Kansas Insulation Tax Credits
Which areas of my home should I insulate?
The tax credit applies only to improvements made to the building envelope (the area along the perimeter of the home that separates the living space from the outside) and includes attics, foundation and exterior walls, basements and crawl spaces.
Spray Foam Insulation Calculators
According to the US Department of Energy, up to 45% of a home's energy loss is through the attic, but the amount of heat actually lost will depend on where you live and how cold your attic gets. Therefore, homes in colder climates require higher insulation values. Recommended attic insulation levels range from R19 in the southern most parts of the US to R49 in the northernmost. Consult your local building authority for recommended levels in your area.
Click through to calculate the tax credits, rebates & savings for Kansas.
What can spray foam do for your Topeka home or building?
- Stops air / moisture leakage
- Reduces drafts
- Save on energy costs
- Reduce monthly utility bills
- Keeps dust and pollen out
- Strengthens structures (CC)
- Reduces Noise Infiltration (OC)
Areas of SERVICE
Our Topeka spray foam contractors provide high-quality spray foam insulation services for residential and commercial applications and foam roofing services for industrial and commercial buildings near and throughout Kansas. We offer competitive spray foam insulation pricing in KS and ultimately help you save money on utility bills.