Commonly used in window and door installations to prevent drafts, foam sealants fill and seal a variety of interior and exterior gaps, cracks, seams, holes, and voids. Unsealed areas cause energy-wasting air leaks, enable moisture problems, and permit the entry of insects and pests. Sill plates, wall joints, and electrical wiring often benefit from these products. HVAC, electrical, landscaping, and plumbing are among the applications that make use of foam sealants. Whether the surface is glass, metal, drywall, plastic, wood, stone, cement, or vinyl, there is a foam sealant that will adhere to it.