- Home Performance Audit
- Insulation For Existing Homes
- Indoor Air Quality
- Air Sealing
- New Construction & Remodeling
Is there such a thing as the best season in Brookfield, WI? Throughout the year, there’s something for everyone to do, from watching the otters enjoy the first snowfall of the year at the Milwaukee County Zoo to finding some new furniture and pieces of artwork for your home during the annual Rummage & Craft Daze event in Wirth Park in the summer.
Homeowners in Waukesha County know the best things are local. That includes home performance contractors. At Wisconsin Home Improvement, we have the insulation and weatherization services that you need to stay comfortable in your house all year long.
Insulation ages over time, and what might have been adequate protection for your home decades ago could no longer be. Insulation provides a number of benefits for homeowners that they might not even be aware of, including:
Wisconsin Home Improvements offers a variety of insulation types, including spray foam insulation, cellulose, fiberglass, and rigid foam board, which gives us the greatest flexibility to find solutions for your home.
Attic insulation and air sealing can help you avoid the “my second floor is way too hot in the summer” syndrome, and can help with ice dam prevention in the winter, while basement rim joist and floor insulation can get rid of those cold floors in the morning that have you tiptoeing for your slippers. From insulation removal and replacement to installing insulation in a new home, our team of experts will get you on the right track quickly.
Think your Brookfield home may be underinsulated but not sure when, and what kind of insulation you might need? Schedule a home performance audit—also called a home energy audit—with Wisconsin Home Improvement today.
An audit involves a detailed analysis of your home energy loss and air movement levels. We’ll use advanced technology like infrared camera imaging and blower door test equipment to pinpoint exactly where your insulation and air sealing is weakest, and recommend the work you’ll need to address the problem.