Is Insulation Worth It? A Stellar Review from Lois T.

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Is Insulation Worth It? A Stellar Review from Lois T.

Is Insulation Worth It? A Stellar Review from Lois T.

Is insulation worth it? Don’t take it from us.  Here’s what Lois T. from Erie said in her online review posted to a contractor matching service:

Description of work

We had our entire house insulated with spray foam in the attic area and “airkrete” in brick first floor and 2nd floor slate tile wall areas. They also sprayed foam insulation in the basement sill area and any area that needed it. They filled several holes in the foundation brick just to be nice. The experience was great from beginning to end. Even though we were hesitant to spend so much money, it has really made a true difference in our home this winter by being less drafty, warmer and quieter and our natural gas bills have decreased by at least a third.

Had a great experience from questions to installation

I had investigated several different companies and really researched this job before we decided to go through with it. After I had booked the job, I started having second thoughts spending so much money. I called the owner and had ALL of my questions answered and concerns addressed, very professionally and kindly. Each of the work crew were considerate, professional and friendly. They each knew their job extremely well and worked well together as a group. They showed up when they said they would, worked hard the entire day and cleaned up each day before they left. The job was completed on time and on price. We are extremely satisfied and would recommend them to anyone who is interested in insulating their home.

It makes a lot of sense and cents

We agree wholeheartedly with Lois, insulation is a great investment into your home. Contact Bauer Specialty for a free estimate and evaluation. We serve northwest Pennsylvania including Erie County, Crawford County, Warren County and Mercer County as well at western New York from Chautauqua County and Cattaraugus County to Erie County and Niagara County.



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