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INSULATION
Special: ONLY 80 Cents Per Square Foot
R-19 Fiberglass Blown-In Insulation
Installed in Your Home
Ask us about your PERSONAL TAX CREDIT
avaialable through December 31, 2010
 

Unless your home is less than 10 years old and was built with energy efficiency with a solid priority, chances are you need additional insulation.  Insulation keeps your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.  You will save money year round, reduce energy loss and reduce noise with good quality insulation.  There are many types of insulation and there are many factors that affect what type of insulation should be added to your home, including the materials your home is made of, the climate inside and outside, the type of air conditioning and/or heating systems, as well as the condition and type of existing insulation.   Depending on the condition of your old insulation, and whether it is fireproof, it may be desirable to remove the old insulation before installing the new.

Insulation is rated by R-Value or resistance to heat flow.  The higher the R-value, the greater the resistance. The R-Values are determined based on the type of insulation material, the thickness as well as the density.  The Department of Energy recommends different R-Values for various parts of your home depending on where you reside in the United States.  Your Supreme Air technician will assist you in determining the proper R-Value for your insulation needs.  Supreme Air installs all types of insulation and can identify the best solution for your home.  Our crews pay special attention to detail.  We install according to the manufacturer's specifications and we strive for 100 % customer satisfaction.

In addition to insulation, your home may benefit from having a radiant barrier installed in your attic.  A radiant barrier can be a thin sheet of a very highly reflective material or a coat of special metallic paint with the same characteristics.  This reflective material will repel the heat from your attic in the summer and keep the heat in for you in the winter.

Besides saving on your energy bills and increasing the value of your home by upgrading the insulation or installing a radiant barrier, a tax credit is available to taxpayers for insulation installed in their primary residence through the end of 2010.  Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, signed into law by President Obama on February 17, 2009, consumers who purchase insulation materials (and other energy saving items such as solar film and new air conditioners) and have them installed in their homes during the 2009 - 2010 time frame are eligible for the credit.  The credit is a direct reduction in your income taxes and is available to each taxpayer.  The credit has a cap of 30% of the cost of the insulation up to $1500.  IRS form 5695 can be used to claim the credit.

                  Call Supreme Air today at 713-931-NEAT (6328)
                  to schedule an insulation inspection for your home.