Pierre Boucher

Pierre Boucher

M. Pierre Boucher est l’un des propriétaires d’Isolation Majeau et frère. Comme il le dit si bien, « J’ai passé ma vie dans l’isolation ». Déjà tout jeune, dès l’âge de 15 ans, il apprenait les rudiments du métier en accompagnant son père. Ce dernier prenait soin de lui transmettre ses connaissances et de le laisser s’exercer à la tâche.

Depuis ses débuts chez Isolation Majeau et frère en août 2006, M. Boucher a œuvré dans tous les départements de l’entreprise, du chantier à l’administration. Il fut à la barre de projets d’envergure tels que le Westin de Montréal ainsi qu’une multitude de projets résidentiels et commerciaux. Il travaille présentement en tant que directeur des ventes et de la logistique.

Ses compétences de l’isolation thermique combinées à une grande expérience du terrain ont permis de contribuer à mettre sur pied une équipe de représentants techniques particulièrement efficaces afin de répondre aux besoins d’une clientèle florissante.

Articles by Pierre Boucher

Overcoming Mildew and Dampness Problems in the House

Overcoming Mildew and Dampness Problems in the House

This article was originally published on July 1, 2022 by Pierre Boucher

Get up to $300.00 off spray foam and cellulose. Execution of work on April 30, 2024 or before, this discount is exclusive to owners of residential buildings (5% discount up to $300.00 maximum). If there’s one thing you never want in your home, it’s mildew. Made up of microscopic fungi whose spores can cause serious […] More Posts

Poor Home Insulation: How to Make Your Own Diagnosis?

Poor Home Insulation: How to Make Your Own Diagnosis?

This article was originally published on July 1, 2022 by Pierre Boucher

Get up to $300.00 off spray foam and cellulose. Execution of work on April 30, 2024 or before, this discount is exclusive to owners of residential buildings (5% discount up to $300.00 maximum). If you believe that your home insulation is deficient, you can confirm or refute your suspicions quite easily by taking note of […] More Posts

Residential Insulation: Deconstructing 5 Tenacious Myths

Residential Insulation: Deconstructing 5 Tenacious Myths

This article was originally published on July 2, 2022 by Pierre Boucher

Get up to $300.00 off spray foam and cellulose. Execution of work on April 30, 2024 or before, this discount is exclusive to owners of residential buildings (5% discount up to $300.00 maximum). Popular beliefs conveyed about residential insulation can often turn out to be false or misleading. Since energy is more and more expensive, […] More Posts

Polyurethane: 80 Years of Proven Use

Polyurethane: 80 Years of Proven Use

This article was originally published on July 1, 2022 by Pierre Boucher

Get up to $300.00 off spray foam and cellulose. Execution of work on April 30, 2024 or before, this discount is exclusive to owners of residential buildings (5% discount up to $300.00 maximum). If you were under the impression that polyurethane (also called “urethane”) was developed in recent years, due to its cutting-edge properties and […] More Posts

All There Is to Know About the Vapour Barrier

All There Is to Know About the Vapour Barrier

This article was originally published on May 17, 2022 by Pierre Boucher

Get up to $300.00 off spray foam and cellulose. Execution of work on April 30, 2024 or before, this discount is exclusive to owners of residential buildings (5% discount up to $300.00 maximum). The vapour barrier is one of the building’s envelope misunderstood elements. What’s its use? Which materials can be used as vapour barrier? […] More Posts

8 Tips For a Successful Insulation Project

8 Tips For a Successful Insulation Project

This article was originally published on May 17, 2022 by Pierre Boucher

Get up to $300.00 off spray foam and cellulose. Execution of work on April 30, 2024 or before, this discount is exclusive to owners of residential buildings (5% discount up to $300.00 maximum). You’re planning on renovating? Why not take the opportunity to redo your insulation? But in order to realise a durable and efficient […] More Posts

Adding cellulose to a 1970s attic to achieve a maximum R‑value

Adding cellulose to a 1970s attic to achieve a maximum R‑value

This article was originally published on August 31, 2017 by Pierre Boucher

Homes built in the 1970s and 80s and insulated to the standards of their time (R‑12 versus today’s R‑41) are energy-hungry beasts. Weak insulation points in houses from that era include the roof (attic), which is responsible for numerous uncontrolled air leaks causing significant heat loss. More Posts