Give your family a cozy place to call home and freedom from outrageous energy bills.
Experienced, Reliable, and Trustworthy: We tick all the Boxes
Your home is your biggest investment. Don’t put it in the hands of inexperienced, fly-by-night contractors who may do more harm than good. If a house isn’t protected from harsh weather outside, it will be uncomfortable, expensive, and stressful inside. Drafts, cold floors, and excessive energy costs are just a few of the issues that prevent a family from fully enjoying their home. Retrofit insulation solutions can make it energy-efficient and comfortable.
The experts at Green Apple Spray Foam can insulate your house using state-of-the-art equipment and high-quality products. You get a perfect combination of reliability, quality, and cost efficiency for every project.
Connecticut residents like you trust us for insulating attics, walls, crawl spaces, exterior walls, and basements. We are your local, experienced pros who provide intelligent solutions to your home insulation problems.
Why Choose Us for Insulating a Connecticut Home?
Why Choose Us for Insulating a Connecticut Home?
Delivering Cost-Effective Comfort and Efficiency
Zero Damage to Existing Structure
Insulating an existing home is tricky as it can damage your walls or plaster. Our experts ensure that your house stays as it was before we started unless discussed and authorized in advance.
We understand that each customer is unique and may require different solutions.
We are a fully insured professional insulation company devoted to following safe work practices to guarantee that each project runs smoothly and that everyone involved remains safe. You should not put your building’s powerful and vital systems in the hands of just anyone.
Professionalism in Action
We are seasoned, competent, and professional and install the insulation the right way. You get better energy conservation and improved indoor air comfort and quality.
We give a timeline tailored to the project that we are working on. You are delivering the right product at the right time.
Why Retrofit Your Home with Insulation?
Savings on Energy Bills
Insulation maintains a barrier between conditioned and unconditioned air, increases energy efficiency, minimizes carbon footprint, and puts more money in your pocket.
Prevent Further Headaches
Condensation, ice dams, cold flooring, and frozen pipes are all big issues that effective insulation eliminates.
Make Your Rooms Comfortable
One room or the entire house may experience extreme temperatures, either excessively hot or excessively cold in comparison to the rest of the house. Insulation makes your rooms comfortable.
Protect from Rodents & Infestations
Attic and wall cavities are some of the common areas of mice infestation. Removing old insulation and installing rodent-proof insulation products can solve the problem.
Prevent Environmental Damage
Ice dams, frozen pipes, and dampness are all common and stressful events at home. Insulation protects your home from these damages.
Insulating your home helps to reduce pollution. Because the conditioned air is retained within your home, your HVAC system is not required to run as frequently. This will help you conserve energy and lessen your environmental impact.
Types of Insulation We Retrofit CT Homes With
Spray Foam Insulation
Mineral Wool Insulation
What People Say
Every time you hear the heat kick, or the air conditioning start up again, its costing you money.
What Areas Do We Insulate in Existing Homes?
Sealing the whole building envelope helps keep outside air out and conditioned air in, ensuring optimal comfort and energy efficiency for your family. However, depending on funding constraints, it may make sense to address specific problem areas first, such as the following:
Soundproofing baths and laundry rooms
Garages / Barns
Signs that Your Existing Home Needs Insulation
Inconsistent Household Temperatures
Walls, Ceilings, and Floors Are Cold to The Touch
Energy bills are high
Pipes freeze on a regular basis
Snow Melt on Roof
Our customers report saving between 15% and 50% on their monthly energy expenses, depending on the age of the property, its structure, the thermostat settings, and their lifestyle preferences.
It depends. If you’re insulating a rim joist, an attic or a crawl space, the existing insulation must be removed to ensure appropriate spray foam insulation.
When insulating exterior walls, or around doors and windows the existing insulation may usually be left in place since the injection foam compresses it as it fills the cavity.
In the majority of circumstances, open-cell spray foam is preferable to closed-cell spray foam for use in your house.
While both types of spray foam create an air seal, the open cell has acoustic properties, does not air seal properly, and is a softer, more malleable material. The closed-cell foam prevents the air leaks in the home, is stiffer, cost more, and does not dampen sound. For commercial structures or pole barns, closed-cell spray foam is a superior solution.
The majority of houses can be insulated in a day or less, but it may take a couple of days in some cases, particularly if old insulation is being removed from a large area such as the attic.
The primary aspect affecting the cost is the size of the space to be insulated. Additional criteria include the material utilized, the thickness of the application, and the type of siding on your property.
Adding insulation not only provides a more comfortable climate in the winter and summer. It also helps prevent overworking and overtaxing your HVAC system and can effectively extend the life of those units. Adding insulation to your existing home also lowers your carbon footprint and can make your home more valuable and attractive when selling.
Adding insulation can lower your energy bills immediately, often providing homeowners with a return on their investment in the first couple of seasons.
Absolutely. If your current insulation is good, but not providing enough protection against heat transfer. A good cost-effective way to improve your home’s climate and lower your heating/cooling bills is to add insulation and air sealing.
Not necessarily. Even new homes built in the past five years do not have sufficient insulation. It’s highly encouraged to check the insulation in your attic, or request an energy audit. Insulation and air sealing should be left to professionals.
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