Does your house have cold floors and drafts in the winter? Are some rooms too warm or too cold? From Racine to Glendale, Whitefish Bay, and beyond, many Milwaukee-area homes have performance issues. As a weatherization contractor that insulates, air seals, and replaces HVAC units, we are experts on the topic.
We created this blog to provide accurate and useful information to Milwaukee-area residents. Your home comfort, safety, and energy savings are our top priority.
Are you looking for a skilled weatherization contractor? Contact us or call (414) 914-5113 today!
No matter what kind of insulation you currently have in your attic, one quick way to determine if you need more is to look across the span of your attic. If your insulation is just level with or below your floor joists (i.e., you can easily see...Read more
We want to welcome everyone to our new site. We hope you enjoy it and we are confident it will educate you on the benefits of Insulation, Energy Efficiency, Energy Auditing, Ventilation, HVAC, and Air Sealing. We put hard work in to this site so...Read more
Properly insulated exterior walls in your house will not only increase comfort but also help you save on heating and cooling costs. For energy savings, you can add insulation to your walls in an existing house. If you’re building a new house, you...Read more
Milwaukee Energy Efficiency program (Me²) is a federally funded program to help City of Milwaukee homeowners and businesses finance energy efficiency upgrades to their properties. Me² makes it easy and affordable to make energy saving upgrades...Read more
Typical weatherization procedures include:
Air leakage, or infiltration, occurs when outside air enters a house uncontrollably through cracks and openings. Properly air sealing such cracks and openings in your home can significantly reduce heating and cooling costs, improve building...Read more
Before you hire a contractor for any insulation work:
Pros for using either cellulose or fiberglass insulation
1. Made from recycled materials so it is eco-friendly and green.
2. No adverse health effects from cellulose have been identified to date.
A home insulated with fiber glass, rock wool, and slag wool insulation is one of the most cost-effective ways of saving energy and reducing heating and cooling bills. In fact, if your home is as little as 5 to 10 years...Read more