Attic Insulation Upgrade

Is your attic properly insulated? Air gaps may be causing heat loss, costing you money. Blown-in attic insulation is a great solution that can help lower your energy bills.

Blown-in insulation fills between existing wall studs and ceiling joists quickly and easily. Blown-in insulation can be added to attics and walls without the hassle. What’s more, this type of insulation can also seal small gaps and spaces as it settles, filling these sneaky spots where cold air would otherwise come in. And in addition to creating an insulating blanket, blown-in insulation helps reduce sound transfer between the outdoors and the indoors, so unwanted street noise will also be softened.

Adding loose-fill insulation to your attic is one of the fastest paybacks of any home improvement project.

Dear existing and new customers!
We kindly recommend you to not miss this unique opportunity to upgrade insulation of your attic for R60 and get NEW Government Rebate – $1450!!!
No upfront cost option with up to $2600 Government Rebate at

Having done this – you will feel an incredible difference in the winter and in the summer.

Attic is the main source of preservation or leakage of the warm or cold air in our houses. Most of the Canadian houses that were built prior to 2012 have one problem that affects quality of life of their occupants – it is the heat at the top floor of the house in the summer (even with the working air-conditioning), and the cold in the winter, with the working furnace.

Paradoxically as it seems, it has nothing to do with the modern air-conditioners or the furnaces (although their quality is important), but it has everything to do with the insulation of your attic.

If you would like to stop this problem once and for all, just upgrade your attic for R60 (22”). Having done this – you will feel an incredible difference in the winter and in the summer.

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Feel HOT in a summer time in the top floor of your house?

The main reason is: Attic insulation HEIGHT is not enough and must be upgraded to R60 (22 inch) instead of your existing R24-R30 (8-11 inches).

Now is the unique time to do it with these brilliant rebates.


All job sites are backed by 2 million liability insurance, as well as 10 years warranty for labour

All of our employees are insured under WSIB

Our friendly technicians will keep you informed every steps of the way

We ensure your family’s safety during the construction process

We understand what you home is a very personal place

We conduct a full cleanup of the job site, leaving you worry-free


When you are trying to achieve better energy efficiency in your home, there are many ways to do this. Many homeowners do a process of adding a programmable thermostat, compact fluorescent bulbs, water shower heads that slow water flow, turn down water heaters, add window coverings with insulation properties, or even remove the dryer from home. But most people forget about adding insulation when they are are looking to improve energy efficiency.


No better way to build your home energy efficient than by adding a great layer of insulation in the attic, walls and foundation of your home. It will protect your home from the wind, rain moisture of the surrounding areas, andbecome a buffer for your home. Insulation is rated up to 100, and comes with great purpose to create cost savings on many parts of your utility bills, and energy consumption. It makes no sense to buy new windows,a new energy efficient furnace, or even seal your home from drafts, when the major parts of your home are not insulated. Most builders recommend at least an R value of 50, and I believe going above this value is even more important.


Adding insulation to your home or garage is a great way to increase energy efficiency. Simple changes to adding extra insulation around windows, doors and any any plumbing or utility areas will always cost the homeowner at least $100, but without full insulation, the cost savings will not be there. Energy costs will only continue to grow, as our resources and natural gas stores become more scarce. With a properly insulated wall and attic built home, a wood furnace can efficiently heat that home with nothing more than a few cords of wood a month. The cooler homes are as well, insulated from heat and humidity. If you are worried about mould, insulation is the right as well.


  • Insulation Removal
  • Insulation Installation
  • Blow-in

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