Comfort and savings

Insulation & Energy Efficiency

Insulation and Airsealing

Are parts of your home red-hot in the summer or freezing in the winter? Now you can boost your comfort level, improve indoor air quality and save money every month.

Increase comfort and efficiency

Insulation and airsealing may be part of what is needed after you do one of our energy audits. We can help make those hot and cold rooms much more comfortable and less drafty while using less energy. Let us know of any comfort issues you have, even if that newer furnace or cooling system didn’t help much in the past. We take an advanced approach to solving your comfort issues that looks at other underlying problems and possible solutions.

Energy Audits

Our advance energy audit starts with listening to your comfort concerns. We listen to you needs first, and then use our blower door and thermal camera to scan your home from top to bottom. Then we know where the leaks are, and where the insulation is either thick or thin, and have the “X-Ray” pictures to show you. We can then put together a road map to increase the comfort and efficiency of your home based on your personal goals. Let us show you how we did this for one of your neighbors in Boulder.

Boulder resident Ryan Van Duzer’s home in Boulder, Colorado was CHILLY! Eco Handyman determined that is was missing insulation in the floor, and re-insulated the floor with cellulose insulation. We can also do this for you if you live in Boulder, Louisville, Longmont, Lafayette or Superior Colorado. We cover Denver metro through referral only. Let us warm up your home with insulation and airsealing!

Attic Insulation

Staying comfortable in both the winter and summer requires a well-insulated attic. We start by airsealing and adding cellulose or fiberglass insulation to your attic. Small attic “knee-walls” and other poorly insulated areas are also addressed to keep warmth in your home on cold winter nights—and heat out on hot summer afternoons in Boulder, Louisville, Superior, Lafayette and Longmont.

Wall Insulation

If your home was built in 1970s or before, your walls may be hollow or have minimal insulation. We specialize in re-insulating homes, including drilling small holes under your siding from the outside—or through the drywall from the inside—and “dense-packing” walls with cellulose or formaldehyde free fiberglass insulation. Overhangs or cantilevers can also be drastically improved with a similar process. What’s more, we can help you get huge rebates from Xcel Energy for wall insulation—we do most of the paperwork. Our carpenters and painters can also make it look like it never happened!