You can check with your local utilities. Most local utility companies have websites that include energy rebates information.
We do not offer a finance program at this time. We do accept Visa and MasterCard.
Yes, in most cases you can. It is not recommended if your insulation is contaminated by vermin, moist, or mildewed.
No. Personal effects should be removed prior to installation of insulation materials.
Yes, we do.
Usually moisture build up appears as darkened stains on wood surfaces (usually starting at joints). Moisture damage to insulation is often difficult to identify without feeling the material for moisture. You should also look for mildew or mold that can accumulate on some insulation materials and attic wood and wallboard surfaces. Sometimes it can be difficult to locate moisture problems even when there is an obvious mildew odor. If you suspect moisture damage, it is best to have a professional inspect your attic.
If you have rooms that heat or cool slowly and do not retain treated air temperatures, you probably have air leaks. You should have your home professionally tested for air leaks to be sure you have identified all unsealed cracks and gaps.
Each situation is unique. While it has been proven that adding proper insulation can save the average homeowner as much as 35% on energy costs, we cannot make any specific cost savings claims.
If you have a gable ended roof in your attic, it is best to install a gable mounted attic fan. Intake vents can usually be installed under eaves that connect to your attic space.
Typically no. It is very important however that your attic space be kept very dry. Moisture build up and the resulting mold and mildew can cause significant health issues.
An “R “value is the resistance level rating of insulation material. The higher the rating the greater the insulating value of the material.
Yes, in most cases you can. It is not recommend if your insulation is contaminated by vermin, moist, or mildewed.
Only if you have un-sealed gaps between your attic and your living space. Such gaps are often found in closets, around light fixtures, and around utilities such as electrical outlets, pipes, etc.
Usually moisture build up appears as darkened stains on wood surfaces (usually starting at joints). Moisture damage to insulation is often difficult to identify.
Yes we do.
Each situation is unique. While it has been proven that adding proper insulation can save the average homeowner as much as 35% on energy costs, we cannot give an exact amount.
Blown-in insulation retains it’s insulating value longer.
You should contact an experienced wild life removal service as soon as possible. Ignoring this kind of problem can be very costly and dangerous. It is highly recommended you call in a professional wildlife removal and relocation service rather than attempt to capture pests on your own.
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