DIY Insulation & Air Sealing

Want to take a hands-on approach?

If you prefer a hands-on approach to home improvement, check out our DIY rebates. We offer $200 cash back for self-installed attic insulation and air sealing. Qualified projects improve year-round comfort, lower heating and cooling costs, and help prevent common issues like condensation and ice dams.

Before committing to a DIY project, confirm your home is a good fit. Please review the eligibility infographic below. While some solutions are simple enough to do yourself, others may require a professional Trade Ally contractor.

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Steps to Participate

Review the infographic above to confirm your home is a good fit for DIY insulation and air sealing. Consult with a Trade Ally contractor if needed.

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Review the DIY guidelines.

DIY Guide to Insulation and Air Sealing

Buy your supplies. Remember to save the receipts.


Draw a sketch of your attic.


Take post-project pictures of your completed project.


Submit your application! Be sure to include all photos, sketches, and receipts/invoices you gathered along the way.

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DIY Not Your Thing?

If DIY isn't right for you, you may still be eligible for rebates when you work with a Trade Ally contractor.

Details and Resources

Get cash back for qualified improvements.

  • $200 rebate for DIY attic insulation and air sealing.
  • You must complete both insulation and air sealing projects together to be eligible.
  • Please follow all requirements in the Installation Guide [PDF]

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