Attics without insulation can increase your energy bill by 67 percent. Other problems that affect the energy efficiency of your home are air leaks, poor ductwork, and clogged filters, but what if the problem is moisture? Moisture: A Common Problem Found in Insulation Moisture occurs due to leaky pipes, high humidity, or groundwater seepage. It can … Continue reading How Can Blow-in Insulation Prevent Moisture Damage?
Your heating and cooling units might be operating at their best, but if your home is not equipped to keep the air in, you may be wasting money on your monthly electricity bill. This means that there may be a problem with your home’s insulation, and your units have to operate longer to achieve your … Continue reading The Added Heating & Cooling Costs of Poor Insulation
Improving your attic’s energy efficiency goes beyond helping you maintain a comfortable temperature in your home. It can also save you money on cooling and heating costs. If you’re looking to cut down your energy bill, take note of these suggestions to make your attic more energy efficient. Seal Cracks to Reduce Air Leaks in … Continue reading Want to Save Money on Energy Bills? Make Your Attic More Energy Efficient
Insulation brings year-round comfort and lowers your energy bills. If you haven’t insulated your home yet, you can start with your attic, the easiest place to add insulation. But first, you have to figure out which type best suits your home and your budget. Our budget-friendly attic insulation services in Kansas include batt insulation and blown-in insulation. … Continue reading Batt or Blown-in: Which Type of Insulation Suits Your Home?
One of the best ways to implement energy-saving solutions in your new home is with insulation. This not only will save you money on energy bills, but it will also raise the value of your home if you do decide to sell.
For the second year in a row, fiberglass insulation has proven to be the home renovation to top the list when it comes to high returns. Take a look at the numbers and see for yourself! Fiberglass insulation is the best way to save money and energy when it comes to updating your home.
When it comes time for home or business owners to choose which type of insulation to use, spray foam and fiberglass insulation dominate the conversation and the decision can be difficult. But which of the two are the better choice to conserve energy and save you money in your wallet? Let’s look at the pros and cons of these two types of insulation.
Installing insulation is a vital component in the building process and though it may look relatively easy, it is quite the opposite. We’re not saying you aren’t capable of installing it, but we have a few reasons why you shouldn’t install your own insulation.
Insulating your home offers many benefits. Two types of insulation, however, stand out among others because of the advantages you can experience from them. These include the blow-in-blanket system (BIBS) and the spray foam insulation, both of which A+ Insulation installs. The Good News on Blow-In-Blanket System Blow-in-blanket systems in Kansas City work because of the extremes … Continue reading Can Spray Foam or Blow-In-Blanket Insulation Work for Your Home?
The use of asbestos as insulation remains legal in the United States, albeit highly regulated, according to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, despite its proven link to lung cancer and mesothelioma and several failed attempts to implement laws against it. If you have asbestos in your home, you could be exposing your family to … Continue reading Does Your Home Have Traces of Asbestos? Here’s What You Should Do