For optimal energy efficiency, your home should be properly insulated from the roof down to its foundation. In addition to insulation, consider moisture and air leakage control in each area of your house.
No one ever wants to go into the crawlspace of a home. It's dark and dirty. Before we insulate the crawlspace we begin by cleaning it out. Dead vermin, rodent feces, old damaged insulation, rotted wood and anything else that could offend. We install vapor barriers sealing out moisture, mold, and mildew. We
then add insulation. When we're through the crawlspace seems more friendly and safe.
BLOW-IN-BLANKET INSULATION SYSTEMReduces fuel usage and energy bills to provide year-round savings.
Helps dampen sound to make your home more quiet.
Blow-in-blanket insulation fills all gaps and voids, creating a thermal barrier against outside
air and better temperature control.
DRILL & FILL
Many of our clients ask us about how we install insulation in closed
ceilings and walls. The process is called drill and fill. Drill and fill
means that small holes are drilled into each bay of the wall then cellulose
insulation is blown directly into the wall or ceiling to fill it using an
insulation blowing machine. This technique ensures that every area of the
wall or ceiling is filled with insulation - something that is not always
possible with traditional batt insulation.
Hot air rises. The object of attic insulation is to keep your heat inside the living areas of a home. Even small air leaks into an uninsulated attic space can be a major source of heat loss in many homes. In addition to adding insulation to your
attic we also offer insulation removal services in the event of water/fire
WEATHERIZATION - AIR SEALING & DUCT INSULATION
Weatherization is the practice keeping out the cold, the heat, and moisture. Weatherization protects a building and its interior from the outside elements like: sunlight, precipitation, and wind. We use insulation to reduce energy consumption and optimize energy efficiency. The EPA recommends air sealing your attic before adding attic insulation. If the ducts in your home are in unconditioned space, seal and insulate them. If you're building a new house, place ducts in the conditioned space to avoid the energy losses associated with most duct systems.
We try to keep insulation as easy to understand as possible. If you can questions, please, call today Office: 360-698-0670 or Cell: 360-271-5603 for more information.
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Kitsap Area Acoustic & Insulation Projects
We are happy to work with you on your acoustic or insulaton project and we can save you money.
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We can increase your comfort and lower your costs with a variety of energy-saving services for:
Home Remodeling Projects
New Construction Homes
New Construction Commercial
Retrofit Commercial Buildings
We're friendly, we know what we're doing, AND we're based right here in Kitsap County.
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