Serving Montréal, Laval, Brossard and surrounding cities in Quebec
The problem: This client from Pointe-Claire in Montréal, had a problem with his house. He found his rooms upstairs not comfortable. They were hot during the summer, even with the air climatization on and during the winter his rooms were not comfortable as he wanted them to be.
The solution: We replace the old isolation with a brand new one. We use blown cellulose for those types of projects. We blow over 16 inches to achieve R60 of value.
The attic of Ms. Samoluk's house has not been re-insulated for more than 10 years. She has noticed that her house was becoming less comfortable, due to coldness and mold increase which led to higher energy costs.
To have a good attic insulation system, our client chose our complete attic insulation service. Our team removed the old insulating wool that was moldy in some places, sealed all the gaps with polyurethane foam and then insulated the recessed lights. Finally we blew 16" of cellulose fibers.
Mr. Zerczy had only 5 to 10 inches of fiberglass insulation in his attic. The lack of insulation made his house very uncomfortable and he had noticed that the energy costs were getting very high.
Remove the fiberglass insulation in order to seal all air leaks on the attic floor such as joints, holes, and recessed. Install vents all along the soffits to ensure good ventilation of the attic and prevent air from coming into contact with the insulation and then blow a little more than 16 in cellulose fibers to obtain an R-60 value.
Mr. Ouellette contacted Systèmes Éconergie because his attic was very damp and mold was growing. He wanted to have it checked by a specialist.
Our team cleaned the surfaces with our MoldX2 product to remove the mold, added ventilation mats in the soffits to improve air circulation and avoid the humidity and then blew 16 in. of cellulose fibers.
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.
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.