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With Home Insulation being the best approach to lowing your energy, it’s best to start with a Home energy audit & a free consolation with guidance to saving energy.

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Substantially Reduce Your Home’s Energy Costs with Insulation

In an average American home, heating and cooling requirements account for about 50 to 70 percent of energy use. This is according to official data provided by the U.S. Department of Energy. But by installing home insulation, you can reduce your energy use by as much as 20 percent. For all your insulation needs, contact FOR Energy. We provide FREE insulation consultation. Just contact us at
(480) 699-1481.

Home Insulation and Its Importance

Home insulation serves as a barrier to heat flow. This is very important in order to ensure the warmth of your home during the winter months and keep it cool during the summer months. This means that insulation ensures your comfort, keeps your home’s temperature constant and helps in keeping an energy-efficient home. It is vital to install insulation because as much as 50 percent of the energy used in the home can just leak out without it.

Insulation must be an important consideration when building or renovating your home. However, for those living in old homes, note that it is possible to consider retrofitting, to improve your home’s insulation and energy efficiency.
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Before starting any discussion on insulation, remember that the most important consideration is the R-value. This refers to the thermal resistance of the insulating material. The higher the R-value, the better is its insulation efficiency. The R-value is dependent on several factors — the type of insulation, its density and thickness; including the temperature, aging and moisture accumulation. The R-value required for the insulation of your home also depends on the climate, your heating and cooling system, and the part of your house that you would like to insulate.
In order to properly guide you in all of your insulation needs, contact only the very best in the industry. FOR Energy is considered as the leader when it comes to insulation services. Contact us at (480) 699-1481.

Types of Home Insulation

There are various types of home insulation that are available in the market. These range in terms of materials use, applicability, installation methods and costs.

The most common types include the following

Blanket batt and roll insulation

Blanket: Batt and Roll Insulation

This is the most common type of insulation that is available in batts or rolls. Technically, this consists of fibres such as fibreglass and may include plastic fibres, wool, natural fibres such as cotton and wool. This type of blanket insulation is oftentimes used for wall studs, attic trusses and floor joists.

Widely used blow in insulation fill

Loose Fill and Blown-In Insulation

Made up of cellulose, fibreglass and mineral from recycled materials, this type of insulation can be used for any type of space.

Sprayed Foam and Foamed-In-Place Insulation

Sprayed Foam and Foamed-In-Place Insulation

This type of insulation is what can be blown into walls, under the floor or in the attic in order to seal possible air leaks. These come in small pressurised cans and are great for filling small cavities and serve as effective air barriers.

Radiant Barriers and Reflective Insulation

Radiant Barriers and Reflective Insulation

This is the type of insulation system that is used for attics in order to help lower down the summer heat gain and improve the home’s cooling system.

Concrete block insulation

Concrete Block Insulation

This type of insulation is used for blocks and foundation walls. This is a very important type of insulation because it can help moderate indoor temperatures. This type of insulation can take the form of polystyrene beads which are inserted or incorporated into the concrete blocks or rigid foam inserts.

Insulating Concrete Forms (ICF)

This is used for poured concrete walls in order to create high thermal resistance. ICF systems are made up of interconnected foam boards that are fastened together and can be reinforced by steel rods.

Foam Board or Rigid Foam

This type of insulation can be used practically anywhere in the home. They are most often very effective for wall sheathing and attic hatches, with good thermal resistance and effectively reducing heat conduction.

Structural Insulated Panels

Structural Insulated Panels

These are pre-fabricated elements that are usually more superior and durable as compared to other types of insulation. They are used for walls, ceilings, roofs and floors.

With the various types of home insulation, it is definitely best to consult an expert who can advise on what will be most effective for your home and suitable for your budget. FOR Energy can help you on this matter.

Where to Install Insulation

We strongly recommend that you insulate several parts of your home in order to maximise its energy efficiency. Priority should be given to four specific areas because these are the usual causes of energy loss.

These area include:
Ceilings and roofs
The ceiling and roof are the most important parts of the house that should be insulated. This is because it is through these areas that the highest portion of heat transfer occurs. In fact, without insulation you can incur as much as 40 percent energy loss through your ceiling and roof. You should also consider insulating the roofs of verandas and garages as these can also result to major energy loss.
No matter what the climate may be in your area, it is vital to consider insulating your walls. In fact, you can save as much as 25 percent of your home’s energy by putting up effective wall insulation.
Your home’s floor can also cause as much as 20 percent energy loss. You may want to put insulation or use carpets in order to improve your home’s energy-efficiency.
Water Pipes
Oftentimes, water pipes are overlooked when it comes to insulation. Your water pipes are part of your storage hot water system, thus, it is important to insulate externally exposed pipes.

How Does Our Insulation Installation Work

FOR Energy follows a customer-friendly process for installing your insulation requirements. In our process, everything is explained to you and we always put a premium on your wants and inputs, in our commitment to offer only the very best when it comes to customer experience. As such, this is how we conduct our process of installing your insulation.
  • Everything starts from your phone call.

    FOR Energy has a team of experienced and highly skilled professionals who take your call. They are trained in all aspects of insulation installation and can help you determine your needs.

  • We conduct a consultation process.

    When our insulation professional arrives at your door, we will check all the areas where the insulation should be installed. Will determine what your needs are and provide you with options, including cost comparisons.

  • We install your insulation.

    Once you have made a decision, our insulation professional and his team will install your insulation. This process usually takes just a day to install, with minimal requirements from you. Our team will also clean up whatever mess may have resulted from the installation.

  • Start enjoying your new comfort

    Within the next few months you'll start to notice a huge difference in your energy plan.

We provide a positive customer experience

Our service does not end with the installation of your insulation. After a few days, our team will be contacting you to check on your satisfaction on our services. They will also be conducting a customer satisfaction survey so that we know specifically what you liked about our service and areas for improvement. We are doing this so that we will continue to improve our services and provide you with positive customer experience.

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Our Guarantee

Our guarantee is total customer satisfaction. All of our personnel and most especially our Energy Pros are experts and the best in the field. They have undergone rigorous trainings and are updated in terms of the latest trends in making your home energy-efficient. Plus, they are courteous and efficient. They will do their best to properly assist you and help you in every way possible to make your home energy-efficient. With FOR Energy, you are sure to get the best value for your money. This is because we always make sure that every home owner will be able to consider their home their personal haven by working to ensure its comfort, health and energy efficiency.


Contact FOR Energy & Save

So what are you waiting for? Contact FOR Energy now to get the ball started when it comes to making your home energy efficient. Remember, you just have to contact us at (480) 699-1481 and we will be happy to do the rest.



Even though I bought a brand-new home, I wanted to make sure it was as energy efficient as possible to help with utility bills. I was hoping for a clean bill of health but they found that the attic wasn't sealed well, that the returns needed to be upgraded for optimal air flow, and that the insulation while standard could be increased for maximum protection. I'm only doing the attic seal for now. I found them to be courteous of my home when doing the inspection and when discussing the results and payment options. Don't wait to see how high your utilities can go before having the inspection. Do it now so you can save from the start. Your utility company offers discounts too.

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