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Whether a new construction or an older established home, Toronto property owners should always examine if their house is ready for the upcoming change in season. Controlling energy costs while maintaining comfort in the home has always been the biggest challenge for local homeowners and unfinished areas of the home are usually the source of air leaks. Installing attic insulation in Toronto by providing a barrier between areas that are different in temperature and sealing air leaks is the best way to keep your home comfortable while lowering your monthly energy bill.

The purpose of a well-insulated attic is to prevent winter heating and summer cooling from escaping out through the roof. For homeowners looking to upgrade their attic insulation in Toronto, it’s the key to improving home energy efficiency and reducing seasonal utility costs.

Before installing any insulation, it's wise to perform a comprehensive attic inspection. A good inspection will allow for a proper assessment of existing insulation materials and an accurate calibration of current insulation performance. Other attic and roof elements are also inspected.

Without question, upgrading attic insulation makes a noticeable difference. Energy efficiency is improved, indoor comfort is enhanced, and utility bills are reduced. The fact is, a well-insulated attic can easily provide 30% to 40% savings on winter heating and summer air conditioning.

Installing Attic Insulation in Toronto Gets Your Home Ready For Any Season

As hot air rises throughout your home, it can accumulate in areas which are prone to heat loss, such as an empty attic. Attics are perfect for storage or as an emergency bedroom, however, the unfinished space above the top floor can create numerous problems for homeowners. During the winter months, homes are heated and that warmer air rises throughout the home eventually reaching the attic. Non-insulated attics can easily allow hot or cold air to escape causing the heating or cooling system to run longer to maintain the desired temperature. This means more energy consumption and higher utility bills. Local homeowners should consider installing attic insulation in Toronto to provide a better thermal performance to your home insulation and to reduce those monthly costs.

Your Attic May Be Costing You Money

Builders rarely insulate attics when constructing homes and they are usually left in an unfinished state. Open slats and exposed exterior walls provide many opportunities for air to escape which directly impacts the cost of heating and cooling your home. A higher energy bill means your heating and cooling equipment is operating longer than it should resulting in increased wear and tear on equipment. Fully insulating your home’s attic will reduce energy consumption and save you money in unnecessary and costly furnace and air conditioning repairs.

Quality Attic Insulation Improves Energy Efficiency

In winter, poorly performing insulation allows for heat loss through the roof. It causes the furnace to work harder to keep the home warm and comfortable. It's similar in summer when the AC unit has to work harder to keep the house cool. For attic insulation in Vaughan, EcoComfort Insulation and Contracting installs high-quality products with excellent results every time.

EcoComfort will typically recommend blown in cellulose for attic installation. The product provides satisfactory coverage in the attic and roof cavity and ensures the required R-Values. In a properly air-sealed attic, blown in cellulose effectively blocks air leakage while insulating the home very efficiently. Blown in cellulose has gained popularity for attic installations because it’s effective.

Thermal Performance 

  • Blown in cellulose provides excellent levels of thermal performance when professionally installed. This product can also be installed to upgrade the R-Value of existing insulation material. If the existing insulation is dry and uncontaminated, the blown insulation can be applied as a "top-up".

Fire Resistance

  • Cellulose insulation is treated to be fire-resistant. When professionally installed, the material is designed to inhibit the spread of fire. Industry tests show that cellulose insulation does quite well during fire testing, providing significantly more fire resistance than other comparable materials.

Effective Coverage

  • For insulating “hard-to-reach” areas in the attic and roof, blown in cellulose provides very effective coverage. While those awkward spaces in the attic restrict access, blown in insulation effectively fills all of the small gaps and crevices and far better than those insulation batts.

Good Investment

  • With a professional installation, blown in cellulose requires less installation time than many other insulation products on the market. And because of the installation cost, it's a goo investment over the long term. Even more, there's no compromise on the quality and integrity of the installation.

Non-Toxic Product

  • Blown in cellulose insulation contains NO toxic chemicals, NO formaldehyde, and NO asbestos. During the manufacturing process, the cellulose is treated with boric acid, which acts as an antiseptic and insecticide. This treatment resists mold and repels insects throughout the attic

A High Tech Solution For An Old Problem

No home construction is ever perfect and controlling and maintaining air flow within the home is one of the biggest challenges for homeowners in Toronto. Older homes have their own set of unique problems related to wear and tear. Professional insulation specialists believe that proper attic insulation in Toronto is the most efficient way to control airflow, add thermal stability to your home insulation, reduce costs and keep the home comfortable all year round. EcoComfort offers the latest in blown-in fiberglass or blown-in cellulose insulation and ensures the complete coverage of your attic.

attic insulation toronto by EcoComfort to cushion and fill the spaces for energy efficiency

Types of Attic Insulation

Choosing new insulation from the many available options on the market is enough to make your head spin. While everyone wants the best insulation for their home, what’s the ‘best’ is a matter for discussion - each home is uniquely affected by its location, weather, elevation and other factors, and the EcoComfort team will help you choose what will work best for your needs and budget. There are two major formulations of insulation that are used on the market today: batts and blown in.

Batts: This style of insulation has been on the market for decades. Resembling unspun wool or cotton candy, batts are large, fluffy rectangular pieces of insulation made from materials like fibreglass, cotton, or rock slag. Batts are a great choice for rectangular or square spaces where they can be cut exactly or fit into a framed wall, but have a bit more trouble when there are curves or tight spaces - insulation has to offer complete coverage to be truly effective.

