Home Insulation

Your home insulation choices deserve some careful attention. After all, you'll be living with this decision for as long as you own your Michigan home! That's why it's important to choose the right, most qualified home insulation contractor.

Unfortunately, most homeowners assume that all home insulation performs the same and are content to let the installation price serve as the determining factor in making their decision. However, there are many factors to consider, including fire safety, the environmental impact, sound control, energy savings and comfort.

While home insulation will remain hidden from view, a "lowest bid" choice may have you paying for a cheap insulation job for as long as you live in your home. The key to getting the most value for your money is having your insulation installed by insulation contractors that are knowledgeable, conscientious and thorough.

Home Insulation Services from Applegate

Schedule a free home insulation estimate today to see just how affordable our home insulation services are, and how much it can save you. Simply put, your home was most likely not constructed with energy efficiency in mind. Therefore, insulation may be quite necessary, new home or not. Even if your home is insulated, adding insulation could still be beneficial. Of course, our experts can look for such during your free insulation estimate. Give us a call today!

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Keeping your home the right temperature can be tricky business. Houses built during the early 20th century might not have had insulation installed correctly, if at all. Also, older forms of insulation might need upgrading in your home. Let's go through the process of how Applegate can help you increase your home's energy efficiency and keep your home at the right temperature throughout the year.

What Type of Insulation Will I Need to Be Installed?

The R-value of the insulation is its resistance to heat flow. The type of insulation will be determined by your area of Michigan and what part of the house you are insulating. The R-value of insulation ranges from 0 to 50 and higher. Lower R-values are more appropriate for warmer climates. For areas around Lansing, Applegate will likely recommend an R-value in he 40 to 50 range, to help with Michigan's harsh winter weather.

How Do I Know If Need Insulation In My Home?

Before you call Applegate, it is easy to check if you need insulation in your home. If you see insulation, you can pull a small piece off to determine the type. Also, check multiple areas throughout the house. Older areas of your home might not have insulation or the insulation might not be the right type. Also check open areas in your attic to see how much insulation, if any, might need to be added. Give Applegate a call, and we'll take it from here.

Old houses can be drafty places. Warm air can leak from virtually all areas of your home. Chimney with broken dampers are common. The biggest area where heat exchange occurs is in the attic. Since heat rises, it is common for heat to escape through poorly insulated attic spaces.

Applegate, Michigan's Trusted Name in Home Comfort

Give Applegate a call today about your home insulation needs. We have been in business since 1952 and are your trusted insulation and home comfort experts. It might also be a good time to look at your other heating, cooling, and electrical needs. We are happy to help and we'll be out in no time to make sure that the job gets done right.

Providing furnace repair, insulation installation and heating and cooling services to these mid-Michigan communities:

  • Bath
  • Brighton
  • Charlotte
  • Dansville
  • DeWitt
  • Dimondale
  • East Lansing
  • Eaton Rapids
  • Fowlerville
  • Grand Ledge
  • Haslett
  • Holt
  • Howell
  • Laingsburg
  • Lansing
  • Leslie
  • Mason
  • Okemos
  • Potterville
  • Perry
  • St. Johns
  • Stockbridge
  • Vermontville
  • Webberville
  • Williamston