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Home Insulation

Happy family in a new house.If your home has pockets of hot or cold air, your home’s insulation may be to blame. In walls or ceilings where insulation is too light or uneven, heat escapes your home in the winter months and enters in the summer months, creating uncomfortable conditions and driving up your home energy costs.

The good news is that adding proper installation can easily solve the problem. Dr. Energy Saver of Kansas by Lamunyon Restoration is a full-service insulation contractor, and can insulate areas including walls, crawl spaces, basements, attics, garages, and more. We offer free estimates and evaluations, and have technicians available to help identify and address your home insulation concerns.

How Do I Know If My Home Needs Additional Insulation?

There are a few indicators you can look for to determine if your home is experiencing unnecessary heat loss during heating months or allowing heat to enter during cooling months. First, take a look at your heating and cooling costs. If they have increased over time or if you think you might be wasting energy, you should consider having an evaluation to determine if your insulation may be to blame.

Secondly, if your home has uncomfortable temperatures or pockets of noticeably hot or cold air, there may be a deficiency in the insulation in that area. A properly insulated home will experience smaller temperature swings throughout the day, maintaining a more level temperature that does not change significantly when temperatures outside drop.

What Type of Insulation Services Does Lamunyon Provide?

At Dr. Energy Saver by Lamunyon Restoration, we are a full-service insulation contractor, and can provide blown-in insulation, spray and rigid board insulation. We can properly insulate walls, attics, crawlspaces, basements, garages, and more. Contact us today for a free evaluation and estimate.


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