Frequently Asked Questions

Attic insulation is crucial for maintaining comfortable temperatures in your home year-round, reducing energy costs, and preventing moisture buildup which can lead to mold growth.

The lifespan of attic insulation varies, but it's generally recommended to check it every 10-15 years. Replacement might be necessary sooner if you notice higher energy bills, uneven temperatures, or signs of water damage.

The best type of insulation depends on your home’s specific needs, climate, and existing insulation. Common types include fiberglass, cellulose, and spray foam. We provide a professional assessment to determine the most suitable type for your home.

Yes, in most cases, new insulation can be added over old insulation unless the existing material is wet, moldy, or otherwise damaged. We'll inspect your current insulation to provide the best recommendation.

A heat pump is a system that transfers heat from outside to inside a building (or vice versa) to provide heating or cooling. It works by circulating refrigerant that absorbs and releases heat as it moves between indoor and outdoor units.

Yes, a heat pump can serve as an efficient alternative to traditional furnaces and air conditioners, offering both heating and cooling capabilities in one unit.

Heat pumps are highly energy-efficient because they transfer heat rather than generating it through combustion. They can provide up to three times more heating energy than the electrical energy they consume.

Regular maintenance includes checking the filter, coils, and fins, ensuring adequate airflow, and checking the refrigerant level. We recommend professional servicing at least once a year to ensure optimal performance.

Yes, there are air-source heat pumps, ground-source (geothermal) heat pumps, and water-source heat pumps. The best choice depends on your property's characteristics and climate.