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AMBER, I WILL MAKE GRAPHICS THAT ARE CONSISTANT WITH THE WEBSITE STYLE. I WANT TO MAKE SOMETHING LIKE THIS.
i HAVE VARIOUS ELEMENTS HERE THAT i THINK WORKS.
WE JUST HAVE TO DEVELOP THE PAGE AND WHAT WE WANT IN IT.
Is Roof Insulation the Right Thing to Do?
Have you ever looked at your winter heating bill and wondered why its so high? Have you ever wondered why it cost so much to cool your home in the Sumer time?
Its All due to POOR INSULATION.
-Did you know up to 25 percent of heat loss is from poor roof insulation.
-Did you know trapped summer time heat in your roof escalates your cooling bill up to 30 percent and strains you Air Conditioner?
As a home owner, seeing is believing. Whats even more staggering is that the solution is so affordable in comparitive terms.
Imagine not where a coat outside on a cold winters day. Now imagine how warm you feel as soon as you put on something on. That's exactly whats happening to your house.
Mike uses blown-in loose-fill insulation which includes cellulose, fiberglass, or rock wool in the form of loose fibers or fiber pellets that are blown using pneumatic equipment. This form of insulation can be used in wall cavities. It is also appropriate for unfinished attic floors, for irregularly shaped areas, and for filling in around obstructions.
We also install blankets, in the form of batts or rolls, which are flexible products made from mineral fibers, including fiberglass or rock wool. They are available in widths suited to standard spacings of wall studs and attic or floor joists. We hand-cut and trimmed to fit wherever the joist spacing is non-standard (such as near windows, doors, or corners), or where there are obstructions in the walls (such as wires, electrical outlet boxes, or pipes).
We provided batts with or without vapor-retarder facings as well as batts with a special flame-resistant facing are available in various widths for between the studs where the insulation will be left exposed.
The product material Mike uses have a great R-Value return (thermal resistance) which resists the heat loss. High R-value means a greater insulating effectiveness.
Note from Illian, Amber I dont want it to look like a book, so this all can be cut down. I think its more important to have pictures of the various loose blown insultation and give a sens of pricing for square meter. Just visually make this page look inviting and informati´ve and selling the idea of how they will be saving alot.
GET A FREE QOUTE FROM MIKE.
There’s also no better way to assess your concern than to call the expert and get a FREE reliable evaluation. Mike can do that for you!
Call us and Amber would be happy answer your questions and set up a time that suits your schedule where Mike can come to your home and check things out in person.