Spray Foam Insulation
Bring comfort to your home with polyurethane spray-in-place foam insulation. Whether it's a new construction or renovation project, Insta-Insulation will increase the efficiencies in heating and cooling your home, by spraying basements, garage ceilings, cathedral / sloped ceilings, crawl spaces, attics and more. Air leakage will be significantly reduced while energy cost savings and the comfort of your family is significantly increased.
Insulation Removal
Get peace of mind with safe removal of old insulation by Insta-Insulation. Insta-Insulation offers removal of all types of insulation including batt, blown, and vermiculite. Make your home more comfortable with the elimination of pesky allergens, irritating odours, fire damage and rodent contaminants.
Blown Insulation
Our Blown Insulation crews are unmatched in the industry for the quality of work they perform. Be it an attic or a wall injection project, you will be satisfied with our price and work. Contact us with your requirements and we can provide a free quotation and get the work done promptly.
Insulation Panels
Everyday more people are recognizing the need to insulate below concrete slabs-on-grade. Everyday these people are finding out about INSTA-PANELS®, the simple, easy and inexpensive way to warmer and drier floors. Contact us for an information sheet on INSTA-PANELS® and you can benefit yourself and the environment.
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Are you building a new house or renovating your existing home? Are you concerned about high energy bills, or do you want to improve your family's "green” factor? If the answer to any of these questions is "yes,” you will want to consult with an insulation expert to find the best ways to keep your house cool in summer, warm in winter, and energy efficient all year round.
There are many problem areas in the average house that cry out for attention: the attic, the basement, crawlspaces, and the garage are examples of these. But ensuring that walls are properly insulated is every bit as important as dealing with difficult areas.
Here are a few of the wall areas where sufficient insulation should be placed:
  • Between the studs of "knee" walls
  • Between the studs and rafters of exterior walls and roof
  • All exterior walls, including walls between living spaces and unheated garages, shed roofs, or storage areas
  • Foundation walls above ground level
  • Foundation walls in heated basements
The Best Type of Insulation
A few generations ago, insulation materials were rudimentary. Horsehair, sawdust, newspapers, and sheep's wool were some of the substances used for wall insulation. With today's highly efficient materials, it's best to consult with an insulation installer who can help you to determine what type or types will work best for your walls. Here are some of the insulation materials available:
  1.  Spray Foam insulation. Polyisocyanurate and polyurethane foam insulation can be sprayed into wall cavities using special equipment that meters, mixes, and sprays the foam.
  2. Blankets, batts, or rolls. These are made of mineral fibres such as fibreglass, cotton, or rock wool, and are manufactured in widths that fit standard spaces between wall studs. The material can be cut to fit.
  3. Blown insulation. This type of insulation can be made of fiberglass, cellulose, or rock wool in the form of fibres or pellets. It's blown into a space with pneumatic equipment by professional installers.
  4. Rigid insulation. Made from fibrous materials or plastic foams, this insulation is produced in board-like forms.
  5. Reflective insulation. Various types of aluminum foil are used to make this special reflective surface that reduces downward heat flow.
  6. Polyurethane and steel panel insulation. This very efficient material is often used for insulating heated floors, or in basement walls.
Insulation Installers
An insulation professional can help you to choose a type based on several factors, including:
  • how much insulation is needed
  • the accessibility of the insulation location,
  • the space available for the insulation
  • availability and price of insulation.
Improving your home's energy efficiency can save as much as 50% on your heating bills. Talk to an insulation expert today and come in from the cold!

FAQ Attic Insulation

Q. What is a morvent?

A. A mo-vent is the term given to the air chute/ baffle that is stapled to the underside of the roof line to ensure air can be drawn in from the soffit once the attic has been insulated. The mor-vent or baffle vent as some people call them are installed prior to the install of blown cellulose or fiberglass. The mor-vent requires a batt of insulation be stuffed underneath as an insulation stop. The mor-vent used in both new and retro fit insulation installations. Insta- Insulation installers are trained to install mor-vents/ baffles to ensure proper attic ventilation is maintained after the attic insulation has been blown.
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