Watch to learn about the advantages of insulating your walls with dense packed cellulose.
Here's a news flash: In terms of improving home energy performance, wall insulation may be the least of your worries.
That's not because wall insulation isn't important -it is-but most homes already have insulated walls.
Extra insulation is easier to add in the basement, crawl space and attic because foundation walls and attic areas are easily accessible. And these areas are the most likely to be uninsulated or very poorly insulated.
During a home energy audit, Bolster-DeHart, Inc. will be able to inspect and assess home insulation levels. If wall insulation is missing or inadequate, there are several options available to remedy this problem.
Bolster-DeHart, Inc. can assess insulation levels throughout your house and recommend insulation upgrades that will significantly improve home energy efficiency. Bolster-DeHart, Inc. will then complete the improvements you select.Contact Us For A FREE Insulation Estimate
The foam hardens quickly to provide a permanent thermal and air barrier that never settles, degrades or loses R-value. Excess foam can easily be cleaned off before the siding is replaced
Injection foam puts an end to wall insulation problems. Removing a course of exterior siding provides access to the wall sheathing so that installation holes can be drilled.
We are your resource for reducing your home energy costs and improving home comfort. We offer free estimates for wall insulation in Pittsburgh, Butler, Washington, and other like cities such as Wexford, Cranberry Twp, Mckeesport, Coraopolis, Aliquippa, Mars, Allison Park, and more.
It's tricky to insulate finished walls because it's more difficult to get insulation inside the wall, in the cavities between studs. Walls are easy to insulate when the studs are still visible, before wallboard or other finished wall material is installed. One technique for insulating finished walls involves drilling access holes near the top of the wall, and blowing cellulose insulation into empty stud cavities.
Air-sealing is the first step. Whether or not the exterior walls of your home are insulated, there's a very affordable way to improve their energy performance along with your comfort. If you can feel cold air coming into the house around electrical outlets and window trim on a cold winter day, your walls probably need to be air-sealed. This energy upgrade seals the many cracks, gaps and holes where air leakage occurs.
Don't overlook windows and doors. The energy performance of an exterior wall has a lot to do with the windows and doors that are installed in the wall. Modern, high-quality windows have features like Low-E coatings and thermal breaks which make them more energy efficient than older windows. The same is true for exterior doors that have an ENERGY STAR® rating. These doors have insulated cores and effective weatherstripping.
Find out if improved wall insulation is in your prescription for energy savings. Contact Bolster-DeHart, Inc. today to schedule a free insulation inspection and insulation upgrade estimate.
Call 1-855-262-8724 or contact us online to schedule a free estimate for cavity insulation in Washington, Butler, Pittsburgh, Mckeesport, Cranberry Twp, Wexford, Aliquippa, Mars, Allison Park, Coraopolis, and other neighboring areas.
We also offer a comprehensive home energy audit that helps identify all the areas of your home that are costing you money and reducing your home's comfort.