We are proud to say that not like the most insulation companies, we do not advertise one brand, one logo, one feature. We work with all of the insulation replacement brands to fit the customer’s need the best. Over the years of experience, we have noticed and identified a number of features for each type or brand and today we can proudly give you the best opinion being independent from any manufacturer.

There are several advantages to insulating your home

  • Proper insulation reduces energy costs
  • A well-insulated structure does not gain or lose heat as quickly as a poorly-insulated one, so it is easier to maintain a comfortable temperature
  • The retention of conditioned air lowers the demand on the heating and cooling systems. This reduces operating costs and extends the life of the system
House Wrap


Purpose of House wrap

House wrap serves as a dual-purpose weather barrier. It not only minimizes the flow of air in and out of a house, but also stops liquid water and acts as a drainage plane. The unique characteristic of house wrap is that it allows water vapor to pass through it while blocking liquid water. This permits moist humid air to escape from the inside of the home, while preventing outside liquid water (rain) from entering the home.

When Should House wrap Be Used?

Almost all exterior finishes allow at least some water penetration. If this water continually soaks the wall sheathing and framing members, problems such as dry rot and mold growth could occur. House wrap stops water that passes through the siding and allows it to drain away from the structural members. In humid climates with heavy rainfall, house wrap is recommended to prevent water damage to the framing. Use in dryer climates may not be as critical, since materials are allowed to adequately dry, although house wrap also prevents air movement through the wall cavity, which is beneficial for insulating purposes.


Why Insulate Your House?

Heating and cooling account for 50 to 70% of the energy used in the average American home. Inadequate insulation and air leakage are leading causes of energy waste in most homes.

What Are the Benefits of Insulation?

  • saves money and our nation’s limited energy resources
  • makes your house more comfortable by helping to maintain a uniform temperature throughout the house
  • makes walls, ceilings, and floors warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer

What Is an R-Value?

Insulation is rated in terms of thermal resistance, called R-value, which indicates the resistance to heat flow. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating effectiveness. The R-value of thermal insulation depends on the type of material, its thickness, and its density. In calculating the R-value of a multi-layered installation, the R-values of the individual layers are added.

Our house is much warmer now. Thank you for insulation and house wrap work. I did not expect it to be done so great!
Williams, Chicago, IL

There are some of the manufactures, which products we install, but we do not limit ourselves to anyone, even if you already have your own materials, please call us to help you with insulation or house wrap.

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