Stellrr Insulation & Spray Foam
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Shawn Mansur founded Stellrr Insulation & Spray Foam in Austin, Texas. Stellrr's mission statement is to Change Lives through Cleaning Homes. This means that we work primarily with homeowners to fix their unattractive homes. Sometimes we do work with contractors or do commercial work.
We love the feeling of helping clients to reduce their utility bills and make their homes more comfortable. New construction is easy, and any insulation contractor can do it.
We specialize in diagnosing problems in building assemblies and writing a prescription in our book of solutions for fixing your house.
Stellrr's solutions fit into one of 3 categories; A, B or C.
A. Attics - removal of old dirty insulation, sterilizing, mold treatment, air sealing, air duct encapsulation, recessed light covers, cathedral ceiling insulation, knee wall insulation, blown all-boric cellulose, rock wool chimney wrap, combustion utility ventilation, spray foam insulation, and more.
B. Below Grade Crawl Spaces - removal of old dirty insulation, sterilizing, mold treatment, vapor barrier, rim joist sealing, full crawl space encapsulation, sump pumps, smart drain, rain gutter downspout extensions, seamless gutters, dehumidifier, and more.
C. Conditioned space - Injecting insulation into finished walls, garage ceilings and window inserts.
Austin is the capital city of the U.S. state of Texas, as well as the seat and largest city of Travis County, with portions extending into Hays and Williamson counties. Incorporated on December 27, 1839, it is the 11th-most-populous city in the United States, the fourth-most-populous city in Texas, the second-most-populous state capital city, and the most populous state capital that is not also the most populous city in its state. It has been one of the fastest growing large cities in the United States since 2010. Downtown Austin and Downtown San Antonio are approximately 80 miles (129 km) apart, and both fall along the Interstate 35 corridor. Some observers believe that the two regions may some day form a new "metroplex" similar to Dallas and Fort Worth.