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We are a local family owned small business with over 20 years of experience and will assist you in choosing the right materials and explaining the importance of an energy efficiency. You can rest assured that we will arrive on time and work diligently and efficiently to ensure your project is done to your complete satisfaction, on time and on budget because saving energy is saving YOU money!
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Building Technology’s number one recommendation to help consumers reduce energy bills is by adding insulation. Most homes in the United States are not well insulated. Older homes are particularly vulnerable, leading to high heating and air-conditioning bills. Having an energy efficient home starts with proper levels of insulation. When homes are adequately insulated, it takes less energy to heat and cool them than if they were poorly insulated. Insulation in your walls and attic keep the living space conditioned and allow your Heating and/or Air Conditioning source to run more efficiently, thus reducing your energy consumption
Is your home cold in the winter and hot in the summer? Is the temperature upstairs between 8 to 12 degrees different from the temperature downstairs? Insulating your home will help keep your living space or “Comfort Zone” a balanced comfort throughout your home all year long.
Installing proper insulation levels can also make your home more attractive to potential buyers. 86% of Americans would choose one home over another based on its energy efficiency. (Energy Pulse Survey, 2006
Properly insulating homes worldwide would reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by 293.5 Billion pounds over 10 years. (“Integrating Risk Assessment and Life Cycle Assessment: A Case Study of Insulation”, Harvard School of Public Health; Boston, MA)
Reducing Energy Consumption reduces carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions. NAIMA estimates that insulated buildings in the United States reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 780 tons annually. (North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA), “Using Recycled Materials Is Just the First Step Toward Safeguarding the Environment”)
According to two studies done by Harvard University’s School of Public Health, if all single families in the U.S. lived in adequately insulated homes, each year there would be:
Insulation makes up for 70% of the total heat gain and loss in your home. We know the importance of making sure the job is done right. We are certified insulation master craftsmen, knowledgeable, licensed, and insured to handle any job!