Are you considering insulation services for your home or business and do not know if you should hire a professional insulation contractor or your local handyman?
If this is the case, there are a few ways to differentiate between the two options. Read on to learn why it is important to hire a professional that specializes in insulation.
Safe removal of old insulation prevents lawsuits
One of the key concerns when you have insulation installed, repaired or removed is to understand which type of material you are removing. One of the reasons for hiring professional insulation contractors is that they will know how to deal with issues like asbestos. If asbestos is not handled correctly, it can lead to health problems for tenants or family that may lead to death. Another key health issue that insulation often entails is microorganisms like black mold. If this situation is handled improperly by a handyman, the continuation of mold in the fresh insulation could lead to long-term health issues for the occupants of the building.
Saving utilities for long-term cost savings
Of course, one of the main reasons that insulation is needed for a home or business is because the property owner wants to save money on utility bills. In some cases, the differences can be astounding, but hiring professionals will ensure you get maximized savings because they will be able to provide you with the details on the correct type of insulation to use for your particular house. And using a professional you know that it will be sealed properly so it will provide long-term cost savings.
Maximizing rebates for your business
Homeowners and businesses alike may be eligible for rebates from the government. This includes federal tax credits for consumer energy efficiency. Professional contractors that specialize in insulation will know how to advise what types of insulation may be eligible for money back from the government.
To learn more, contact USI online to get a free quote. USI believes that excellence in every step of the process ensures timely completion and quality service, time after time.