Save Money and Stay Comfortable With Floor Insulation

If your floors aren’t well insulated then a good portion of your heating and cooling bill is going straight into the ground! This makes your HVAC system work harder, results in higher bills, and can make rooms unpleasantly hot or cold. The solution is simple: add floor insulation or replace old insulation which is no longer performing as it should.

Have High Energy Bills or Rooms That You Can’t Keep Cool?

It isn’t uncommon for older homes to be under-insulated. In some cases floors were left completely uninsulated! Replacing old floor insulation or adding a layer for the first time is a great way to cut your energy bills and make your home more comfortable all year round.

The Benefits of Floor Insulation

Naturally Fire Resistant

Fiberglass insulation, unlike cellulose insulation or spray foam insulation, is naturally non-flammable. This provides peace of mind, as homeowners don’t have to decide between filling their crawl space with flammable materials and the cost savings of new insulation.

More Comfortable Living Spaces

Under-insulated homes will rapidly heat up when your AC switches off (or cool down in the winter), causing unpleasant temperature swings. Some homes may even have rooms which are never able to reach your target temperature! After adding insulation, your home’s internal temperature will be more consistent and comfortable all year long.

Increased Energy Efficiency

Insulating your floors is a great way to reduce your energy costs directly. You’ll also save money on HVAC repairs and maintenance as the insulation will reduce the amount of work your unit has to do to keep your home comfortable during our hot summers and cold winters.

Emmett Nolan Owner of Dragon Vapor Barriers

Why Work With Dragon Insulation

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We’re Insulation Specialists

Get amazing results by working with professionals! We are masters of our craft and our team of insulation professionals know their trade, show up on time, and treat you and your home with respect.

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High Quality Materials

It’s easy to assume that all insulation products are the same – but the stuff that is available at big box stores is generally middling quality at best. We use premium insulation materials which last longer, insulate better, and will provide decades of protection.

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Licensed and Fully Insured

Any time you have someone working on your house it is essential that they be properly licensed and insured. At Dragon Insulation we are fully licensed and insured professionals who specialize in insulation installation.

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Competitive Pricing

Get great results without breaking the bank. At Dragon Insulation we have long-term relationships with insulation wholesalers, allowing us to offer highly competitive prices while providing a premium product. Get a free quote and see for yourself!

Floor Insultation FAQs

What does R-Value Mean?

R-Value is a number used to describe a material’s resistance to the flow of heat. The higher the r-value of the insulation, the less heat loss or heat gain a space will experience.

Can I add insulation on top of my existing crawl space insulation?

Possibly! Depending on what sort of insulation you have installed we may be able to add another layer of insulation. Our home insulation contractor will assess the current status of your insulation to determine if this is feasible.

In cases of rodent infestation or water damage we recommend completely removing the old insulation material prior to installing new insulation.

What is the right amount of insulation for my home?

The minimum amount of insulation appropriate for your home depends on where you live. Your Dragon Insulation provider will be able to ensure your floor has the right R-Value in order to help you save money while reducing the time for a return on investment for the upgrade.

How long does insulation last?

Fiberglass batt insulation is incredibly long lasting, easily providing a service life of 30 years. The fiberglass itself actually lasts essentially forever, but as gravity pulls the insulation down and packs it more tightly it gradually loses its insulating properties.

My home is on a slab, can I still add insulation to my floors?

Unfortunately we only are able to insulate floors in homes which are built over crawl spaces or basements. If your home is built on a slab and you’d like the benefits of additional insulation, we offer other insulation services including wall and attic insulation.

What type of insulation can you use for floor insulation?

When it comes to insulating floors, the three most common types of insulation used are fiberglass batts, rigid foam board insulation, and spray foam insulation.

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