Legacy can help install insulation in residential homes in a variety of areas.
Heat can easily escape through the roof of a home, leading to unnecessarily expensive electricity bills and energy waste. New insulation can be one of the most effective ways to retain heat in the winter and air conditioning in the summer.
If you’re able to clearly make out a conversation from the room next to yours, you probably need new insulation. Sound reduction is a huge benefit of installing new insulation.
Without proper insulation, a basement can become very chilly and unbearable to spend time in. New insulation increases temperature retention. Basements also tend to be more damp, and insulation works as a moisture barrier to minimize damaging mildew and mold growth.
While insulation limits heat transfer between levels, when placed between floor boards it also limits noise; no one wants to hear every step in the house, and insulation can help provide a more tranquil environment.
New Build Insulation
Legacy can help to install insulation in newly built homes, ensuring they are starting off properly sealed, maintaining energy efficiency and keeping heating costs low.
Is your property undergoing renovation? If you are noticing a draft or an abundance of icicles along your roof, it is most likely in need of replacement insulation. Legacy can help install insulation in older homes, preventing loss of heat and leading to a more evenly heated space.
Legacy installs insulation in both residential and commercial properties. Save money on energy bills with proper insulation in your commercial building, and provide your church, school, or multi-unit property with a greater sense of peace by reducing nearby and surrounding noise.
Why Choose Legacy Roofing & Restorations?
We are a family-owned business that has invested over four generations into this industry. We take great pride in providing the absolute best service for such vital parts of a person's home.
Our customer service hinges on professionalism and friendliness toward every customer we have the pleasure of working with. At Legacy Roofing & Restoration, we know our stuff, and we'll use our expertise to meet your needs and ensure you get the desired outcome.
Owens Corning Fiberglass Insulation
The insulation offered by Owens Corning is an updated version of the classic; able to be cleanly cut to fit and stay put when placed, their highly-recycled, ultra-soft Next Gen Fiberglass is able to be touched with bare hands and installed more quickly, keeping your project on schedule while keeping your building or home energy efficient. Also available are the low flame spread with vapor retarder for areas of exposed insulation and sound attenuation batts for maximum noise reduction. Owens Corning is UL classified.
Nu-Wool Premium Cellulose Insulation
Nu-wool is a form of cellulose insulation that has been available since 1949. 86% of nu-wool insulation is made of recycled newspaper, processing over 150 tons of reused paper (2,550 trees worth) every day. Nu-wool is UL classified.
We had an amazing experience with Legacy roofing, starting with Jeremy, who was completely upfront and true to his word throughout the complete job. Then came Roger with his roofing crew, the most pleasant and efficient crew ever. Then Kevin and the siding crew, another amazing group of guys—very particular and detailed. Our house looks fantastic. We couldn’t be happier!
Legacy replaced my roof, and I'd recommend them to others. I got three quotes, and Legacy gave me a similar price to the other local companies. The roof looks great, everything was cleaned up well, and the rep was honest and responsive.
Great customer service, very helpful with and responsive to many questions. Crew on site was friendly and cleaned up EVERYTHING. I was truly impressed with how clean the property was after the crew left.
Legacy did a great job installing our new roof. Jeremy was quite patient with us as we tried deciding which shingle color was best for the house. They were in and out in one day and it looks great!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Cellulose insulation is made of recycled newspaper, making this a great option for anyone seeking to utilize repurposed, sustainable building materials.