Do you need to insulate the walls in your home or commercial building in the Sacramento, California area? Call Gold Star Insulation! We offer wall insulation drill and fill services.
Contact us online if you’re ready to begin your insulation project, or keep reading to learn more about insulating walls!
Drill and fill refers to a method of insulating closed walls—for retrofit (re-insulation) projects, rather than new construction, where the walls are open. Small holes are drilled into the walls and the insulation is blown directly in.
Walls are significant sources of energy loss, so making sure they are properly insulated can help increase the energy efficiency of your home and save you money. In addition to this, insulating walls can help:
Gold Star Insulation can meet all your insulation needs—if you need to re-insulate the walls in your home or commercial or office building, look to our experienced team.
Being a part of the Installed Building Products family of companies and also BPI certified, Gold Star Insulation offers knowledge, experience and resources that few Sacramento insulation companies can match.
Get in touch with us to learn more about insulation in walls and our additional insulation services or if you’re ready to start your drill and fill insulation project—call us at 916-229-8445 or fill out the form on this page!
Yes, you can add insulation to existing walls without removing drywall by cutting holes in the exterior siding and filling the inside with insulation.
Blown-in insulation needs to be about 10 to 14 inches thick.
Our team can help you save money with a home energy audit and air sealing services.
Our insulation team installs batt and blown-in fiberglass insulation.
Environmentally friendly and effective, cellulose works well in homes and buildings.
Gold Star Insulation is a leading installer of spray foam insulation in the Sacramento area.
An attic radiant barrier can help keep your home cooler and more comfortable.
Gold Star Insulation provides home insulation removal services.
We are committed to saving you money by sealing your attic—which is the main source of air leaks in the home.