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We are a Local Ottawa business, offering eco-friendly insulation solutions.

Over 25 years of experience, we are a trusted insulation installer that provides clean, effective, and environmentally sound insulation solutions such as spray foam insulation within the commercial and residential market.

Knowing that your insulation needs will be met on time, up to code, and done without cutting corners will give you the peace of mind that only comes when working with us.

Mold removal services are important because mold is a serious problem that can potentially create health hazards if it goes unchecked. Breathing the mold spores, which can become airborne due to disturbances such as vacuuming or walking around, is a major risk for humans and pets alike. If the infestation is extensive then it’s likely that those exposed to it will be taking in large quantities of these harmful contaminants.

Why Choose Us?

  • Free estimates

  • Reasonable price and rates

  • Quality and skilled workmanship

  • Trained and experienced employees

  • We use safe, eco-friendly products only

  • Reduce annual energy costs by 30%-50%

We work with a wide range of customers

From homeowners looking to better weatherproof their homes, to business owners and contractors working on both new construction or renovation projects. Searching for insulation companies near me? With our wide range of products, we can meet all of your insulation requirements in Ottawa. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

When it comes to R-Value, there are two things you need to know. One, what is an R-Value? An R-Value is a method of measuring insulations reduction of heat flow capabilities. R-Values express insulation’s ability to resist heat coming in or out or block the passage of air through the spaces which are insulated. R-Values dictate insulations’ ability to regulate temperature and save on energy consumption. The second thing you need to know is what R-Value you need. The answer is never the same for every home. It’s dependent on a multitude of factors. Some factors include the location of insulation. For example, an attic or ceiling would require an R-Value of 30/38/49, while an exterior wall would need between 13 and 23. 

There are many types of insulation, but the two prominent types are spray foam and blown-in insulation.  Spray foam insulation is excellent for temperature regulation keeping your home warmer in winter and cooler in the summer. This type of insulation prevents airflow through the ceiling and walls of your home. Blown-in insulation is made using cellulose and is fire-resistant. It can stop the spread of fire as fiberglass is difficult to burn. This form of insulation is cost-effective and is perfect for extending the lifespan of your home where it’s installed.

Spray foam insulation is the best choice for any home. The reasons why we believe it’s the right choice for you is for a few reasons:


  • Open-cell spray foam insulation has an incredible ability to reduce sound traveling, which makes for quieter living spaces.
  • Spray foam insulation, once installed, stays firmly in place without sagging or settling over time. 
  • Spray foam insulation is the best insulation type for temperature regulation. It’s able to keep the temperature in your home consistent and protects you from winter cold and summer heat.
  • Spray foam insulation reduces;
    • The chances of mold in your home
    • The risk of ice damage
    • The among of allergens or pollutants that can potentially infiltrate your home

Every insulation installation company has its own prices. The price varies depending on what type of insulation you’re looking for and other external factors. However, on average, you can expect to pay the following: You might be expected to pay between $1 and $6 per square foot for spray foam insulation. In the event you’re building a new home and installing spray foam insulation from the get-go, an exterior wall with an R-22 would probably cost $3 to $6 per square foot. The average home is 1,000 square feet, so you’d be looking at a cost between $3000 and $6000. Fiberglass insulation costs between $0.75 and $1.5 per square foot. Contact us to get a free estimate.

Yes. There are a lot of benefits attached to having insulation removed in your home if it becomes necessary. Some of the benefits include:


  • Protecting you and your family from asbestos.
  • Making way for better insulation, especially in homes that have been around for a long time.
  • Fixing compromised insulation that’s become susceptible to moisture, milder, and pests.

Removing insulation is usually not something we can choose to ignore. It often demands to be dealt with for the sake of your home.  Contact us to get a free estimate.