Home Insulation

Problem: You want to save money on your utility bills and save the environment.

Agitate: The average home loses 20-35% of their heated/cooled air through holes in the walls. This can be a significant amount of heat loss, which means higher energy bills. Our insulation services are affordable, and our technicians have been trained to patch and paint any holes they make so that there aren’t any embarrassing signs that we were ever here.

Solution: Guardian Home Energy’s expertly trained technicians will insulate your home with our environmentally friendly insulation that is made from recycled materials. We offer free quotes on every project, so call us today to find out how much money you could be saving.

20-35% Average Savings on Utility Bills

If you want to save a lot of money on your energy bills, insulating your attic and walls might be the best way. By doing so, you could potentially save up to 35% on your energy bills. After all, we learned in science class that heat rises!

Adding insulation is not only a great way to reduce your monthly energy bills, but it’s also among the only home renovation projects that lets you recoup your cost plus add to the value of your home. Government research shows a national average of a 107 percent return on your investment.

Cellulose Insulation is Better Than Spray Foam

Cellulose insulation has proven to be the safest and most reliable insulation option for homeowners looking to protect their home from fire. While cellulose is slightly more expensive than fiberglass and spray foam, it offers an increased level of safety that can’t be matched by any other type of insulation in the market.

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Attic and Wall Insulation

If your attic is insulated but your walls are not, insulation in the attic will only slow down the rate at which heat leaves or enters the house.

Cool in Summer Warm in Winter

Air moves in and out of your home all year long. In summer, heat radiates from the attic as cold air seeps through the walls. In winter, heat conducts through exterior walls and radiates down from the attic on a sunny day when you need to keep it cool inside.

If your attic is insulated but your walls are not, then the heat will still escape through the top 24″ of your walls. This only slows down how fast it leaves, not where it goes.

What makes Guardian Insulation different from other insulation contractors in California and Colorado is after insulating the walls our expert technician will patch and paint, matching the original texture & color, hiding any evidence of the 100+ holes that were drilled.Our texture & color matching is guaranteed for the life of the structure. 

Sound Control

Sound is a powerful force. It can fill or empty a space with its presence, it can be loud and hard to hear or soft and gentle. Insulation provides more effective sound control than drywall alone. If you’re the type of person who has been in a building that had little or no insulation before, then you probably noticed it’s louder outside than inside. This is because the STC (sound transmission coefficient) of an insulated building is lower – so if someone is talking on the other side of the wall they won’t seem as loud.

Fire Retardant

Cellulose insulation is 57% more fire-resistant than fiberglass insulation and is credited with providing firefighters with the extra time needed to save residents trapped in a house fire. The material is better than fiberglass or spray foam, which have been shown to be more flammable.

Insect and Rodent Prevention

Cellulose insulation is treated with Boric Acid, which was discovered in 1857 and has been used extensively by pest control companies since then. It’s poisonous to insects but not humans, meaning that it can be used for effective insect & rodent prevention without any risk of harm. It is important to install a cellulose insulation in spaces that are prone to pest infestation.

Save up to 70% on Utilities

Older Homes Need Insulation

In older homes, insulation and venting are often unplanned. The result? Over $500 in savings per year on energy bills by addressing these problems with insulation and ventilation.

This is something new homeowners should definitely consider when buying an old house.

The design of older homes was not very eco-friendly which means your heating and cooling costs are higher than they should be. Older homes can have a variety of problems like minimal insulation, insufficient venting in the attic, drafty single pane windows, and inefficient HVAC units. However, by thoroughly insulating an attic and walls you could save over $500 per year on heating and cooling costs.

In Colorado, some of the finest neighborhoods have homes nearly 150 years old!  In Capitol Hill, Cheesman Park and Belcaro, homeowners could save thousands of dollars by increasing the energy efficiency of their homes.

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