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Insulate Your Attic Now.

Be Comfortable. Save money and energy.

Blowing Insulation into a Maryland Attic

Save energy… and save money.

Did you know up to 40% of a home’s conditioned air escapes through the attic? If your heating and cooling energy costs are going thorough the roof, there’s an easy solution: Adding attic insulation and sealing air leaks can help cut heating and cooling energy bills by up to 20%.

Adding Attic insulation: The most effective thing you can do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Do it for your roof…for your budget… and for your planet. Adding Owens Corning Pink fiberglass Blown-in insulation to your attic  and walls can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by over half a ton each year. Pink is truly Green.

All this from the brands you know and trust.

Mark Holencik Home Improvements and Owens Corning have teamed up to make your home more comfortable. Lehigh Valley Sun Tunnels installs the high-quality insulation manufactured by Owens Corning.

We are making the Lehigh Valley and Pocono area a more energy-efficient… more beautiful… and more comfortable place for you to be.

 Protect your roof.

The performance of your new roof goes a lot deeper than the new shingles. It takes a complete system – including ventilation and insulation products. these elements work together to provide you comfort, help you save money, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and extend the life of your roof.

Ventilation + insulation = fewer roof problems.

Trapped heat and moisture in the attic can severely jeopardize the performance of a roof. The combination of insulation and a ventilation system helps to keep excessive household moisture and heat out. As a result, the proper conditions and temperature are better maintained in the attic and on the roof deck throughout the year.

Attic moisture can cause:

  • Wet wood – sagging roof deck and rafters

  • Potential insect infestation

  • Mold, spores, fungi, and mildew

  • Metal rust

  • Interior damage                                              

 Attic heat can cause:

  • Ice dams that prevent water runoff

  • Premature failure of roofing materials