Home Energy Evaluation Service in Greater Lexington & Georgetown Areas

Insulation and Home Energy Upgrades in Lexington, KY

At Weatherization Plus, we understand just how important home energy efficiency really is, and we will do whatever it takes to give you a more comfortable and affordable home with home energy upgrades. If you're not sure where to start, we can offer a home energy evaluation to help determine the services that will make the biggest impact on your home.

Don't let your uncomfortable home environment control the cost of your utility bills. Just contact Weatherization Plus for insulation and home energy upgrades that will keep your home comfortable and your utility bills low.

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We offer various services to help make your home more comfortable while increasing your savings. Some of these services include:

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Home energy upgrades can help keep your home comfortable without making you overspend on utility bills. With a home energy evaluation from Weatherization Plus, you can find out where your home has air leaks and other inefficient areas so you can prioritize which upgrades should be done first to make the biggest impact on your home.

When you want to increase your home efficiency, as well as your savings, contact Weatherization Plus at 859-203-0706 to learn more. We serve Greater Lexington, KY and surrounding areas.

Customer Reviews from Lexington
Steve A from Lexington, KY
5 Stars
Reviewed on Home Advisor
Dec 4th, 2017
Billy was a very knowledgeable salesman and Rick and Zach were great installers.
Ursula M from Lexington, KY
5 Stars
Reviewed on Home Advisor
Feb 10th, 2017
It was so nice working with this company! Each member of the crew from start to finish knew their stuff! I was able to ask questions and get instant, understandable answers. I can not believe how much more efficient my home is already. My power bill was $60 less this month than last. THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Greg W from Lexington, KY
5 Stars
Reviewed on Home Advisor
Jan 31st, 2017
Excellent work.
John F from Lexington , KY
5 Stars
Reviewed on Home Advisor
Jan 15th, 2017
Excellent job!
Larry S from Lexington, KY
4 Stars
Reviewed on Home Advisor
Nov 25th, 2016
Very professional.
Before and After Job Photos from Lexington

Clean Space and Everlast Crawlspace Door in Lexington

OK, OK....I know, this isn't exactly a Before & After. It's more of an Outside & Inside! This wonderful customer in Lexington wanted his crawl space encapsulated before winter weather hits. Smart man! The "Before" photo shows our exclusive Everlast Crawlspace door which won't rot or decay over time. The "After" photo shows the CleanSpace Crawlspace encapsulation. Encapsulating the crawlspace is a great way to prepare your home for the cold winter temperatures.
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Spray Foam Coated in Fire-Rated Paint in Lexington

Local building codes require spray foam insulation to be covered with specialty fire-rated paint in commercial and industrial situations. After installing the spray foam to the structural steel, our crew then coated the new spray foam insulation with fire rated paint. The first photo shows the spray foam before it was coated. The second photos shows the spray foam insulation after the fire-rated paint was applied. Notice the spray foam is now grey.
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Spray Foam Insulation in Lexington, KY

Our crew did an excellent job installing spray foam insulation in a yoga studio in Lexington, KY. We provide light commercial insulation and air sealing services to all of Central Kentucky! AND, since some counties require the spray foam to be painted with fire-rated paint, we can comply. The first photo shows both before spray foam and after. The grey is the exposed structural steel. The white is the structural steel after having the spray foam coating. The second photo shows the finished job.
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Old Insulation Extraction

This Lexington customer called wanting a full evaluation of her home because she was experiencing temperature differences between rooms. The insulation in the home had settled quite a bit over the years and air was moving back and forth along the floor joists located in the attic. This customer had old, dirty insulation that needed to be extracted so air sealing could be completed and fresh, new, clean insulation could be installed according to local climate and building code requirements. These photos show her original insulation and then a clean attic ready for sweeping and air sealing.
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Air Sealing Mechanical Penetrations in Lexington Attic

Attics are full of gaps created when electrical, HVAC and plumbing components are installed. If these gaps aren't sealed in, air will be allowed to move up and down from the conditioned space (living areas) to the unconditioned space (the attic). This is not good as it will cause temperature differences between rooms in the home and also drafts. These will cause the occupants to be uncomfortable in the home. We don't want that! Air sealing should always be done before insulation is installed to prevent these things from happening. These photos show a mechanical penetration before we sealed it (you can see the gap around it) and then after we sealed it with fire-rated foam.
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Photo Galleries from Lexington

In many older homes, the kneewalls aren't readily accessible. In those cases, we have no real idea what kind of insulation we're going to find when we create an access hatch. Normally, batt insulation has been installed against the kneewall, so it comes as no surprise when we cut through the drywall to create the access and find batts. What's on the floor of the kneewall attic, on the other hand, can sometimes come as a surprise. In this particular home in Lexington, we found packing peanuts (as indicated by the red arrow) blown over top of fiberglass batts (as indicated by the blue arrow) that had largely disintegrated over the years. We also found batt insulation (as indicated by the yellow arrow), some of which had been installed improperly by placing them across the joists instead of between the joists (as indicated by the purple arrow). This, however, is a great example of some of the different types of insulation that can be used, or had been used in the past, for insulating homes.

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Brick homes built before 1980 more than likely don't have wall insulation as was the case with this customer's home. And, like many homeowners, the idea of drilling multiple 2-inch round holes every 12-16 inches in the drywall was not an exciting idea as a method for making the home more comfortable and more energy efficient. We have the ability to install cellulose insulation by drilling through brick mortar joints and blowing the insulation into the wall cavities from the outside. We use a drill with a masonry bit to drill through the mortar joint which gives us access to the wall cavity. We then use a brick nozzle attachment with our incredible insulation blowing machine to install the insulation inside the wall cavity. This method may take some time, but our professional installers really love their jobs!

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This photo album shows a typical attic AFTER the old, compromised insulation was extracted by our awesome team! It is important to remove old, dirty, compromised insulation before fresh, clean insulation is installed. Why? For one, compromised insulation can contain allergens that can irritate people living in the home when they are transported through the house by way of gaps and cracks and leaky ducts. Second, because mice and other pests may have damaged the insulation by depositing waste materials onto it. This can create a health hazard. Finally, air sealing can only be completed in the absence of insulation. Extraction allows us to see all of the gaps and cracks in the attic so we can seal them, which prevents air from leaking into living spaces from the attic. We use different materials, like caulk and spray foam, to seal the gaps and cracks we find around lighting, electrical penetrations, plumbing, and HVAC penetrations. We also find unsealed top plates and attic accesses.

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Local codes call for spray foam insulation to be coated with fire rated paint when applied in a commercial/industrial environment. The owner of an upcoming Hot Yoga studio hired us to spray foam the structural steel in his studio which is in the construction phase at this time. Our incredible crew did a beautiful job spraying th foam and then went back to apply the fire rated paint. The first photos show the spray foam installation while the other photos show what the spray fom=am looked like after the specialty paint was applied.

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An upcoming Hot Yoga Studio owner needed insulation added to a commercial location where he was creating a Hot Yoga Studio. The best insulation for this job was spray foam. Since there was no dropped ceiling yet, our experienced crew was able to easily install the spray foam to the structural steel. This insulation will provide insulation AND air sealing for the studio.

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