Meet The Team

Colin Seguin

Systèmes Éconergie

Title: Foreman

Hometown: Laval

Colin Seguin from Systèmes Éconergie

Colin has joined the team of Systèmes Éconergie first as an installer and quickly became one of our foremen. He has several years of experience in landscape maintenance and residential renovation. Ambitious and likes to take up any type of challenge, he represents a real asset for the company. 

We are proud to have Colin on our team. 

Case Studies I've worked on:

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Before and after photos from jobs I've worked on:
  • Insulation of an attic in Pointe-Claire, Qc
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    Insulation of an attic in Pointe-Claire, Qc
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    Insulation of an attic in Pointe-Claire, Qc

    The problem

    During winter, ice dams and huge icicles formed on the roof of Mrs. Forget's house. A lack of insulation in the attic was the cause of this problem. Even though Mrs. Forget had re-insulated her attic a few years ago, but the same problem had reappeared.

    The solution

    We removed the fiberglass insulation that was in the attic to seal all air leaks (joints and holes) with expanded foam. Subsequently, we added deflectors to allow better ventilation of the attic. Finally, we blew a little more than 16'' of cellulose fibers to reach an R-60 value.

  • Air leaks and poor insulation in a attic in POINTE-CLAIRE, Qc
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    Air leaks and poor insulation in a attic in POINTE-CLAIRE, Qc
    After

    Air leaks and poor insulation in a attic in POINTE-CLAIRE, Qc

    Mrs. Eaves had problems with ice damming on the roof of her house in winter. So she contacted Systèmes Éconergie to re-insulate her attic.

    In the attic of her house, there were only 10 inches of fiberglass insulation, which was far from enough. We removed the old insulation, sealed all the air leaks present on the attic floor with our expanded polyurethane foam, and then blew a little more than 16 in of cellulose fibers to achieve an R-60 value.

  • A properly insulated attic in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Qc
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    A properly insulated attic in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Qc
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    A properly insulated attic in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Qc

    The problem

    The attic insulation of Mrs. Negret's house was insufficient. There was less than 10” of fiberglass mat in some places. This caused ice dams on her roof in winter and made her house uncomfortable.

    The solution

    We have sealed all air leaks such as joints, electrical wire holes. Then, we isolated the recessed lights by adding a box to each of them and sealing around the box. We insulated the access hatch with SilverGlo and finally blew out just over 16” of cellulose fibers. 

  • Attic insulation in DOLLARD-DES-ORMEAUX, Qc
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    Attic insulation in DOLLARD-DES-ORMEAUX, Qc
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    Attic insulation in DOLLARD-DES-ORMEAUX, Qc

    The problem

    Bad insulation of the attic of Mrs. Erst's house’ Less than 10 in’ of fiberglass as insulation’.

    The solution

    Remove fiberglass insulation, seal air leaks with our expanded polyurethane foam and blow 16” of cellulose fibers to achieve an R-60 value.

  • Insulating an attic to reduce a homeowner's energy costs in Verdun, Qc
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    Insulating an attic to reduce a homeowner's energy costs in Verdun, Qc
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    Insulating an attic to reduce a homeowner's energy costs in Verdun, Qc

    The problem

    Mr. Simard contacted Systèmes Éconergie to properly insulate his attic. He had very high energy costs, as well as problems with an ice dam on the roof of his house in winter. Both of these problems are caused by the lack of insulation in his attic.

    The solution

    In order to solve Mr. Simard's problem, we removed the old fiberglass insulation, to seal all the air leaks in the attic (joints, ducts, etc.) and we blew a little more than 16’’ of cellulose fibers. With this solution, we achieve an R-61 value!

     

  • Attic Insulation in  Saint-Laurent, Qc
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    Attic Insulation in  Saint-Laurent, Qc
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    Attic Insulation in Saint-Laurent, Qc

    Mr. Leduc contacted Systèmes Éconergie because he wanted to re-insulate his attic. He did well because his attic was very poorly insulated. In some places there were only 5 in’’ of fiberglass!

    We removed the old insulation, sealed all air leaks, insulated the access hatch and blew 16” of cellulose fiber to achieve an R-60 value.

  • Attic Insulation in Laval, Qc
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    Attic Insulation in Laval, Qc
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    Attic Insulation in Laval, Qc

    Mr. Tang wanted to re-insulate his attic because he had problems with ice damming on his roof in winter. In addition, he felt drafts of cool air in the rooms upstairs. This was due to poor insulation in his attic.

