Grace Norton – Rochester Hills, MI

Grace Norton – Rochester Hills, MI

Scott McIntyre and his crew insulated my home in November 2011. The house has a ceiling fan which has not been used in several years at the top of the stairs in the foyer. This area drew the warm air upwards and you could feel a “breeze” of air moving when using the stairs. This area was my main concern. After an inspection, Scott said that some vents were blocked in the attic and that he and his crew could uncover them and cover the attic fan so that the warm air would not seep out through the attic. He also suggested insulation over the family room which is on a cement slab and has been very cold in the winter. The procedure took a day; about seven hours. The clean up by the crew was amazing. All surfaces were dusted and vacuumed. There was no evidence of the insulation anywhere. The insulation was blown in through an attic opening in the master bedroom closet and through the garage attic. But the best part is that I noticed an immediate difference on the stairs and in the master bedroom that night. Both were much warmer and the master bath was affected too. The family room was far more comfortable to sit in as well. It seems that the furnace doesn’t cycle as much. I never actually counted, but I work in my studio in the basement and I don’t hear it come on as often. I cannot say enough about the difference in how the house feels. I keep the thermostat at 69 degreed in the winter to save on fuel costs. My gas bill is amortized over the year so I won’t know the exact monetary change until spring when the amount is re-divided for the coming year of use. Just by the improvement in our comfort level I am sure there will be a difference. I would gladly answer any questions about this company and my experience. If you have been toying with the idea of adding insulation to your home this is the company to use. They are our neighbors and do an outstanding job.
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2017-08-28T10:49:32-04:00
Scott McIntyre and his crew insulated my home in November 2011. The house has a ceiling fan which has not been used in several years at the top of the stairs in the foyer. This area drew the warm air upwards and you could feel a “breeze” of air moving when using the stairs. This area was my main concern. After an inspection, Scott said that some vents were blocked in the attic and that he and his crew could uncover them and cover the attic fan so that the warm air would not seep out through the attic. He also suggested insulation over the family room which is on a cement slab and has been very cold in the winter. The procedure took a day; about seven hours. The clean up by the crew was amazing. All surfaces were dusted and vacuumed. There was no evidence of the insulation anywhere. The insulation was blown in through an attic opening in the master bedroom closet and through the garage attic. But the best part is that I noticed an immediate difference on the stairs and in the master bedroom that night. Both were much warmer and the master bath was affected too. The family room was far more comfortable to sit in as well. It seems that the furnace doesn’t cycle as much. I never actually counted, but I work in my studio in the basement and I don’t hear it come on as often. I cannot say enough about the difference in how the house feels. I keep the thermostat at 69 degreed in the winter to save on fuel costs. My gas bill is amortized over the year so I won’t know the exact monetary change until spring when the amount is re-divided for the coming year of...

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