Project Profile: Englewood, CO Home

Home located in Englewood, CO

Builder Chalet Homes came to Kinzler Construction Services looking for the best options for insulation value and sound reduction for this large, new, Englewood home.

Our local insulation experts recommended open-cell spray foam, batting and blown-in mineral wool insulation for the interior walls – to reduce sound transmission.

Contact us today to determine what product is most cost-effective for your next project!

Do These 3 Things to Save Big $$ This Winter

Temperatures are dropping, daylight is shorter & everyone is spending more time inside. It’s important to prepare your home for the coldest months of the year, to make it comfortable & more energy efficient. Here are some ideas which could save you big money!

  1. Replace furnace filters monthly

Check and replace your furnace filters on a monthly basis during the winter months. To check if a filter needs to be replaced, hold it up to the light. If light does not shine through, it is time for a new one.

  1. Switch ceiling fan blades

In the winter months, change your ceiling fan blades to move clockwise. It lifts the cool air to the ceiling and pushes the heated air down.

  1. Add insulation

To keep heat in and the cold out, add insulation to your attic. This is where you can usually find some of the largest opportunities to save energy in your home. Your local experts at Kinzler Construction Services can help identify inefficiencies in your home, such as air leaks & inadequate insulation.

Contact Kinzler Construction Services for a free insulation inspection at your home! Call us at 888-292-2382 and start saving money on your energy bills!

Customer Testimonial. Homeowner

“The guys were very informative and great at answering and explaining questions to ensure as a customer, I understood everything. They did an awesome job and cleaned up afterwards!”

-Rachel O (Nevada, IA)

 

Customer Testimonial. Homeowner

“The guys were excellent.  Very professional, courteous, clean and although I don’t have a lot of experience in finished insulation projects, it appears to be a text-book insulation job.”

– Brandon K (Des Moines, IA)

Project Profile. Lake Vermillion

 

Kinzler installed open cell spray foam in the garage area bonus room portion of the 8,000+ square foot home in -30 degree weather. The customer originally wanted to used closed cell spray foam, but couldn’t because of the temperatures. Kinzler worked with a general contractor to design an efficient insulation system that could be installed in sub-zero temperatures without compromising the quality. It was decided that the best solution would be to do the bonus room in open cell spray foam, initially, and to come back the next fall to replace with the closed cell spray foam that they requested but couldn’t install because of the temperatures. Additionally, we put open and closed cell spray foam insulation in the attic with R60 blown-in fiberglass over the foam.

 

Project Profile. Spray Foam

Due to a vaulted roof system and mechanical ducts located in the attic space, Kinzler installed a polystyrene vent system and twelve inches of open-cell spray foam. To improve the overall performance, we also installed five and a half inches of open cell spray foam in the exterior walls. The result was an extremely well-insulated and quiet retirement home for the customer.

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