Did you know that over half of all home energy use in Wisconsin is for space heating? If your home has old, damaged, or insufficient insulation, your heating and cooling costs can be really high.
We are Milwaukee’s one-stop shop for home insulation and weatherization work. Our insulation services include:
Basement & crawlspace insulation
Solving Home Comfort Issues
Does your home have uneven temperatures, cold floors, and form ice dams or icicles on the roof? These are signs that your home isn’t properly insulated. We begin each job with our home energy audit and use diagnostic testing to determine if you have gaps in your insulation or if damaged insulation is compromising home performance. We then test your home after installing insulation to ensure the highest quality service.
Save with Focus on Energy Rebates
As an approved contractor for Focus on Energy programs in Wisconsin, Weatherization Services can help you save $850 to $2,250 in cash rebates for energy-saving home improvements.
Because hot air rises, it is important to have sufficient insulation and proper air sealing in your attic to provide a thermal barrier and stop leaks. Icicles and ice dams are signs that too much hot air is leaking from your home.
No matter what kind of insulation you currently have in your attic, there is a quick way to determine if you need more. Look across the span of your attic. If your insulation is just level with or below your floor joists, you should add more. If you cannot see any of the floor joists because the insulation is well above them, you probably have enough and adding more is not cost-effective.
Customized Energy Saving Solutions
Our BPI-certified team of insulation contractors use infrared camera data and expert observations to determine the best insulation solution for your home. We consider the R-value of the insulation, the layout of the home, building materials, and your goals.
In brick homes throughout the Milwaukee area where moisture migration can be an issue, we might recommend fiberglass insulation. For homeowners wishing to pick the most environmentally-friendly option with a high R-value, we recommend cellulose insulation. To plug smaller gaps, we often apply spray foam. The Weatherization Services team uses a suite of options to get the job done right.