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Heating and Air Conditioning Fiberglass Insulation Services in Jacksonville
Why Attic Insulation?
There isn’t a more cost-effective way to instantly improve the efficiency and overall comfort in your home than attic insulation. If you’re looking for ways to ease to load on your AC unit, drop your electrical consumption and improve the overall comfort of your home, attic insulation may just be what you’re looking for. Getting new attic insulation is like putting a blanket over your home to keep the heat out during the Summer months and keep it inside, where it belongs, all Winter long.
…”we immediately saw a big difference when the first electric bill came, the lowest it’s been since we purchased the home. Thank you Waychoff’s!”
The price of energy isn’t slowing down anytime soon, so it’s time to invest in insulation now to save money later. Attic insulation aids in reducing the loss of heat through the ceilings to help homeowners utilize every ounce of energy within their home.
The savings on air conditioning bills will be noticeable as the insulation keeps heat and cold air where it belongs. Don’t miss out on saving energy and money by contacting Waychoff’s AC today.
Waychoff’s Insulation Offers These Benefits:
- Fantastic Acoustics – Reduce echoing throughout the house with proper insulation.
- Inexpensive Costs – Reduce your bills each month following installation.
- Noncorrosive – Nontoxic for your home and your family.
- Nonabsorbent – Lowers the risk of mold growing by keeping water vapor to a minimum.
- Noncombustible – System won’t catch fire in the case of such an event.
- Durable – If an R-38 is mounted in your home, insulation isn’t a necessity later on.
- Easy to Maneuver – Securely and precisely installed in your home.
- Thermally Proficient – Cut away all the heat loss with attic protection.
What does R-value mean?
R-value is the amount of heat resistance that insulation can withstand. The higher the value, the higher the effectivity of insulation. Based on the test process established by the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM), several insulating materials are given their R-value. The values are determined by many factors, including type, thickness, and weight per square foot.