    Our solution to our client's problem was to first remove the old fiberglass insulation in order to seal all the air leaks that were present on the attic surface (joints, holes, etc.). Then we installed vents on each end of the attic to finally blow out just over 16” of cellulose fibers.

  • Air leaks and poor insulation in a attic in Chambly, Qc
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    Air leaks and poor insulation in a attic in Chambly, Qc
    After

    Air leaks and poor insulation in a attic in Chambly, Qc

    The problem

    Ms. Smith contacted Systèmes Éconergie because she had problems with ice dams on her roof in winter. This very common problem is due to poor attic insulation and the presence of air leaks.

    The solution

    We removed the old wool insulation in order to seal the air leaks such as joints, holes and others. Then, we installed vents on each side of the attic to allow additional ventilation in the attic and prevent air from touching the insulation. Eventually, we blew just over 16” of cellulose fibers to achieve an R-60 value.

  • Attic Insulation in Prévost, Qc
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    Attic Insulation in Prévost, Qc
    After

    Attic Insulation in Prévost, Qc

    The problem

    Mr. Cadieux contacted Systèmes Éconergie because he had no insulation in his attic. He also felt a difference in the temperature of the rooms in the house, some were colder and some were warmer, which made his house feel uncomfortable.

    The solution

    Remove the fiberglass insulation, seal all air leaks on the attic floor with expanded foam, add vents for better ventilation and blow out just over 16” of cellulose fibers.

     

  • Reducing energy costs by insulating our client's attic in Deux-Montagnes, Qc
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    Reducing energy costs by insulating our client's attic in Deux-Montagnes, Qc
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    Reducing energy costs by insulating our client's attic in Deux-Montagnes, Qc

    The problem

    The rooms in Mr. Donovan's house were uncomfortable. They were often either too hot or too cold. He also had too high heating and cooling costs. These problems are due to poor attic insulation and as a matter of fact, he only had 8 ‘’ of blown wool in his attic.

    The solution

    To improve the comfort of our client's home as well as reduce their energy costs, we removed the old fiberglass insulation to seal all air leaks on the attic floor, insulated the air ducts to avoid losses, and blew just over 16’’ of cellulose fibers.

     

  • Attic Insulation in Terreborne, Qc
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    Attic Insulation in Terreborne, Qc
    After

    Attic Insulation in Terreborne, Qc

    Mrs. Develter contacted Systèmes Éconergie because she felt that her attic was not well insulated. Actually following our free inspection, there were only 6 in of insulation. Lack of insulation in the attic causes heated or cooled air to escape faster, hence higher energy costs.

     

    The solution was to remove the old insulation, seal the joints with our polyurethane foam to eliminate air leaks, insulate the metal chimney by sealing the stump with metal flashing, caulking it, and wrapping it with Rock Wool, adding ventilation mats, and finally blowing 16 in’ of cellulose fibers.

our service area

We serve the following areas

  • Akwesasne
  • Beauharnois
  • Cazaville
  • Coteau-Du-Lac
  • Dalhousie
  • Dewittville
  • Elgin
  • Franklin
  • Havelock
  • Hinchinbrooke
  • Howick
  • Hudson
  • Hudson Heights
  • Huntingdon
  • L'ile-Perrot
  • Lery
  • Les Cedres
  • Les Coteaux
  • Mercier
  • Montpellier
  • Notre-Dame-De-L'ile-Perrot
  • Noyan
  • Ormstown
  • Pincourt
  • Pointe-Des-Cascades
  • Rigaud
  • Riviere-Beaudette
  • Saint-Anicet
  • Saint-Antoine-Abbe
  • Saint-Chrysostome
  • Saint-Clet
  • Saint-Etienne-De-Beauharnois
  • Saint-Lazare
  • Saint-Louis-De-Gonzague
  • Saint-Paul-De-L'ile-Aux-Noix
  • Saint-Polycarpe
  • Saint-Stanislas-De-Kostka
  • Saint-Telesphore
  • Saint-Urbain-Premier
  • Saint-Valentin
  • Saint-Zotique
  • Sainte-Agnes-De-Dundee
  • Sainte-Barbe
  • Sainte-Justine-De-Newton
  • Sainte-Marthe
  • Sainte-Martine
  • Salaberry-De-Valleyfield
  • Terrasse-Vaudreuil
  • Tres-Saint-Redempteur
  • Vaudreuil-Dorion
Our Locations:

Systèmes Éconergie
1622 Boulevard Saint-Elzéar O
Laval, QC H7L 3N2
1-514-612-5777
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