Are you tired of high energy bills that seem to drain your wallet every month? Have you wondered what you could possibly do to lower those bills? Have you tried all of the regular cost-cutting measures, such as purchasing energy efficient appliances, using high efficiency lighting, turning off the lights when you leave a room, and unplugging appliances when not in use? If you think that you’ve tried everything to no avail, we suggest having an insulation contractor come in and assess the insulation in your home.
Insufficient or improperly installed insulation can be a major factor that leads to higher energy costs, and it can even lead to the growth of mold in moist areas. What does insulation have to do with energy costs and mold growth? The truth is that insulation is designed to limit the transfer of energy from the inside of your home to the outside. Different types of insulation have different levels of energy transfer control.
When you contact our insulation contractor to come and take a look at your home, we can tell you if you have adequate insulation and where insulation could be improved. We are familiar with different types of insulation including: batting insulation, fiberglass insulation, and blow-in insulation. As we assess your insulation needs, we can provide you with suggestions and solutions for insulation that will assist in controlling the transfer of energy and humidity levels, thus reducing your chances of overusing your air conditioner or finding unpleasant mold growth.
If you are interested in insulating your home, contact us at Polk County Insulation. We would be glad to send a certified insulation contractor to meet your needs.