insulation

AN INSULATED HOME,

       IS A COMFORTABLE HOME.

Do Your Insulation Levels Measure Up?

WHAT YOUR INSULATION LEVELS ARE TELLING YOU

Insulation levels at R-38 or greater can reduce your energy usage by up to 30% or more.

 

Code requirements now mandate R-38 as the minimally acceptable R-Value for attic insulation. 

Insulation saves over 600 times more energy each year than all of the Energy Star Appliances combined.

Insulation is often the simplest and most cost-effective energy efficiency improvement a homeowner can make.

30% 

OR MORE

Insulation levels at R-38 or greater can reduce your energy usage by up to 30% or more.

What Is R-VALUE?

WHAT DOES R-VALUE STAND FOR, AND WHAT DOES IT MEASURE

The "R" in R-Value stands for "Resistance". 

Insulation reduces the transfer of heat, by providing resistance to heat flow.  An insulating materials ability to resist thermal heat transfer is measured in R-Value.

Each type of insulation is assigned a per inch R-Value.  To Determine the R-Value of insulation, measure the thickness of the insulation in inches, and multiply that number by the assigned R-Value given to that type of insulation.

All types of insulation can be installed to obtain the same R-Value. 

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Insulation saves over 600 times more energy each year than all of the Energy Star Appliances combined.

Why Is Insulation Important?

INSULATION IS A CORNERSTONE OF A HOMES ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Insulation is a code-based improvement and it is one of the most important energy efficiency improvements a homeowner can make.

 

In comparison to other energy efficiency home improvements, insulation gives you the greatest return on your investment, in the shortest period of time.  

According to the U.S. Department of Energy's Pyramid, insulation is a foundational component of a homes energy efficiency.

A well insulated home is quieter, has better air quality, and provides a more comfortable living environment. 

40% 

OR MORE

A well insulated home can help reduce the run time on your HVAC system by 40% or more.

Why Is Insulation Required?

INSULATION IS A MANDATED REQUIREMENT SPECIFIED IN BUILDING CODES

Insulation is included in an area of construction that is regulated by energy codes written by the IECC.  Energy codes are a subset of written legal requirements known as building codes.  Building codes are state laws.

Energy codes provide performance standards for insulation, windows, doors, HVAC equipment, and lighting fixtures.  

Energy codes were developed to address the energy crises of the 1970s.  In 1978, the first congressional legislation was passed, requiring states to implement energy efficiency standards.  

Building energy codes will save U.S. home and business owners an estimated $126 billion and 841 million metric tons of avoided carbon dioxide emissions through 2040 [U.S. Department Of Energy].

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BILLION

Since 1992 over $430 billion in energy cost have been saved from insulation programs.

Insulating With Insuleer

INSULATION DONE BY THE INDUSTRY LEADING EXPERTS ON BUILDING SCIENCE

INSULeer installs a variety of insulation products for residential and commercial applications.  

 

TRUST:  We provide a 10-year craftsmanship warranty and a lifetime product warranty on loose-fill insulation.

 

DEPENDABILITY:  Our team members are punctual, professional, and polite. 

 

EXPERTISE:  Our installers are Green Building Certified to ensure that your insulation project is done correctly.


PEACE OF MIND:  Each customer is assigned a personal project manager who oversees every detail of the project from beginning to end.  Once the project is complete, a final inspection is performed to guarantee customer satisfaction.

The Most Popular Types of Insulation

WHICH TYPE OF INSULATION IS RIGHT FOR YOUR PROJECT?

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Made from molten glass, Fiberglass is lightweight, and can be used in attics, floors, and wall spaces.

FIBERGLASS

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Made from recycled wood and paper, Cellulose is a dense material used in attics, floors and wall spaces.

CELLULOSE

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Foam is a chemical mixture that can be used in walls, attic floors, and on attic decking.

FOAM

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Reflective Insulation is primarily used in the attic, rejecting radiant heat from your attic.

REFLECTIVE

 
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