Smoke Seal at 1919 University

Work continues at the 1919 University Project.  We are currently installing the FireDam smoke seal to our fire safing between our curtain wall assembly and the slab edge. Typically the curtain wall assembly would continue above the floor line, but sometimes the vision goes right to the floor as shown.  Great work Roy & Juan!   

Waterproof Membrane at TCO

The Homeco Team spent the day applying Mel-Rol Sheet Membrane at the elevator pit of the Vadnais Heights TCO.  Shown in the photo installing is Juan and Travis.  The building will be a 20,000-square-foot medical office building near a sports facility.

Random poser at TCO!

While taking photos of Homeco’s work, hilarious, random brick-layer-guy jumped into the scene TMZ style for the photo shoot!  Who’s says you can’t have fun while working!  Greg was able to interview him as well, he asked him “looks like you’ve done this before” to which random guy replied, “Yea, I used to model more when…

Spray Foam Begins at Treasure Island Center

After a few days of planning and mobilization our SPF Team began spraying foam at the Treasure Island Center.  Once the first layer of foam has cured, we will then spray a fire-rated foam over it  This final layer acts as a thermal barrier.  Shown in the photo is Moe, one of our awesome sprayers, who takes great care in his application.   

Homeco selected for Treasure Island Center

Homeco Insulation, Inc. was selected to install over 200,000 square feet of closed-cell spray polyurethane foam covered with a thermal barrier at the Treasure Island Center.  In 2014, the Saint Paul Port Authority purchased the property for $3 million for redevelopment.  Then they invested an additional $5.5 million to prepare the building for redevelopment, including the…

Field Trip!

Today Mary and Meghan were escorted by Greg on a field trip to get more familiar with what Homeco does and how our incredible crews do it.  First photo shows them visiting Luke, who was so surprised to see them, at the Central Park West Project where they observed the installation of batt and blown-in insulation.  The second is shown with…

Homeco receives AWC 20-Year Award

The Association of Women Contractors held their Annual Meeting on March 1st where we met the incoming board members and learned of their vision for 2017.  We also celebrated membership milestones in which Tammy Sundby with GTS HVAC received her 10-year Membership Award and Donna Gulden with Homeco Insulation, Inc. received her 20-year Membership Award.  Shown…

We are hiring! Multi-Site Superintendent Position Available

Multi-Site Superintendent February 13, 2017/ Talley Flora Multi-Site Superintendent Blaine MN 55449 USA We are Homeco Insulation, the Twin Cities’ longest running Union installer of Residential & Commercial insulation.  With our sister company, Vesta Firestopping, we offer residential and commercial customers a full suite of professional insulation and firestopping services.  Our companies have expanded from…

Dave – We Celebrate 20 Years of Hard Work!

Dave started with Homeco Insulation as the first employee hired by Donna and Greg.  Little did we know Dave would help us build our core value foundation of confidence, experience, and team work which has carried us through good times and hard times.  Dave, for 20 years, your hard work, skills, and leadership have been greatly appreciated!!  Thank you!!

MSA Annual T.O.P.S. Awards Banquet

Donna and Greg spent an evening of fun and awards with Tammy and Greg Sundby of GTS HVAC at the Minnesota Subcontractor Association’s Annual General Contractor TOPS Awards Banquet. MSA members nominate and vote on large and small General Contractors, Project Managers, Superintendents, Construction Professionals and Safety Directors. Winners are selected considering best practices using…
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