Eugene, OR Weatherproofing and Weatherization Services

Weatherization can decrease monthly energy bills dramatically, create better indoor quality, and add equity to your home.

Weatherproofing your home can be a simple way to save on heating and cooling costs throughout the year. At Elite Restoration, our expert team has more than 20 years of experience in weatherproofing installations to serve the needs of Roseburg, OR and the surrounding areas.

Why Choose Us?

Elite Restoration provides weatherproofing services to help you make an informed decision. Choosing Elite Restoration as your weatherproofing contractor will give you the confidence that a licensed and experienced team is handling your issue. We provide the following weatherproofing services:

  • Leak Detection
  • Leak Repair
  • Insulation Installation
  • Door Replacement and Installation
  • Window Replacement and Installation
  • Duct Sealing
  • Rodent Blocking
Weatherproofing Services in Roseburg, OR

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Insulation Installation in Roseburg, OR

Are you in need of insulation installation in Roseburg, OR or the surrounding areas? Our installation professionals are ready to help.

  • Professional Service
  • Unmatched Customer Satisfaction
  • Dense Packing
  • High-Quality Products and Services
  • Residential and Commercial
  • State Certified Contractor
Insulation Intallation in Roseburg, OR Home

The Elite Difference

Insulation is directly tied into weatherization and at Elite we take pride in the difference we make for our customers. Lack of insulation is one of the leading causes of high energy bills and we utilize a process called dense packing to blow in insulation. Using a high output Krendl 475 insulation blowing machine, we are able to dense pack wall cavities, attic spaces, and mobile home floors at 3.5lb per cubic foot. This allows us to offer a higher R-value and superior air barrier than other contractors.

For professional and reliable commercial and residential insulation services, contact Elite Restoration today at (541) 696-3737.

Door and Window Replacement and Installation in Roseburg, OR

Appropriate window and door installation add value to any home by improving the aesthetics of both the interior and exterior of the home as well as saving on energy costs. Good windows and doors will not only look appealing, but they will keep your home secure and insulated. Finding the right windows and doors can seem overwhelming with all the different options and considerations, but the specialists at Elite Restoration are always ready to help. We will:

  • Coordinate with you and educate you to determine what kind of windows and doors will work best for your specific needs.
  • Meticulously measure where the installation will happen to ensure a proper and secure installation.
  • Assist in choosing the best style to suit your home.
  • Handle the installation from start to finish, coordinating with you each step of the way.
  • Double-check the work to ensure you're completely satisfied with the job.

At Elite Restoration, we're confident we can give you the best service available for your door and window installation needs.

Door and Window Installation in Roseburg, OR

The Elite Difference

As with our insulation services, we pride ourselves on the superior product and services we can offer to our community. While most contractors install and replace doors and windows at a markup, at Elite Restoration we purchase our door and window products directly from the manufacturer giving us the ability to offer a wide range of high-quality products at a more affordable rate. Looking to support local businesses? We've got you covered there, too. We work directly with local, Oregon-based manufacturers to offer you the best products available.

Weatherizing your home decreases heating and cooling costs and increases value. At Elite Restoration, we can help you find the perfect combination of insulation, doors, and windows to maximize your return on investment. Call us right away for a quote!

Other Weatherization Services in Roseburg, OR

In addition to weather proofing, Elite offers several other home protection and energy saving services for Roseburg, OR to keep their homes pristine.

Duct Sealing in Roseburg, OR

Duct Sealing

Elite Restoration specializes in residential duct sealing to aid in home weatherization efforts in Roseburg, OR. Air duct sealing is the process of eliminating cracks, loose connections, and holes in the duct work of your home. Some of the benefits of duct sealing are:

  • Energy conservation
  • Lower energy bills
  • Comfort Control
  • Improved Indoor Air Quality
  • Improved HVAC Efficiency
  • Extend HVAC lifespan
Rodent Sealing in Roseburg, OR

Rodent Blocking

Rodent blocking, or gap sealing, is a technique that uses a physical barrier for ecofriendly protection to keep rodents out of your Roseburg, OR home. Rodents infestations can be very dangerous as rodents chew wires and other building materials leading to problems like fire and water damages. Elite Restoration's staff of knowledgeable technicians utilizes science-based techniques and offers comprehensive service to:

  • Inspect Entry Points
  • Create a Sealing Plan
  • Seal Holes, Cracks, and Loose Connections
  • Block Rodents from Entering the Home

Frequently Asked Questions

We utilize a state-of-the-art blower door system that depressurizes the home and helps us track down exactly where the leaks are specifically in location. They are not where you usually think they are. Many leaks are present in the crawlspace and the attic (HVAC system included). These are the main focus areas in a weatherization job.

