Spray Foam Insulation Job site.
Before Spray Foam Insulation.
After Spray Foam Insulation.
Before cellulose Insulation.
Heat always moves away from areas of more heat to areas with less heat. That’s why heat moves inside your home during the summer – making rooms hot – and moves outside your home in winter – making rooms cold. To combat this temperature flow, your air conditioner or heater turns on to “push back” on nature’s home intrusions. The best way to limit this problem is, of course, complete insulation coverage throughout your home, including the basement, attic, walls and any crawl spaces.
Get Green can scientifically locate any under-insulated areas in your home during an energy audit. With your consultation and approval, we can then professionally install the best type of insulation solution(s) for your needs, including:
Important aspects of energy-efficient insulation are that it is thick, dry and installed without gaps or voids. The U.S. Department of Energy provides “R-values” (resistance to heat flow) for insulation, and we ensure we provide the thickness and coverage required to achieve the highest R-value measurements possible. Please note that Get Green believes strongly in Property Performance Improvement (PPI) and so ONLY provides home & attic insulation contractor services as part of a complete home energy audit package. Our goal is to provide you with a more comfortable, healthier home while significantly decreasing your energy bills. A full-service energy audit/retrofit is the only way we can achieve this goal.
FREE Retest Following Our Retrofit
Once our certified technicians retrofit your home and attic with proper amounts and types of insulation, we will retest your home free of charge. You will see for yourself how much more comfortable each room is, and how less-frequently your heating and cooling equipment turns off and on. And you will enjoy a lower monthly energy bill for many years to come!
Start saving by scheduling your Home Energy Audit today! Give us a call at 914-213-0353.
After cellulose Insulation.
Another before cellulose Insulation.
After cellulose Insulation with baffles.