Insulation is your first line of defense to keeping comfortable temperatures in your home.

Insulation_Installation

“The average attic is over 125 degrees.  What this means is that your system is going to have to work twice as hard to cool your home.  If your system is working harder to cool your home, it can cause undue stress on major components and increase monthly utility bills.”


Stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer!

Insulation

 

Year ‘Round Savings

Insulation maintains a more consistent temperature in your home thereby increasing your system’s efficiency and lowering your utility bills.

Your Insulation Solution

The average home has less than a R19 Insulation (the bare minimum) value.  If you were to upgrade to an R36 Value (an additional 6-8 inches) you could increase your systems efficiency by 15-20% per month.  This will also increase the comfort level in your home.  Insulation’s primary function is to reduce heat transfer, and its effectiveness in doing so is referred to as its R-value.  An R-Value is a measurement of insulation’s thermal resistance, or its ability to resist the flow of heat.  R-values for home insulation, such as in an attic or wall, range from R-1 to R-60.  The higher the R-value, the more effective the insulation is at resisting heat flow.  So, if you want to operate your system as effectively and efficiently as possible…

Don’t Wait, Insulate!!