I immediately called Warm Cozy Cozy, after my brand new Murphy Bed pulled out of my wall and smashed onto the floor. The people at Warm Cozy Cozy were able to fix the Murphy Bed, repair and rebuild the wall it ripped out of, and clean giant mess in the all the ducts! I couldn't be any happier, from their quick, convenient and Covid respectable service which was very important to us.
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Very Punctual, Clean, Respectful and an absolute delight to work with. would recommend to family and friends.
Thanks a lot. It was a pleasure to us as well. Let us know if you have anything else. We do renovation, kitchen and bathroom, basement and waterproofing through our RenoSURE division.
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Did an amazing job with attic insulation getting blown in. These guys are very quick and responsive with all my questions. I had a peek at the work they did and it looks amazing. Very happy with their service level and the installation. I will 100% use this company again as well as recommend to others.
You made it a delight for us to work on your attic. If you need anything else you count on us. Thanks again
Timely and friendly service. Called to get a quote and within 2 weeks, they came and got it done in half a day. They were quick and neat. I'm happy with the end result and would recommend!
Thanks Darren. Our crew had some fun servicing your home. This new insulation will keep you comfy all year round.
The team was really cool, they got the job done well within estimated time horizon. Cost was competitive but far from being a “discount” service.
Most importantly Cozy Cozy Warm respected my home and treated it as such and not just a “job site”, keeping it clean and their workspace tidy.
You have been wonderful. I'm glad we could helped you. We always try our best to stay as close as possible to our estimated quote and respect/keep your home as clean as possible. Just like we were never there.
Warm Cozy Cozy was very professional and the team arrived on time and kept my place tidy. They also completed the job in a timely manner. I believe their services offered me great value. After the attic insulation was added I noticed a big difference in place and it's very warm and cozy. No more high utility bills!!! This is the best decision I've made for my home.
Cozy Cozy Warm was great to work with. They were on time, fast, clean, and reliable. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for insulation installation.
It was a pleasure to work with you. This insulation will keep you warm during the winter and cool during the summer. It will also, in the long run, save you thousands of dollars on the furnace/AC fees and utility bills.
Attic Insulation Supplies
One of the crucial things you need to do as a homeowner is to ensure that your property is well insulated. Proper attic insulation helps you keep your home at a desirable temperature throughout the year. Attic insulation will also save you money on heating and cooling. At WARM COZY COZY , we install the best attic insulation available in Toronto.
What is Attic Insulation?
Attic insulation entails placing a barrier that prevents energy flow from a structure’s interior to the exterior. Proper attic insulation will keep your home warm when it’s chilly outside and cool when it’s hot outside. Properly insulating your attic is more than installing the appropriate installation. It’s about preventing unnecessary air leakage, making your home more energy-efficient, and preventing moisture build-up that could cause damage. The symptoms are noticeable from season to season when the attic is not well insulated.
With our attic insulation supplies, you can achieve a truly insulated building envelope. The heat and cool are well managed throughout your home, and the overall indoor home environment is enhanced.
Types Of Attic Insulation
While considering different attic insulation supplies, your focus should be on the thermal resistance or the product’s R-value. The right insulation should reach the thermal resistance level that keeps warm air out during summer and winter. Therefore, the R-value plays a vital role while determining the efficiency of a home insulation product.
Each type of attic insulation has its advantages and disadvantages.
There are different insulation products that can be used on your attic. Fiberglass insulation is often recommended because, unlike cellulose, it doesn’t hold moisture on the drywall or lose its insulating power overtime. Cellulose is also likely to decay and contribute to growth of microbes in your attic because it acts as a source of food. Fiberglass can be installed quickly and cover the hard to reach areas in your attic. You don’t have to worry about areas such as the corners and framing in your attic not being adequately insulated when using fiberglass.
When fiberglass is properly installed, you’ll enjoy a comfortable, energy efficient home with minimal heat loss. Fiberglass is made using recycled glass and you can find different types in the market that don’t contain any chemicals. Fiberglass doesn’t settle so it will always remain effective in your home. Some types of fiberglass insulation must be installed using large tracks mounted with blowing wool machines. Remember that proper installation is key to ensure the fiberglass works effectively in your home.
Fiberglass bats are easy handle and install, you can apply them in any area of your home. They are popular due to their ease of installation and cost-effectiveness. Proper installation of fiberglass batts is essential to avoid gaps and increase efficiency.
