When your home has insufficient insulation, it can cause you to have higher than necessary utility bills and cause your home to be drafty in the winter and too warm in the summer. A good way to solve these problems is by having an insulation contractor evaluate the home and make recommendations about adding in more or better insulation. This can be done in a number of ways with a number of materials. We utilize cellulose as well as rigid foam insulation. Each of these have specific properties that make them better for certain locations and applications.
Cellulose insulation is ideal for both wall insulation as well as attic insulation because it can be added easily and these locations generally have lower moisture concentrations. We prefer using rigid foam insulation for below grade applications such as crawl space insulation and basement insulation because they can resist high moisture levels and still maintain insulative properties. We can perform an energy evaluation to determine where any additional insulation could be installed to increase energy efficiency.
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We can install our different types of insulation in the following areas.
We can carefully add more insulation in your walls to improve the R-value of your walls and reduce energy costs.More Info
Increasing the insulation in your attic can prevent ice dams in the winter and help contain both warm and cool air.More Info
Proper crawl space insulation will greatly reduce energy costs while improving the humidity levels in the home.More Info
Insulation in the basement will help keep moisture out and reduce heating loss through the walls in the winter.More Info
When you have proper insulation installed in your home, the results are immediate, you can measure the savings easily when your air conditioner or heater have to run less frequently and for shorter times.
If you'd like to talk to someone about adding insulation into your home or are concerned about your energy costs, contact us today and a member of our team will be in touch with you!