Combat Attic Condensation with Attic Insulation in Winnipeg

Serving Winnipeg & Surrounding Areas

The sad truth is that most homes are under-insulated. While you may think your home has sufficient insulation, most homes, especially old homes, do not. To decrease energy bills, increase your comfort inside and reduce your environmental impact, there are 3 main applications to think of when considering insulating your house:

  • Attic 
  • Walls 
  • Basement


If you take the time to ensure these areas are properly insulated, your home will become the haven of warmth you’ve always wanted. Warm Home Insulation offers wall, basement and attic insulation in Winnipeg to help reduce the risks of condensation, mould growth and attic condensation. Call us in Winnipeg for a free estimate on our insulation services today.

Attic insulation

Attic Insulation in Winnipeg

Attics are generally a good place to start when re-insulating your home. People often assume that we recommend insulating attics first because "heat rises." The real reason is much less glamorous: the attic is simply the easiest and cheapest way to insulate to make your home comfortable and reduce energy bills, especially if you have attic condensation in Winnipeg. Insulation is vapour resistant. This is very helpful in moist climates and seasons because water vapour and condensation can slowly seep into the structure of your home, eroding wood, cement and other materials used to build your home. Adding insulation to your attic can help keep that moisture out of the delicate areas of your home to preserve your investment.


Prevent Ice Damming & Attic Condensation in Winnipeg

When addressing attic insulation in Winnipeg, you should consider air sealing and ventilation. Proper air sealing is a good way to prevent warm, humid air from escaping into the attic space. Escaping humid air can cause ice damming and condensation on the underside of the roof deck, which can then freeze in the winter months. When it thaws in the spring, water damage is eminent. Ventilation is key when warm air does escape; it vents out of the attic before it becomes a serious problem. Prevent unnecessary damage due to ice damming and attic condensation in Winnipeg by consulting with our professionals.


Warm Home Insulation offers various attic systems to work within the parameters of your needs and budget.


In Manitoba, you may qualify for a Manitoba Hydro rebate for up to 100% of the cost of the material for attic insulation in Winnipeg.

Exterior wall

Upgrade the Insulation in Your Walls

To keep your home comfortable in all seasons, or if you plan on remodelling certain rooms of your home, you will benefit from adding more insulation. You can upgrade the insulation value in your walls by either replacement or injection methods. If you are looking to upgrade the insulation value in your walls by either replacement or injection, you will benefit from adding more insulation. Conductive heat loss through uninsulated walls represents a significant heating and cooling load, and it's usually cost effective to add insulation. The Weathershield™ wall injection system is what Warm Home utilizes to fill wall cavities. Open walls are generally sprayed with polyurethane insulation to maximize R-values.


Warm Home Insulation offers various wall systems to work within the parameters of your needs and budget.


In Manitoba, you may qualify for a Manitoba Hydro rebate for up to 100% of the cost of the material.

Unfinished basement

Basement Insulation Can Preserve Your Health

Your basement and crawlspace are very important areas to seal and insulate for several reasons. Besides the obvious—keeping warm and using less energy—the basement has the potential to be harmful to your health. Like the top part of your home, the bottom typically has the largest air pressure pushing in and out of the house, so sealing and insulating those leaks results in bigger energy savings. Though often smaller than attic leaks, basement and crawlspace leaks tend to be much larger than those in exterior walls.


Your basement can affect your health because air leaks in from the bottom of the house much of the year, especially in cool or cold weather. This leaking air can carry radon gas, mould spores and gases from pesticide treatments and water vapours that may become airborne. Sealing and insulating leaks at the lowest level of your home will help prevent any of these undesirable elements from entering your home. Additionally, most pipe freezing occurs from cold air leaking in around sill plates, where pipes are often located.


Warm Home insulation offers various basement systems to work within the parameters of your needs and budget.


In Manitoba, you may qualify for a Manitoba Hydro rebate for up to 100% of the cost of the material.

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