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Beekman cellulose insulation is important to Dutchess County homeowners due to the fact that most of the homes were built in the 1970s or before. Most of the homes they were built in the early 1900s were poorly insulated and in many cases not insulated at all. During the times when oil and gas were abundant the prices were cheap and everybody could afford to keep their home at low cost. But over the years oil prices have risen and so has the cost of heating and cooling one’s home. If you suspect that your home is under insulated or has no insulation at all give us a call at (888) 280-7275.
American Hybrid Homes was formed with one main goal in mind to redefine green energy. At our company we believe that being green is more than just installing solar panels or using energy generated by wind turbines. We believe that being green is also when we do not waste the energy that we currently use every single day inside our homes. What that means is that most of the people do not maximize the savings that I can have when heating and cooling their homes. Most of the homes in United States are under insulated and waste a lot of energy just by letting it leak out through the house and radiate through poorly insulated walls.
Beekman cellulose insulation is one of the ways that we help to fight and spread our message and the Dutchess County area. Cellulose insulation fits our business model perfectly, due to the fact that it is also green and environmentally friendly. Cellulose is an insulation that was made from recycled newspapers and phone books and transformed into a heat capturing material. During the manufacturing process cellulose is mixed with a mineral called boron, for that reason this insulation is also fire retardant. So not only is this the most environmentally friendly form of insulation that a homeowner can use but it is also the safest type of insulation that you can rely on.
The way our company goes about the project is by first doing a detailed home energy audits to see if your thermal and pressure of boundaries are aligned. The goal of the audit is to see if you have proper home envelope that is first insulated and second sealed. The audit allows us to find areas of concern and help us build our work scope on the results that we get from the test. Once the homeowner agrees to the project we will begin with air sealing the attic floor to make sure that knows he leaks into your attic during the cold winter months. After the air sealing will place a thick layer of cellulose to make sure that your home is that desired R-60 thermal resistance value.
Beekman cellulose insulation is how we are going to help people in Dutchess County save money on their bills and help save the environment. Our business model was built around the fact that most of the heat leaks out through homeowners attic floor. For that reason that is the first and main concern that we stress when talking with the homeowners about upgrading their installation. We believe that we can make a difference in our community by lowering cost of living for homeowners and also lowering our human carbon footprint. If you are a homeowner that is interested in being proactive about your high-energy bills give us a call at (888) 280-7275.