It depends. Windows themselves have such a low R-value (resistance value), that investment to return in a weatherization aspect alone isn't great. However, going from a single-pane aluminum framed window to a newer double-pane vinyl window will have much better effects on your home's cash value. In any weatherization job, air sealing is much more effective than changing out a window. With that being said, there are specific cases where changing out windows is imperative to reducing energy costs, mostly in mobile homes.

Blown insulation offers better coverage and adapts to irregular spaces, providing superior thermal protection compared to batt insulation.

Dense packing is defined as blowing insulation into a wall cavity at 3.5lbs/ft3. This achieves not only a high R-value but also a superior air barrier. Dense packing is most commonly used when wall insulation is non-existent.

There are a few different methods of achieving this, the most common is in part with re-roofing the mobile home after blowing insulation into the attic cavity.

Closed-cell spray foam insulation is a type of insulation material commonly used in buildings to provide thermal insulation and air sealing. It is made by mixing two components, usually polyol resin and isocyanate, which react to form a foam when sprayed onto a surface.

The term "closed-cell" refers to the structure of the foam, where the tiny cells within the foam are sealed off from each other, creating a barrier that blocks the passage of air and moisture. This makes closed-cell spray foam insulation highly effective at preventing heat transfer and improving energy efficiency in buildings.

Closed-cell spray foam insulation is known for its high insulating value, ability to add structural strength to a building, and resistance to water and moisture. It is often used in areas where space is limited or where a high level of insulation is required, such as in walls, roofs, and crawl spaces

While spray foam insulation offers numerous benefits, it also has some disadvantages:

  1. Cost: Spray foam insulation can be more expensive upfront compared to other insulation materials like fiberglass or cellulose.
  2. Installation: Proper installation of spray foam insulation requires specialized equipment and training. Improper installation can lead to performance issues and potential health hazards.
  3. Health concerns: During installation, the chemicals used to create spray foam insulation can release volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other potentially harmful substances. Proper ventilation and safety precautions are necessary to minimize exposure.
  4. Environmental impact: The production process of spray foam insulation involves the use of chemicals that can have environmental impacts. Additionally, spray foam insulation is not biodegradable and can contribute to landfill waste at the end of its lifespan.
  5. Off-gassing: After installation, spray foam insulation may continue to off-gas VOCs for a period of time, which can contribute to indoor air quality concerns.
  6. Rigid application: Once spray foam insulation has been applied, it cannot be easily removed or modified without significant effort and expense.
  7. Potential for expansion: Closed-cell spray foam insulation can expand if not applied properly, potentially causing damage to walls or other structures.
  8. Fire hazard: While spray foam insulation can be fire-resistant when properly installed and treated, it can also pose a fire hazard if exposed to high temperatures or if the chemicals used are not properly controlled.

Despite these disadvantages, many homeowners and builders still choose spray foam insulation for its superior insulating properties and air-sealing capabilities. However, it's essential to weigh these factors against your specific needs and budget before deciding on insulation materials.

A professional insulation contractor will help you determine the best approach for your home. Generally, a mixture of multiple insulation types is used to utilize the advantages of the different types.

Yes, blown insulation can be installed in various attic configurations, including those with irregular shapes or obstructions.

With proper installation and maintenance, blown insulation can last for several decades, providing long-term energy savings and comfort.

While some homeowners may attempt DIY installation, professional installation ensures proper coverage and safety compliance, minimizing the risk of issues such as settling or compression.

The amount of insulation needed depends on factors such as attic size, desired R-value, and local climate conditions. An attic insulation contractor can provide an accurate assessment and recommendation based on your specific needs.

Many types of blown insulation, such as cellulose, are made from recycled materials and are considered environmentally friendly options for attic insulation.

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With our office located in Roseburg, OR, Elite Restoration serves the Greater Eugene, OR including Douglas and Josephine Counties and parts of Lane and Coos Counties.

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