The savings in your energy bill may surprise you!
Professionally installed attic insulation can cut your energy bills dramatically, sometimes in half!
- Heat doesn’t just rise, it moves in all directions by induction. The proper insulation, properly installed, slows that movement down dramatically. It keeps heat in or out more efficiently than other types of insulation.
- Your roof receives the most exposure to direct weather of any outer surface of your home. Your attic is the first line of defense in controlling temperature exchange. Foam insulation is the best possible barrier between you and the outside elements.
Windows and doors are often the first places we look for unwanted drafts, but attics can be the real culprit. Any unwanted breach in attic insulation provides air flow that draws from lower floors.
Temperature isn’t the only culprit. Moisture does structural damage and increases mold growth. Proper, professionally installed insulation inhibits that moisture, which is a major factor in control of costly, preventable repairs.
Proper insulation helps optimize resources used to heat or cool your home, decreasing your carbon footprint significantly.
“Our professional attic insulation services can make any home energy efficient. The cost is low enough that you can see a return on your investment in as early as one year in some cases.”
Builds Lasting Value
A properly insulated home is a major added value factor if you decide to re-sell your home.
Standard insulation leaves open areas and even provides nesting material for rodents and birds. Such pests degrade insulation quickly and can ruin your investment and hard work.
Properly installed foam insulation actually adds structural integrity to any building. Increased structural integrity adds lasting value and increases confidence in possible buyers.
Air infiltration can account for 30% or more of a home’s heating and cooling costs and contribute to problems with moisture, noise, dust, and the entry of pollutants, insects, and rodents. Reducing infiltration can significantly cut annual heating and cooling costs, improve building durability, and create a healthier indoor environment.US Department of Energy
The most common insulation, fiberglass, does not stop air leakage. Certain types of insulation, such as spray foam insulation, can be significantly more effective at reducing air flow as well as heat flow.US Department of Energy
It was a pleasure doing business with you and I will be for sure be using you again.Larry Benaquist
The guys that did my insulation job today were great and I am very happy and would be happy to give you a referenceMike Manning