Attic, Wall, & Floor Insulation
Blown in Attic Insulation
Blown in Fiberglass or Cellulose Insulation bringing the R-value up to R-38. If your current attic insulation is R-11 or less, you may qualify for a rebate in the form of a check from your utility company if you bring R-value up to R-38.
Attic Insulation Removal
Removal of Insulation in your attic with special vacuum designed for this purpose. Rodent infestation, smoke damage, water damage, or preparation for a remodel are the main reasons for attic insulation removal.
Drill & Fill, Plug & Patch Walls
South & West walls bake in the sun and the heat will transfer through uninsulated walls in the summer. However, the entire perimeter should be insulated to ensure your AC or Heater are not being over worked. This drastically reduces your utility bills and provides more comfortable indoor temperature.
Batts Laid in Attic Insulation
Fiberglass or Denim Batts can be laid in the attic. This process leaves a cleaner attic for future people that may need to work on electrical, HVAC ducts, etc.. However, the labor is more expensive and some voids and gaps can't be avoided. It is best to finish the other work needed in your attic and have material blown in.
Low-E Reflective Insulation works both ways, lowering the summer temperature in your attic reflecting the heat while holding in heat in the winter. Increases attic floor insulation performance, keeps HVAC ducts cooler in the attic allowing a more efficient cooling system.
Sub Floor Insulation
Enveloping the entire home (including the floor) with insulation is the best way to have an energy efficient home. The attic, walls and floors are required on all new construction, and should be insulated to ensure lower energy bills in the summer and winter.