Attics and Crawlspaces

Reduce your costs with proper insulation in attics and crawlspaces

We know you want to save money, save energy and feel comfortable in your home and business, but did you know that insulation can help you accomplish all three goals?


Eighty percent of all homes, for instance, built in the last thirty years don’t have enough insulation. Most experts agree that, by adding the proper amount of insulation, you can reduce your heating and cooling costs by up to 20%.


The best news is that insulation is inexpensive, and the energy savings can quickly make up for the investment.


According to the Environmental Protection Agency, homes in middle Tennessee should have an attic R-value of between R-38 and R-60. If your attic’s R-value is less than 38, you probably need more insulation. (R-value is a measure of thermal resistance of a substance.  The term is most commonly applied to measure the amount of insulation.)


Adding insulation is one of the best steps you can take to achieve long-term savings and efficiency for a lifetime.  Call us today, and we can measure the amount of insulation in your home or business and will give you a free estimate at the same time.


Most homeowners view their crawl space as that creepy area in the basement that is fertile ground for horror movies. However, when sealed the right way, your crawl space can be a dry, safe place to store the overflow of old yearbooks from your basement. But if you’re like many homeowners, your crawl space is currently damp and possibly moldy.