FAQ

FAQ

General insulation questions for home and business owners in Windham, ME

Whether you’re looking to insulate an existing home or looking for suggestions on the best way to insulate youre future dream home, we've got you covered. For any additional inquires, feel free to call us at (855) 334-7540.

Q: What does R-value mean?

A: R-value is a unit of measurement that measures the restriction of heat loss. The higher the R-value number, the more effective the material will be. 

Q: If this was your house/business what would you use for insulation materials?

A: Every job has its own challenges and unique set of circumstances. Call Dan, and when he takes a look at your situation, you can be sure that we will make a strong recommendation, with options available.

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Q: How does insulation work?

A: Insulation stops heat from transferring throughout a home or building, thus making it more energy efficient. This means your home will stay warm in the winter and cooler in the summer, all while saving you money.

Q: How much insulation do I need to install?

A: Well, that depends on a few different factors, the biggest two being the age of your home and the climate zone you live in. The amount of insulation you need to install will also depend on things like the type of heating and cooling system you have, the areas of your home you need to insulate, etc. Call to talk to one of our salesman to discuss your options.

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Q: How much does insulation save?

A: According to the U.S. Department of Energy, you can save about 45 percent on your heating and cooling costs. 

Q: What areas of my home should be insulated?

A: Your ceilings, attic, outside walls, basement walls, porches, floors, unheated spaces and many other nooks and crannies in your home or office building will all benefit from insulation. 

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