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  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. What Our Customers are Saying ... “I would strongly recommend using Classic “I have used Classic Insulation and Pest Control Insulation and Pest Control. I received 3 different for a number of projects over the last eight bids for putting insulation in my 1930’s home. The years, including removing and replacing insulation Classic Insulation team shined high above their in large apartment structures. They have competition, from the front desk to the estimator, consistently done an excellent job, staying on to the installation crew, their professionalism was time and on budget. Other contractors, working impressive. Plus we haved saved approximately on my properties, have commented highly on the 30% on our heating cost!” quality of their work.” - Gregg Murphy -Gary Burchard Mount Vernon, WA Kent, WA “My house is over 35 years old and Classic “These guys were quick! They gave a good Insulation removed all of the old insulation in both service with no problems afterward. When we my attic and crawl space and re-insulated both need more work in the future, we know who to with more modern materials. In addition, they call.” put down new vapor barrier in the crawl space. -Tim Epps I have had two other professional insulation Seattle City Light people review the work and they both said that it was one of the best professional jobs they had seen in a crawl space and attic. I have been very pleased with their work and the timeliness of the job.” -Dean Cruze Mercer Island, WA
  • 3. We Plug the Big Holes First! Although you must seal the small cracks because conditioned air escapes through them, the biggest savings will come from plugging the largest holes. Like... a Where interior and exterior walls meet the attic floor. a Soffits and other dropped-ceiling areas a Behind attic kneewalls To address these issues, here are some of the steps we take to fix the problem and insure the proper insulation of your home.
  • 4. ... for FREE!* At Classic Insulation and Pest Control we feel strongly that sealing all the openings in your home are critical to insure proper insulation. That’s why we seal these often overlooked areas for free. We seal openings around plumbing vents, pipes, electrical boxes and wires. Once the foam or caulk is dry, we cover the area with insulation. * Classic Insulation and Pest Control will seal all the leaks mentioned above for FREE as long as removal of existing insulation is included in the work order.
  • 5. Frequently Asked Questions What Is an R-Value? Why Insulate? An R-value is a rating used to measure how well Insulation is one of the smartest investments you insulation can resist heat flow. The higher the can make in your home because it provides year- R-value, the greater the insulation properties round comfort and savings in three important ways: and the slower heat and cold flows through it. Because insulation with higher R-values is Lower Energy Bills more energy-efficient, the colder the climate, the Insulation keeps your home warmer in the winter, higher the required R-value. which lowers your heating costs. In the summer, insulation keeps your home cooler, which eases Different areas of the home have different the load on your air conditioner. recommended R-values, depending on what materials are used and how much space is available for insulation. The table below shows Quieter, More Comfortable Living the suggested R-values for homes. Insulation can actually absorb sound, reducing the unwanted noise from appliances, audio equipment, The R-value you need will also depend on where conversation and other sources of sound that you live. The map shows you what R-values you are transmitted through your walls and floors. might need, based on your home being located Insulation also keeps your family more comfortable in the Pacific Northwest. by making it easier for your furnace or air conditioner to maintain a constant temperature. Healthy home, healthy environment Area of Home Good Better Best Reducing your family’s overall formaldehyde Attics R-30 R-38 R-49 exposure can make your home healthier and safer. Cathedral Ceilings R-19 R-30 R-38 And using Johns Manville Formaldehyde-free™ fiber glass insulation can help you achieve that 2 x 4 Walls R-13 R-15 reduction and follow the California Air Resources 2 X 6 Walls R-19 R-21 Board’s recommendations to use formaldehyde- Floors R-19 R-25 R-30 free building materials, including insulation, so Crawl Spaces R-19 R-25 R-30 that it emits little or no formaldehyde. Fiber glass Basement Walls R-11 R-13 R-15 insulation helps prevent the growth of potentially hazardous mold and mildew in your walls, air ducts and ceilings that can result from trapped moisture.
