Though we’ve had some cooler weather recently in the Burlington, North Carolina area, we all know that summer is quickly approaching! How do you plan for the summer heat that will inevitably happen in the south? Make sure your insulation is up to date so that your air conditioner does not have to work overtime!

Located in Burlington, NC, Alamance Insulation has been proudly serving the Triad area for over 20 years. We provide quality gutters and insulation for our clients across central North Carolina, including Greensboro, Burlington, Mebane, Hillsborough, and High Point, NC. Whether you need installation or repairs done, we offer a variety of gutter, insulation, and moisture barrier services that will ensure the safety of your home and the comfort of your loved ones.

April showers bring May flowers, but we know what comes after that – heat! We know how important it is to prioritize keeping your home as cool as possible without spending hundreds of dollars on your energy bill for just one month. Good insulation will help! Even with the strongest and most efficient air conditioning systems, if your home isn’t insulated properly, you’ll still be paying more than you want to to cool your home.

We recommend hiring a professional to help you make the best decisions for your home and for your insulation. At Alamance Insulation, we can recommend the most appropriate type of insulation and the correct R-values, which help us determine which kinds of insulation will work best for you. We offer roll insulation, spray foam insulation, other blown insulation, and more. We can identify the areas of your home that you may need to re-insulate by using thermal imaging technology.

If you notice particular areas of your home that are drastically different temperatures from the rest of your home, this is a good indicator that you might need new insulation. Think about your basement and/or attic in particular – do they feel ten degrees hotter or cooler than the main floor of your home? Look into new insulation! Also, if you noticed frozen pipes or cold/damp walls during the winter, this is also a sign of bad insulation.

Whatever questions you might have about your insulation, give us a call at Alamance Insulation. We can help keep your home cool during the summer!