Welcome to The Home Insulators of Pearl River
Thank you for taking time to visit our site to learn more about our home insulation products. We’ve been serving residents of Pearl River for many years now and many residents agree that we are the best home insulators in town. Did you know that poor insulation could be contributing to your high energy bills every month? Call us now and we will show you how.
Many homes in Pearl River have a lot to gain from a free energy audit to deal with the issue of insufficient insulation in older homes. If you call now, we can arrange for an energy auditor to visit your home. More than 50% of your energy expenses are most likely going to either air-conditioning or heating as a result of the spaces in your home’s insulation. One way of reducing your monthly energy bill is through upgrading your home insulation. Increasing energy efficiency in the home is one of the most cost-effective and simplest ways to reduce your energy expenditures. Call us now to book a slot with one of our friendly professional home energy auditors. We’re on call 7 days a week to answer any of your home insulation queries, so call us today!
One way of knowing how good insulation products are is by measuring their R-values. These R-values indicate an insulation material’s ability to resist heat transfer/heat loss. Homes in our area can benefit greatly from the use of products with high R-values because of the cold winters, humidity, and variable climate all through the 4 seasons. Heat moves towards the colder areas in the house like the basement or your unheated attic and eventually ends up lost outside. During the summer, we expect the opposite to happen, with hot air from outside moving into your cooler air-conditioned rooms. Improving your home’s insulation creates a great barrier against transfer of heat, making your home so much more comfortable and helping you save energy at the same time.
Types of Insulation
Types of insulation
We offer several different kinds of insulation products that can all work with any budget. We know it can be confusing to comprehend all the different options and that’s why our professionals work with you to choose the best product for your home and budget. Call us now for free in-home energy audit.
One of our energy specialists will visit your home and conduct a blower test. This easy process helps you determine which areas in the home have something to gain from new insulation. The specialist is likely to recommend one of the following kinds of home insulation products based on the outcome of the blower test:
Batts and rolls insulation
It is also known as blanket insulation. It is named so because it comes as a large roll that is cut and fitted in between spaces in your attic studs. Batt insulation/blanket insulation is usually made of rock wool, recycled paper, cellulose, or fiberglass. It is available in a range of R-values, and can be extremely cost-effective type of home insulation product. Nonetheless, we advise you to seek professional installation. Fiberglass can be difficult to work with, can cause skin irritation and other health issues if you handle it incorrectly. Improper installation can result in a loss of more than 50% of its efficiency as a result of gaps in coverage.
This is a type of insulation that is made up of tiny particles of recycled material; fiberglass, cellulose or rock wool. “Blown-in” represents the technique of applying it i.e. by blowing the material through a hose. This product works excellent in many different spaces in your home, together with unfinished attics, new or existing wall cavities, hard-to-reach areas and small spaces.
Rigid board insulation
This type of insulation product is made using rock wool or fiberglass, and usually comes in large, strong sheets that are hand cut to fit different spaces in your home. Rigid board insulation is a great alternative for new construction projects as well as unfinished walls or new roofs, and can also be molded around air ducts or pipes. If you’re thinking about a home addition or home remodel, call us today and we will give you a free quote on this product.
Spray foam insulation
This is most likely the best kind of home insulation product available for Pearl River homes. We are proud to offer our clients a high quality product that offers an unrivaled thermal and heat barrier. This product has the highest R-value in the market today. It is made of 2 different chemical materials that are mixed together, heated and then sprayed through a special hose. This totally bio-safe foam expands right away creating a seal with great insulation properties. The product can be used between joists and studs through the home, together with spaces in existing walls. We’ll drill a small hole into your wall, and then insert the spray to expand right through the wall. We’ll then patch the small hole so there’s no need for the dust and problems common with knocking down walls.
Why Spray Foam Insulation?
We always advise our clients to invest in spray foam insulation as the best quality product to raise energy efficiency in your home and make it more comfortable. Though spray foam is usually more expensive than other insulation products, it generally tends to pay for itself in less than 3 years. Other advantages of spray foam include:
-Improvement in air quality
-Reduced noise in the home thanks to the airtight seal
-High resale value
-Less pests and rodents
-Less allergen in the home
Call us today
If you are interested in improving your home insulation, as well as reducing your energy bills, give us a call today! Our specialists are the most dedicated, highly trained technicians in the field. If it’s anything to do with home insulation, we’ll get the job done. Call now for a free in-home energy audit or quote.
Pearl River, New York
Pearl River, 10965 is a hamlet in Orangetown, Rockland County, New York. It was initially known as Muddy Creek because a portion of it was made up of swamps and woods. No one knows how exactly the place came to be known as Pearl River. Some say it was because an old time businessman wanted to enhance its image while others say the name change was done to make the station sound appealing to railroad passengers. Some of the cities we serve include Orangeburg 10962, Palisades 10964, Sparkill 10976, and Tappan 10983.