Save Money When You Install Attic Insulation with Tri-County Heating & Air Conditioning
Think Green! The use of blown-in attic insulation is beginning to become more popular everyday. Our experts know the reason being is the fact that it is so simple to put in! This is particularly true if you are attempting to retrofit a home with insulating material (after it has already been constructed). You will not need to do substantial tearing out of walls or ceilings or flooring surfaces, and all that is really required is enough of an opening for equipment to insert a flexible tube to blow in the insulating material.
Types of Blown-In Attic Insulation
True Comfort® by Certainteed®: True Comfort is a very “green” option for blown insulation. It is created from recycled material, so it is environmentally friendly during the manufacturing process and it makes your home far more energy efficient – plus it saves you money on your utility bills.
These insulating materials are extremely cost-effective and safe, and are rated as a Class I fire safety material. The material is blown in by drilling a hole, pumping the insulating material in, and then sealing the opening. It is a very simple process for our professional insulation installers to take care of!
Loose-Fill Fiberglass: This is fiberglass that is made from glass that is spun into fibers. It is installed using a blowing machine, and it is often placed inside of attics and inside of wall cavities.
Communities We Service
West Lake Hills
Testimonials From People Just Like You!
My wife and I bought a 30 year old home in Lakeway last June – 2500 sq. ft. – one heat pump was original to the house and the other was 8 years old. Our first electric bill was $288 and the temperature outside never topped 85 degrees.
We called Pete and Nancy the next day and Pete arrived at 8 am the next morning. We replaced the older system with a new heat pump and air handler – SEER 15. Pete examined our newer system and said the air handler was fine but the outside unit should be replaced for higher efficiency – we upgraded it to 15 SEER as well.
We followed his recommendations and also had insulation blown into the ceiling. The result – each electric bill since the work was done has been less than the previous one. Our most recent bill was $118 and we were still using the AC most of the days in the billing cycle.
Pete and Nancy are are honest and hard working and professional – an unbeatable combination in my book!John T. Austin, TX, Yelp Review