in Lexington and Georgetown, KY
Don’t let poor insulation affect
the quality of your home.
Installing insulation in your attic, walls, or basement is a great way to add value to your home. It reduces energy consumption and keeps your indoor environment at a pleasant temperature.
But before installing new Cellulose, Fiberglass, Rockwool, or Spray Foam insulation, you’ll want to remove your existing dirty, deteriorating, compromised insulation.
A leaking roof can cause major insulation problems. Wet fiberglass within your wall cavity or in your attic loses its effectiveness. Left undetected, mold can develop on your insulation material and create health concerns. It’s best to replace compressed or contaminated insulating materials as soon as you discover them.
Inadequate or Poorly Installed Insulation
Installing insulation is a task best left to the professionals. But mistakes happen. Corners start to sag over time, creating bare spots, and some contractors simply don’t install enough installation to provide your desired results. Extracting the old insulation material and replacing it with something new provides an excellent solution to this problem.