Homeowner Insulation Services


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Insulation can save you BIG money on energy bills!

Even though you don’t see it, insulation has real and significant benefits. In fact, sealing air leaks and adding insulation can help your home be more comfortable and energy efficient and provide up to a 15% savings on your annual energy bills.

If you’re a homeowner wanting to improve your home’s energy efficiency by adding insulation to your attic, walls, floors, ceiling or crawl space, you can count on the experts at Kinzler Construction Services to get the job done safely, cleanly and on-time.


Key Benefits of Insulation

Reduced Utility Bills
A well insulated building means that heating and cooling systems do not need to work as hard to maintain a comfortable environment, leading to significant reductions in energy consumption. As a result, you'll pay less on utility bills, making insulation a cost-effective long-term investment.
Enhanced Comfort
Insulation creates a thermal barrier that minimizes heat transfer between indoor and outdoor environments. This not only helps maintain a consistent and comfortable indoor temperature but also prevents drafts and cold spots.
Noise Reduction
Beyond temperature control, insulation also acts as a barrier against sound transmission. High-quality insulation materials have excellent acoustic properties, effectively dampening and absorbing sound waves.
Higher Property Value
Energy-efficient properties are increasingly in demand as individuals and businesses seek to reduce operating costs and minimize their environmental impact. As a result, investing in insulation can lead to higher property values, faster sales or rentals, and an enhanced reputation for sustainability.

Kinzler Can Help

Kinzler Construction Services has four decades of local insulation install experience. We’ll work with you to examine different areas of your home and identify cost-saving solutions.

The attic is usually where you can find some of the largest opportunities to save energy in your new home. Watch this short video to learn more.

Insulation Helps Keep Your Home Comfortable Year-Round!

If your home was built before 1980, that automatically makes you one of the 77 million Americans whose homes are insufficiently insulated, if they are insulated at all. Even if your home was built after 1980, the required insulation installed may be less than what you actually need.
R-Value is the rating system used to grade insulation products or a material's insulating properties. The "R" stands for "resistance" and refers to the resistance a material has to heat flow, or temperature conduction. Installing more insulation in your home increases R-value
Seal and Insulate

Does My Home Need More Attic Insulation?

Adding insulation to the attic is generally a moderately difficult do-it-yourself (DIY) project, but the benefits can be substantial. The good news is that the pros at Kinzler Construction Services have decades of experience to help you get the work done.
Does my Home Really Need It?

Common Symptoms

If your home experiences any of these problems, it might be a good candidate for an attic insulation project::

  • Drafty rooms
  • Hot or cold ceilings, walls, or whole rooms; uneven temperature between rooms
  • High heating or cooling bills
  • Ice dams in the winter

What to Look For

Looking across your attic, if the insulation is level with or below the attic floor joists, you probably need to add more insulation.

It is important that the insulation be evenly distributed with no low spots; sometimes there is enough insulation in the middle of the attic and very little along the eaves.

Want a more thorough evaluation? Contact us and we’ll send one of our highly-trained team members to take a look and give you a free estimate if you do need more insulation.

What are the potential benefits?

The attic is usually where you can find some of the largest opportunities to save energy in your home. By adding insulation in your attic, you can maintain the desired temperature throughout your home much better. Combined with attic air sealing, it can also help to alleviate the formation of dangerous ice dams in the winter.

Should I do the project myself or hire a contractor?

If your attic is accessible and not too difficult to move around in, and you enjoy tackling bigger home improvement projects, attic insulating may be a good DIY project. Otherwise, consider contacting Kinzler Construction Services to complete the project for you.

If you find any of these conditions in your attic, it is recommended that you consult or hire a professional to correct these problems before proceeding:

  • Difficult attic access and limited space to work
  • Wet or damp insulation, indicating a leaky roof
  • Moldy or rotted attic rafters or floor joists, indicating moisture problems
  • Kitchen, bathroom or clothes dryer vents that exhaust moist air directly into the attic space instead of outdoors
  • Little or no attic ventilation
  • Knob and tube wiring (pre-1930), which can be a fire hazard when in contact with insulation
New Home Construction

Are you Building a New Home?

Insulation is a critical factor in determining your home’s energy and cost efficiency.

It’s most cost-effective to add insulation during construction than to retrofit it after the house is finished. That’s why we created this video guide to help you make the best decisions when it comes to energy-efficiency and home comfort.

Contact our local Insulation experts at Kinzler to discuss your project and receive a free quote.

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