When To Use Cellulose
If you have cellulose insulation in your attic and only a small section needs to be removed or replaced due to water damage, then you don’t have to install fiberglass. It’s always good to consult one of our qualified insulation expert who will help you make a choice on what product to use based on what’s ideal for your situation. Ideally, any insulation, whether fiberglass, cellulose or spray foam, will work well so long as it is installed the right way by someone who has skill and experience.
Fiberglass is often recommended for attic insulation Toronto because it works for our climate. Cellulose will retain moisture but fiberglass has better moisture resistant properties and can dry out if it is only exposed to small levels of moisture.
How Much Will You Spend On Attic Insulation?
The cost of upgrading your attic insulation will depend on several factors including:
The size of the attic (usually calculated in sq. ft.)
The type of insulation material in the attic
The treatments required prior to installing the insulation product
Depth of the existing insulation
Scope of the project
How The Attic Insulation Process Works
When you will hire us as a contractor to upgrade your attic’s insulation, the first thing we’ll do is to lay down protective cloths in strategic areas in order to prevent damage when we walk in and out of your home. The technicians will then mark the area that requires new installation so that they can go ahead and get just the right amount of product. If your home was built before 1980, insulation stops will be used during installation.
A hose is used to blow in the new insulation into the attic. The technicians will come with a truck which has a blowing machine where the insulation product is loaded. Insulation and weather-stripping will be done in the necessary areas. Before the hatch is closed, you should be able to see the work done after installation is completed. Insulation must be properly installed in order to be effective and maintain its lifespan.
Attic ventilation is one of the most important, yet often overlooked, parts of a roofing system. A well-ventilated attic helps make sure air is properly circulated around your home. This reduces moisture and keeps indoor air fresh. Poor attic ventilation has previously been linked to health issues and home damage. Unfortunately, not many homeowners understand how attic ventilation works, so we are debunking some common myths below!
MYTH 1: ROOF VENTS OFFER ENOUGH VENTILATION
Not all roof vents are ideal for all homes. For example, ridge vents may be the most cost-effective type available. Still, without baffles that keep air out, they'll provide little to no ventilation. Gable vents circulate air effectively, but only in their immediate area. Static, roof-line vents are adequate in terms of ventilation, but generally have issues with leaks. Lastly, soffit vents may leave air trapped at the top of your attic. This might all sound very technical, but bottom line…
There are various kinds of vents that work differently from one another.
Installation can also affect the amount of air circulation.
Roof vents' efficiency varies in different roofs.
Effective ventilation systems make use of a "ride-and-soffit" continuous system. This design varies from roof to roof, so to get the best ventilation system for your home. We can inspect your current system and any inherent weaknesses that may be at work.
MYTH 2: VENTS ARE ONLY NEEDED IN HOT CLIMATES
Vents are needed in all climates for proper attic ventilation, energy efficiency, and preventing the build-up of moisture and condensation in the attic. While homes in hot climates, like Florida, see substantial benefits from properly ventilated attics, homes in all climates benefit from attic vents.
The truth: in colder seasons, homes need an unvented roofing system and insulation. These will prevent condensation and the moisture damage that follows. Proper ventilation is critical in the winter, especially with too much heat in the attic and cold snow on the roof. Preventing moisture damage is a much more significant benefit from attic ventilation.
MYTH 3: THE MORE VENTILATION YOU HAVE, THE BETTER
While insufficient attic ventilation can lead to moisture problems and decreased energy efficiency, too much ventilation can be just as bad. Attic vents add roof penetrations - essentially more places where leaks can occur. Needlessly increasing the number of these penetrations will increase your risk of leaks and potentially cause blowouts during a hurricane.
Ideally, your attic ventilation balance would equal the size of your home. Meaning your attic insulation has just the right amount of exhaust space to match the air intake. This will depend on the size and slope of your attic. Our roofing experts can help you determine the perfect amount of ventilation that your home system demands.
MYTH 4: ATTIC VENTS REMOVE WARM AIR DURING THE WINTER
Common misconception! Heat does, in fact, rise into your attic then escapes through the vents. However, this happens when a roofing system has insufficient or degraded insulation that allows warm, moist air from your home to creep into your attic. This isn't because the vents are removing the warm air; it's because the insulation isn't doing its job. At the end of the day, attic vents will not create a drag on your heating system, but you should make sure your attic insulation is doing its job!
Myth 5: YOU CAN RELY ON RESEARCH
Countless studies confirm the effectiveness of an optimized roof ventilation system. However, no lab setting can replicate real-world wind and weather behaviors. Regional differences only widen the gap—conditions in Vancouver can vary significantly from conditions here i Toronto
Finding a trusted and experienced contractor who has experience in your region is a better decision for your home and roof than any research study or online "expert."