Our high-quality insulation can help lower your winter heating and summer cooling energy bills.1 Installation is trouble-free and gives your home the maximum possible efficiency and protection.
Insulation degrades over time, increasing the wear and tear on your A/C and heater. Our insulation helps your home stand up to heat and cold, lowering your heating and cooling costs. It can be installed on top of existing insulation or on its own. Also, it could qualify you for eligible state tax credits or possible utility company rebates.
Terminix® attic insulation is made from 85% recycled materials and is ENERGY STAR® certified,2 flame retardant and able to reduce noise.
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Drafts, cold floors, fluctuating temperatures and high utility bills could be signs that your home’s insulation is insufficient. Take comfort. Terminix Attic Insulation Service will keep excess heat and cold in its place – outside your home.
Traditional fiberglass insulation has inherent gaps and degrades over time, causing your home to lose valuable heat in winter and gain unwanted heat in summer. That forces your heating and air conditioning systems to work harder and keeps your family members from enjoying the comfort they deserve.
Your attic insulation will reward you for years to come, providing protection against excessive heat transfer and high utility costs.
The primary purpose of insulation is to help keep the inside of your home at your desired temperature while using the least amount of energy. Resistance-Value (R-value) is one way of measuring insulation’s efficiency.
Your Terminix insulation technician will apply cellulose insulation on top of your existing insulation or as a replacement. It takes less of our cellulose insulation to achieve the desired R-value than it does batted or blown-in fiberglass insulation. High efficiency. High satisfaction.
1 Savings vary and depend on home’s current insulation, home and system efficiency, and products purchased.
2 ENERGY STAR® is a registered trademark owned by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. ENERGY STAR® products are third-party certified by an EPA-recognized Certification Body. Products that earn the ENERGY STAR® prevent greenhouse gas emissions by meeting strict energy guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Consumer Affairs rating, as reported on 11/29/2016.