Blown-in Attic Insulation
Whether you are looking for a top up to meet the the R50 standard or have nothing in your attic we can provide this to you. New home we can do that too.Having your Attic to an R50 is an essential part of saving energy and money in Saskatchewan's climate. Why waste your energy and power with your furnace heating your attic in the winter and your airconditioning cooling your attic in the summer, seal that off and see your utility bills drop and your home more comfortable for our climate.
If you have an existing home you may qualify for a grant of up to $600 for your attic insulation through the Saskatchewan EnerGuide for Houses (SEGH) Grant and available from April 1st, 2011 - October 31st, 2013 Click here for more information.
And I gauantee you we can do it for less than what you could yourself. If you were to go to Rona or Home Depot and rent the machine and buy the insulation it would cost you $0.98 per square foot for an R50 from nothing. We can provide this to you for less and we install it so you don't have to get messy and you get a proffessional quality job, so why spend more.
Batt and Poly
We provide Batt and Poly insulation for your home or business, have a garage we do that too. The new building standard are going up to R24 in your exterior walls. If you are building a new home we only insulate to the R2000 standard anything less is unacceptable.
If your home is more than 25 years old it might only have half of the insulation required, built before 1960 it might only have newspaper. We can help you get your home more energy efficient and keep your heat inside in the winter and your cool air inside in the summer.
If you are considering a renovation why not reinsulate at the same time not only will your house look better it will work better and save you money.Also certain aspects like insulating your basement are eligable for a grant of up to $1000 if you insulate to R24 through the Saskatchewan EnerGuide for Houses (SEGH) Grant and available from
April 1st, 2011 - October 31st, 2013 Click here for more information.