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Adding insulation is the most cost-effective way to make your home cooler in the summers and warmer in the winters. Did you know that your home loses:
During the hot summer months, heat from the outside seeps through your roof, attic, and walls, making your air conditioner work harder. This can result in higher energy bills. In the winter, heat slips through under-insulated floors, windows and door frames.
On top of providing a barrier to the heat and cold, insulation blocks sound, too! Imagine finally being able to relax over the sound of noise from the nearby road or the next door neighbor’s drums.
Our friendly technicians are here to provide you a FREE ESTIMATE and show you how adding insulation can make your energy bills less costly and more comfortable no matter what the weather is outside.
Your home likely already has some insulation in its ceilings or attic. However, most homes don’t have nearly enough.
We typically recommend 15 to 18 inches of blown-in insulation for residents in Oklahoma or enough insulation to reach the top of your ceiling joists without covering them.
Heat travels upward, which means having the proper amount of insulation in your attic. This can mean the difference between sweating and staying cool in the summer, and feeling cozy or freezing cold in the winter. But adding insulation is more than hefting a few bags of fiberglass into your attic.
For insulation to work correctly, and to prevent a buildup of moisture and subsequently problems with mold, mildew and wood rot. Air needs to be able to move in and out of your attic, which means it must also be properly ventilated. The problem with many low-rent installers or do-it-yourself projects is that attic vents, soffits, and fans get clogged with insulation.
Our expert technicians will ensure that insulation is installed correctly and that your attic is properly ventilated so that it adds comfort and value to your home.
If you’re worried your home doesn’t have enough insulation, you can always call us for an inspection and free estimate. But, there are a few indicators that you may have inadequate insulation:
Do you have one room in your house that feels like a sauna all summer? You probably need better insulation.
Poor insulation makes your appliances, from the air conditioner to the refrigerator, work harder.
If your interior surfaces feel warmer than the air in your house (or cooler if it’s winter), you may be letting outside heat in.
In the winter, cool air comes in around improperly insulated window frames, baseboards, and doorways.