You want home comfort at an affordable price, because heating your home shouldn’t cost a fortune. To reach this goal, on top of getting more energy-efficient heating systems, many families are turning to high R-value insulation in Edmonton. Energy-efficient insulation can shield you from high energy costs during weather extremes, as well as balance temperatures in each room of your home.
To help you find the best exterior insulation for your needs, Classic Exteriors starts with an in-depth consultation. We go over your house to look at the layout and estimate its square footage. In addition to determining the required amount of insulation, typically ranging from 1/2” to 2-1/2” in thickness, we will also help you understand how R-values, condensation, and “air tightness” can all affect your home insulation options.
While you might typically associate renovation work with the warmer spring and summer months, insulation can actually be installed on the outside of your walls during the fall and winter months. Not only will you feel so much cozier inside your home once the new insulation is installed, but you can also begin enjoying energy savings right away. Thus, if your home doesn’t feel as comfortable as it should in the winter months, you need to add insulation because it:
Is thermally efficient
Saves energy in a cost-effective way
Makes your home quieter
Provides you comfortable living space
These factors are true in all seasons, so never hesitate to contact us for an insulation installation. With decades of experience in installing exterior insulation to Edmonton homes, working with Classic Exteriors ensures your home’s insulation is done right the first time! To arrange your consultation and learn about how much you could be saving with new exterior insulation, call Classic Exteriors, today!
Reasons Proper Insulation in Edmonton is Important
There are so many reasons why having the right amount of home insulation in Edmonton is important. First and foremost, you can avoid higher utility bills by eliminating cold and warm drafts and inconsistent room temperatures. Having newer insulation also reduces the signs of aging on your home’s exterior and helps eliminate the likelihood of unwanted pest infestations. Proper insulation also prevents water from heavy rains and snows from seeping through your roof and/or walls and causing unexpected damage
One of the best ways to choose a type of insulation is to look at its R-value. The higher the number assigned to the R-value, the better it will perform as an insulator for your home. While there may be different styles of insulation, such as batting and loose fill, types of insulation with identical R-values can be expected to provide the exact same results. By choosing insulation with a high R-value, you can ensure your home will experience considerable energy savings.
Since old insulation breaks down slowly over time, and energy costs are always on the rise, it can be difficult to determine whether or not your home is in need of new insulation. One of the best ways to pinpoint areas of your home that could use additional insulation is through a home energy audit. There are several companies offering this type of service in Central Alberta and they can easily be found by conducting a search online.
Approved Vendor for Energy Efficiency Alberta
We're proud to be an approved vendor to install exterior insulation for the Alberta Home Improvement Rebate program! Energy Efficiency Alberta offers performance-based rebates in accordance with how much energy your home improvement project saves. Please contact our sales team for more information!
If you are uncomfortably cold in the winter or hot in the summer, you need a way to make your home more comfortable. Rather than large amounts of money on a brand new heating or cooling system, consider your insulation. If you already have insulation in your attic, floors, and ceilings, you need exterior insulation for your Edmonton home. Contact Classic Exteriors for an estimate on our home exterior insulation services. We serve all neighbourhoods in Edmonton, as well as the surrounding cities.