Ward Insulation has been helping families in Colorado and Wyoming make sustainable improvements to their homes since 2008. From day one, our desire has been to provide the highest level of hometown service to our customers, while also leading our industry in areas of sustainability and technical innovation.
Here's what that looks like.
WHAT WE STAND FOR
Efficient. Professional. Transparent. These are the words our customers have been using to describe Ward since we opened our doors nearly a decade ago.
There is nothing we want more than to make your experience working with us a pleasant one, which is why we promise to always be on time, act with honesty and integrity, and complete your project efficiently.
We didn't get that A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau for being "just okay."
We continuously strive to make sustainable improvements to homes and communities so that they are safer, more comfortable and energy efficient while engaging our team members in continuous learning and personal growth.
Carter is a fourth-generation Wyomingite who values entrepreneurship, hard work, and community service. After earning a degree in business management, Carter started his first company, a home remodel business, in 2006. This foundational experience, combined with his passion for sustainability and responsible business, led him to open Ward Insulation — the premier insulation and concrete lifting company in Southeastern Wyoming.
Carter is active in the Cheyenne community, and considers volunteerism to be extremely rewarding. Through Ward Insulation, Carter sponsors Cheyenne Frontier
Days — an event he's been participating in since the age of 13 — along with Habitat for Humanity, Comes Shelter, Climb Wyoming,
and a multitude of others.
In his free time, Carter enjoys sports, dirt bike racing, and the rodeo, alongside his wife Logan and his young daughter Declynn.
If you call the office, you are most likely going to speak with Chelsea, Ward Insulation’s office manager. Chelsea has a passion for entrepreneurship, business development, and customer service. One of the most rewarding times of her day is when she gets to talk with customers who are happier in their home after they have realized the value of the products Ward Insulation offers.
A transplant from Nebraska, she lives between Cheyenne and the Nebraska state line with her husband, three daughters, and a variety of animals. When she’s not answering phones and taking care of business, Chelsea can be found out with her horses or in the kitchen whipping up a new recipe (depending on the wind that day).
A Wyoming native, Chris graduated from Cheyenne East High School in 1992. He has three children, one grandson, and a granddaughter on the way.
After graduation, Chris spent most of his years in TV and radio media, eventually finding his home with Ward Insulation & Concrete Lifting in 2015 as an Energy Efficiency Consultant.
Chris is BPI Certified (Building Performance Institute) as a Building Analyst Professional. His interests included watching his children play sports, shooting pool, home improvement projects, cars, motorcycles, and watching his younger brother midget and sprint car race.
Geano is a highly-skilled home diagnostics and weatherization technician with expertise in home energy retrofit and installation of building equipment, including: insulation, heating and cooling, plumbing, electrical systems, and doors and windows. He has nearly 18 years of experience in the field and has performed well over 2,000 energy assessments for customers.
Phil enthusiastically joined the Ward Team after a career that included the formation, development and growth of two large companies in Wyoming.
He believes it is important to listen to clients’ expectations and concerns and develop an approach that will work for their needs and goals.
Phil has been active in several local and state-wide organizations and continues to volunteer in the Cheyenne area. He is a recipient of the Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Person of the Year recognition, served as General Chairman and Chief Operating Officer for Cheyenne Frontier Days and is a member of the Cheyenne Frontier Days Hall of Fame.
Phil and his wife Gay, who is a Cheyenne native, are blessed to call Cheyenne home where they are near their oldest son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren and a short drive away from their youngest son in who lives in Colorado.
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MEET THE TEAM
At Ward Insulation, we take great pride in our people and strive to create a fulfilling place of work for our employees.
Each one of our team members are engaged in continuous learning, ensuring they stay abreast of industry trends so you can enjoy top-notch service backed by true expertise.
Curious about joining our team? Apply here!
At Ward Insulation, we use only the most environmentally-responsible products and techniques, and are continually searching for ways to further "green" our process.
We feel that it is everyone's responsibility to be good stewards of the environment, which is why we bear the burden of research and carefully vet every product we use for environmental and social impact.
Here are a few examples of the quality products we use:
Lapolla 4th Generation Spray Foam has no VOCs and a Global Warming Potential of 1 (where others easily reach 1,000).
Certainteed's Sustainable Fiberglass Insulation is made from
post-consumer recycled glass.
Our concrete lifting foam material is comprised of 40-60% recycled material.