Home Energy Evaluation Service in Greater Lexington & Georgetown Areas

Insulation and Home Energy Upgrades in Lawrenceburg, KY

At Weatherization Plus, we understand just how important home energy efficiency really is, and we will do whatever it takes to give you a more comfortable and affordable home with home energy upgrades. If you're not sure where to start, we can offer a home energy evaluation to help determine the services that will make the biggest impact on your home.

Don't let your uncomfortable home environment control the cost of your utility bills. Just contact Weatherization Plus for insulation and home energy upgrades that will keep your home comfortable and your utility bills low.

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We offer various services to help make your home more comfortable while increasing your savings. Some of these services include:

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Home energy upgrades can help keep your home comfortable without making you overspend on utility bills. With a home energy evaluation from Weatherization Plus, you can find out where your home has air leaks and other inefficient areas so you can prioritize which upgrades should be done first to make the biggest impact on your home.

When you want to increase your home efficiency, as well as your savings, contact Weatherization Plus at 859-203-0706 to learn more. We serve Greater Lawrenceburg, KY and surrounding areas.

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SilverGlo Kneewall Insulation in Lawrenceburg, KY

This customer in Lawrenceburg, KY had batt insulation in the attic and kneewall spaces that had been compromised. She had one room upstairs that seemed to stay hotter than the other rooms and wanted to know what was going on. We found that the attic and kneewall spaces had not been air sealed prior to the batt insulation being installed. We were also able to verify that the existing batt insulation had been compromised (you might be able to see the black specks throughout the insulation in the "Before" photo). We explained that gaps and cracks behind the batt insulation were allowing air to flow up and down from the house to the attic space. We also explained the potential health hazards of allowing compromised insulation to remain in the attic and kneewall spaces. The best way to fix the issues were to remove the batt insulation, air seal the area, install SilverGlo on the kneewall (shown iin the "After" photo) and blow-in cellulose insulation in the attic space.
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Even something as simple as weatherstripping a door can have a big impact on the comfort level of a home. How so? Well, imagine you have a gap around your door that is letting hot air in during the summer and cold air during the winter. Since Weatherization Plus uses fully customizable heavy-duty weatherstrips that will prevent air from coming in by covering any gaps around the door, it's easy to see why something so simple can have such a big impact! No more drafts coming in around that door. One of our wonderful customers in Lawrenceburg, KY had bought a house that needed a little TLC. She wanted to have the home remodeled, but was in the planning phase. She realized a few months after buying the house, that the utility bills seemed high and began looking for issues with the home. She promptly contacted Weatherization Plus and had us conduct an assessment for her. She mentioned the gaps around the door and asked if we could fix that without actually replacing the door. She thought the door had character. No problem! Weatherization Plus uses weatherstripping that I don't think you can buy at any big box store....but I haven't checked recently. The product we use is not foam with adhesive backing that melts during the hot summers here in Central Kentucky and then ends up sticking to things you don't want it to stick to. We use a product that actually mounts to the door frame on three sides. The first photo shows one of our installation professionals measuring across the top of the door so he can cut the weatherstrip to fit perfectly. He then measured the sides and cut the pieces to fit exactly. The next photo shows our technician preparing to pre-drill. He makes a slight indentation with his drill so the screws he uses to attach the weatherstrip are in the right spots. Once he has completed attaching the 3 piece of weatherstripping, the installer caulks the edges of the weatherstripping to create a full seal around the door.

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