9 out of 10 homes are under insulated. Stop wasting money and energy on a poorly insulated home, and receive a rebate based on energy efficiency. Our team will assess your home and find a solution that will not only result in cost savings, and financial incentives, but a more efficient home
CRAWL SPACE ENCAPULATION
Encapsulating your crawl space has a big impact on indoor air qualit and reduces the chance of moisture-related issues inside your home. You will also experience reduced energy bills and increased interior comfort.
We use high-quality cellulose insulation for every installation. Cellulose insulation has a better r-value than fiberglass, and resists rodents and bugs.
BASEMENT BOX SILL INSULATION
Box sills are often the least insulated part of a home. Fiberglass batts are commonly used to save on cost, however, this can trap moisture, leading to mold growth. The best solution is to replace the fiberglass batts with 2-part closed-cell foam.
EXTERIOR WALL INSULATION
Re-insulating your exterior walls can help you save money on heating and cooling bills. If you’ve noticed that your walls feel cool or damp, then you should have the insulation checked.
ATTIC AIR SEALING
Air sealing is becoming more popular because of the insulation benefits it has, and has even become required by code in some areas. Before we insulate an attic, we make sure that it’s properly air sealed.
SPRAY FOAM INSULATION
Spray foam insulation is up to 24 times more resistant to air infiltration and creates an excellent barrier against the elements. We use spray foam where there are space constraints and a high r-value per inch is needed.
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step 1: HOME PERFORMANCE TEST
Eclipse Roofers will perform a Blower Door Test, Infrared Scan, Combustion Safety Test to create an Evaluation Report.
step 2: review YOUR FIRST PROPOSAL
Eclipse Roofers will provide a free estimate based on the energy audit report.
step 3: insulation
This process typically consists multiple parts. Those may include: Removing moldy or rodent infested insulation, Air Sealing penetrations in the attic, properly sealing recessed lights, re-insulating attic with cellulose insulation, installing better exhausting bath fans, installing smart switches on bath fans to aid in whole home fresh air exchange, properly venting bath and kitchen fans, and replacing moldy/ineffective fiberglass in basement sill boxes with 3-part closed cell spray foam.
step 4: get your incentives
Receive Focus on Energy rebates, and rebates from your energy utility. Most customers average between $1,700 and $2,200 in rebates.