Spray Foam Insulation
At Hopkins Energy Corporation our certified, factory-trained installers and well-equipped trucks allow us to install open and closed cell spray foam insulation to the manufacturer’s standards and specifications, ensuring the best possible service for our customers.
Made of polyurethane foam, spray-on insulation starts as a liquid that is pumped through pressurized spray nozzles, and then expands to form a continuous insulating barrier on your attic or side walls.
Many of the Cape’s older homes are under insulated, allowing heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer. This lack of insulation can cause your HVAC system to work over time and cost you money.
Insulating your home with blown cellulose or blown fiberglass insulation will consistently insulate your home, keeping you and your family comfortable while saving you money.
We install a complete line of gutter products, including LeafGuard Brand gutter systems, RainPro Design Series gutters, 5” K-Style gutters, and leaf protection systems.
Fiberglass Batt Insulation
Fiberglass batt insulation is an effective way to keep your home comfortable throughout the year and save you money. Fiberglass batt insulation is water-resistant, effective sound proofing, and is the preferred material of builders and homeowners alike as it will not lose its efficiency over time.
When Hopkin's Energy Corporation weatherizes your home we plug up and seal off any spaces or cracks in the building that would allow outside temperatures to infiltrate your home, saving you 25-40% on your energy bills.
Hopkin's Energy Corporation offers complete weatherization services, including:
- caulking cracks, spaces and window frames,
- installing foam rubber gaskets behind electrical outlets,
- replacing broken or inefficient windows,
- sealing HVAC pipes and ducts,
- weather-stripping the access door to the attic,
- and adding insulation where needed.
Hopkin's Energy Corporation can complete REScheck Energy Compliance Reports for one and two family residences, as well as commercial projects when provided with architectural drawings of the building, the manufacturer and model numbers of the windows and doors, and the efficiency information of any HVAC systems.