What You'll Get
Do-it-yourself remodeling can result in family rooms turning into walk-in closets and walk-in closets turning into regular closets. Unless you want closets, leave it to the pros with this Groupon.
$99 for Up to 420 Square Feet of Fiberglass or Radiant Barrier Insulation (Up to $504 Value)
Insulation maintains a comfortable flow of air in winter and summer months and also reduces heating and cooling costs. The value of this Groupon can be applied toward a larger projects such as insulating an entire attic or crawlspace.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid within all of Piedmont Triad: Mebane, Burlington, Greensboro, Asheboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Clemmons, and the outer areas. Valid only for attic or crawlspace installation; wall insulation not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Home Energy Solutions of the Triad
As a certified building analyst, home-energy specialist, and EcoBroker-certified affiliate, John J. Redmond knows that energy efficiency is more than an environmentally sound practice—it also saves homeowners money. Along with his partner Jay Gardner, Redmond has created a home-energy-consulting company that diagnoses inefficiencies and offers custom, low-cost solutions. Redmond is also known to share his expertise with the community Sunday mornings on a radio show focusing on energy efficiency.
In free home-energy analyses, Building Performance Institute and RESNET-certified technicians sleuth out energy and ventilation problems and develop custom plans to fix them, which may include air and duct sealing, window replacement, insulation, and heating- and air-conditioning-efficiency services. Certified contractors from Home Energy Solutions’ fully vetted network can perform repairs or improvements. After contractors complete their projects, Home Energy Solutions’ technicians return to homes to perform a second energy analysis to demonstrate improved household efficiency and reveal the punch line to knock-knock jokes they began on their first visit.