Q: What is blown in insulation?
A: Blown-in insulation refers to blowing or spraying insulation product into wall cavities, attics, and floors. Methods vary depending on the form of insulation selected. It can be made of either fiberglass or cellulose.
Q: How is it installed?
A: Our skilled technicians use a long hose that is attached to a blower and the insulation is blown through this hose through your attic hatch.
Q: How does adding insulation help my house?
A: A well insulated house will keep your house warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Your heating bills will be reduced and you can save on your air conditioner costs. Added insulation will also help prevent ice buildup on your roof.
Q: How much money can I save on my energy bills?
A: On average, typical homeowners will save between 15%-30% annually on their energy bills
Q: How much insulation should I have?
A: The new Ontario Building Code requires R50 which is 16 3/4". The average home only has R20 which is 6 3/4".
Q: How do I know how much insulation I have?
A: One of our skilled estimators can quickly and easily tell you how much insulation your home has. Click here for your FREE no obligation check!
Q: Do I qualify for free rebates?
A: You could, depending on how much insulation you presently have in your attic. Our estimator can let you know what you qualify for!