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Why insulate?

It may be out of sight, in your walls or attic, but insulation is a critically important building material for your home. That's because it's one of the most thermally-efficient and cost-effective ways to save energy while making homes quieter and more comfortable to live in. Often made from recycled and renewable resources, insulation is also a sustainable building product--one that has a positive impact on our environment, helping reduce energy consumption and the effects of global warming. Though it's been used successfully for decades in homes worldwide, insulation is still affordable when it comes to energy efficiency.

Lower Energy Bills

Insulation keeps your home warmer in the winter, which lowers your heating costs. In the summer insulation keeps your home cooler, which eases the load on your air conditioner.

Quieter, More Comfortabe Living

Insulation can actually absorb sound, reducing the unwanted noise from appliances, audio equipment, conversation and other sources of sound that are transmitted through your walls and floors. Insulation also keeps your family more comfortable by making it easier for your furnace or air conditioner to maintain a constant temperature.

Think Environmental Sustainability

As insulation saves energy it significantly decreases the generation of harmful air pollutants to the atmosphere. In fact, according to a Harvard study, insulating homes in the U.S. to even modest 2000 International Energy Conservation Code levels would reduce hundreds of thousands of tons of nitrous oxide and sulfur oxide released into the atmosphere each year.

Not only does insulation contribute to cleaner air, it is an inherently "green" product in terms of assessing its environmental impact over its lifetime. Often manufactured with recycled and renewable resources, every pound of insulation ultimately saves twelve times more energy than it takes to produce it. So along with greater energy savings, insulation delivers a measurable impact on our environment, reducing the amount of energy consumption and pollution.

Insulation also prevents the depletion of our natural resources. Today's fiber glass insulation contains more than 25% recycled glass and uses renewable resources such as sand. In fact, according to the Glass Packaging Institute, Fiber glass insulation is the largest secondary market for recycled glass containers.

 

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Atlanta Insulation is a contractor specializing in residential & commercial insulation including
conventional batt insulation, fiberglass spray insulation & Icynene foam insulation for homeowners & buildersl.

Serving Clients in Lithonia, Gwinnett, Dekalb, Fulton, Rockdale, Hall, Forsyth, Barrow & Walton Counties including: Snellville, Grayson, Loganville, Monroe
Lawrenceville, Duluth, Norcross Buford, Lilburn, Stone Mountain, Suwanee, Conyers, Tucker, Atlanta, Buckhead, Athens, Decatur, Alpharetta
Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Madison, Dacula, Auburn, Berkley Lake, Sugarloaf, Sugar Hill, Good Hope, Social Circle, Walnut Grove & Roswell


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