New Construction

New construction projects are exciting. Whether you are building a sprawling ranch, stately manor, tiny bungalow, or something unique, one thing you must consider is insulation. There are so many options out there that you may be a bit confused about how to choose the right one for your new construction project. Learn a bit more about why you need to insulate to begin with and then discover the products available. Finally, call Lucas Insulation and let us work with you to insulate your new building properly.

You need insulation of some type for your new home for two main reasons. First, a building that is properly insulated will be cheaper to keep at a consistent and comfortable temperature. In addition to cutting down your heating and air conditioning costs, insulation will help you go “green” and reduce your carbon footprint.

At Lucas Insulation, we offer foam insulation and fiberglass insulation. Both of these can provide you with the energy savings you are looking for and will keep your new house cooler in summer and warmer in winter. Depending on your exact situation, it may be possible that one type is best for the main surface of your attic and in the walls, while another type is used to fill gaps and crevasses. If you call us at Lucas Insulation, we will talk to you about the construction of the building itself so we can make the right decision for insulation.

As you can see, insulation is very important—even for homes that are brand new. Look at insulation as an investment, rather than a burden. This addition to your newly constructed home will provide energy savings and other benefits for years to come.

Call 803.951.2378 or contact us at Lucas Insulation and let us discuss your options and help you make the right decision for your residential or commercial construction project.

It has been years since you insulated our home, and as you may recall I was there and very fussy about getting the insulation installed correctly. As we both know without being installed properly, the insulation performance is compromised. With that said, years later I had to get up in the attic so I could get to an exterior vented kitchen exhaust pipe. In the process, I messed up the insulation your men installed getting to that vent.

After notifying you, we were put on your list to repair the damage I created. You sent the same man that originally installed my insulation and his attitude was positive and friendly. They finished repairing what I messed up and said there would be no charge. In my unbelief I asked them to call to make sure. You told them no charge. I am writing to let you know how appreciative we are, and to say that your experienced team is pleasant, professional, and a joy to be around. God has blessed you and me. Thank you.

Howard and Janet O.,