Your Expert Home Insulation Contractor in Portland, Oregon
We specialize in a variety of services aimed to lessen your home's carbon footprint and save energy and money each month! We offer it all, from home insulation and heating and cooling services to replacement windows and home energy audits!
Wall & Attic Insulation
Sealing Air Leaks
Home Energy Evaluation
Crawl Space & Basement Insulation
Home Energy Evaluation
Our goal is to make your Portland home more comfortable, more health friendly, and less expensive to heat and cool. In our evaluation we inspect your home providing report on the condition of major systems like the furnace, ductwork, a/c, and insulation. We then check air leakage areas throughout the house to identify weak points where you are losing energy. We then provide recommendations with realistic expectations for energy improvements and offer a free estimate for proposed work.
Home insulation is an important aspect of your home that is either saving or costing you money. To help you get those most bang for your buck we offer all types of insulation including spray foam, blown-in insulation and rigid foam insulation. Not only are we equipped with different types of insulation we can insulate whatever is needed. Perhaps warm air is slipping through walls or your attic. We'll also handle the crawl-space and basement? Whatever is best for your Portland home we can do.
Homeowners were so pleased to cover the dirt with a mold resistant barrier.
Spray foam walls with vapor barrier liner.
Job Stories From Portland, OR
Water Damaged Attic Repaired in Portland, OR
This Portland, OR homeowner found us online and called to receive an estimate on repairing the water damage in their attic. While our Energy Consultant was there, he also looked under the home and saw the very damaged, and in some places not even connected, ductwork for their heating system. (see photo)
In the attic, our Insulation Crew removed the damaged insulation, treated the roof deck for mold, replaced the damaged sheet rock, and blew in TruSoft cellulose insulation. The team also removed all the flex ductwork under the home and replaced it with new insulated flex ductwork. The client was impressed with our crew’s professionalism.
Portland, OR Home Will No Longer Be Hot in the Summer
This Portland, OR homeowner found us online and called for an entire home evaluation to help uncover the reasons their home was very, very hot during the summer months. They called in the spring to get a jump on it before they had to go through another summer being uncomfortable in their own home.
Our Energy Consultant discovered, in his thorough evaluation of their home, that the attic was the culprit (see photo showing how some of attic was not even covered). Our insulation crew sealed the air leaks in the attic and then blew in TruSoft cellulose insulation to the R-60 level. The homeowners were very happy and appreciated the full clean-up that our crew did.
Milwaukie, OR Home Family Room Made Comfortable
This Milwaukie, OR homeowner met us at the Portland home show in February and signed up right then to get a whole home evaluation from us. Their family room has never been comfortable; they had to use portable heaters, which were expensive, to make it moderately comfortable.
Our Energy Consultant met with them and, after exploring the whole home, discovered their attic was the culprit! There was not enough insulation in the attic, and there were no seals around the can lights, so all the air they were paying to heat was escaping up through the lights into the attic.
Our insulation crew covered 13 can lights and sealed around them (see photo) before blowing in the cellulose insulation to an R-60 level.
1957 Portland Home Now More Comfortable
This Portland area homeowner, whose house was built in 1957, met us at a home show and made an appointment. She wanted to make her new-to-her home warmer. Our Energy Consultant met with her and investigated the attic. He founds air leakage around ductwork, soffits, and the chimney where air she was heating in her home was escaping to the attic and to the outside. The existing insulation in the attic was not at an adequate level, too.
Our crew sealed the leaks (see photo showing sealing around ductwork) and blew in cellulose to the R-49 level that is the minimum recommended for efficiency. Her home is now much more comfortable.