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what is weatherization?

Weatherization is a process to protect your home from the outside elements and improve its energy efficiency. It will help your house stay warmer in cold weather and cooler in hot weather, all while reducing energy usage. Weatherization will also help prevent any costly damage from water, moisture or even sunlight. 

home air leaks can waste up to 40% of the energy you use for your heating and cooling

what does it mean to weatherize a home?

Weatherization improves the comfort level and energy efficiency of your home. Weatherization is essentially a protective shield around your home that helps keep the home comfortable regardless of the season. It will also reduce the cost and burden of energy waste that comes with poorly insulated or “leaky” houses.

install duct insulation

Insulation that is installed will help keep unwanted air from entering your home. Not only making your home more comfortable but also helping your indoor air quality. 

repair leaks in heating and cooling ducts

Leaks in your heating and cooling ducts will raise your energy bills because your indoor air temperature will fluctuate. This causes your heating and cooling system to work harder shortening the lifespan of your system. 

perform air sealing

Air sealing is a necessary step in weatherization. Installing new insulation won’t help keep your home more comfortable or reduce your energy costs. This is because the air that leaks out of your ducts is the hot air or cool air in your home that you use to keep the temperature in your home comfortable. Air sealing will prevent drafts inside your home. 

install insulation where needed

We always recommend replacing all existing insulation if it is older than 2015. This is because before 2015 insulation was manufactured with a formaldehyde chemical which is a hazardous material. Also, older homes usually have insufficient insulation, it could be due to damage but also because the code and regulations have changed over the years, meaning your home is most likely not up to code.  

repair roof leaks before installation of attic insulation

It is highly recommended that you check for any roof leaks before installing new insulation in your attic. Without repairing any leaks this can damage new insulation and wet insulation can lead to mold and mildew. 

insulating walls and attic

Weatherizing your home has multiple benefits. The main goal is to create a more energy efficient. Not only will it save you money on your energy bills, but it will also generate energy and nonenergy benefits for the community. 

The biggest energy waster in your home is caused by lack of whole home weatherization

why is weatherization important?

Be wise, weatherize. Weatherization is a worthwhile investment that offers many benefits, including saving homeowners up to 20-30% on their utility bills. Our goal is to make each home more comfortable, healthier, and less wasteful by weatherization upgrades. 

well sealed, well insulated homes

are more comfortable and energy efficient and it saves you money on your energy bills

incentives and rebates for weatherizing your home

There are various financial incentives for weatherizing and upgrading your home’s insulation. There is federal, state, and even local rebate programs. 

“Weatherization is adding insulation, sealing cracks, and making other changes that reduce heat loss, save you money on heating bills and make your home or apartment healthier. The federal government and Washington State offer weatherization programs, which Commerce runs, for qualified low-income households. For general information on what the Weatherization Program provides, please see the Client Education Guide (PDF)/Client Education Guide – Spanish (PDF).”

Resource: Washington State Department Of Commerce Website

Weatherization Programs – Washington State

Depending on what utility company you use, you could receive utility rebates that cover weatherization and other energy-efficient upgrades.

Residential Services – Cascade Natural Gas Corporation (cngc.com)

“If you make qualified energy-efficient improvements to your home after Jan. 1, 2023, you may qualify for a tax credit up to $3,200. You can claim the credit for improvements made through 2032.

For improvements installed in 2022 or earlier: Use previous versions of Form 5695.

Beginning Jan. 1, 2023, the credit equals 30% of certain qualified expenses, including:

  • Qualified energy efficiency improvements installed during the year
  • Residential energy property expenses
  • Home energy audits”

Resource: IRS Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit Website 

Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit | Internal Revenue Service (irs.gov)

Why Choose Insulation Co. LLC for Your attic weatherization

over 25 years experience

Insulation Co. – Serving Seattle for 25+ years with expertise and professionalism. Our experienced team, led by founder Jo, has been dedicated to delivering quality craftsmanship and friendly customer service to all his customers for almost two decades. All of our team members have over ten years of experience in the industry and are fully trained and certified.  Your trusted partner in Seattle for insulation solutions. Trust our experienced team for all your insulation needs.Contact us today for expert service and friendly assistance.

10-year warranty on insulation workmanship

All of our work is backed by a 10-year transferable warranty on insulation workmanship and a 2-year transferable warranty on mold remediation, sump pump, and French drain install workmanship (if applicable to the bid scope of work). Included in our warranty is one free complimentary courtesy check. Unlike other companies, there does not have to be anything wrong for us to come and inspect your attic and crawl space. We encourage customers to schedule their courtesy check a year after the work is done to put their minds at ease that everything is still in tip-top shape.

insured, bonded, and licensed

Insulation Co. – Providing licensed, bonded, and insured services for your insulation needs. Trust our expertise and commitment to quality work. It is important to choose a contractor who is licensed, bonded, and insured because this ensures we know how to do our job properly and can protect ourselves against any potential mistakes. We also know this will offer a sense of security to our customers. Having worker’s compensation and liability insurance for our employees means we are allowed to get and sign building permits if necessary. 

owner-run company

Owning a business can be tough, but also incredibly rewarding. Experience the advantage of talking directly to the owner of our business, Jo, who started installing insulation at the young age of 10. Jo, the founder of the company, has firsthand experience in the insulation industry since childhood. Gain a unique advantage by connecting with Jo, the owner of our business. Benefit from firsthand experience and expert knowledge in the insulation industry! Get a free estimate and virtual consultation now!

free same-day estimates

Get fast, free, virtual, and same-day quotes for your home improvement project. We understand that this is not a cheap service. Providing customers with fast, free, virtual, and same-day quotes will give you a starting point for your home improvement project. Included in your free estimate is a virtual consultation to discuss the project and answer any questions you may have. Start your home improvement project with ease!

5 star customer reviews

Experience a customer-focused company that prioritizes your wants and needs. Our goal is to make a customer and not a sale. Some businesses are too focused on making sales but don’t pay enough attention to satisfying the customers’ wants and needs. Customer reviews are a reflection of our customer’s experience with our company and services. Customer interactions are our primary means to create true customer relationships to build our brand. 

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