Ready for Winter? Insulate Your Attic!

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Insulating is something that will pay for itself many times over through reduced energy bills and increased comfort in your home. Can you afford something that will be free? Now that you have adequately prepared your attic by sealing it tight, insulating can now begin. How should I insulate? If you have done the prep…

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Cold Feet

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crawl space insulation

If your heat is turned way up and you still have a cold floor, you may have your crawl space insulation to blame. Just like your attic, the crawlspace of a home is usually not a great place to hang out. They can be dirty and damp. Crawl space neglect can lead to wasted heating…

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What El Niño Winter Means to Michigan

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US Winter Outlook from NOAA

You may have noticed this fall and winter have been a little bit more mild than in years past. Some have even managed to squeeze in a round of golf in late November! Did you know this is the result of a predictable weather cycle called El Niño? But what is El Niño and what…

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Stay Warm (You Can’t Get This Anywhere Else!​)

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Pro Insulation Contractors

Pro Home Improvement is excited to announce it’s own exclusive insulation that you cannot find anywhere else, “Pro Grade” Stabilized Cellulose Insulation! We have worked on formulating the absolute best, most energy-efficient and environmentally friendly attic insulation product possible. Here’s why it’s the best on the market: Performance – Our “Pro Grade” Stabilized Cellulose Insulation…

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Winter is Coming

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Baffles

Your attic can have a huge effect on the life of your roof and on your utility bill. It might be worth checking on how well it is insulated, especially since that harsh Michigan winter is coming up quickly as we approach the end of September. The Department of Energy estimates that a properly insulated…

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