Pembroke Pines is the 10th largest of Florida’s municipalities in Broward County, Florida. A local company, Cut My Kilowatts, is the leading provider of Radiant Barriers and reflective insulation products. One of the great things about this type of insulation as opposed to cellulose is that it won’t attract mold. While cellulose and fiberglass materials are prone to moisture and mold growth in Pembroke Pines homes, the radiant barrier insulation’s material does not allow for the growth of this type of fungus.
Some old Pembroke Pines attic insulation is made from asbestos materials which can cause serious health problems if inhaled or not handled correctly. Blown-in cellouse insulation can be hard to spot in your attic, and can lead to injury if one does not move around the attic properly. With a professional insulation contractor in Pembroke Pines, like Cut My Kilowatts, you can be assured the job will be done right!
When you choose Cut My Kilowatts for your radiant barrier installation in Pembroke Pines, we guarantee satisfaction at a reasonable price. Cut My Kilowatts will do the job right. In Pembroke Pines call us at 954-939-1500 or click here for more information.
We install several different types of insulation in Pembroke Pines homes. Chose from blown in cellulose, fiberglass, or batt insulation. You can also chose your insulations rating from R-19 all the way to R-38. Improve your home’s energy efficiency by replacing old insulation or adding additional insulation to your current insulation. Cut My Kilowatts uses very expensive equipment to remove attic insulation. Cellulose, aka. (TAP or Greenfiber types) newspaper insulation can be smelly, dusty, and damp. We take full precautions before we take out old material. We take care not to stir up any contaminated material in your Pembroke Pines home or shop.
Attic insulation is an essential component in Pembroke Pines buildings and getting most of the heating and cooling in your Pembroke Pines home without sending your energy bills through the roof, literally. It can also be a source of poor air quality if it becomes wet or infested with insects and rodents. Take the time or budget the expense of having attic insulation removal done before spending money and time having new insulation installed is the best and safest solution.
Repairing an existing air duct system in a Pembroke Pines building will generally cost less than replacing an entire system. The cost of replacement is usually quoted in price per linear foot, or by the number of ducts. The labor costs for the area you live in, ducting materials used, size of the job, and difficulty accessing the ductwork will all work together to determine the project’s overall cost.