Homeowners on Plum Island, MA hired the Greenstamp team to spray insulation in a crawl space to protect items they stored there and insulate the space above it.
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It’s a beautiful morning in North Adams, MA. The Greenstamp team is about to insulate the roof of a new hotel going up in town.
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The team at Green Stamp, in partnership with the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod, donated insulation and expertise for a home in Brewster MA. This home was built in one week for a family in need by members and partners of the Habitat of Humanity of Cape Cod.
We are proud to be part of this the mission to “build strength, stability and self-reliance through homeownership.”
Thank you to Robert Scott Button, owner of RSBvideo.com for the Oscar worthy time-lapse video of our 3rd Home Builders Blitz! The drone footage, hyper-lapse, and great music is amazing. The 15-minute "movie" beautifully represents the professionalism of our members. Thank you Scott! Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod
Posted by Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod on Thursday, September 28, 2017
Our Insulation Installation team has fun on the job! We are always happy to work with builders on insulation systems for their project. Here’s a look at the spray foam insulation that’s being blown into a newly constructed home in Kessler Woods, Chestnut Hill, MA.
For more information about our customized insulation systems for your new construction project, contact us at (781) 899-3618.
New England winters can be brutal, resulting in ice dams that damage not only roofs, but attics, ceilings and walls. Ice dams allow moisture to enter the home which leads to mold problems and other structural issues. In the last 10 years, Greenstamp insulated many home throughout the Boston-metro area and Cape Cod to prevent ice dams. We insulated this home featured above. In the first photo taken in 2010, ice dams are visible. In the photo, taken after the infamous 2015 “Snowmaggedon”, no ice dams have formed.