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Did you know that poor insulation can result in 25% of your home’s energy being lost through your attic and roof? Adding insulation is one of the most cost-effective ways to improve energy efficiency and reduce utility bills. Larson Air Conditioning is a designated Arizona Home Performance with ENERGY STAR® contractor and an expert on energy-efficient home solutions. We offer two types of attic insulation:

  • Used for attic floor applications.
  • Installs overs existing fiberglass insulation.
  • Made from micron-thin strands of blown recycled glass and renewable silica sand.
  • Naturally non-combustible.
  • No Formaldehyde, no harsh acrylics, no dyes, no unnecessary fire retardants.
  • Lightweight and does not absorb or retain moisture.
  • Does not settle or slump over time.
  • R-Value per inch: 2.8.

Fiberglass Packaging

  • Used for attic floor applications.
  • Installs overs existing cellulose insulation.
  • Made from 85% recycled material.
  • Engineered to fill gaps, voids, and hard to reach areas.
  • Keeps homes cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.
  • Can reduce heating and cooling costs by up to 25%, but savings vary.
  • R-Value per inch: 3.7.
  • Formaldehyde free.
  • Energy Star certified.

Cellulose Packaging

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Answer two brief questions and get an instant estimate of your insulation installation. If you are ready to schedule a home evaluation or insulation install, please call (480) 428-0600 or submit a request using our form.


Increasing Efficiency For Your Home

Did you know adding attic insulation has been rated as a top upgrade project with the best ROI? For optimal energy efficiency, call Larson to insulate your attic, attic access door, and garage.

Insulation FAQs

Is insulation important year-round?

Insulation is a thermally resistant barrier which inhibits the migration of thermal energy into and out of the house. The results are a cooler home in the summer, warmer home in the winter, and lower energy bills.

Summer: During the intense summer months in Arizona, the outside temperature can reach 115 degrees. This heats residential homes’ roof and walls, with attic temperatures rising to over 180 degrees. If not properly insulated, this hot air can enter your home and increase energy bills. When a home is poorly insulated, the heat enters the home at about the same rate as your air conditioning unit can cool it. With attic and wall insulation, this can reduce the amount of heat coming into your home to keep it cooler longer and your system running less frequently.

Winter: Like the summer months, insulation is very effective at retaining heat during the winter months. With proper insulation, the heat is kept within your home and your system doesn’t have to run as often. This results in lower energy bills and a warmer home.

What are R-Values?

R-Values reflect the ability of insulation to resist the flow of heat out of a home in the winter and into a home in the summer. The higher the R-Value, the greater the insulating power and the greater the potential energy savings. A higher R-Value also ensures a more comfortable environment by maintaining an optimal temperature range in the home year-round.

Can adding insulation lower my energy bills?

Insulation is so effective that its cost is often paid for through energy savings in less than a year! With the rising cost of natural gas and electricity, savings may come even sooner.

Home Energy Rebates Are Available

Check out rebate offers from APS and SRP to save money on your insulation improvements!

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