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Insulation

Attic Insulation: There are many benefits to having insulation installed in the attic. Having insulation in the attic will prevent heat loss through the attic/roof by acting as a barrier. Blown cellulose acts as a blanket for the home, it also keeps the air flow within the home instead of up and out the attic. This will save money on energy bills because the less air you’re losing is the less air that needs to be replaced.

Cellulose

Blown cellulose insulation is made from 100% recycled shredded newspaper, making it environmentally safe. Blown Cellulose creates a blanket-like covering in attics to reduce air leakage and convective heat loss. Cellulose does not need to be cut or fit into a space, therefore avoiding gaps that could lead to heat loss/ air leakage. By dense packing cellulose in wall cavities prevents stack effect and convective loops within the wall cavity. Also, cellulose can be used to eliminate sound from room to room.

Fiberglass

Fiberglass insulation consists of extremely fine glass fibers and is a very common used insulation. Fiberglass insulation can come in bags (blown fiberglass), rolls and also batts. Rolls and batts are more commonly used. Making it easy to fit the insulation; to your needs. Being that fiberglass insulation is naturally non-combustible, makes it a safe choice to have inside your home.

Foam

Foam insulation is sprayed in a liquid and dries almost instantly. While drying the foam expands and hardens. The fact that it is first liquid and expands rapidly makes it very useful because it gets into areas that would not be able to be reached if installing by hand. As any insulation, foam insulation acts as a barrier to keep air flow inside and prevent air leakage. It also could be used to make rooms in your home sound proof.

Energy Guardian

An un-insulated attic access can allow major heat from the home to escape to the attic. Any heat that is lost to an attic is adding moisture to an attic and is also allowing money to escape through your attic. To reduce the health and safety issue and reduce the amount of money escaping through an attic access we install an Energy Guardian attic access kit. This kit will insulate your attic access and the same R-value as your attic. At the same time the Energy Guardian will air seal the hatch opening.

Floor Insulation: Floor insulation will prevent air drafts coming up from the floor boards, helping to trap heat in the house. Depending on the size of your home, you can save $50 or more in heating costs each year by insulating your floor.

Cellulose

Blown cellulose insulation is made from 100% recycled shredded newspaper, making it environmentally safe. Blown Cellulose creates a blanket-like covering in attics to reduce air leakage and convective heat loss. Cellulose does not need to be cut or fit into a space, therefore avoiding gaps that could lead to heat loss/ air leakage. By dense packing cellulose in wall cavities prevents stack effect and convective loops within the wall cavity. Also, cellulose can be used to eliminate sound from room to room.

Fiberglass

Fiberglass insulation consists of extremely fine glass fibers and is a very common used insulation. Fiberglass insulation can come in bags (blown fiberglass), rolls and also batts. Rolls and batts are more commonly used. Making it easy to fit the insulation; to your needs. Being that fiberglass insulation is naturally non-combustible, makes it a safe choice to have inside your home.

Foam

Foam insulation is sprayed in a liquid and dries almost instantly. While drying the foam expands and hardens. The fact that it is first liquid and expands rapidly makes it very useful because it gets into areas that would not be able to be reached if installing by hand. As any insulation, foam insulation acts as a barrier to keep air flow inside and prevent air leakage. It also could be used to make rooms in your home sound proof.

Sidewalls: Most of the home owners are concerned with the attic insulation. What you may not know is that; insulating the wall cavities is a big part of saving energy. Benefits of wall insulations are quieter home, reduce the drafts, and more comfort. We can insulate any wall today without damaging your house.

Cellulose

Blown cellulose insulation is made from 100% recycled shredded newspaper, making it environmentally safe. Blown Cellulose creates a blanket-like covering in attics to reduce air leakage and convective heat loss. Cellulose does not need to be cut or fit into a space, therefore avoiding gaps that could lead to heat loss/ air leakage. By dense packing cellulose in wall cavities prevents stack effect and convective loops within the wall cavity. Also, cellulose can be used to eliminate sound from room to room.

Fiberglass

Fiberglass insulation consists of extremely fine glass fibers and is a very common used insulation. Fiberglass insulation can come in bags (blown fiberglass), rolls and also batts. Rolls and batts are more commonly used. Making it easy to fit the insulation; to your needs. Being that fiberglass insulation is naturally non-combustible, makes it a safe choice to have inside your home.

Windows: Storm Windows are installed on existing single pane or double pane glass windows. The two product lines available are the 500 Series and the 600 Series. The 500 Series is designed for exterior installation; while, the 600 Series is designed for interior installation. Quanta Technologies Inc. is currently developing its 700 Series.

Storm Windows

This product is used to insulate a double or single hung prime window. The 604 consists of a triple track (3T) box beam frame design which allows for the use of a screen where desired. The product is side mounted and includes a blind stop trim kit which is paintable to ensure aesthetic consistency with the home's interior.