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  • Thermally efficient to help fight rising utility bills
  • Lightweight and flexible for easy installation
  • Good sound absorption; reduces noise level wherever applied
  • Inorganic glass fiber is noncorrosive; it will not rot or mildew or otherwise deteriorate
  • Does not absorb moisture
  • Noncombustible per ASTM E136 (unfaced only)

How Much Do You Spend on Heating and Cooling Costs?

The national average for furnace installation is $4,243 (typical price range is $2,525 – $6,075) while air conditioners cost an average of $5,403  (typical price range is $3,741 – $7,212). Proper maintenance can prolong the lives of these units, depending on different factors, such as the unit’s brand and the frequency of use.

It’s also important to consider electricity costs. You can get a rough estimate of your hourly rates by multiplying the kilowatt (kW) unit uses by the state’s electricity rate.

As of July 2018, Michigan’s average electricity rate is 15.49 cents per kWh. If your unit uses 4,000 watts or 4 kilowatts, you will spend 52 cents per hour or $10 for the entire day. Initially, it doesn’t seem like much, but this is just an estimate. If you don’t pay attention to your home insulation, you might be surprised by your electricity bill.

Hours of Operation

Monday: 8:00am-7:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am-7:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am-7:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am-7:00pm
Friday: 8:00am-7:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am-12:00pm