Six Free Inches of Insulation in February
Becoming more energy efficient, a huge focus of the 21st century. Home attic insulation is an easy way to reduce energy waste while also providing relief to your wallet and comfort to your family.
We are offering extra relief this month to help fight against energy inefficiency. Get 19 inches of Attic Insulation for the price of 13, nearly 50% more free! Fill out the request form or call us today to book your in-home insulation estimate. Then take advantage of these extra savings by scheduling your installation project in early 2015.*
As an Owens Corning preferred contractor, we're highly equipped to make you and your family more comfortable in your home by improving the insulation in your attic. We guarantee our work and ask for no payment until the project is finished, and you are completely satisfied.
(*Offer only valid if contract signed during initial home presentation)
Improving the insulation in your attic will increase the R-value, which measures how well insulation resists heat. We exceed recommended R-values and install at least an R-49 in our customers' attics. This will make your home more efficient, keeping you cooler in the summer and warmer during winter months, while saving you money on energy costs. Energy Star estimates that the average homeowner can save up to 20% annually in heating and cooling costs by addressing air leaks in their home. With our Insulation Promotion, the extra six inches will significantly increase your R-Value, saving you more over time, hence recouping the cost quicker.
We install windblock barriers and proper vents to ensure air flow from eave vents to prevent ice dams and moisture damage. We also take into account all of the contours of your home, installing air sealing around protrusions for a better fit without air leakage.
We’re pleased to offer the Owens Corning AttiCat Expanding Blown-in Insulation System. This increasingly popular method is the perfect way to improve the R value in your attic by blowing in more insulation on top of existing insulation without having to deal with the hassle and danger of removing it.
Owens Corning is an Energy Star Partner and their High Performance Fiberizing Technology offers the higher R-value per inch available on the market today, which means you use less material and spend less money to achieve your optimal insulating performance. Other benefits of Owens Corning fiberglass insulation:
- Mold/fungus resistant
- Won’t retain moisture
- Made from 50% recycled content
1 Your New Insulation Materials Arrive
The morning your project begins, we'll arrive with our equipment and the insulation material you've chosen.
2 We Protect Your Home
We'll cover attic windows, vents, chimney components, heating and cooling units, recessed lighting cans, and any other electrical elements with plastic to protect them from insulation over spray. We seal dust work and all other opening so insulation particles cannot leak into the living spaces of your home.
3 We Install Your Insulation
Our team has the training and experience to operate the insulation blowing equipment to achieve the proper density of insulation and to achieve the R-value you desire. The process is quick, taking only a few hours, and will not disrupt your daily routine.
4 We Clean Up Your Attic
We meticulously clean your attic, remove all protective materials and any debris that may have accumulated during the installation.
5 Your Project Manager Does a Final Inspection
After your attic insulation has been installed, your HW Project Manager will inspect the entire project and ensure it meets your local building and fire codes and our strict standards.
Contact us today, and we'll get in touch to set up an appointment to assess the current state of your insulation, and how we can make it better. Qualify for 19 inches of Attic Insulation for the price of 13 when you sign agreement in January for an early 2015 install of at least 800 sq. feet.
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