Insulation is a service that can be performed on any type of home. Residential and commercial buildings alike are able to access the benefits insulation offers with an added bonus: it generates leads for other services, such as roof repair or plumbing.
An insulated building will save homeowners money in many ways—most notably through energy savings. It also has long-term advantages because it creates a cleaner environment without allergens; there is less dust from materials like fiberglass and cellulose (which some people have sensitivities too).
There’s no need to worry about temperature extremes inside your walls either! The standard R values when insulating new construction homes ranges between 12 and 18 while older buildings may only have an R value of one or two.
Insulation prevents heat transfer and cold air infiltration, which saves homeowners money in heating bills. It also reduces sound from outside noises, making life more peaceful inside your home. And lastly, it creates a healthier environment when you install insulation because there are less dust particles floating around—which is especially important for those with allergies, asthma or respiratory issues.
That’s not all: Insulating your commercial building can protect against excess moisture leaks; something that does damage over time to the structure and foundation as well as create mold growth-leading to higher costs with repairs later on down the line.