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Insulation

90% of American homes are under-insulated, According to Energy Star.*
(*Compared to 2006 IECC standards, Source: Boston University and NAIMA)

Even if your home was insulated correctly when it was built, insulation tends to settle over time, getting thinner and far less effective. When it fails, it can cause multiple problems in your home. Common signs include high energy bills, drafts, animal infestations, ice dams, big indoor temperature fluctuations and uneven temperatures.

Upgrading insulation is one of the top ways to cut energy bills and boost your home comfort.

Home Insulation UpgradesBenefits of new insulation:

  • Lower utility bills
  • Healthier indoor environment
  • Greater home comfort
  • Lower environmental impact
  • Less indoor noise
  • Reduced use of heating and cooling equipment

We can determine if your insulation needs to be replaced and which areas are the highest priority. In some cases, incentives can save you money on this home performance upgrade.

Spray Foam

A continuous layer of insulation

spray foam installationBecause this insulation can go where other types of insulation can't reach, it is very effective in sealing cracks and insulating around irregularly shaped building elements. Spray foam creates a continuous layer of insulation for even temperatures throughout your home.

Even little gaps in insulation may have a huge impact on your home’s envelope and comfort. Our attention to detail eliminates such gaps, improving your home’s comfort for many years to come.

Cellulose

Green, quiet, and effective

cellulose blow-in insulation

We often use cellulose insulation around building elements such as pipes and wiring. This non-toxic insulation also dampens noise betweens floors and walls, for a quieter home.

Cellulose insulation contains recycled paper, making this a green home product. It is also a good choice in Northern Illinois, because it is both durable and resistant to mold growth, for healthier indoor air.

Air Sealing

Keep the outside air out

air sealing around can lights

Most houses have significant leaks, and according to ENERGY STAR, all the leaks, gaps and holes in an average home’s building envelope are equivalent to having a window open every day of the year. Imagine all the energy that may be leaking out of your home!

Outside air can leak into your home through windows, doors, outside walls, and other openings. Leaks waste energy, raise your energy bills, and degrade home comfort. A well-sealed and insulated home has significantly lower energy bills and a lower environmental impact.

Want to reduce home energy use? Call Greenlink Energy Solutions today to get started on insulating your home.

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