But they use 90% less energy.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

Cold air gets sucked in at the foundation, causing drafty rooms and cold floors in the winter. Don't even try walking around the house without your slippers.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

Go ahead and toss those funky old slippers. Sealing up air leaks in your foundation stops cold air from getting under your floors.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

In winter, the liquid within the heat pump gets very cold-much colder than the air on even the frostiest days. This lets the pump draw heat from the air outside your home, which is "warm" by comparison, and moves it inside.

In summer a cool liquid within the heat pump attracts the heat from inside your house. The heat goes outside, leaving dry, cool air inside.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

In winter, the liquid within the heat pump gets very cold-much colder than the air on even the frostiest days. This lets the pump draw heat from the air outside your home, which is "warm" by comparison, and moves it inside.

In summer a cool liquid within the heat pump attracts the heat from inside your house. The heat goes outside, leaving dry, cool air inside.


Ready for your custom plan?
See if your house qualifies with our free quiz

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Your attic floor is full of holes. Recessed lighting, wall frames, plumbing, and wiring create dozens of little gaps. Add them up and it's like keeping a window open in your house year-round.

Capping the recessed lighting fixtures and sealing the attic floor reduces air leakage and drafts. Your heating and cooling systems work better because they work less.

Poor insulation causes heat to rush out from the top of your house in winter. During summer, the attic sucks in hot air, turning your top floor into a sauna.

A fully insulated attic helps your house regulate temperature and airflow. It also prevents unwanted critters like raccoons from moving in.

No matter how high you turn up the AC, your second floor swelters during summer. In winter, it's hot upstairs and freezing downstairs.

Air sealing and better insulation stop excess air leakage and heat transfer. Now your house's temperatures are steady and even.

Your car may be protected from the elements, but nothing else is. Any room above or next to the garage is freezing in winter, and a furnace in the summer.

The room above the garage is no longer a victim of the seasons. Insulating the garage ceiling prevents heat and cold from seeping through the floor above.

It's a neverending battle with your old enemy: the thermostat. Who really controls the house: You, or that outdated box on the wall?

Old-school lightbulbs use tons of energy and burn out quickly.

A smart thermostat learns your preferences and automatically adjusts your heating and cooling. Don't get up: you control the settings right from your smartphone.

LED lights give the same warm glow as regular bulbs. But they use 90% less energy.

Cold air gets sucked in at the foundation, causing drafty rooms and cold floors in the winter. Don't even try walking around the house without your slippers.

Go ahead and toss those funky old slippers. Sealing up air leaks in your foundation stops cold air from getting under your floors.

In winter, the liquid within the heat pump gets very cold-much colder than the air on even the frostiest days. This lets the pump draw heat from the air outside your home, which is "warm" by comparison, and moves it inside.

In summer a cool liquid within the heat pump attracts the heat from inside your house. The heat goes outside, leaving dry, cool air inside.

In winter, the liquid within the heat pump gets very cold-much colder than the air on even the frostiest days. This lets the pump draw heat from the air outside your home, which is "warm" by comparison, and moves it inside.

In summer a cool liquid within the heat pump attracts the heat from inside your house. The heat goes outside, leaving dry, cool air inside.