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Call Today! John 204-573-1073 and Lawrence 204-234-5449

Eliminate drafty rooms, stop leaks, sound proof walls, lower your energy consumption, and add value to your home.

Are you frustrated with high energy costs? Does your home feel cold and drafty? Is your basement rec-room cold and uncomfortable or for that matter is your basement unfinished?

Most homes will have up to 50% of their heat flow to the outside when it should remain inside the home. In winter, cold air seeps in and the warm air that you paid for escapes. You can feel it happening around your doors and windows.

The following is a quick list of features:

  • Energy Efficient Structures – Provides aged R-value of 6.9 per inch
  • The installed density is 2 lb/ft3
  • Air Barrier and Vapor Retarder at 2” or more
  • Spray Foam can add significant structural strength to a wall and roof decks.
  • Idea applications of spray foam insulation include:
  • Crawlspace & Attics

  • Rim Joists, Garages & Basments

  • Prevent heat loss under concrete for in-floor heat

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Foam insulation fights heat loss and air infiltration better than any other insulation system.
Unlike traditional insulation, it will not contribute to moisture decay or mold.

Homeowners who use spray foam insulation realize between 30-50% savings on their monthly heating and cooling costs. Spray foam insulation is one of the best investments you can make to lower your heating costs and increase your home comfort.

Think Green


  • Increasing your home’s insulation can decrease this energy usage.
  • Insulation and air sealing can effectively reduce a home’s greenhouse gas emissions and thereby reduce your ecological footprint. For example, a home with natural gas heating and an average monthly gas bill of $115 could reduce green house gas emissions by as much as 4000 lbs.
  • If your home was built before 1985, upgrading your insulation can reduce your energy usage by up to 35%. Moreover, if your home was built prior to 1960, upgrading your homes insulation can decrease its energy usage by over 40%.
  • By deciding on the right insulation, the use of gases and VOCs that contribute to climate change or ozone depletion can be minimized.

Here are some photos of the work we've done over the years:

PowerSmart Eligibility:

  • you are the homeowner and the home has an active Manitoba Hydro account
  • it is detached, semi-detached, or a mobile/modular home on a permanent foundation with a permanent water supply, and intended as a residence
  • it is your principal residence or your tenant's principal residence.
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Projects that are not eligible:


Projects that are not eligible for this program:

  • homes built in 1999 or later
  • homes under construction, unoccupied homes, apartment buildings, summer homes or cottages, attached garages, outbuildings, porches, verandas, or sunrooms ;
  • projects already in progress or those that have been completed at the time Manitoba Hydro receives the project application;
  • projects to replace existing insulation.

We may visit and inspect your home at any time from the date of approval until 12 months after installation. We also reserve the right to change or terminate the Home Insulation Program at any time.


Power Smart Insulation Requirements

Insulation must be new, purchased in Canada, and must have a verifiable R-value as determined by the Canadian Construction Materials Centre (open new window).

To qualify for a Home Insulation Program rebate, insulation must meet the following Power Smart levels:

  • Attics – existing insulation must be R-30 or less
    • the final R-value for attic insulation must reach R-50;
    • the final R-value for flat and cathedral ceilings must reach R-28;
    • insulation added above total final R-value of R-50 will not be rebated for attics, flat, and cathedral ceilings;
    • a minimum of 100 sq. ft. must be insulated;
    • projects that include replacement of existing insulation are only eligible for the additional R-value added.
  • Attic kneewall (vertical wall) – existing insulation must be R-8 or less
    • the final R-value for kneewall must reach R-24;
    • a minimum of 100 sq. ft. must be insulated.
  • Foundation walls
    • natural gas, propane, fuel oil, or wood heated home foundations must be uninsulated to be eligible;
    • homes using electricity as their sole heating source must have existing insulation of R-12 or less;
    • the final R-value for foundation insulation must reach R-24;
    • insulation added above total final R-value of R-24 will not be rebated;
    • a minimum of 100 sq. ft. must be insulated.
  • Wall cavities
    • the final R-value for wall cavity must reach R-10;
    • a minimum of 100 sq. ft. must be insulated;
    • projects that include replacement of existing insulation are only eligible for the additional R-value added.
  • Exterior walls – when re-siding
    • the added R-value for exterior wall insulation must be a minimum of R-3.75;
    • maximum allowable added R-value for rebate is R-10;
    • a minimum of 100 sq. ft. must be insulated.

In studies conducted by the U.S Department of Energy, it was shown 40% of the energy in the home escapes through windows, cracks, holes, and worn molding. With over 56% of the energy in your home consisting of the heating and cooling, you can understand why spray foam insulation is becoming the popular choice of homeowners. It will completely seal all of those areas where the air escapes. This will help to reduce the need of your heating and cooling systems running all day in order to maintain a comfortable temperature. You can easily expect to recover the cost of your spray foam insulation within five years.


Comparing Materials

Unlike traditional rolled insulation that sags and sinks in your attic, the spray foam insulation actually conforms to the shape of the cavity it is sprayed into forming a tight seal. Traditional insulation will move over time, unlike spray foam that stays adhered to the surface it has been sprayed upon. That rolled insulation can never be properly wrapped around plumbing, electrical, and framing components. Those small gaps can lower the R-value of the insulation by up to 40%. The R-value of spray foam remains the same from the day it was applied.

The Benefits to the Builder

Applying spray foam in between the studs when the home is being built will meet water and air vapor permeance, and R-value requirements. The spray foam allows the builder to choose a HVAC system that does not have such high requirements because it will be running less to maintain the homes temperature. The smaller HVAC system will allow the builder to use smaller rafters and studs. The strength of the wall racking increases as a result of the spray foam in between the studs. Mold growth and moisture accumulation is unlikely with a spray foam insulation system.

The New Standard in Insulation

Homeowners today are quickly realizing all the added benefits to having a spray foam insulation system in their home. In addition to it strengthening the home and reducing the chance of dangerous mold growing in the walls, the reduction in home heating and cooling bills appeals to many who are looking for ways to be more environmentally conscious. Spray foam has become a leader in the insulation industry because savvy homeowners recognize that the results simply speak for themselves.

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