Spray Foam Insulation
Bring comfort to your home with polyurethane spray-in-place foam insulation. Whether it's a new construction or renovation project, Insta-Insulation will increase the efficiencies in heating and cooling your home, by spraying basements, garage ceilings, cathedral / sloped ceilings, crawl spaces, attics and more. Air leakage will be significantly reduced while energy cost savings and the comfort of your family is significantly increased.
Insulation Removal
Get peace of mind with safe removal of old insulation by Insta-Insulation. Insta-Insulation offers removal of all types of insulation including batt, blown, and vermiculite. Make your home more comfortable with the elimination of pesky allergens, irritating odours, fire damage and rodent contaminants.
Blown Insulation
Our Blown Insulation crews are unmatched in the industry for the quality of work they perform. Be it an attic or a wall injection project, you will be satisfied with our price and work. Contact us with your requirements and we can provide a free quotation and get the work done promptly.
Insulation Panels
Everyday more people are recognizing the need to insulate below concrete slabs-on-grade. Everyday these people are finding out about INSTA-PANELS®, the simple, easy and inexpensive way to warmer and drier floors. Contact us for an information sheet on INSTA-PANELS® and you can benefit yourself and the environment.
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Insulating the attic of a house is a key ingredient of any energy cost-saving plan. It's good for the environment, and for both the health of the home and its occupants.
A popular alternative to traditional building insulation, spray foam insulation is the new, best choice material. Developed by the U.S. military for insulating planes in the 1940s, it didn't become a common home insulation choice until the 1970s. Since then it has undergone a rapid period of development, and there is a growing appreciation of its versatility and effectiveness.
There's no question that spray foam insulation lowers utility bills. Up to 40% of a home's energy is lost through air seeping out walls, windows and doorways. Spray insulation is typically 50% more effective than the older forms of insulation because it expands and fills construction defects. It's considered a "green” product because of its ability to save energy in the heating and cooling of buildings.
Spray foam's complete sealing protects against moisture, reducing the chance of mold and mildew growth, and the consequential health effects on humans. It is superior to traditional forms of insulation in reducing noise.
Spray Foam in Your Attic
Attics are typically the ground zero of insulation in a house. Attic insulation ensures that summer's heat and winter's cold never makes its way downstairs. A well-sealed attic can achieve remarkable reduction in heating and cooling costs. But what constitutes an optimal level of insulation?
A healthy attic should not allow the entry of heat – or moisture. Trapped heat and moisture can increase the chance of mold generation, as well as create an inviting environment for pests like termites. Experts say that the goal in insulation is to create the following condition: your attic's internal temperature should be as close to, or equal, to the external temperature. Moisture levels follow the same rule. To achieve this, ventilation becomes a secondary part of your insulation strategy. Components include roof vents, turbine vents, soffit vents, electric pans, even solar powered attic vents.
Before your attic is brought to peak performance with spray foam, it may be necessary to remove pre-existing insulation. Presence of rodents, foul odor and leakage are the main reasons why people remove existing insulation. Some people may find themselves allergic to a particular type of insulation, especially if particles have become loose or airborne.
Spray Foam Installation
The installation of any kind of insulation in an attic requires a professional. Spray foam insulation, because it arrives in a non-solid form, needs trained professionals wearing protective gear. It is definitely not a job for the weekend home-renovator. The need for a professional adds significantly to the cost of spray foam. But, as pointed out, it immediately results in a substantial saving in energy costs.
There is no shortage of testimonials from home owners praising spray foam. They notice a reduction in how often their air conditioning is necessary in the summer, and a reassuring lack of dampness in areas covered with foam insulation. But the bottom line proof of spray foam's value is the huge number of homeowners and businesses that are turning to this effective form of insulation.

FAQ Attic Insulation

Q. Where is the best place to get attic insulation?

A. The best place to get insulation is from a professional installation contractor. Get peace of mind knowing the installer is trained and assumes the risk associated with doing the work correctly. Although the "do it yourself" approach seems like a good idea and might be less expensive, the benefit of a professional installation far outweighs the risk. A professional installer will make sure it's done correctly. Issues home owners encounter when doing the install themselves include; falling through a drywall ceiling , crack ceilings, repainting, not providing sufficient ventilation leading to mold. Call Insta Insulation for a free in home insulation consultation.
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