An insulation contractor is a specialized type of contractor that installs thermal insulation. They may specialize in a specific kind of insulation such as fiberglass, cellulose, or spray foam, or they may do more general work. An insulation contractor can install new insulation or remove old insulation and may be able to perform other services that help protect the environment and save energy. Find out : www.armorinsulations.com
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Insulation contractors can address a number of issues in homes such as pipes freezing, condensation on the walls, and mold. They can also help lower outrageous energy bills and make your home more comfortable. Insulation contractors often work with building inspectors to make sure the insulation meets local and state codes.
The main customers of an insulation contractor are primarily homeowners and builders. They can also provide insulation for industrial and commercial buildings. These contractors typically work with project managers, construction engineers, and architects to meet specifications and standards. Insulation installers also insulate pipe and ductwork to preserve energy and prevent heat loss.
When choosing an insulation contractor, it is important to choose one that understands you want all attic holes and gaps to be sealed before adding any new insulation. It is also a good idea to choose one that will not leave any old insulation in your attic, as it can contain mold, rodent droppings and other contaminants. Some insulation contractors are owner-operators and do all aspects of the business, including marketing and sales, while others may only do the marketing and sales and then subcontract the insulation installation to another company.
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