Attic Spray Foam Insulation
If you are looking for ways to make your home more energy efficient, especially in sweltering Raleigh summers, sealing your attic with spray foam insulation is one of the best investments you can make. Insulation provides a thermal resistance to convective and conductive heat flow. Conductive is the heat that moves through materials, such as your roof, wood in your attic, and sheet rock in your ceiling. Convective heat flow is how heat circulates through your home, such as how warm air rises and cool air sinks. By using insulation in your attic, you're blocking the natural movement of heat flowing into cooler parts of your home, whether it's hot air from your attic leaking into your air conditioned rooms, or warm air from your living areas seeping into a cold attic.
If you’ve noticed creaking in your home, sagging spots in the floor or porch, or gaps between the wall and the floor, there’s a good chance your home needs leveling. While this may seem alarming, the process is fairly straight forward in the hands of experienced professionals. But before you know that you need floor leveling, you should know the signs of an uneven floor.
Once you’ve identified an uneven floor in your Raleigh home, there are several options for how to fix it. The two most popular choices are self-leveling concrete and floor jacking. Both of these methods serve different purposes. Let’s dive into the different ways you can level a floor and why floor jacking may be your best choice.
Did you know that 2 out of 3 homes in America have highly elevated levels of mold spores inside of the crawl space or basement?
The mold from the crawl space in your Raleigh home can infect your interior through small drafts and HVAC systems that blow spores throughout your living areas. Without treatment from a licensed mold remediation company, the health effects can be disastrous to you and your family.
The good news...the mold can be removed! Through a licensed, safe process, we will remove the mold in your crawl space or basement to bring your home back to its healthy state. Mold spores can be removed, insulation replaced and the crawl space will look like it did during the original construction.