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Why Choose us
Our company has provided insulation, soundproofing, and air sealing services to the GTA for over 6 years, and have been in business since 2011. As the first choice for new home builds and renovations, we are dedicated to excellence, efficiency, and quality.
Our business policy is transparent, and there are no hidden fees. We confidently claim that our business model is far better than the rest.
Quality is our top priority for every project, whether small or large, and we are proud of our reputation and customer satisfaction. Every project is built to the same high standards and consistent quality with our professional crew.
Just as a building can be insulated for heat, it can also be insulated for sound because it is an excellent way to minimize noise pollution. A complete soundproofing system includes floors, ceilings, and walls for optimal acoustic comfort.
Attic Insulation & Removal
Cellulose insulation is composed from treated wood- or paper-based product. It is mechanically spray blown into open spaces of the house or commercial building to slow down the transmission of heat or cold.
All year round, insulation maintains a comfortable temperature in our homes, keeping them safe from the cold of winter and the heat of summer. When a house is insulated correctly, it requires very little additional heating and is very energy efficient.
COLD HOUSE PACKAGE
Suppose you were to compare your house to a snowsuit. You need a parka, snow pants, boots, a tuque and gloves when it's cold outside. The same is true for your home; you need a thermal barrier to protect you from the outdoor elements. Insulating your attic is only one layer of protection. A weak point in your thermal barrier will allow the cold to penetrate your house if it does not have the complete protection package. This means you need your snowsuit, gloves and boots, and not just your tuque!
We offer a comprehensive package where we use thermal imaging to locate the weak points in your thermal barrier, which could include: attic, rim joists, also called joist headers, main exterior walls, attached garage ceiling, and basement and crawl spaces, to name a few.