The Versailles, KY climate doesn't make it easy to stay comfortable if your home is unprepared. Summers especially have extreme temperatures, but winter weather can get very cold as well. If your home lacks proper insulation, you can end up paying a small fortune in energy bills without experiencing any relief from the temperature outside.
Weatherization Plus performs extensive home energy audits to determine what areas of your home need more insulation. We can also tell you if we recommend other energy saving services, including air sealing and ductwork. Our insulation is designed to meet the needs of a variety of rooms and spaces throughout the home. The extremities of your home in particular, such as the attic, garage, or crawl space, need to be carefully insulated.
The types of insulation we work with include:
Contact Weatherization Plus today to schedule a mold inspection. Don’t lose sleep worrying about mold in your home. Give us a call or send us an email to set up an appointment for mold testing. Let’s begin the end of your mold problems.
No matter what services you're in the market for, our energy professionals will deliver a more comfortable, efficient home that will provide you with lifelong energy savings. The best part is that as soon as we've completed our work, you'll notice the results immediately! Contact us today to discover how we can improve your home's comfort in Versailles!
Radon levels around or above 4 picocuries per liter are lethal in your home because it means your family is being exposed to harmful levels of radioactivity. With radon being one of the leading causes of cancer, you need the trained National Radon Defense specialists at Weatherization Plus to detect the invisible, odorless gas and rid it from your home.
Call Weatherization Plus for a free, no-obligation quote and one of our technicians can answer any concerns you may have about radon affecting your home. One of our technicians can then test your home for harmful concentrations of radon and install a radon mitigation system that can lower those levels to what is recommended by the EPA and other health agencies.
What does a radon reduction system do?