In Florida Senez is insulation
Slash your energy costs
It’s time to take action
Is your home more than 10 years old? There’s a good chance it’s not as well insulated as it should be. Not having enough insulation results in major energy loss and, whether you realize it or not, your home is constantly leaking energy – especially out of the attic.
Since energy costs are only continuing to rise, it’s a smart idea to protect your home against these rising expenses. A well insulated home can significantly reduce the cost of utility bills throughout the year. We want to help you save money, not throw it away. That’s why we install insulation using the Owens Corning AttiCat® Expanding Blown-in Insulation System. It’s one of the fastest, easiest, and most affordable ways to save on energy.
Act today and start saving tomorrow!
The insulating performance of all insulation products is measured by a common standard referred to as the R-value. R-value measures resistance to heat flow and is usually determined by the thickness of the insulation. The higher the R-value, the greater the insulating power. By adding insulation to your attic you can:
Save up to 20% on your home’s heating and cooling energy costs by insulating and air sealing.*
Earn a 30% tax credit up to $1500.**
Increase the comfort of your home, especially during the extreme heat of summer and the bitter cold of winter.
Increase your homes resale value.
Enjoy a worry-free experience. Leave the installation to us.
Go with us and you’ll receive guaranteed reliable insulation and quality work, all backed by a name you can trust. But that’s not all, we also offer:
Total project management of the insulation installation.
Recommendation on the proper levels of insulation for your attic.
Installation of top-quality products that meet and exceed industry standards.
A worry-free experience.
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the heat and cold out of your home with AttiCat®!
*Savings will vary depending on your location and weather conditions. Calculations of energy savings based on a 1700-sq-ft., single-story home, with base case insulation and air leakage levels equivalent to the average home built in 1965. Reference data sources include the U.S Department of Commerce and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBL) “Energy Savers Program.” A summary of the calculation details is available upon request.
**For qualified energy-efficient improvements, refer to the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009 and check with your accountant or the IRS for further details on how to claim your tax credit.
†Homeowner Segmentation Study, Smith-Dahmer, 2005.