  • 6. Rebates
  • 7. Cascade Natural Gas- Rebate Calcuation Sheet* Floor Insulation Beginning R-Value not more than R-11 Ending R-Value equal to or greater than R-30 or fill the cavity** Square Footage 250 500 750 1000 REBATE AMOUNT $112 $225 $337 $450 Square Footage 1,250 1,500 1,750 2,000 REBATE AMOUNT $562 $675 $787 $900 Square Footage 2,250 2,500 2,750 3,000 REBATE AMOUNT $1,012 $1,125 $1,237 $1,350 Square Footage 3,250 3,500 3,750 4,000 REBATE AMOUNT $1,462 $1,575 $1,687 $1,800 Square Footage 4,250 4,500 4,750 5,000 REBATE AMOUNT $1,912 $2,025 $2,137 $2,250 Square Footage 5,250 5,500 5,750 6,000 REBATE AMOUNT $2,362 $2,475 $2,587 $2,700 Square Footage 6,250 6,500 6,750 7,000 REBATE AMOUNT $2,812 $2,925 $3,037 $3,150 * These Rebate Amounts are for bidding purposes only and the actual amount may differ slightly based on the precise square footage. An accurate Rebate Amount will be provided to you upon completion of the work for use with your Insulation Incentive Application. Incentives are effective until December 31, 2009, and may be subject to change. ** Minimum of R-19 or higher to fill cavity.
  • 8. Cascade Natural Gas - Rebate Calculation Sheet* Attic Insulation Beginning R-Value not more than R-18 Ending R-Value equal to or greater than R-38 Square Footage 250 500 750 1,000 REBATE AMOUNT $62 $125 $187 $250 Square Footage 1250 1500 1750 2000 REBATE AMOUNT $312 $375 $437 $500 Square Footage 2,250 2,500 2,750 3,000 REBATE AMOUNT $562 $625 $687 $750 Square Footage 3,250 3,500 3,750 4,000 REBATE AMOUNT $812 $875 $937 $1,000 Square Footage 4,250 4,500 4,750 5,000 REBATE AMOUNT $1,062 $1,125 $1,187 $1,250 Square Footage 5,250 5,500 5,750 6,000 REBATE AMOUNT $1,312 $1,375 $1,437 $1,500 Square Footage 6,250 6,500 6,750 7,000 REBATE AMOUNT $1,562 $1,625 $1,687 $1,750 * These Rebate Amounts are for bidding purposes only and the actual amount may differ slightly based on the precise square footage. An accurate Rebate Amount will be provided to you upon completion of the work for use with your Insulation Incentive Application. Incentives are effective until December 31, 2009, and may be subject to change.
  • 9. Cascade Natural Gas - Rebate Calculation Sheet* Wall Insulation Beginning R-Value not more than R-4 Ending R-Value equal to or greater than R-1 1 Square Footage 250 500 750 1,000 REBATE AMOUNT $75 $150 $225 $300 Square Footage 1,250 1,500 1,750 2,000 REBATE AMOUNT $375 $450 $525 $600 Square Footage 2,250 2,500 2,750 3,000 REBATE AMOUNT $675 $750 $825 $900 Square Footage 3,250 3,500 3,750 4,000 REBATE AMOUNT $975 $1,050 $1,125 $1,200 Square Footage 4,250 4,500 4,750 5,000 REBATE AMOUNT $1,275 $1,350 $1,425 $1,500 Square Footage 5,250 5,500 5,750 6,000 REBATE AMOUNT $1,575 $1,650 $1,725 $1,800 Square Footage 6,250 6,500 6,750 7,000 REBATE AMOUNT $1,875 $1,950 $2,025 $2,100 * These Rebate Amounts are for bidding purposes only and the actual amount may differ slightly based on the precise square footage. An accurate Rebate Amount will be provided to you upon completion of the work for use with your Insulation Incentive Application. Incentives are effective until December 31, 2009, and may be subject to change.
