Insulation For Your Residential Or Commercial Property
When you come to Expert Insulation Contracting Ltd, you’ll be working with skilled technicians who are qualified to meet all your insulation needs. Whether you choose cellulose, fibreglass, or spray foam insulation for your residential property, we can install them all. We are proud to provide our clients with a wide range of insulation services in the Edmonton area, Sherwood Park, Stony Plain, Leduc, St. Albert and Spruce Grove. While our top-quality insulation service will make your property more temperate by preventing heat loss, it will also reduce high utility bills thereby saving on your budget. We are experts in retrofitting, meaning that you can book our services to upgrade the insulation on your existing property. We also work on new buildings – many construction teams routinely call us to install insulation in the early stages of a project.
Loose-fill insulation and blown-in insulation methods are basically used for the attic spaces. Blown-in insulation is put into place using special equipment, and is good for adding insulation to:
Walled Batt Insulation (Fibreglass)
Walled batt insulation or fibreglass batt insulation is a common type of insulation used for basic walls in residential and commercial properties. It is applicable for unfinished walls including foundation walls, floors and ceilings. Since it can be fitted between studs, joists and beams, it is suited for standard stud and joist spacing that is relatively free from obstructions.
Spray Foam Insulation
Spray foam insulation is a great insulation option that gives you the most R-value per inch. It is a condensed liquid that expands when sprayed and provides excellent thermal insulation. Since it begins as a liquid, it can be sprayed into almost any space sealing all gaps and cracks. In addition, it stops any air leaks and provides a vapour barrier. The advantages of it are:
Airsealing is a critical step in improving the energy efficiency of your home. In typical homes, air leaks are found in cracks, penetrations for plumbing, wiring, and ductwork, and openings of kitchen fans, bathroom fans, lights, smoke detectors, and more. Together, these leaks add up to as much air loss as having an open window. Sealing a home’s envelope helps in:
Lower utility bills
Improved indoor air quality
Give us a call to learn more about our airsealing services.
Contact Chris for free insulation assessments on all kinds of insulation services and upgrades.