Seal-Rite is a residential insulation contractor in Omaha.  We are family owned and have been providing residential insulation solutions for homes in the Omaha and Lincoln areas for over 25 years. Seal-Rite has a proven record as an insulation contractor.  We use only the highest quality products to combat rising energy costs. Our goal is to provide both a superior experience and tremendous value for our customers.  Contact our residential insulation experts for a complimentary quote.



Planning ahead for residential insulation results in lower utility bills and extra comfort during the life of the home. We can work with you and your builder to develop the right insulation plan to maximize the energy efficiency and comfort of your new home.



Whether you are updating a kitchen or finishing a basement, during a remodeling project is the time to review your insulation needs.  We have several options to help lower your energy costs and improve the comfort of your new space.



Are you making major updates to an older or historic home?  Our experts can design the right insulation plan to maximize your investment including removing old residential insulation.  New insulation will make your classic home comfortable and efficient.


We can evaluate your new or existing homes insulation needs



We work with home builders to ensure your new home is properly insulated to ensure efficiency and year round comfort.  During new construction we can utilize several types of insulation that best fit the needs of your home.


We partner general contractors to make sure your remodeling project is done on-time and on budget.  We can advise on the best way to insulate your new areas to maximize your energy bills and utilities.


Have you been in your home for several years?  Overtime, insulation settles and air gaps occur can occur.  We have several ways we can use insulation to improve  energy efficiency and even the noise level of your existing home.


Now more than ever, insulation and air sealing pay off! New federal income tax credits provide up to $1,200 each year to lower the cost of energy-efficient home upgrades. Check out these unique ways to cover some of your project costs through the tax credits and rebates available to you.

Residential Efficiency Tax Credit

The Residential Efficiency Tax Credit offers homeowners the opportunity to receive a tax credit of 30% for insulation and air sealing materials installed in their primary residence — up to $1,200 in costs. The credit is available on a yearly basis until December 31, 2032. After installation, use IRS Form 5695 to apply for the credit.

Learn more about the federal insulation tax credit here.

Rebates through the HOMES Act

Rebates are available for homeowners who make performance-based whole home efficiency upgrades. The rebate savings include:

  • For homes achieving 20-35% modeled energy savings – rebate of the lesser of $2,000 or 50% project cost.
  • For homes achieving at least 35% modeled energy savings – rebate of the lesser of $4,000 or 50% project cost.
  • For homes achieving at least 15% measured energy savings – rebate payment rate per kWh saved, equal to $2,000 for a 20% reduction, or 50% project cost.

Department of Energy (DOE) Electrification Program

The DOE Electrification Program offers rebates for insulation, air sealing and ventilation upgrades for eligible homeowners. Specifications include:

  • 50% of the cost of insulation up to $1,600 for households with annual incomes of 80-150% of area median income.
  • 100% of the cost of insulation up to $1,600 for households with annual incomes less than 80% of area median income.

Learn if you qualify for these or any other rebates in your area at


The federal government has enhanced the financial incentives available for builders who construct energy-efficient homes and structures. For new homes and units acquired on or after January 1, 2023, the base level tax credit will be specifically tied to ENERGY STAR® certification for single-family, manufactured and multifamily homes and either ENERGY STAR or the Zero Energy Ready Home requirements for single-family homes.

Take Advantage of the Residential Efficiency Tax Credit

  • Builders can receive a credit of $2,500 for single family homes that meet ENERGY STAR® Version 3.1.
  • A credit of $5,000 is available for homes that meet the Department of Energy (DOE) Zero Energy Ready Home Program.
  • A builder credit of $500/$1,000 is available for constructing certified multifamily units. Incentives increase to $2,500/$5,000 when meeting prevailing wage requirements.
  • Producers of manufactured homes are eligible for a $2,500 tax credit for meeting the applicable ENERGY STAR Manufactured New Homes program requirements

The tax credit amount applies until December 31, 2032. See your tax professional for details on how to qualify and claim this credit.

Learn more about federal energy tax credits for homebuilders here.

Let our Residential Insulation Experts Help

We can work with you to make your home energy efficient