Attic & Wall Insulation

Why insulate?

Homes and apartment buildings in the United States are very often poorly insulated, leading to negative effects on the environment, worsening respiratory health, and causing homeowners’ and renters to pay much higher utility costs each month. By insulating your home properly, you could reduce your bill by 1/5 to 1/2, while reducing your carbon footprint. Not only that, but you’ll also be making you and your family more comfortable.

Open-Cell Foam

Open-cell foam insulation

Open-cell foam is the best insulation available for homeowners who want to maximize their monthly energy savings and make their homes as comfortable as can be. It's both an air barrier and an insulator, so keeps out wind, dust, allergens, and pests, in addition to keeping your home warm and your electric or gas bill low. The foam is fire resistant, and will not cause a problem for asthma sufferers.

Wall Foam

Wall Foam Insulation

Wall foam is the perfect way to improve your home's energy efficiency without having to tear out dry wall. A WeatherGard installation expert simply drills a hole in your wall to access each stud bay, and then injects the fire resistant, formaldehyde-free foam into the wall cavity. This will save you money on your energy bill and eliminate uncomfortable cold spots.

Blown-In Fiberglass

Fiberglass insulation

Blown-in, loose-fill fiberglass attic insulation is an excellent way to reduce your monthly bills—it fills every crack and crevice, and it makes insulating hard-to-reach spaces easy. It's very affordable, and since it's resistant to fire it can help to impede the spread of fire through your attic. Since fiberglass doesn't absorb water, it won't contribute to mold and microbe growth.

Blown-In Cellulose

Blown-in Cellulose

Blown-in cellulose attic insulation is a uniquely environmentally friendly way to make your home more energy efficient. The insulation is made from 80% post-consumer newsprint, and therefore reduces strain on landfills, while bleeding no harmful chemicals into the air. The newsprint undergoes a special non-toxic treatment which renders it resistant to mold and fire, and reduces it's ability to absorb water.

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