Retrofit Insulation in Ceiling, Roof and Walls
With energy costs increasing, energy efficiency is important. Improve your home’s R-value with retrofit re-insulation. Lower your heating/cooling costs.
Can you add insulation to an old house?
Most homes built before 1960 need re-insulation. Canada instituted a building code in 1941. It was another 20 years before provinces and municipalities adopted them. Today’s technology is more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly than ever before.
How do I test my home for insulation?
Don’t know the age of your home? There are inexpensive ways to find out if you need improved insulation. One is to place your hand on an exterior wall on a cold day. You have insulation problems if you feel a draft. We can also use our Thermal Imaging Camera to detect any insulation drafts your home may have.
When Retrofitting Your Home Insulation Make Sense
- Is there mould on your walls?
- Does your house have uneven heat?
- Does the furnace or air conditioner run too often?
- Are your heating bills are higher than they should be?
Contact us for a FREE Inspection.