Insulation, Replacement Windows, Doors for Home and Commercial
An energy-efficient home is important for several reasons. First, energy-efficient home costs less to heat and cool, which means you pay less with every energy bill. Next, a well insulated home is more comfortable year round for you and your family. Third, an energy-efficient home is more environmentally sound because fewer of the world’s resources will be used for heating and cooling. And, last, an energy-efficient home has greater resale value. You can learn more about the benefits of proper insulation and air sealing here, and about the benefits of energy-efficient windows here.
Rely on CARROLL Insulation & Window Co., Inc. for these services and products for your building or renovation project:
- Residential & Commercial Insulation
- Insulation for Attics, Walls, Floors
- Blown In Blanket
- Wet Spray Walls
- Cellulose Spray
- Spray Foam Insulation
- Metal Building Insulation
- Insulation Removal
- Attic Ventilation
- Replacement & Storm Windows
- Storm & Patio Doors
- Glass Replacement
- Fogged Window Replacement
Carroll Insulation is proud to use CertainTeed InsulSafe SP insulation, which improves energy efficiency and reduces energy consumption in new and existing homes. It is estimated that 80 million existing homes are under-insulated, which could mean they are experiencing substantial heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer – straining HVAC equipment and wasting money.
Installing thermally efficient InsulSafe SP fiber glass insulation is one of the most cost-effective energy conservation measures you can take. Because it is blown in, it covers every nook and cranny in your attic. And it can be quickly, cleanly and easily installed right over your current attic insulation.
InsulSafe SP is manufactured with no formaldehyde and is GREENGUARD Children & Schools certified for superior indoor air quality, confirming that emissions of formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), respirable particles and other pollutants are below established standards.
Every material resists the flow of heat but some are more efficient insulators than others. The most common types of insulation are fiber glass, rock wool, and cellulose, with fiber glass being by far the most preferred material. It is thermally efficient and will last the life of your home without settling or deteriorating with age.
InsulSafe SP Benefits
- One-time investment delivers savings of up to 20% on monthly energy bills every year
- Will not rot, decay, or corrode
- Maintains R-Value and won’t settle
- Excellent sound control for a quieter home
- GREENGUARD Children & School certified – third party certification for indoor air quality
- Contains recycled materials
- Heating and cooling equipment operates more efficiently in a properly insulated home