Our Re-Insulation Process
Starting with removing all old insulation that is currently installed in your home, our experienced insulation contractors conduct a blower door test to measure air tightness and identify any spots where there is air leakage in the home. By sealing these trouble spots, our team lays out the foundation for a much more efficient insulation solution.
Once your home has been properly air-sealed, our experts work with you to determine the best choice for new insulation.
As one of the most significant sources of energy loss in a home, attics are one of the best places to insulate.Learn More
Residential Wall Re-Insulation
Ensuring that your walls are insulated properly is one of the most effective ways to enhance the efficiency and value of your home.Learn More
Crawl Space Re-Insulation
If your home has any crawl spaces, don’t let them go without insulation! When crawl spaces are properly insulated, you can cut your energy costs significantly.Learn More
Learn about the different types of insulation that are available, and find out what’s best for you.Learn More
The Benefits of Re-Insulation
There are many benefits of installing existing home insulation to increase your energy efficiency efforts. In addition to helping you save on your energy bills, re-insulation can help:
- Make your home more comfortable year-round
- Improve the overall efficiency of your air conditioner and furnace
- Increase the market value of your home (buyers place a high-value energy efficiency)
- Reduce outside noises and noises between different rooms and levels inside your house
You can also save up to $500 on your taxes when you add insulation to your home.
Read more about insulation tax incentives here.