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Did you have a dad who would get on your case whenever you left a light on? He was on to something. He knew that leaving that light on was going to cost him money. Sure, it was only pennies. But those were his pennies. The same is true today. Only those aren't his pennies you're losing anymore. If your home is leaking heat or wasting energy, you're going to feel it in more ways than one.

There are some things you can do to increase the energy efficiency of your home that will also come with a quality of life upgrade. If you have leaky, old windows, replacing them isn't just going to save you money, you're also going to be able to enjoy how those new windows will improve the look of your home. If you have an old appliance that is drawing more energy than it should, getting something with newer technology inside isn't just going to shave dollars off your electric bill, those new appliances are going to be nice to look at, and nice to use. But, if you're serious about saving money, you may have to make an upgrade that isn't quite so noticeable.

You may not be able to enjoy insulation like you would new windows or a new appliance, but you're definitely going to enjoy seeing what insulation can do to your energy bills. When you have good insulation, your home is going to keep the warm air in through the winter and the cold air in on all of those hot summer days.

Whether you are considering which insulation to put into a new home or you have insulation in a home you've had for years, you can benefit from InCide® Attic Insulation. Fiberglass insulation can develop gaps and lose its thickness over time. Since InCide® Attic Insulation is a blown insulation, it will keep its seal, and it also works to cover over existing insulation and fill in the gaps. As you know, heat rises. Not having a good insulated attic can cost you financially. Consider having InCide® Attic Insulation installed.

When you get InCide® Attic Insulation, you're also getting the benefit of pest protection. This insulation in registered with the EPA and studies have shown it to be effective at preventing insect infestation in areas where it is applied. While this isn't going to solve all your pest problems, it is definitely a great start to protecting your home and your family from the many threats pests can pose.

Find out if you're in our service area, and have one of the certified technicians here at Rottler Pest & Lawn Solutions install InCide® Attic Insulation in your home. There is no better choice for attic insulation. Period.

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