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Insulation & Weatherization

In Depth strives to provide excellent customer service, use high-quality products, and make sure our customers are happy and comfortable in their homes.

Insulation and air sealing together will help the efficiency and air quality of your home. We are happy to provide you with a free analysis of your home and point out areas that can be improved, as well as a free estimate on fixing the issues that are found.

There are rebates to help offset the cost of insulation projects, and we can help with those as well.

Services We Provide

Retrofit and custom projects in residential and commercial, including:

  • Air sealing
  • Duct sealing
  • Radiant barrier
  • Weatherization
  • Custom Low-E Storm Windows
  • Custom Low-E Windows
  • Blown-in fiberglass and cellulose insulation
  • Batt insulation
  • Board insulation
  • Insulation removal
  • Soundproofing
Insulation & Weatherization

Check out what our satisfied customers have to say!

"Absolutely could not be happier! This team kept in contact, set & kept appt, explained the process & what to expect, and followed up on the results. This is the first summer our home has been cold since installing a new ac system. They were able to find the problem areas and get our home so much more efficient."

Heather Brehm

"I'm so happy with our decision to choose to work with In Depth! Steve and Jobi were friendly, personable, and professional. They were quick to get us scheduled in and when it was time to work, they were right on time as scheduled and ready to work. Steve helped us choose the best solution for insulating or building, backing up his recommendation with facts. I cannot believe the difference in internal temperatures! It's so much cooler! If you're looking for professionalism and the best prices, you've come to the right place. Don't hesitate to give them a call. You won't find anyone better!"

Sarah Smith

"I had five estimates, three of which simply blew insulation into attic. The other 2 were more thorough of and had experience w/ energy assessment companies in the past. Of those 2, Steve's In depth Insulation was by far, less expensive than the other. He really went the extra mile to ensure insulation around bathroom venting and ducts lighting as well as all the lighting was insulated well. Very profession and excellent at explaining the process and the value. If you use In depth Insulation, you won't be disappointed!"

Kelley Hall

"Steve did a great job and was very thorough. In-Depth cares about their work product. Great attention to detail and very thorough. I would not hesitate to use In Depth again."

Kyle Swisher

"If you are looking for a company that will do exactly what they say give Steve a call. Excellent service and work. I highly recommend these folks!"

Larry Wells

Comparing Insulation Types

When choosing an insulation product, it’s important to understand that there’s no such thing as a “superior insulator.”

According to the Building Sciences Corporation, all types of insulation perform equally well when properly installed and air sealed.1 Still, there are several factors to consider when comparing insulation types.


Thermal Performance

  • Maximize your R-value per dollar. Given the fact that all insulators are equal when properly installed and air sealed, the goal is to maximize the R-value you achieve for the dollar you spend. You may see a product that claims to be a “superior insulator” because it achieves a higher R-value per inch of insulation, but all products with the same R-value can insulate equally well. So aim to get the most R-value for your budget in your chosen insulation material.
  • Aim for minimal air filtration. According to the NAHB (National Association of Home Builders) Research Center and several other independent tests, when fiberglass insulation and mineral wool insulation are paired with standard air sealing practices (including taped house wrap or caulk), air infiltration is effectively reduced to near zero.
  • Consider product settling. Fiberglass and mineral wool batts do not settle—and loose-fill fiberglass and mineral wool only settle a negligible amount—so their thermal performance is maintained for the life of the building.
  • Research UV stability. Fiberglass insulation and mineral wool insulation are UV stable, meaning they do not experience shrinkage or thermal performance loss with exposure to ultraviolet rays. Spray foam is susceptible to UV exposure, which may compromise its performance.

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