Welcome to The Home Insulators of Haverstraw
The Home Insulators of Haverstraw is a home insulation company based in Haverstraw, New York. We have been serving this community for decades now and have helped many homeowners lower their energy bills by half. There is no magic involved. We simply show up, test your home to see how much air and moisture are leaking in and out, and if beneficial, recommend a quality insulation product at no-obligation. Call one of our friendly energy auditors right now to schedule your in-home energy audit.
More than 50% of the money you spend on your utility bills is probably going to air-conditioning or heating. One way you can reduce your monthly energy bill by a big margin would be to upgrade your insulation. Raising energy efficiency in the home is one of the simplest and most lucrative ways to lower your energy bills. Call us to book an appointment with one of our friendly energy auditors.
An R-value is an indication of an insulation material’s ability to resist heat loss and heat transfer. Laws in physics state that heat usually moves towards colder areas such as the attic or basement, and finally seeps outdoors. During the warm season, heat moves indoors to your air-conditioned rooms. Quality home insulation blocks unnecessary heat transfer, thus making your home comfortable and saves energy at the same time.
Types of Insulation
We offer our Haverstraw residents numerous types of home insulation products. It can be confusing to grasp all the different options available, but we can help you choose the best product suited for your home and budget.
One of our friendly energy auditors will come and conduct a blower test in your home. This test helps our technicians determine which areas in the home could largely benefit from improved insulation. Our auditor may then recommend a certain type of insulation product based on the results of the blower test. The following may be up for consideration:
*Batts and rolls insulation,
It is also known as blanket insulation. It is called “blanket” because it comes in a large roll that is cut and fit in various spaces in the home such as your attic studs. This type of insulation is made of rock wool, cellulose, fiberglass, or recycled paper. It has different R-values, and can be a good cost-effective solution. Nevertheless, we suggest you ask a professional to help with installation. Materials like fiberglass can cause skin irritation, can be dangerous to work with, and can cause other severe health issues if not handled properly. Also, if it is installed improperly, it can lose more than 50% of its effectiveness thanks to the gaps in coverage.
This is a type of home insulation product made up of particles such as recycled material cellulose, rock wool or fiberglass. It is named according to its application technique- blowing the material through a specialized hose. This product works well in different spaces such as small spaces, areas that are hard to reach, new or existing wall cavities and unfinished attics.
*Rigid board insulation
This one is made of rock wool or fiberglass and comes in sturdy, large sheets that are cut by hand to fit a variety of spaces in your home. Rigid board insulation is a great option for construction projects just starting out including unfinished walls or new roofs, and can also be molded around air ducts or pipes. If you are thinking about a home remodel, call us today to get a free quote on rigid board insulation.
*Spray foam insulation
This is the best type of insulation on market for old and new homes. We are proud to offer Haverstraw residents with this quality product that guarantees an incomparable heat and thermal barrier. These insulation products have the highest R-value in the market. Spray foam is made of two different chemical materials that are mixed, heated and finally sprayed through a special hose. The bio-safe foam expands at once and creates an airtight seal with exceptional insulation properties. Spray foam is good for use between joists and studs all over the home, and is good for use in existing walls. The spray foam is inserted in a drilled hole in the wall and expands behind the wall. The small hole will then be patched, eliminating the dust and difficulty associated with knocking down walls.
Why Spray Foam Insulation?
We recommend spray foam insulation as the best choice for your home insulation needs. You will find that this type of insulation is more expensive, but tends to pay for itself in less than 3 years of purchase. We say yes to spray foam because it not only makes the home more comfortable, but also increases energy efficiency. You will find a drastic change in your energy bills once you have spray foam insulation. Our experts can install this product for you in a day.
Call us now for a free quote.
Other benefits of spray foam are:
*no more pests and rodents
*high re-sale value
*Improvement in air filtration meaning cleaner air in the home
*No more allergens in your home
*A quiet home insulated against the noise from outside
Call us today
We promise our clients quality products that have been thoroughly tested. Our staff is dedicated toward helping you enjoy your home better. We will give you all the information you need on any type of insulation product. Call us now for a free in-home energy audit.
Haverstraw, New York, 10927 is a town in Rockland County, New York. Its name comes from the Dutch word Haverstroo which means “oats straw”. The region has rich history. It was first explored by Henry Hudson in 1609. It was bought from the natives in 1666 and patented in 1671. It served as an important territory during the American Revolution. It was one of the lookouts for British activities during the time. It was also during the American Revolution that the Commander in Chief at the time, George Washington occupied the Belmont House (then known as the Treason House. Other notable figures that have graced the city include Aaron Burr, Marquis de Lafayettte, Henry Lee, etc. Some of its villages include Pomona 10970, Stony Point 10980, Grassy Point 10984, Bear Mountain 10911, Garnerville 10923, Thiells 10984, Tompkins Cove 10986.