  • 10. Snohomish County PUD -Rebate Sheet Floor Insulation 50% of project cost up to $1,800.00 per the following schedule: If... a No insulation exists, then insulate to a minimum R-1 (The final R value must be >= R-1 1.) 1 and to the maximum feasible R value. a Existing insulation is R-1 1 or less then insulate to the maximum feasible R value but not less than R-19. (The final R value must be >= R-19.) a The existing insulation level is more than R-1 R-30. 1 and less than R-19, then insulate to a minimum of
  • 11. PUGET SOUND ENERGY Rebate Eligibility Requirements: a Rebates apply to customers who heat their homes with natural gas or electricity provided by PSE and who have the rebatable projects completed by an independent contractor authorized to do work on PSE’s insulation rebate program. a Rebatable projects include floor insulation, attic insulation, wall insulation, duct insulation and sealing of ducts. a Rebate amount is paid directly to the Installer/Contractor. a To be eligible for window or heat pump rebates, your home must be properly insulated first.
  • 12. Puget Sound Energy Rebate Sheet Floor Insulation 50% of project cost up to $400.00 per the following schedule: Pre-Existing Condition: a The existing insulation for the floor must be between R-0 and R-10 to qualify for this rebate. Post Condition: a The amount of insulation required after the work is done must be as close to R-30 as possible.
  • 13. Puget Sound Energy Rebate Sheet Duct Insulation 50% of project cost up to $200.00 per the following schedule: Pre-Existing Condition: a The existing duct insulation must be R-0 to qualify for this rebate. Post Condition: a The amount of duct insulation required after the work is done mus be R-1 1.
  • 14. 2009 Federal Energy Tax Credit In 2009, homeowners are eligible to for a tax credit of up to $1500 for energy efficient improvements to their home. The Tax Credit is based on 30% of the material cost that it took to make the improvements. The Tax Credit applies only to the improvements made to the building envelope since they affect energy use. It requires that the building envelope component being renovated must meet the energy efficiency minimum standards outlined in the 2001 or 2004 International walls, basements and crawl spaces. Insulation Energy Conservation Code (IECC). The is a key component of the home or building envelope is defined as the area along the envelope. perimeter of the home that separates the living space from the outside. Consumers who want to take advantage of the Federal Tax Credits for their homes must install This includes attics, foundation and exterior the products between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010. The chart on the next page gives you an approximate Federal Tax Credit amount. The actual amount of your Federal Tax Credit may vary based on the actual material costs for the work done on your home. We feel that this chart should give you a fair approximation of what that amount would be.
  • 15. 2009 Energy Tax Credit Calculation Sheet for Insulation Installation Total Install Cost $500 $750 $1,000 $1,250 TAX CREDIT $75 $112 $150 $187 Total Install Cost $1,500 $1,750 $2,000 $2,250 TAX CREDIT $225 $262 $300 $337 Total Install Cost $2,500 $2,750 $3,000 $3,250 TAX CREDIT $375 $412 $450 $487 Total Install Cost $3,500 $3,750 $4,000 $4,250 TAX CREDIT $525 $562 $600 $637 Total Install Cost $4,500 $4,750 $5,000 $5,250 TAX CREDIT $675 $712 $750 $787 Total Install Cost $5,500 $5,750 $6,000 $6,250 TAX CREDIT $825 $862 $900 $937 Total Install Cost $6,500 $6,750 $7,000 $7,250 TAX CREDIT $975 $1,012 $1,050 $1,087 Total Install Cost $7,500 $7,750 $8,000 $8,250 TAX CREDIT $1,125 $1,162 $1,200 $1,237 Total Install Cost $8,500 $8,750 $9,000 $9,250 TAX CREDIT $1,275 $1,312 $1,350 $1,387 Total Install Cost $9,500 $9,750 $10,000 TAX CREDIT $1,425 $1,462 $1,500** * These estimates are for bidding purposes only and the amount may differ slightly based on the precise square footage and final job cost. An accurate Tax Credit Amount Certificate will be provided to you upon completion of the work for use with your 2009 Tax Return. ** The maximum 2009 Energy Tax Credit allowed is $1500 per household.