Insulation R-values can give you a better idea of the quality of the insulation that you are getting for your Ft. Meade, FL home.
Here in Florida, we have degrees to measure heat, we have gallons to measure water, and SPF to determine how long we can stay outside, but did you know the insulation in your home has a measurement value, as well? Simply put, insulation R-values are the measurement of an insulation material’s ability to slow the transfer of heat. Because insulation works by slowing the transfer of heat, insulation R-values can give you a better idea of the quality of the insulation that you are getting for your home. As a general rule, the higher the insulation R-value, the better the insulation will be able to resist air flow.
At Polk County Insulation, we have been in business for many years now and understand our insulation R-values frontwards and backwards. We can determine what size, type and amount of material will work best to fit your property and your budget. When we do an estimate for your home, we will go one step further with our insulation R-values by measuring not only what will be most effective, but also taking into account the environment in which you live. We will account for humidity levels, average temperatures, and other weather factors when deciding on what type or types of insulation will be best for your Ft. Meade, Florida home. We strive to go one step further than our competitors to ensure that our customers will be pleased with their newly insulated home.
If you want to know what the best insulation R-values will be for your home, please call our experts here at Polk County Insulation for a free estimate.