Find top-rated Service Providers

Find Top-Rated Lebanon Insulation Contractors

There are 44 top-rated insulation contractors in your area.

Zip Code
Join Angie's List Now To see all 44 highly rated companies in Lebanon

Explore Our Solution Center for Helpful Insulation Contractor Articles

Go to the article: 

4 Common Types of Home Insulation

.
fiberglass insulation with dust masks
Go to the article: 

When Should I Replace My Insulation?

.
Pile of insulation
Go to the article: 

How Energy-Efficient Insulation in the Attic Cuts Heating, Cooling Costs

.
white, fluffy cellulose insulation in attic

Insulation reviews in Lebanon

  • A
    Superior Insulation
    Contacted them for an estimate and had a return call and date scheduled the same date.  Very accommodating for appointment times. Met with Rick, very polite and professional, looked at the site and estimate was quick and much less expensive than I was expecting.  He was able to schedule the installation the next week. They showed up on time, completed the job quickly.  They cleaned everything up and had me inspect prior to leaving the site to ensure I was happy with the work.  They did an amazing job, my house is well over a hundred years old and nothing is square or standard measure.  They made it look easy and cared about doing a good job.  I would definately use them again and would recommend them to anyone.
    - jennifer p.
  • A
    Bell Valley Contractors
    They did wonderful jobs on all of it, and they were very FAST on the carpentry. We had bought the 40 hour deal, and they approached it planning on two ten hour days with two people. I actually think they ended up spending more than 40 hours on us, since they took some of the work back to their shop, but I'm not sure. Everything looks professional and is very functional. We have some larger projects coming up that we will probably use them for as well; they had great ideas for how to renovate our basement.
    We also had our kids milling about at points-- they were very curious about what was going on-- and the guys were kind and conscientious with them. I definitely had the clear feeling that they wanted to do a good job for us and cared about our house being functional for our family. I recommend them very highly.
    - Laura E.
  • C
    WellHome of Harrisburg
    We contacted several contractors in late summer of 2011 to get quotes for making our home more energy efficient. We were required to get a home energy audit, make recommended improvements, and demonstrate a 25% reduction
    in our HERS (home energy rating system) number for a loan program. We decided on Wellhome because of a low guesstimate for the work of $5000 and our positive impression of the estimator and manager, Leslie. Wellhome was also an approved
    auditor/ contactor with the MetEd energy rebates, so we anticipated receiving some of our money back through our power company.
    The Wellhome workers that I met and who worked on our house seemed like nice, conscientious people.  Once I eventually met Dan Putt, the person in charge, he also seemed like a nice guy. And our home IS  more energy efficient now.  But this company did not, in its interactions with me, seem competent. I was forced to become general contractor for a bunch of subcontractors because of a lack of communication and oversight from Wellhome. I was charged much more than I anticipated and had been led to believe based on both rough quotes and specific quotes (like for the windows). I was delayed and inconvenienced by late paperwork, and I also received none of a rebate that should have saved us substantial money, and I can only guess that this was due to incompetent completion of paperwork.
    Here are more details on the various problems we encountered:
    First, we were dependent on Wellhome for completing and sending various sorts of paperwork for our loan. We had to delay other
    contractors several times because of Wellhome had not yet completed their part of the paperwork.
    Second, this delay ended up pushing us against a hard deadline that seriously limited our ability to negotiate. Leslie initially quoted me a price of $4074 for new storm windows, but ended up changing the quoted price to $5370 once we were against our hard deadline. She claimed she had used the wrong price list for the initial quote, but it certainly seemed unfair.
    Third, the final price ended up being MUCH more than the rough estimate we started with. Certainly, the rough estimate was given to use before the blower-door test that showed how much energy savings we were going to need to meet our 25% HERS benchmark. However, there is a HUGE difference between a rough estimate of 5000 and 12,000, which is what we ended up having to spend.
    Fourth, the company subsequently merged with another company and eliminated Leslie?s position, at which point there no longer seemed to be anyone in charge of our project. Nominally, we had a new person in charge of us?Dan Putt?but we never met him until the work was totally completed. Various contractors and subcontractors started showing up at our house and they were
    never sure what they were supposed to be doing. There seemed to be no one in charge directing the work going on in our house. I ended up having to play general contractor with no knowledge of the field.
    Fifth, once all the work was done, we began working on getting our MetEd rebate. Wellhome's participation in this program was part of why we chose them to do the work. MetEd was offering the following rebates: $150 for test-in energy audit, $150 for test-out energy audit, and up to $900 for qualifying improvements based on energy savings. Though the work was completed in January, when I didn?t receive a rebate by May, I began contacting MetEd. It became clear in August that they had not received all the necessary paperwork from Wellhome, and it took repeated emails and calls to get that paperwork completed and turned in.
    Though we finally received the rebates for test-in and test-out, MetEd said that the paperwork submitted by Wellhome showed no energy savings in our home, so we received none of the potential $900 rebate. I had been told ahead of time that MetEd?s system for calculating savings was a bit strange, and that we shouldn?t expect to get the full $900. I understood that. But it?s very strange that after spending over $12,000 on insulation and windows, the paperwork completed by Wellhome failed to demonstrate ANY energy savings. Because I can feel that our home is more efficient now, I can only attribute this to a failure to properly complete MetEd?s paperwork.

    - Laura E.
  • A
    Superior Insulation
    Exactly as planned and priced
    - Greg W.
Join Angie's List to view provider's name.

Insulation Contractors in Lebanon

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order.

To view top rated service providers along with reviews & ratings, JOIN ANGIE'S LIST NOW!