Blown in: When insulation is blown into a space, it may be made of similar materials to batt style insulation, but it is formulated as very small pieces instead of big continuous sheets. This allows it to be installed very quickly and with minimal mess or man power. It also gives it a greater flexibility than batt style insulation, because it can fit into irregularly shaped spaces much easier. The best part of blown in insulation is that it can be installed in exterior walls through small holes drilled into the walls. There’s no big mess or need to take down drywall, just a small hole to patch and paint.

The Benefits of Blown in Cellulose

Blown in cellulose insulation is one of our top recommendations at EcoComfort for a number of important reasons. A major clue is in our name - blown in cellulose insulation is one of the most eco friendly options on the insulation market today because it’s made from post-consumer recycled paper waste and isn’t treated with any harmful chemicals. Other reasons our company love blown in cellulose insulation are:

  • It’s cost efficient
  • It can be installed quickly
  • It has a long life span, and resists mold and mildew
  • It’s unfriendly to four and six (and eight) legged creatures
  • It helps to reduce the wear and tear on your heating and cooling appliances by providing better thermal coverage to your home
  • It helps to create a more stable indoor environment
  • It reduces your energy consumption

How Do You Know When to Get Your Attic Insulated?

The problems associated with poor attic insulation are often difficult to notice. Like the cold or flu, a lot of symptoms can be caused by other problems or issues. It’s also very easy to ignore the attic for the simple reason that it’s not a room we generally use or pass through on a daily basis. Attics often have inconvenient or difficult to access hatches located in the closet or near the stairs, and without a reason to poke your head up there, it’s tricky to know what’s going on.

Pay attention to the following signs in your home. If a few of these common problems begin to appear, it might be a good time to get an attic insulation specialist to come by and assess your home.

  • You have hot or cold spots and drafts: When your home doesn’t seem to be evenly heated or cooled, that’s likely because air is moving around when it shouldn’t be. Leaky or under-insulated attics are often a primary cause of air movement throughout your home.
  • Your utility bills are high: A lack of good insulation means that your heating or cooling system needs to run a lot more frequently to keep your home warm or cold - and that is costing you money every month.
  • Your temperature is difficult to regulate: When your insulation isn’t doing what its supposed to, your home temperature will fluctuate wildly and respond more quickly to the weather. New insulation will help stop this yo-yo effect and even out your home’s temperature.

Professionally Installing Attic Insulation in Vaughan

Sometimes, it’s tempting for a homeowner to consider a DIY approach with insulation, especially when trying to save money. The truth is, nothing can compare with the workmanship of a professional insulation contractor who has the tools, equipment, experience, and expertise.

From the initial inspection to the finished installation, professionals know how to do it right the first time. At EcoComfort, our customers are assured of project completion from start to finish. We do it all – from the attic inspection to insulation removal to insulation upgrades to attic ventilation.

The Benefits of New Insulation

At EcoComfort, our experience helping clients across the GTA has shown us the many benefits of installing new insulation in your home.

  • It’s environmentally sound: Many of our customers come to us with environmental concerns or an interest in increasing their energy efficiency. New insulation has a positive effect on the environment because it helps you be more energy efficient, keeping your conditioned air inside your home and reducing the run time on your furnace or air conditioner. This lessens the load on the entire energy grid and helps reduce carbon emissions, resulting in a better environment for all.
  • It lowers your monthly costs: Heating and cooling your home can make up a huge portion of your monthly living expenses. Adding new insulation to even just the attic of your home can make a significant difference every month to that bill. New insulation will help stop air leaking from your home, which affects the run time of your furnace. Fewer hours on means more dollars in your pocket!
  • It helps prevent moisture damage: Heat rises through your home and will collect in an under-insulated attic, where it can create condensation and help encourage mold growth, rot, and insulation damage. Better insulation will help keep that heat where it belongs and create an environment unfriendly to dangerous mold growth.
  • It helps improve your indoor air quality: Damaged or old insulation can harbour dangerous substances like asbestos, or collect allergens and support mold growth.

Choosing an Eco-Friendly Attic Insulation in Toronto

Many of our customers at EcoComfort have serious (and legitimate) concerns about climate change and what they can do to help make their home easier on the world around them. While our company can’t fix the mistakes of the past, the present holds a lot of great affordable green options for your home that have a positive impact on our natural resource consumption, waterways, air quality, and garbage creation.

New attic insulation also helps reduce your carbon footprint by lessening your energy consumption. Choosing a green insulation material, like blown in cellulose insulation, can reduce and reuse materials otherwise destined for the landfill.

Trust the Professionals at EcoComfort For The Best Attic Insulation in Toronto

There’s no doubt that a well-insulated attic will dramatically improve home energy efficiency and enhance indoor home comfort. With EcoComfort, customers are assured of high-quality insulation products that are safe and chemical-free.

Before installing attic insulation, our team performs a complete attic inspection to determine if any repairs or retrofits are required. We also assess whether total insulation replacement is needed or if "topping up" will suffice.

Proper attic insulation in Toronto is proven to drastically cut heating costs throughout the winter season by keeping cold air out, and trapping warm air in. Thorough and expertly installed attic insulation will reduce energy consumption, saving money in both energy and repair bills.  Property owners should only trust professionals with extensive residential experience to complete the job.

EcoComfort is Toronto’s experienced attic insulation contractor you can trust to get the job done right the first time. Homeowners can expect 100 percent satisfaction in both the job and the price when hiring EcoComfort to insulate their attic. EcoComfort has the residential home experience and expertise to fully seal and insulate your home’s attic and upper crawlspaces. 

EcoComfort services customers throughout the Greater Toronto Area. Our work is guaranteed and will often exceed customer expectations. Importantly, we maintain our quality approach without taking shortcuts.

Find out more about EcoComfort by contacting one of our insulation professionals at 416-333-4554 or visit our company website at For a FREE estimate, use our convenient online request form.

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