Improve Energy Efficiency with Updated Insulation

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Your insulation is a major line of defense against your home losing energy. If your home has out-dated insulation, an insulation upgrade is a very practical and cost-effective way to make your house more efficient. Not only will this improve your family’s comfort and lessen your impact on the environment, it will also result in reduced energy expenses and increased property value.

In fact, Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value report for 2017 showed that updating your attic insulation has a 107 per cent return on investment! They estimate that if you spent approximately $1300 on an attic insulation upgrade, your home’s value will increase over $1440. Combine that increased resale value with added energy savings and you’ll see the cost benefit to this smart home upgrade.

Installing New Insulation in Vancouver & Area

RLI Building Envelope Specialists Ltd. in Vancouver offers insulation products and installation for both residential and commercial projects. They can help you build up your defense against the elements by offering top-quality insulation products for all areas of your home.

RLI can remove and replace your old and inefficient insulation within flat attic spaces, cathedral ceilings, exterior wall cavities and sheathing, basement walls and crawl spaces. Their expert installers will also make sure that your attic has proper ventilation to avoid moisture build up, mold and mildew growth. Proper ventilation will ensure your insulation system is working at it’s best.

Rebates Available to BC Homeowners

Making your home energy efficient has never been easier or more affordable, thanks to the Government of Canada’s ecoENERGY Retrofit Homes Program. You can receive sizeable rebates for insulation installation if it is installed in accordance with the BC Standards of Practice Guide for Air Sealing and Insulation Retrofits. The amount of your rebate depends on where the insulation is installed, the total area in square feet of the new insulation added and how well the insulation keeps in the heat.

Typical insulation types are rolls or batts, blown-in, loose fit, ridid board and spray-foam insulation. You can visit RLI Building Envelope Specialists’ website at www.ri-bes.com for details on the rebates available and requirements for getting the rebates.

You should also note that eligibility can change at anytime, for more details restrictions and other information regarding rebates, including application forms and terms and conditions visit bchydro.com/municipaloffers or fortisbc.com/homerebates.

Installation Contractors in Vancouver

The team at RLI Building Envelope Specialists is customer service driven with a safety first attitude. Their services mechanical, wire & pipe firestop systems, polyurethane spray foam, thermal spray and thermal batt insulation, acoustic batt insulation and fireproofing spray applied systems both for commercial and residential applications.

Their crew is fully trained and accredited through Hilti, ThermaCoustic Industries and Cellufiber Industries and they enjoy the accolades from our work performed on LEED projects and Passive House Systems. It is their mandate to provide quality service and to help you plan a successful project in advance of supplying and installing these products so your project can proceed efficiently, effectively and produce cost savings for many years to come.

Contact RLI Building Envelope Specialists today!

 

 

 

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