Insulation Installation

Save up to 20%* on your heating and cooling costs with a new insulation system and experience the wonders of effective temperature regulation throughout your home.

Insulation Installation Services

Why should you install new insulation?

Weather and temperature changes occur frequently in Canada, making it very important to have a properly insulated and a well-ventilated home. Cold walls and floors, signs of mould, or ice buildup on your roof are clear indicators that the insulation in your home needs an upgrade. At the Home Depot, our Installation Experts ensure the proper and professional installation of long-lasting, loose-fill blown-in insulation, which can help save up to 20%* on your heating and cooling costs, reduce noise levels and stabilize temperature fluctuations. Proper insulation also reduces drafts and creates the right environment for your furnace and air conditioner to operate at peak efficiency, so your home is warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.

* Up to 20% heating and cooling savings based on Hot 2000, Version 8.7 run for a 2 storey 1972 type base house with 1149 sf per floor for an increase from R-8 to R-40 in the attic in Canadian climates. Savings vary depending on original amount of insulation in your home, climate, house size, air leaks, and personal energy use and living habits.

Why should you install new insulation with
Home Depot Installations?

Every single team member, from our project coordinators to our insulation installation experts are highly skilled, certified and insured professionals

Our team members receive ongoing training on product knowledge and installation protocols so that they are fully able to assess your needs, pinpoint problem areas, and come up with a detailed installation proposal for your insulation project. The completion of your project is executed by a dedicated team of installers  and constant customer support.

We follow a clear and transparent 3-step process that will make the project a simple and enjoyable experience for you.

How to tell if you need new insulation

How to tell if you need new insulation

3 Steps to Your Ideal Insulation Installation

Free In-Home Consultation

At a pre-scheduled time, a professional Home Depot Installations Sales Consultant will visit your home to discuss your insulation needs, preferences and options. Your consultant will inspect and measure your attic after familiarizing you with the various features and benefits of loose-fill, blown-in insulation. He/She will then develop a solid insulation plan that will maximize efficiency (i.e. R-value) and fit your budget. You will be provided with a detailed, written estimate at the end of the consultation so that you are able to make an informed decision.

Professional Installation

You will be assigned a project coordinator, who will be your main point of contact throughout your entire insulation project. Your coordinator is there to streamline the project and make everything easy for you. He/She will arrange for your new insulation materials, schedule your installation date, inform you of any updates and prior preparations you need to make, and answer any questions you have.

Our installation professional will ensure that your home is well-protected before proceeding with the insulation installation. Work areas will be clearly marked, and baffles installed to protect lights and vents. Trained installation professionals will then expertly install your new insulation while respecting the privacy of your home at a time that is convenient for you. Your old insulation and debris will be removed and taken away to be recycled if possible. At all times, our installation professionals will maintain a safe work site and ensure a thorough cleanup.

Follow-Up

Your satisfaction is our #1 priority. Once your project is complete, your installation team will perform a thorough clean-up of your home and will make sure that you are happy with the work that has been done.

Vendors We Carry

Owens Corning Insulation
Weathershield Insulation
Roxul | The Better Insulation
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