INSULATION & VAPOR BARRIER
Prevention of leaks, mold growth, moisture, and effective insulation is an essential aspect of any home interior. Natural moisture is always present in the air, and a vapor barrier on a wall or ceiling is the best solution to protect against water damage.
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CERTIFIED INSULATION SERVICES
Prevention of leaks, mold growth, moisture, and effective insulation is an essential aspect of any home interior. Natural moisture is always present in the air, and a vapor barrier on a wall or ceiling is the best solution to protect against water damage. Installation of a vapor barrier in a new home provides a suitable defense against high humidity and low air quality indoors. Similarly, the insulation of walls and ceilings is also necessary to regulate indoor temperature. Drywall Worx offers certified insulation and vapor barrier services to keep your indoors, walls, ceilings, and basement safe against damage.
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INSULATION AND VAPOR BARRIER INSTALLATION
Drywall Worx offers a 100% waterproof and clean insulation and vapor barrier installation for our clients in Lethbridge. Our installation expertise gives you a quality barrier against all sorts of moisture damage or humidity conditions.
Fibreglass is the go-to batt insulation of choice for new homes today. It provides an excellent temperature barrier, is relatively easy to install and is generally considered to be a cost-effective product.
Rockwool provides added fire-resistance and also excellent soundproofing. This is generally used in ceilings between floors (ex. a suited basement) or in walls that need extra sound resistance, such as offices or music rooms.
Cellulose blow-in insulation is installed in attic spaces with a professional blow-in insulation machine by a certified installer. The material itself is made out of recycled materials and provides moisture resistance to prevent moisture leaking through drywall ceilings due to “attic sweating” and frost-melt damage.