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Existing Home INSULATION

Unless your home was specially constructed for energy efficiency, you can usually reduce your energy bills by adding more insulation. Many older homes have less insulation than homes built today, but adding insulation to a newer home may also pay for itself within a few years. Insulation works by providing a continuous thermal boundary within the “building envelope” between the conditioned indoor spaces and unconditioned spaces.

We specialize in upgrading insulation to existing homes.

Is it time to upgrade your insulation?...

  • Is your home over 30 Years old?
  • Is it difficult for your air conditioner to "keep up" on a 85 degree day?
  • Can you see the tops of your ceiling joists inside the attic?
  • Do you have white or pink builders grade fiberglass in your attic?
  • Does your roof completely frost over in the winter?

If you answered "YES" to any of these questions, you probably need more insulation!

Why Insulate?


Insulation is one of the smartest investments you can make in your home because it provides year-round comfort and savings in two important ways:

Insulation keeps your home warmer in the winter, which lowers your heating costs. In the summer, insulation keeps your home cooler, which eases the load on your air conditioner.


Insulation can actually absorb sound, reducing the unwanted noise from appliances, audio equipment, conversation and other sources of sound that are transmitted through your walls and floors. Insulation also keeps your family more comfortable by making it easier for your furnace or air conditioner to maintain a constant temperature.


Reducing your family's overall exposure to outside pollution can make your home healthier and safer. Insulation help keep your home healthier by minimizing airborne moisture and subsequent condensation-related problems like mold.

  • Why? in the summer, moisture-laden air can enter the home and condense if it comes into contact with cool (air conditioned) surfaces.
Heat Loss Insulation


If your home is poorly insulated, it dramatically increases the amount of energy you need for heating and cooling. Most energy loss happens through conduction (i.e. heat passing through walls, windows, doors, etc.) and infiltration (air leaking through cracks and gaps). Improving the efficiency of the building envelop can be one of the fastest and most cost-effective ways to cut energy costs. For a relatively small investment, it is quite possible to increase the comfort of your home while reducing your heating and cooling needs by up to 50%.