Whole House Insulation Inc. is a full service company dedicated and committed to providing you with work and materials that meets our high quality standards at competitive pricing.

Our mission is to help existing homeowners and property owners become more energy efficient, save money and live more comfortably while experiencing our friendly and family-like customer service.

We will take time to answer any questions you may have regarding insulation, ventilation and weatherization and give you straight, honest facts. We offer free estimates and some jobs can be quoted by phone. All calls are handled professionally and efficiently. We will give you the best advice for your energy savings.

We are here to service and please every customer's insulation and weatherization needs. We are professionals and much of our business comes from referrals from our satisfied customers. With our knowledge and expertise we will provide you with some of the best energy savings advice.

We are an established and stable company. Our dedication to our customers sets us apart from other insulators, and we protect every home and treat it as if it is our own property.

We will review your home's structure, including building type and envelope, and identify energy savings measures with your insulation and ventilation. Some home and business owners are unaware that moisture can be a ventilation problem, but we can help you eliminate the problem. With our help and recommendations, you can achieve significant reductions in your heating and cooling costs while also conserving energy and extending the life of your A/C and heating equipment.

We protect every home and treat it as if it is our own. Safety is our #1 concern!

Our specialty is in our customer service and care. If you have questions, just call and we can schedule a free estimate and consultation. However, most questions can be answered right over the phone. We will personally address all of your home and business concerns.

At Whole House Insulation, Inc., we value our customers and, with over 30 years of experience, we can guarantee that you are in good hands.

All our work and products are Energy Star approved! No job is too big or too small.

Heat Loss Diagram

Most homes are under-insulated and in some cases have NO insulation at all. Adding insulation to your home is the most cost effective, energy saving measure you can do. Insulation installed correctly with a higher R-Value will add protection and comfort to your home for many years to come. With the proper ventilation and the adequate amount of insulation, you will be much cooler in the summer and a lot warmer in the winter. With as much as 50% of your energy going out the roof, you cannot afford "NOT TO INSULATE!"

With an under-insulated home in the summer, the heat transfers through the attic and walls; this makes the interior of your home hot and humid. In the winter, the heat escapes out the attic and walls, and therefore the home left feeling cold and drafty.

Heat Loss DiagramHeat Loss DiagramWhole House Insulation specializes in insulation of existing walls, attics, and crawl spaces, air sealing of chimney stacks, doors, windows, access panels, and roof.

We also do soffit venting, ice dam prevention, caulking of windows and doors, and installation of proper ventilation of the attic area, to allow appropriate air flow and reduce air infiltration.

Home Sealing
Home Sealing is the process recommended by the EPA to help increase the comfort & energy efficiency of your home by improving the "Envelope", the outer walls, ceiling, windows & floors.

To improve the envelope of your home:

  • Seal Air leaks to stop drafts & get full performance from your insulation
  • Add insulation to stay comfortable during periods of extreme temperatures

Where to insulate
Adding insulation in the areas shown here may be the best way to improve your home's energy efficiency.

First, check the insulation in your attic, ceilings, exterior and basement walls, floors, and crawl spaces to see if it meets the levels recommended for your area. Insulation is measured in R-values - the higher the R-value, the better your walls and roofs will resist the transfer of heat.

Improving your Home Envelope
The exterior of your home is called the "envelope" or "shell". The envelope is made up of the outer walls, ceiling, windows & floor. By Piper AirSealing & insulating you can improve your "envelope" and make your home more comfortable and help lower your energy bills.

Hidden Air LeaksHeat Loss Diagram
Air leaks can make your home uncomfortable. In the winter, drafty windows, doors, cold walls or ceilings & ice build-up or ice dams on the roof are all symptoms of air leaks or poor insulation in attic. In the summer, ceilings that are hot to the touch & upstairs rooms that are uncomfortably hot, no matter how the A/C is set , can also be a sign of air leaks & insufficient insulation. Fixing air leaks can make your home more comfortable & help you get full performance from your insulation and your heating & cooling system.

*If you add up all the hidden air leaks in your home they can equal a hole the size of an open window.

There are many ways to fix air leaks, such as caulking, using spray foam, and weather stripping for closing smaller cracks and gaps. Plywood/drywall & rigid foam insulation may be used for plugging larger holes. Sheet metal and High Temperature Caulking can be used to close gaps around chimney and furnace flues. Call us and let us help reduce your air infiltration issues.

PLEASE KEEP IN MIND: Moisture is inherent in any home. Taking a bath, washing and drying the laundry, or doing the dishes are just a few of the ways moisture is added to the home. All efficient insulations can magnify an existing problem if the capacity to absorb moisture by capillary action is not inherent in the material. An un-insulated home is less liable to create a problem because the excess moisture is evaporated or carried away through the same cracks and leaks through which valuable heat is lost. Gas and oil furnaces which release more moisture vapor than did the older conventional coal heating units can increase moisture problems. The condensation of this vapor in the side walls occurs in all types of insulation and in virtually all applications: but in cellulose insulation it is absorbed and dissipated. This moisture is held in suspension in Weather Blanket and is released through the material's "breathing action," (the slow movement of air current through the cells of the insulation.)


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