Before & After

Attic Insulation Before & After Photos

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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

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 with cellulose in Montréal, Qc

The problem

The lack and the  poor insulation of Mr. Robinson's attic made the rooms in his house very uncomfortable. He also noticed that the energy costs were getting higher, way more than the previous years. He therefore contacted Systèmes Éconergie for a free estimate.

The solution

Our team of experts removed the old insulation to seal all air leaks on the floor such as the joints between the boards. They insulated the access hatch and blew 16” of cellulose fibers to have an R-60 value.

With this solution, Mr. Robinson will be able to regain the comfort of his home and will have less energy costs.

Attic insulation with cellulose in Brossard, Qc

The problem: This client from Brossard had an attic that was not insulated well. It had old fiberglass and it wasn't optimal for this attic. Also, the client was feeling that his rooms upstairs were not comfortable. During winter they were cold and in the summer they were really hot. Something not right was happening in this attic. 

The solution: We remove all the old isolation, after this, we seal off all cracks that happen to leaks air with expandable foam. After, we blown over 16 inches of cellulose to achieve R60 of value.  

Cellulose insulation in Brossard, Qc


Mrs. Rao had not re-insulated her attic for more than 10 years.


Remove the old fiberglass insulation, plug all the air leaks in the attic such as the joints, the holes that were made for the recessed lights and  the wires and then blow out 16 in. of fibers of cellulose for a value of R60.

Total Before & After Sets: 37

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
  • 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
  • Vaudreuil-Sur-Le-Lac
Our Locations:

Systèmes Éconergie
1622 Boulevard Saint-Elzéar O
Laval, QC H7L 3N2
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