Affordable insulation 

serving Kelowna and the Okanagan Valley since 2009

"We treat your home like it's our own. Saving you money and keeping your family warm for years to come. "

Owner Wayne Schell

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Call for special pricing and learn how spray foam can benefit your project!

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 Blown in attic insulation pictured below.

Blown in insulation attic upgrade  Kelowna

Wall using  pink Batt insulation  picture below.

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Fortis/BC Hydro Home Energy Rebate Offer

 Upgrade your attic insulation and take advantage of the Fortis/BC Hydro Home Energy Rebate Offer.  This program,  requires one application form to be filled out and returns approx 40-50% of the total cost of the attic upgrade. Also you can receive rebates to upgrade your basement or crawlspace insulation. 

Signs of Insulation problems

In Winter

  • walls cold to touch
  • cold floors
  • mold growing on walls
  • uneven heating levels within building
  • high heating costs

          Signs of Insulation problems

In Summer

  • High cooling costs
  • uncomfortable hot inside temperatures
  • mold growing in basement
  • ineffective air conditioning system

Is it Cost Effective to Insulate?

The right insulation system can save you money, reduce the amount of energy you use and make your home more comfortable. The local climate has an impact on the cost-effectiveness of any insulating project.


If your home is poorly insulated, it usually pays to upgrade the insulation. If you are building a new home, it makes sense to insulate well now, so you don't need to retrofit later.

          Always consult a professional

 With energy costs skyrocketing, it just makes sense to improve the energy efficiency of your home or commercial building. 

You’ll save money on your heating and cooling costs.

Remember, the greater the R-Value, the greater the insulating power. This will not only save money, but you will help reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of your home