Choose Bruin Corporation of Attleboro for insulating your home
The U.S. Energy Department says heating and cooling homes accounts for 48% of the energy used in the typical U.S. home (see its website at Energy.gov). You can see how properly insulating your home can improve not just the the comfort level but also the energy efficiency of your home.
The No. 1 heat loss in any uninsulated home is through its walls. If your home was built before 1970, chances are that the walls have no insulation. If your home was built in more recent years, chances are that some of your insulation has become less effective over time, and there is also a good chance that your home has insufficient insulation in your attic, basement, garage or in your walls.
Bruin Corporation of Attleboro will provide a professional team to expertly insulate your home, at the right price. For more than 30 years, Bruin has provided insulation for homes in the Southeastern Mass. and New England region.
The benefits of insulating your home
Here are some benefits you’ll realize from adding or updating your home’s insulation:
- You’ll save home heating and cooling costs, and help to conserve our country’s natural and energy resources.
- You can maintain a more uniform temperature in your home, making it a more comfortable living environment.
- Your walls, ceilings and floors will be warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
What type of insulation does Bruin offer?
Bruin Corporation of Attleboro specializes in blown-in insulation made of cellulose, which can be used in wall cavities and is appropriate for attic floors, garage ceilings, irregularly shaped areas and for filling in around obstructions. Blown-in cellulose insulation is typically installed by a professional using pneumatic equipment.
Cellulose insulation is made almost exclusively from over-issue news, which is the highest-quality newsprint available. Carefully blended with special chemicals, cellulose insulation provides optimal density and acts as a permanent fire retardant. Bruin recommends the use of cellulose insulation because it is eco-friendly, non-irritating to the skin, provides lasting fire resistance and has significant sound barrier and moisture control qualifies.
Our employees are trained in how to expertly insulate and protect your home. We use high-quality cellulose insulation manufactured by National Fiber, a company serving the Northeast that prides itself on using the best raw materials and manufacturing process in producing its insulation.