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Wall Insulation Contractors

Wall Insulation Contractors in the Washington, DC Metro Area (including Virginia & Maryland Surrounding Areas)

wall_insulationWhen it comes to wall insulation, the good news is that your walls probably already have insulation in them. The bad news is that the insulation may be insufficient, and if that's the case, it could be costing you a lot of extra money on your energy bills and causing comfort issues.

Getting The Insulation Into the Wall

It is easier to get insulation into the walls when the studs are exposed – like when a home is being built, or being remodeled. Once the wallboard or finishing material goes up, the best way to get insulation into the walls is by drilling holes near the top of the wall, and blowing cellulose insulation behind the finished wall.

Wall Insulation Starts With Air Sealing

Air sealing is just as important as wall insulation. If you can feel cold air around your electrical outlets and window trims on cold days, this means that your walls probably need to be air sealed. Air sealing will fill in the gaps, cracks and holes where air leakage occurs, and stop warm air from escaping and cold air from coming into your warm house.

Walls, Windows and Doors

Wall insulation isn't the only factor affecting how well an exterior wall keeps your home insulated - it also depends on the windows and doors in that wall. Energy Star rated exterior doors and windows have insulated cores and thermal breaks that make them energy efficient, and can save you money on your heating and cooling costs each month.

Basements, Attics And More

Basements, attics and crawl spaces are generally areas that are poorly insulated and poorly sealed, leading to air leakage and colder/hotter areas of your home. Taking care of the air sealing and insulation in these key areas can lower the cost of heating and cooling your entire house.

Call the Pros!

Green Collar Crew can provide a thorough assessment of your home's insulation levels and recommend insulation upgrades that will improve the energy efficiency of your home, help resolve comfort issues, and save you money every month on your energy bills. We also offer comprehensive home energy audits to help you determine which areas of your house are costing you the most energy dollars, and offer you the most cost-effective solutions to fix them.

Give us a call today to help you get the most comfortable, affordable home energy upgrades to your home.

Start With an Energy Inspection

Having proper insulation can help increase your comfort, save energy, and improve your home's safety and durability. But the first step is to schedule an energy inspection to find out exactly what home improvement work is recommended for your home. Serving the Washington, DC Metro Area, including Maryland and Virginia surrounding areas.

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My energy audit was very helpful. Joe Dempsey, your auditor, identified some structural problems that I was not aware of and explained to me why I need more insulation.
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Your home energy audit proved to be very informative and helpful. I was not aware of the updraft created inside our walls because of the balloon framing construction. You said that that can cause heat to be pulled out of the house with the draft going up inside the walls and should be re-mediated. You also said that the attic insulation was insufficient and that fiberglass batts can leave spaces for around the edges causing heat loss and that it should have blown in insulation on top of what was there to seal the whole attic and increase the R factor. Thank You for all your advice and expertise. You made me aware of things I should consider and did the upgrades. I can already see the difference on my utility bills!
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