Idaho Attic Insulation
Saving You Money on Your Utility Bills
In most cases your attic is where you want to focus when it comes to improving the insulation in your home. The type of insulation you use – and how you have it installed – will have a big effect on how successful your energy optimization is.
Here’s how Idaho HEO approaches our jobs:
- Our professionals focus on value to you, the homeowner. It isn’t about selling you a lot of material that is supposed to increase insulation value. It’s about adding just the right amount of material in just the right places. With our experience in all types of Treasure Valley area homes, rest assured that we’ll provide you with the best return on your insulation investment.
- We provide measurable results. Comfort is important, but so is saving money on your monthly utility bills. You’ll know when you compare this year’s annual bills to last year’s that we did the job right!
- We pride ourselves on being thorough and efficient while at your home. Idaho HEO is tactical in our job planning. It is a phased operation often done in one day; we don’t stop the job so everyone can take a one-hour lunch-break at your expense! We arrive with plenty of material and technicians, completing your job quickly and cleanly. We won’t stick around for supper!
Before installing new attic insulation, it’s usually a good idea to remove the old material. By doing so, you’ll also reduce exposure to rodents, insects, harmful dust and other contaminants. Our attic insulation professionals in the Treasure Valley can complete the work in just 1 day as part of a typical re-insulation job. We can even clean up mold or mildew stains while re-insulating your home.
The benefits of air sealing are immediate. Your home will enjoy healthier indoor air quality – it will be cleaner, quieter and safer, and your rooms may enjoy more consistent temps with your thermostat. You’ll also save money on your energy bill.
Is your house not getting cool enough during the summer or losing too much heat during the winter? Most people attribute these things to a faulty HVAC unit, but you might be surprised to learn that one of the leading contributors to reduced energy efficiency is actually related to not having proper home insulation. If the insulation in your home isn’t adequate, the air you are spending money to heat or cool will escape (usually through the attic). You might as well be tossing money out the window! Most homeowners will save an average of about 20% on their monthly energy bills by installing proper insulation in their homes, making the cost of the insulation installation eventually pay for itself.