Installation Repair

When you are experiencing higher than normal energy bills one solution can be to inspect and possibly repair or install new insulation. Much of the heat and cooling of you’re home relies on the efficiency of your homes insulation. One of the main culprits in insulation damage are mice and rats. They can do major damage to your insulation and they can leave behind health hazards for you and your family. Customers know they can trust the experts at NRG Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. to disinfect, repair and or replace residential insulation.

At NRG Heating & Air Conditioning Inc, we offer insulation replacement, insulation repairs, and insulation installations. If your insulation has been damaged by a water leak or contaminated by critters you can trust the experts at NRG Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. to repair, replace or install new insulation in your home.

 

NRG Heating & Air Conditioning Inc offers:

  • Installation of Cellulous Attic Insulation
  • Installation of Spray Foam Insulation open and closed cell
  • R-30 & R19 Insulation
  • We Service Residential, Commercial, & Light Industrial
  • We Garantee all work for one year
  • We serve a 150 mile radius, further away on a case by case basis
  • We Offer the best brands including Owens Comings & Green Fiber

The Insulation Services We Offer Include:

R30 Insulation, Blow Insulation, Insulation Repair, Cellulose Insulation, Blown-in Insulation, Rolled-in Insulation, Insulation Removal, Insulation Installation, Popcorn Ceiling Asbestos Removal, Popcorn Ceiling Repair, Asbestos Testing for Popcorn Ceilings.

According to the US Department of Energy:

State and local building codes typically include minimum insulation requirements, but your energy-efficient home will likely exceed those mandates. To optimize energy efficiency, you should also consider the interaction between the insulation and other building components. This strategy is known as the whole-house systems design approach. If you would like to maximize the energy efficiency of your new home, consider ultra-efficient home design.
It is more cost-effective to add insulation during construction than to retrofit it after the house is finished. To properly insulate a new home, you’ll need to know where to insulate and the recommended R-values for each of those areas. Use the Home Energy Saver tool to determine where you need to insulate and the recommended R-values based on your climate, type of heating and cooling system, etc. Once you know where you need to insulate and the recommended R-values, review our information on the types of insulation to help you decide what type to use and where. Before you insulate a new home, you also need to properly air seal it and consider moisture control.
In most climates, you will save money and energy when you build a new home or addition if you install a combination of cavity insulation and insulation sheathing. Reduce exterior wall leaks by taping the joints of exterior sheathing and caulking and sealing exterior walls. Cavity insulation can be installed at levels up to R-15 in a 2 inch x 4 inch wall and up to R-21 in a 2 inch x 6 inch wall.
Consider products that provide both insulation and structural support, such as structural insulated panels (SIPs), and masonry products like insulating concrete forms. You should consider attic or roof radiant barriers (in hot climates), reflective insulation, and foundation insulation for new home construction. Call NRG Heating and Air Conditioning Inc today at 800-775-7961 and let us help provide you with the expert customer service you deserve.
 At NRG Heating & Air Conditioning Inc, we offer insulation replacement, insulation repairs, and insulation installations. If your insulation has been damaged by a water leak or contaminated by critters you can trust the experts at NRG Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. to repair, replace or install new insulation in your home.