At Advantage Insulation Ltd., we offer a truly comprehensive range of insulation services to residential, commercial, and industrial clients. We are proud to be one of the leaders in spray foam insulation and offer several other insulation services such as blown-in insulation for Kelowna and the surrounding area. When you are building or renovating a home or business, it’s important to get the insulation right. Whether it’s a house, an apartment, school, commercial storefront, hotel, or industrial warehouse, our team at Advantage Insulation Ltd. promises to meet your needs. Give us a call today for the best quality blown-in insulation in Kelowna.
Batt and vapour barrier
Attic extraction and removal
Blown-in fibreglass attic insulation
Parkade spray ThermaCoustic
2lb. urethane spray foam
½ lb. urethane spray foam
Rod and caulk to windows and doors
Providing for BC Hydro & Fortis Energy rebate
Fibreglass batt Owens Corning, CertainTeed, Johns Manville and Knauf
Mineral wool Rockwool and Owens Corning Thermafiber
Spray foam SES Nexseal 2.0 and SES Sucraseal 2.5
Thermal ignition barrier paint DC 315 thermal barrier
Blowing wool Pro Pink Climate Pro and Jet Stream
Parkade spray ThermaCoustic TC417
The right kind of insulation and professional installation is essential for a warm and cosy home. Even the slightest of mistakes in insulating your home could lead to extreme cold or hot in your home - and that is not a situation you want to be in. We have been insulating homes and businesses for over 25 years, and became experts in providing the best services in this field. That is why we are trusted for spray foam, batt & blown-in insulation in Kelowna and the BC interior. If you are looking for blown-in insulation in Kelowna, Advantage Insulation Ltd. is here for you.
Just getting insulation installed correctly is not enough. For the best results, you need to make sure that you also install the right kind of insulation suited for your home and your climate. As a simple rule of thumb, you need to look at the R-Value of your insulation material. To keep things simple, the higher the R-Value, the greater the resistance to heat flow in your insulation. This means that during summer, the heat stays out longer while in winter, the heat from inside escapes much slower. The result is a comfortable and consistent temperature year round and energy cost savings.
Now that we have understood the concept of an R-Value, let us look at the three types of insulations:
Foam insulation can be a more effective barrier to moisture and heat transfer but is more expensive than other types on insulation.
Fibreglass is the most common form of insulation and is generally more economical than foam.
Blown-in insulation is applied to attics and other spaces and is effective in reducing heat loss which saves you money.
Contact us today to discuss your insulation needs. We provide free consultations and quotes. Applications for energy efficiency rebates from Fortis and BC Gas are available on-line.
We offer a wide range of insulation services for residential, commercial, and industrial clients.