Insulate your home and save 20% to 50% Summer and Winter! Insulation increases your home’s energy efficiency all year round.
Most homes built before 1930 have no insulation at all. Home built more recently may only be partially insulated. So, what's in your home's walls? Chances are, not much.
FACT: A well insulated home required less energy to heat in the winter, and to cool in the summer, saving your energy dollars. Cellulose insulation added to your walls and attic will save you money.
FACT: Most homes in the United States are not well insulated. Older homes are particularly vulnerable, leading to high heating and air conditioning bills. Whether you live in an older home, or one built in the last twenty years, it pays to insulate.
FACT: Insulation - cellulose, fiberglass, foam - provides an effective resistance to the flow of heat. It is never too late to add it to your home.
Cellulose insulation is a natural product that has been made from paper. Not only is it an excellent insulator, it also has the ability to reduce noise up to 90%. It has a Class 1 fire rating and is much safer than you would think when you think of newspaper, recycled or not.
Properly insulated walls, attic, and crawl spaces keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. This happens because insulation resists the flow of heat. Heat is always seeks a cooler area - flowing out of the home in the winter and into the home in the summer. By reducing this heat flow, a properly insulated home uses less energy for heating and cooling.
When it comes to the energy efficiency of your home, there are always improvements that can be made. The trick is to know which ones will provide the greatest benefit to you.
Northcoast Energy Masters' Home Energy Audit is designed to reduce your energy costs while improving the comfort of your home. Each energy efficiency improvement on your report is designed to save enough energy to pay for itself within 5 to 10 years.