Insulating your property is a cost-effective way to reduce spending on heating, helping to improve your finances and lower your carbon-emissions. Businesses and homeowners are more environmentally-minded than ever today, and choosing quality insulation can make your property far greener.
Spray Foam Insulation
This is an alternative to more traditional methods of insulating properties (such as fiberglass), made with polyol resin and isocyanate. These blend at the tip of the application gun, before becoming a foam which steadily expands.
We can apply spray foam insulation into wall cavities, into holes drilled into walls, onto roof tiles, and onto concrete slabs. Research by the US Department of Energy reveals that 40 percent of a property’s energy is lost due to air passing through walls, doorways, and windows. Spray foam insulation can typically offer 50 percent greater insulation than alternatives.
The attic is typically the hottest zone in the summer and the coldest in the winter – insulating yours can cut the amount of heat lost by as much as 80 percent.
Fitting insulation into your attic is an outstanding way to boost your home’s energy-efficiency, reducing heating costs and providing a more comfortable environment for the household. With our team’s experience and wide range of knowledge, insulating your attic is quick, simple, and effective.
Crawl Space Insulation
Households spending more on their heating in winter than they would like may wonder how much of their warmth is lost. While the attic is responsible for a high degree of this, crawl spaces also play a huge role in how cold your home is.
Insulating your crawl space will help you to save money on running your furnace, keep external air infiltration to a minimum, and make it harder for allergens to reach your ventilation system. For homes with sensitive family-members, this can provide a much more comfortable situation, with fewer irritants reaching the living areas.
Air ducts channel cool and warm air from your central conditioner through to various rooms in your home. However, when air passes through, warmth can be lost, meaning heating does not necessarily provide the effective performance you expect.
Duct insulation allows the air to remain warmer (or cooler) as it passes through to living areas in the home, helping heating/conditioning systems to provide a higher quality of performance. This also means that costs related to temperature-control are reduced, with less strain placed on them.
This is hugely beneficial to the environment, reducing your carbon footprint and making your property more energy-efficient. For businesses operating out of a large office space or unit, more heating will be required to keep workers comfortable, leading to higher costs. Effective duct insulation will help systems to work more efficiently, reaching wider areas and enhancing comfort.
If you want to reduce your carbon footprint, make your energy-related spending go farther, and help your property to be more environmentally-friendly, give us a call! We’re happy to answer your questions!