Your local home insulation company in Manhattan, KS is Green Factor Insulation
Are some rooms in your home too hot or too cold? Are you paying more than you should for heating and cooling utilities? You might be surprised at how small improvements can make a big difference in your home's (and wallet's) comfort potential. Contact your local Dr. Energy Saver contractor today for a FREE estimate!
We help you have a more comfortable, energy efficient home with a comprehensive home energy audit. After the inspection we walk through your Manhattan home with you showing you areas to improve and how to improve them.
Our home insulation professionals can help keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer by correctly installing the right type of insulation.
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Our team of certified HVAC professionals can repair your furnace in the winter
or your air conditioning in the summer. If it is time to replace and old
unit we can handle the installation of a new energy-efficient unit.
Project Location: ENGLEWOOD ST, Manhattan, 66503
Comment: My lower level of my split level home has temperature control issues. It is much colder in the winter and much warmer than the upper levels in the summer. I had a company come for an estimate to replace my windows, but they thought it may be due to poor insulation or lack of air vents on that level. They recommended an energy audit so I'm hoping you can assist me with figuring out my next steps.
Project Location: N 16th St, Manhattan, 66502
Comment: In our south living room wall with windows we can feel drafts of air coming from the floor and window.
Project Location: Shadowridge Dr, Manhattan, 66503
Comment: Cold spots in house
Project Location: Wickham Rd., Manhattan, 66502
Comment: Roof icicles, draft in house/uneven heating inside house
Project Location: Colorado St., Manhattan, 66502
Comment: I would like a quote to dense pack cellulose in the (empty) walls of my newly purchased 1920s home (2 stories, 30 x 40 ft)
Project Location: Humboldt St, Manhattan, 66502
Comment: Home built in 1919. The second floor bath in being completely gutted and remodeled. In that process we have learned that between the exterior wall and the interior wall there exist no insulation at all. So what is the process in insulating these walls in the remainder of the house. Second what is a general cost per square foot.