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Over 40% of Heat Loss is Through Your Attic

And we know how to keep the heat

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Attic Insulation Saskatoon

I’m Ryan and with my son, we run a professional insulation company that services Saskatoon and the areas of Rosetown and Warman, SK. As a family owned and operated business we know how important your home is to your family and livelihood.

We’ve been in the construction business for over 20 years and have completed projects in the residential and commercial market. And with those years we have seen that having a properly insulated attic can significantly impact the energy costs of your home - for the good or the bad.

That’s why we believe in delivering quality insulation products and top-in-class trade installation for your home or business.

We provide 3 types of attic insulation solutions:

Depending on your needs and budget, our access to premium products will have your home cozy in the winter and cool in the summer – and at an affordable price.

Foam Tech has the tools and expertise to complete your next attic insulation project, on time and on budget. Contact us today for an estimate and we’ll give you the best solution for your attic.

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Attic Insulation Installer in Saskatoon

There are many companies in Saskatoon and Martensvile, SK providing insulation. That’s why it’s more important than ever to pick the right insulation company. There are many building code requirements to meet when using different products, and these can change depending if the project is in the public or private sector.

When you choose Foam Tech, you’re choosing quality, reliability, and transparency. We strive for 100% customer satisfaction on every attic insulation project, because we know your home is important and the best investment.

Our Attic Insulation Services

Spray Foam Attic Insulation


Best ROI over time

Durable and Longlasting

Air and water-tight seal

Mold and mildew resistant

Highest r-value to inch ratio

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Fiberglass Blow-in Insulation

Easy to handle

Mold and mildew resistant

Durable and Longlasting

Fast Install

Does not settle over time

Gets into small corners and spaces

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Spray Foam Insulation

Attic Insulation

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Benefits of Spray Insulation

Polyurathane spray insulation offers superior protection to thermal performance over time and is your best ROI on the longterm. It offers the best r-value to inch cost, and significantly reduces heating and cooling costs.

Spray foam is seamless and can seal around holes, penetrations, cracks, and even around ventilation or pipes; unlike poly-wrap air/vapour barrier. If we recommended any product for your attic, spray foam insulation it is.

Benefits of Loose Insulation

Loose insualtion encompasses fiberglass insualtion that has been chopped and blown in by a hopper and hose from the ground, and the same is said for cellulose insulation.

Quick Installation

Fills Difficult Spaces

Will Not Settle

Loose Fibreglass Insulation

Chopped fiberglass insulation is the superior choice over cellulose insulation. It will not settle over time and it will not form a crust like its counterpart. It provides all the benefits of cellulose such as being able to reach small spaces and corners, and being installed with relative ease.

Again, as with the fibreglass batts, the loose fiberglass is only as good as the vapour and water barrier that is installed. If seams were not taped, or fixed from being accidentally cut or stepped on, there is a much greater chance of thermal loss.

Loose Cellulose Insulation

Cellulose does not perform well overtime, it may reach all the hard to reach places but eventually it will settle, lose its fluffiness, and thus decrease its ability to resist thermal transfer. Cellulose insulation also can form a crust overtop in time, and further contribute to poor performance.

Insulation Customer Journey

Quality of workmanship is central to insulation performance. The r-value of insulation is a fixed thermal performance, whereas how you install insulation can vary greatly depending on the skill of the tradesperson.

When you choose Foam Tech you can be assured that our certified installers and trade professionals will use industry best practices and seasoned techniques to get the job done.

Our Process

Our customer process involves meeting with you and inspect the location needing insulation. We’ll then have our estimators review the project and provide you with a quote. After moving forward with your insulation project, we’ll come to your location and perform the work.

After insulating your attic, if your happy with the work completed we would greatly appreciate a Google review to help spread the word of your satisfaction!

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Residential Attic Insulation Installer

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Commercial Attic Insulation Installer

Attic Insulation FAQs

What is the difference between Cellulose and Fiberglass Insualation?

Cellulose insulation has a grey look and is made up of recycled materials, primarily news papers and fabric fibers and provides a fair r-value per inch around R3.6 where fiberglass is pink or white and around R2.4. However, fibreglass can be upwards to 15% cheaper than cellulose and is fire resistant.

Condensation in your attic occurs when either there is either not enough ventilation or enough insulation in your attic. You’ll get condensation if too much heat is being transferred from the ceiling to the attic space without enough ventilation to allow the excess heat to escape.

The amount of insulation required in your attic depends on local building regulations but for colder climates, upwards to R40 or R50 is required to avoid excessive heat loss.

The best insulation for a vaulted ceiling is spray foam as long as drywall has not been installed yet. If the cavity is not accessible, loose or chopped fiberglass insulation is the next best option because it can be filled using a hose and is more resistant to compression than cellulose insulation.

Your Top Attic Insulation Company in Saskatoon

Foam Tech Industries is your best choice for insulation installation in Saskatoon. Our many years of trade experience and technical knowledge allows us to take on even the most difficult projects.

Our services are competitively priced, on time, and conducted with professionalism.