When it comes to your home, having poor or insufficient insulation can cost you comfort and money. Our team has added insulation to thousands of homes in Wisconsin, and not once have we heard the customer regret their decision to upgrade their insulation.
If you need insulation in your home in central or southern Wisconsin, contact our insulation contractors to learn more about which insulation is right for your home.
At Alpine Insulation, we install a variety of materials for residential re-insulation projects throughout southern and central Wisconsin:
Residential retrofit insulation, or re-insulation, projects entail adding more insulation to existing homes. Insulation doesn’t perform flawlessly forever, and there becomes a point when old insulation needs to be removed, and new insulation needs to be installed.
Re-insulating your home can help you reduce your energy bills and live more comfortably no matter the season.
For a free estimate for re-insulation in your home, contact Alpine Insulation today!
For maximum insulation effectiveness, there are several areas you should consider insulating in your home, including the attic, basement, crawl spaces and walls. Our insulation contractors are experienced in installing the proper amount and type of insulation to help keep your home comfortable year-round!
At Alpine Insulation, we can provide the insulation services you need to keep your home comfortable without spending a fortune on heating and cooling bills. Our insulation services in Green Bay, Madison and the Milwaukee area include:
By far, the most important place to insulate in any home is the attic. By ensuring you have at least an R-49 to R-60 insulation rating in the attic, you can prevent heated air from escaping the living area during the winter. Likewise, in the summer, attic insulation can prevent the living area from absorbing the heat from the hot attic and the underside of the roof. Fiberglass batts, blown-in fiberglass, cellulose and spray foam insulation all offer great insulating performance in the attic.
Insulating your basement can significantly cut down on energy costs while preventing moisture and mold damage. Basement insulation can also be a great first step towards creating a finished basement, complete with extra living space, storage areas and more. Rigid foam or spray foam are excellent moisture-resistant choices for the basement walls, while fiberglass or mineral wool batts can be used between the floor joists.
Whether your home has a vented or unvented crawl space, insulating the area can help to lower your heating costs and prevent moisture damage. Typically, the best crawl space insulation is moisture-resistant products like rigid foam board, spray foam insulation or mineral wool insulation.
Adding as much insulation to the exterior walls as possible can greatly improve your comfort and reduce energy costs. In new homes, fiberglass batts, mineral wool or spray foam are excellent choices for walls, while blown-in fiberglass or cellulose is the best choice for finished walls in existing homes. Extra wall insulation can be added with rigid foam beneath the siding.
Keep your feet warm and reduce your energy costs with quality floor insulation. Fiberglass batts or mineral wool can be added to floors in new homes, while finished floors can be insulated with spray foam, cellulose or blown-in fiberglass.
For more information on insulation your home properly, view our homeowner’s resource guide to insulation.
Ready to start saving money on your home energy bills? Schedule an insulation consultation today to see where your home is losing the most energy and which type of insulation will be the most effective for you and your family!
Contact us online or call (866) 261-1090 today to schedule your FREE insulation consultation!
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Alpine Insulation is proud to be a leading installer of spray foam insulation.
Alpine Insulation is proud to be a leading installer of rockwool insulation.
Alpine Insulation is proud to be a leading installer of rigid foam insulation.