Duct Seal: Sealing of the seams and leaking areas in ductwork will keep the heat in and the dirt and dust out of your ducts.
Duct insulation: Old ductwork often has poor or missing insulation. Sometimes it was never installed or it has been damaged of the years by workers in the attic or crawlspace or damage from water or rodents. We can pull of the old insulation and wrap the ducts with new insulation. When done during a duct seal some homes can save up to 30% on there heating bills.
Attic insulation: This is the fastest, easiest and least expensive way to improve your homes energy usage. A crew will go into your attic and spray in new insulation right over the old stuff and get your home up to the current code in just a few hours.
Crawl Spaces: Tired of cold floors? Maybe your floors are not insulated in the crawl space.
Vapor barriers: Keep the moisture out of your crawl space by adding a new heavy thick layer of plastic over the damp floor of your crawl. It will be so clean you will be able to use it for storage afterwards.
Several of these options qualify for utility and tax rebates.