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Insulation Services

Weathervane Home Services offers high-quality insulation services to help homeowners improve the energy efficiency and comfort of their homes.

Our team of experienced professionals will assess your attic space and recommend the best insulation solution to meet your needs. With proper insulation, you can reduce energy costs, prevent heat loss in the winter, and keep your home cool in the summer. Weathervane Home Services uses top-of-the-line insulation materials to ensure long-lasting results and maximum energy savings. Trust Weathervane Home Services to provide you with the best insulation services to create a more comfortable and energy-efficient home.

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Insulating Your Home May Include:

Insulation work for homes through Mass Save with Weathervane Home Services can be performed in various areas of the home where insulation is needed to improve energy efficiency and comfort. The specific areas targeted for insulation work may vary depending on factors such as the home’s construction, existing insulation levels, and areas of heat loss or air leakage. Here are some common areas where insulation work may be performed by Weathervane Home Services.


Adding or upgrading insulation in the attic is a common energy-saving measure. Attic insulation helps prevent heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer, improving overall energy efficiency.


Insulating exterior walls can help reduce heat loss and improve comfort levels inside the home. Depending on the construction of the home, insulation may be added to the interior or exterior walls.

Basement/Crawl Space:

Insulating basement walls or crawl space areas can help prevent heat loss through the foundation and improve moisture control. Insulation may be installed on basement walls, between floor joists in crawl spaces, or under the floor above a crawl space.


Insulating floors above unconditioned spaces such as crawl spaces or garages can help maintain consistent indoor temperatures and reduce energy costs.

Duct Work:

Insulating ductwork in attics, crawl spaces, or basements helps prevent energy loss and improves the efficiency of heating and cooling systems by reducing heat transfer.

Rim Joists/Sill Plates:

Insulating rim joists (the area where the foundation meets the exterior walls) and sill plates (the horizontal framing members at the bottom of the walls) can help reduce air leakage and improve energy efficiency.

Air Sealing:

In addition to insulation, air sealing is often performed to reduce drafts and air leakage in the home. This may involve sealing gaps and cracks around windows, doors, ductwork, and other penetrations.

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