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25% of a home's heat escapes through the attic. This means that if your attic is not properly insulated, it can cause your energy costs to skyrocket in a cold Michigan winter. We can evaluate and potentially remove the old and ineffective insulation in your attic and add more new insulation to help keep your home's climate well-regulated and your energy costs down.
Crawlspace & Floor Insulation
Are your floors freezing in the winter? This could be a sign that your crawlspace or floor is lacking proper insulation. We can add insulation to make your home more comfortable. Additionally, we can wrap your crawlspace to keep moisture from entering your home through the crawlspace area and also help improve your air quality!
Blown-in Wall Insulation
The most energy loss that happens in a home happens through the walls. In fact, if you feel your home is losing heat, 35% of it is going through the walls. And if your home in Michigan was built in the first half of the last century, there is a very good chance that zero insulation exists in your current walls. Adding insulation to existing walls may seem like a large and invasive task; however, it couldn't be easier. First, we just need to verify that the current walls contain no insulation so that we can ensure a dense pack of cellulose. Then, when our crew comes out, they will cut small holes in the interior or exterior walls of your home and blow cellulose into each cavity, then re-seal the holes when they're done. This will greatly reduce your energy costs!
Open Cavity Wall Insulation
Whether you're building a new home, or you've stripped an existing home down to the studs, you now have more options for insulating your walls. If you would like to max out the effectiveness of your insulation by adding spray foam, or are looking to save on cost by adding fiberglass, we can take a look at your walls and recommend what would work best in your home.
Rim Joists & Basements
Rim joists are a relatively small part of your home, but they can make a huge difference. A large part of the air leakage in your home is through the small gaps in the rim joists. This can cause cold floors and even cupboards, poor energy regulation in your home, and higher heating costs. Insulating the rim joists of your home can greatly improve your comfort and your monthly costs.