Weatherizing your home helps you save money by saving energy, and it can also improve the comfort of your home. Professionals who perform weatherization services are part of the "Home Performance" industry. They are trained to understand how a house works as a system and to offer solutions that can solve common and difficult problems using building science.

Conduct a home energy audit to start building your strategy for weatherizing your home, then learn about air sealing, insulation, moisture control, and ventilation.


Spray Foam

Spray polyurethane foam (SPF) is a spray-applied plastic that is widely used to insulate buildings and seal cracks and gaps, making the building more energy-efficient and comfortable. SPF insulation is known to resist heat transfer extremely well, and it offers a highly effective solution in reducing unwanted air infiltration through cracks, seams, and joints.

Air Sealing

Air that leaks through your home's envelope − the outer walls, windows, doors, and other openings − wastes a lot of energy and increases your utility costs. A well-sealed envelope, coupled with the right amount of insulation, can make a real difference on your utility bills.

Sealing leaks and adding insulation can improve the overall comfort of your home and help to fix many of these common problems: Reduced noise from outside, less pollen, dust and insects (or pests) entering your home, better humidity control, lower chance for ice dams on the roof/eves in snowy climates.

Cellulose Insulation

Considered a "green" product as it uses up to 85% of recycled materials. It is made of shredded newspaper and other content, which is treated for fire retardency. Our method of blown in cellulose insulation ensures you reach the desired R-Value to keep your home cool in the Summer and warm in the Winter!