Looking for a home insulation company in Chicago, Illinois? ThermaSeal/Lakeside Insulation provides professional insulation installation for residential new construction projects and re-insulation (retrofit) projects.
As part of the Installed Building Products Family of Companies, we add energy efficiency, comfort and value to all types of homes.
Whether you want to re-insulate your attic or need to insulate a new home you’re building, ThermaSeal/Lakeside Insulation’s highly skilled professionals will make sure you get the insulation you need.
We’re proud to have strong partnerships with the top manufacturers in the industry, including:
To put it simply, we give you the best quality home insulation in Chicago, IL. Call us today to get started.
There are several types of insulating materials for new or existing residential insulation. Which material(s) we recommend depends on several variables.
We consider square footage, your home’s building materials and the size of your space that needs insulating. Whether you’re building a new home or retrofitting to lower energy bills, we have the insulation solution that works for you:
Your Chicago-area home HVAC accounts for as much as 42% of your monthly utility expenses. Without good insulation, you’re paying more than necessary.
Northern Illinois homeowners trust ThermaSeal/Lakeside Insulation for experienced, affordable insulation solutions.
Call 800-836-2535 or contact ThermaSeal/Lakeside to learn which insulation materials are best for your project.
Where in your home should insulation be installed? The answer is anywhere outside air infiltration can occur, which includes flooring and inside walls.
ThermaSeal/Lakeside is Chicago’s experienced, local residential insulation company for:
We can tell you where your home needs to be insulated, how much insulation it needs and which type would perform best. ThermaSeal/Lakeside pros can answer any questions you have about home insulation in Chicago!
We partner with IBP (Installed Building Products), the second-largest insulation installer in the U.S. Our company offers superior-quality, American-made supplies and materials. While other contractors are waiting on deliveries, we have what you need. Group purchasing power saves money, and we share those savings with you.
Now is not the time to compromise quality or affordability. For experienced home insulation solutions, call 800-836-2535 or contact ThermaSeal/Lakeside.
It doesn’t matter whether you need to install wall insulation, attic insulation or basement (or crawl space) insulation — you’ll see and feel the difference in no time with quality installation.
Home insulation can help:
No matter your insulation needs, our home insulation contractors in Chicago can help! Whether you’re looking for fiberglass insulation for the attic, spray foam wall insulation or anything else, you can rely on ThermaSeal/Lakeside Insulation for on-time, affordable installation.
We’re dedicated to providing homeowners and builders with the highest quality and most reliable home insulation in Chicago.
Contact us today to learn more about our services or schedule an appointment for home insulation in Chicago, IL.
Insulation works by resisting heat flow, which increases your home’s energy efficiency and helps reduce your monthly bills. How it stops heat transfer depends on the type of insulation – for instance, radiant barrier, which is installed in attics, reflects the energy from the sun, while fiberglass traps warm air.
If you’ve ever talked to an insulation contractor, you’ve undoubtedly heard the term “R-value.” Basically, the R-value of a certain type of insulation refers to how effective it is at stopping heat transfer.
The R-value depends on the material, thickness and density of the insulation, and of course, installation (improperly installed insulation is almost like having no insulation at all!).
Our team installs both batt and blown-in fiberglass insulation.
Help prevent mold and excessive moisture infiltration in homes you build with our waterproofing services.
At Thermaseal / Lakeside Insulation, we understand the role a floor plays within a building system by controlling sound and fire.