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Insulation Installation

The insulation in your home contributes to the overall comfort as well as the energy and money savings each month

Attic InsulationEnhance The Comfort Of Your Home And Your Budget With Blown In Insulation

Insulation? What “R” You Talking About?

No matter what season, you want to be sure that your home’s heating and cooling is doing its job efficiently. Unfortunately, your attic may not be helping out when it comes to keeping your bills low. Adding insulation is a cost effective way to make your home more comfortable year-round.

Old Insulation Costing You?

As attic insulation wears down, it becomes compressed and can no longer function the way it was designed to. Homes constructed more than a decade ago probably don’t meet the U.S. Department of Energy’s Thermal Resistance (R Value) guidelines for insulation. Homes with faulty insulation can lose heat in the winter and gain heat in the summer, wasting precious energy dollars and natural resources.

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When F.H. Furr installs new insulation, an Energy Specialist will check your attic to see if the tops of your joists are visible. If so, adding blown attic insulation from the typical 5” to 18” (R-15 to R-38 or R-49) can save you up to 20% on your heating and cooling energy bills. By properly insulating your attic space, you can be sure that the heated or cooled air that pumps into your home, stays in your home!

Types of Insulation

There are several types of insulation products, the most common being fiberglass, rock wool, and cellulose. Flexible products made from mineral fibers, such as fiberglass and rock wool are available in widths suited to standard wall studs and attic floor joists.

Conserving Energy

This use of energy represents 21% of the national total and includes the significant demand for electricity and natural gas. With increasing energy prices continuing to rise, it’s a good idea to make sure that your home is using the least amount of energy possible. Upgrading the insulation in your attic will allow your heating and cooling system to use much less power, simply by sealing off your attic from the rest of the home. By adding insulation and being sure that it’s properly installed, you can protect your budget and conserve energy, all while maintaining a comfortable home environment.

Americans spend more than $160 billion dollars each year to heat, cool, light and live in their homes.

Insulation and Federal Tax Credit

The installation of blown attic insulation in your home qualifies you for the 2013 extension of the American Taxpayer Relief Act. Credit is 10% of the material cost, up to $500.00!*

*Home Owners should consult their tax advisors to see if they will benefit from the Federal Tax Credit. Federal Tax Credit expires December 31, 2013.

Service You Can Trust…

F.H. Furr Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc., a family owned and operated company, has served the Northern Virginia and surrounding communities for over 30 years. Our experienced staff has the know-how, organization and initiative to provide economical, timely solutions for our customers’ challenges.

Our fleet of professional Service Technicians, Installation Crews and Comfort Consultants is continually trained to provide quality service done “The F.H. Furr Way.” Our employees are also our neighbors, which translates to the best customer service in the plumbing and HVAC industry.

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F.H. Furr has come through for me on several occasions for air conditioning, plumbing issues and now insulation issues. The technicians are polite, courteous, clean, and make you aware of problems up front. I continue to call them when problems arise because I know I can depend on them to do the job right. Integrity is essential to me and it’s really evident in their company!

Carly L.

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