House-Wrap Insulation

Sunshine Contracting is a Progressive Foam Fullback Preferred Partner.  Since 1992, Progressive Foam  has been the industry’s energy conservation pioneer and manufactures Fullback, an energy efficient insulating product for any type of siding.  Sunshine Contracting is one of 150 Progressive Foam Preferred Partners in the country.  Being a Preferred Partner allows us to offer the most exclusive and top of the line warranties in the industry for siding insulation products. In addition, Sunshine Contracting also receives regular, specialized training.

To read about our Sunshine Contracting Siding Installation Process and meet our Installation Team, visit our Siding Processes & Installation team page!  Meet Robbie and Jose and learn about how your siding is replaced.

We proudly offer our siding installation services to residents of Fairfax, Prince William, Loudoun and Stafford County.

Why and How Do I Insulate My Siding?

As energy costs continue to rise, the need for house wrap/insulation becomes even more important to homeowners. This special type of energy-saving solution can help drastically reduce the cost of heating a home in the winter and keeping it cool in the summer, which not only benefits the homeowner’s wallet but is an environmentally sound decision as well.  Watch the video below for a great explanation!

Taping Windows and Doors

At Sunshine Contracting, when we replace your siding we make sure that your home is as weather-resistant and leak free as possible. As you can see in the photo to the right, after installation of house wrap, we tape around all windows and doors. This creates a truly weather resistant barrier. This tape creates a weather barrier against air and water – this leads to better building durability and improved energy efficiency via reduced air leakage. Sunshine Contracting offers the following types of House Wrap/Insulation:

The average home has hundreds of locations where heat and air conditioning can escape: windows, doors, attics, etc. Without properly sealing the areas around windows or doors, or properly insulating an attic, the heating and cooling system will have to work harder to compensate for the heat and air conditioning that is lost. The result is higher energy bills for the homeowner. The furnace and air conditioner have to run longer and harder to maintain a comfortable temperature in the home.

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