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ALCAL Specialty Contracting, Inc.
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It is important to maintain and improve roofs to ensure they are waterproof and energy efficient in order to protect the building. Regular inspection and maintenance are vital to avoiding long-term problems such as damage to the fabric of a building. With the roofing experts at Alcal, you can be assured of our quality service and expertise while helping you avoid any significant costs or hazards associated with a poorly installed roof.
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Retrofitting the most visible places probably comes to mind when improving your home’s efficiency; however you along with many other homeowners overlook the attic. Your attic, although out of view, is actually the most important place in your home to have proper insulation.
Air sealing is the first step and a critical component to limiting airflow in and out your home. Combining air sealant with the proper insulation, such as spray foam and blown-in fiberglass insulation will ensure you house is energy efficient and save you money. Alcal’s leading insulation experts will deliver great customer satisfaction while assuring your attic with the proper R-value and air tight sealant to ensure valuable heat wont heat wont escape from your home.
Give Alcal a call if you’d like to see a positive impact on your family’s comfort and your utility bills. (855) 252-2501.
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throwback thursday to alcal playing hard at the company softball tournament.
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Alcal energy saving tip of the week.

Seal all window edges and cracks with rope caulk. This is the cheapest and simplest option.

About one-third of the home's total heat loss usually occurs through windows and doors.


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Do you know where your home should be insulated?

Alcal energy saving tip of the Week!

Close unused air vents. If you have central AC you can close air vent in rooms you're not using so you're not paying to cool them.


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Just out on the job, installing some Batt Insulation
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Alcal energy saving tip of the week :
Seal doors and windows. Install door sweeps at the bottom of your front and back doors to keep heat from escaping. Remove old window caulk and apply a fresh seal to retain heat in your home. 
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Use Owens Corning GreenGuard certified indoor Air Quality rated products.
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