Installation

When installing insulation it’s important to put safety first. There are typically more hazards involved in installing insulation. Remember we do also have an installation service.

Installation Guides

How to do we inspect your home

We walk trough the house in and out to find the problems.

And solutions we take the time to talk to you and let you see what is wrong

with professionalism and honesty

Duct Sealing

All Duct Sealing are inspected and re-installed to standar codes and regulations by city and energy efficiency.

Also insulation instalation is done with the right materials.

EcoBatt Insulation

Verify insulation material is the correct width and R-value for location.

Verify that any necessary fire blocking and draft stops have been installed.

And the most important thing is "Insulation must be installa without compression"

 

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Safety Tips

Head and Eyes

You may have to install fiberglass insulation in areas that are above your head. Wear some form of head cover for overhead installations. This helps to protect your head and face from contact with fiberglass. Wear safety glasses to protect your eyes from injury by the extra fine materials. For maximum protection, get glasses that have side shields. Be sure to launder the clothes used during insulation separately. This will prevent contamination of other clothes with the insulation material.

Breathing

Inhalation of the extremely fine glass fibers can cause respiratory complications. This may be manifested by serious coughing, bronchitis and irritation of the throat and lungs. In severe cases, inhalation can lead to the development of lung disease. It is important that you wear a respirator or dust mask to reduce the risk of respiratory complications.

Skin Protection

Tiny fibers of insulation wool can cause irritation to the skin and eyes. Prolonged contact with fiberglass can cause inflammation of the skin. It is recommended that you wear clothes that fit loosely. Long-sleeved and long-legged clothes are a good idea. This helps to protect your skin from possible irritations. Should the fiberglass particles make contact with your skin, do not rub or scratch your skin. Wash with warm running water and a mild soap.