Concerned about saving on energy bills while heating or cooling your home or business? Spray foam insulation offers a permanent solution to reduce your energy bills (several times over) without breaking the bank.
Spray foam insulation is a smart and efficient way to save up to 40-50% on your overall energy use.
Spray foam insulation is a cutting edge insulation method that uses spray-applied material for insulating entire buildings. Spray foam seals cracks, gaps and all the hidden spaces within a home. In practical terms, it makes a building more energy efficient and super comfortable (warm or cool depending on your preference per time).
If properly installed, spray foam insulation has a lifespan of a lifetime. So, even though it’s more expensive than other insulation types, you invest once and then enjoy the benefits over and over, year after year – in reduced energy bills.
If your end goal is to drastically reduce your home’s energy ‘burn rate,’ month after month – then Krieger Thermodynamics is your go-to attic insulation contractor.
Naturally, hot air is easily conducted or transferred from the attic to your home (if nothing stands in its way), making you spend much more on cooling. Fortunately, spray foam attic insulation keeps the attic cool all day, resulting in a cooler, comfier home.
Unlike traditional insulation techniques that invite unpleasant ‘visitors’ (e.g., pests and mice) into your home, foam insulation keeps bugs and mice away – unless of course, you let them in through the front door!
Spray foam insulation keeps sound in check or right where they belong. It does this successfully by taking off the main component that sound needs to escape – air.
The most common insulation materials are fiberglass, cellulose and spray foam. Home insulation types include any of the above materials in the form of loose-fill, batts, rolls, foam board, spray foam and radiant barriers.
Fiberglass: Traditional fiberglass insulation can start falling from batts after 15 to 20 years, so if your insulation was installed in batts well over a decade ago, it might be time for an inspection.
We make sure your spray foam insulation is installed properly so you will never have to worry about it again!
Cellulose: This type of insulation does degrade over time. The typical lifespan is 20 to 30 years, with degradation beginning as early as 15 years after installation. Severe weather or outside interference can reduce the lifespan. Again, if it’s been a while since yours was installed.
Even if you just want to have us come in for an estimate, it’s always a good time to consider an upgrade. Spray foam can last the entire lifespan of your home.
Give us a call now. Our team is ready to schedule yours!