A homeowner in Manalapan Township, NJ had a poorly insulated kneewall space. The entrance to the kneewall space was on the 2nd floor in the owner’s spare room’s closet. Our team inspected the kneewall space and found dirty fiberglass insulation. Dirty fiberglass insulation can be signs of air leaking through the insulation. Fiberglass insulation does next to nothing from insulating your house. We use our SilverGlo foam insulation panels, our Blown-in TruSoft Cellulose insulation, our orange ZypFoam sealant and our professional expert’s knowledge to help satisfy all our customers’ needs.
Our customer in Englishtown, NJ needed our help with insulating their attic. Looking at the before picture we can see dirt built up on the fiberglass insulation where the roof meets the attic floor. Remember fiberglass insulation does next to nothing to insulate.
We first spray foamed the rim joists and air sealed the attic. Once our team finishes air sealing the attic we Blow-in our TrueSoft Cellulose insulation. Our customer now enjoys a more comfortable home and cheaper fuel/electric bills.
In Marlboro, NJ this homeowner has their attic located above the garage. This attic has an interior wall that connects to an adjoining room. The adjoining room of the attic and on the first floor next to the garage (office and laundry room) gets too cold or too hot depending on the seasons. To remedy the cold or hot rooms our team fastened and sealed our SilverGlo insulation boards to the attic side of the interior walls. This helps maintain the houses thermal barrier from the attic. Next we air sealed the attic and installed soft pink barriers to contain our blown-in TruSoft cellulose insulation. By blowing in our TruSoft insulation above the office and laundry room, we are able to contain the thermal barrier of the house from the attic.
This homeowner in Brick, NJ had some cold drafty rooms and was concerned their attic wasn’t properly insulated or air sealed. With two little kids in the house and both kids’ rooms always cold, this homeowner had enough of the cold and called us for help.
Our team air sealed and insulated the attic. We dense packed the attic floor (under the plywood or attic decking) and created retaining walls along the catwalk to contain our blown-in TruSoft cellulose insulation. We use TruSoft insulation for both dense packing and to insulate the attic. This after picture is in the process of blowing-in our TruSoft Cellulose insulation.
This homeowner in Long Branch, NJ needed our help insulating their crawl space. Vented crawl spaces need to be sealed properly to prevent outside air from seeping into the crawl space or house. When hot or cold air vents into the crawl space it causes cold floors, drafts above the crawl space, cools heating ducts, causes relative humidity, condensation, odors, pests, mold, rot and more.
We first spray foamed the rim joist, and then our team fastens a piece of our SilverGlo insulation panel over the crawl space vents. Next we installed our SilverGlo insulation panels over the concrete blocks. Finally we use orange ZypFoam sealant to seal the seams of the SilverGlo panels.
Our customer now has a more comfortable house, lower fuel and electric bills.