Cellulose Injection

When installing insulation in the walls of new construction, Ontario contractors rely on Insta-Insulation to provide the best solution for their client’s needs. With our Igloo 360 HD™ system, you’ll quickly recognize the difference cellulose injection makes in acoustics and overall performance of the newly installed insulation in the walls of the new home or building.

When walls aren’t properly insulated, they’re more likely to experience heat loss, and other unwanted issues that include:

  • Higher energy costs
  • Unwanted drafts
  • Increase condensation within the wall cavity
  • Mold and mildew growth

Benefits of cellulose injection

With its impressive R-Value and air-tight installation, our Igloo 360 HD™ cellulose injection system tightens up the walls in the new home or building, ensuring that the new homeowner will enjoy a comfortable home with maximum energy efficiency.

With Igloo 360 HD™, contractors can more evenly fill the stud cavities with densely-packed cellulose insulation. This tightens up your walls and prevents air leakage, heat loss, and mold and mildew growth from ever occurring.

The Igloo 360 HD™ cellulose injection system also improves the acoustics of the new home. Our contractors consistently tell us that there is a noticeable difference in the acoustics as soon as the cellulose injection process is complete. Finally, the cleanup process following cellulose injection is quick and easy because the process does not allow for any dust or toxic fumes to be released into the air.

How does cellulose injection compare with batt insulation in walls?

Ontario contractors prefer cellulose injection over batt insulation for the following reasons:

  • Cellulose injection is easier to install
  • Cellulose injection provides for a tighter install
  • With 3.5 pounds of pressure, cellulose injection fills stud cavities completely and uniformly.
  • Cellulose injection

The Igloo 360 HD™ cellulose insulation injection system is our top choice for wall insulation because of its superior performance and high cost-effectiveness. Once you’ve installed into the walls of your new construction, you’ll quickly take note of the differences in acoustic performance and the ability of the walls to retain heat or air conditioned air.

Homeowners will also notice the difference as well on their energy bill, where they’ll save up to 25% on energy costs annually.

Make the wise choice and consider our Igloo 360 HD™ cellulose injection system for your new construction’s wall insulation needs. Call Insta-Insulation today for your free, no-obligation quote, and we’ll help you to decide which wall insulation option is right for your needs.

Official Insulation Contractor for Bryan Baeumler Canadian Home Builders' Association Ontario Home Builders' Association Over 10 years service with Mike Holmes



The forgotten area of your home – your attic insulation

The forgotten area of your home could be could be a costly mistake. Your home’s Attic should be inspected every couple of years. Here are a few key things to look for when inspecting an attic and attic insulation.


Attic Insulation Means Energy Savings

You pay top dollar to heat your house. So, the thought of precious heat cascading up through your ceiling into the heavens should be a perpetual source of irritation. When you have less than ideal attic insulation, you are literally burning money. And it’s just as bad in the summer. Less than ideal attic insulation means you are not keeping the heat out. Definitely not cool.

In terms of home insulation and energy savings, your attic needs to be top priority.


Air Sealing

Hot air – this winter, you want your house full of it. But where you don’t want it, is in a pitch from an insulation company.

Sealing your attic is an ideal way to optimize your Return On Insulation Investment. But buyer beware – it is also the service most exploited by some insulation companies to take advantage of unsuspecting customers. It’s important to know how the process works in order to be sure that your not getting burned.


Breaking the Mold

Impacting both quality of life and quality of property, mold is a persistent threat to homeowners everywhere. According to the U.S. Centre for Disease Control (CDC) mold can cause.

“…nasal stuffiness, throat irritation, coughing or wheezing, eye irritation, or, in some cases, skin irritation. People with mold allergies may have more severe reactions. Immune-compromised people and people with chronic lung illnesses, such as...