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Why Insulate Your House

Why Insulate Your House?
Heating and cooling account for 50 to 70% of the energy used in the average American home. Inadequate insulation and air leakage are leading causes of energy waste in most homes. Insulation:

" saves money and our nation s limited energy resources

" makes your house more comfortable by helping to maintain a uniform temperature throughout the house.

" makes walls, ceilings, and floors warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.

The amount of energy you conserve will depend on several factors: your local climate; the size, shape, and construction of your house; the living habits of your family; the type and efficiency of the heating and cooling systems; and the fuel you use. Once the energy savings have paid for the installation cost, energy conserved is money saved - and saving energy will be even more important as utility rates go up.

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We are certified and trained through BASF  to install polyurethane foam.  We are also certified to install BASF premier line, Comfort Foam.

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New Hampshire Insulation - MJW Drywall and Spray Foam Insulation, Cellulose and Injection Foam Is

Your "Weatherization Experts"!

Now offers BPI certified building analysis energy audits and thermal imaging MJW drywall & foam insulation we can perform energy at your home which the cost may be covered by your local utility company they also have rebate programs depending on repairs that are needed that you may be eligible for
We perform these energy audits by installing a blower door which depressurize your house to -50 Pa during which time we measure the amount of cubic feet of air movement that is traveling through your home through random uncontrolled air leakage we show this with a smoke puffer pencil.

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We're proud of who we are and what we do. We want you to learn what our organization and our product can do for you in these times of ever rising energy prices. This new method of insulating existing structures can be used to bring your home up to date with the latest technology in injection foam application.

Now you can install this fabulous product in your home without the major reconstruction that was once necessary. In addition you will receive all the benefits available in new construction without the noxious formaldehyde found in lesser products.

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NOW OFFERING INJECTION FOAM! Pre-existing structure wall injection foam If you like most families are looking to save money on your heating costs every month then you need to look into our wall injection foam by sealing all cracks and crevices and keeping air infiltration out you can significantly improve your home's energy efficiency. At MJW drywall & foam insulation we are now offering pre-existing homes and businesses a wall injection foam. Now we will be able to come into your old plaster house that has no insulation and injects foam in the wall cavities. Or if you have a newer home and are just looking to save money on their heating and air-conditioning. This procedure of re-insulating pre-existing walls is fairly noninvasive usually only requiring two to three days to do an average house. We can even install this foam insulation where there is bat or cellulose insulation already in the wall cavity. We can also inject foam into cinderblock walls for commercial applications and behind brick veneer. We also can inject our foam into old fuel tanks for tank abatement. These procedure is fairly cost-efficient especially considering the high cost of home heating fuels. We also plan offering thermal imaging home audits so you can see where your air filtration may be coming in and your heat is going out. Please call For more information about this product or for a in-home consultation . Michael Wilson President & Owner of MJW Drywall & Foam Insulation LLC Hampton NH 03842 Office 603-601-6283 Toll Free (877) 572-0631 Cell 603-289-2124 Mjw Drywll & Foam Insulation LLC Info MJW Drywall & Foam Insulation LLC Hampton NH 03842 Office 603-601-6283 Toll Free (877) 572-0631 Cell 603-289-2124 Mjw Drywll & Foam Insulation LLC Info
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Proudly serving NH and the surrounding seacoast areas

Welcome to NH Foam
At MJW DryWall & Foam Insulation LLC we believe in Helping you build a Safer, Healthier, More Efficient Home's & Building's of Tomorrow, Today

We are Green Building!!

We install the best close cell foam insulation you can buy we cover NH VT ME & Mass

We offer package discounts
on foam insulation and drywall

Comfort Faom COMFORT FOAM® insulation and air barrier:

  • Eliminates convection looping
  • Improves energy efficiency
  • Is accepted by all major building codes, including the International Code Council
  • Provides a seamless blanket of superior insulation performance
  • Provides complete air leakage control
  • Is fully self-adhered – will not shrink, sag or settle
  • Improves structural strength
  • Eliminates condensing surfaces and moisture transfer
As a closed-cell foam, is approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as a suitable insulation material for flood regions

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Testimonial-Excellent job, no Dobt!
Again, many thanks for a fine job........the house is cleaner than it
was before the crew showed up. What more can I say except I was
pleasantly surprised.............my compliments to you and the guys.
They were really good and methodical.

Sitting here, I am noticing that the house is more quiet than
before...........amazing. I hope we get a good, cold
winter.........and will report in to you as the savings.

Best to you!!

Steve R
Manchester NH
Testimonial-Savings in gallons of 40%
NewsHi Mike,

I hope you and your family had a wonderful winter - we did.

I told you last year I'd send an email listing our fuel savings. Now, keep in mind, not only did we have foam insulation installed in the attic, we also purchased a new Buderus furnace and changed our air exchange system so I'm sure all of these changes are reflected in the savings. Also, we use propane to heat, cook and dry clothes (in the winter).

The propane used May 2008 to April 2009 was 1105.7 gallons.
The propane used May 2009 to April 2010 was 667.7 gallons - a savings of 438 gallons - almost 40% - pretty good!!!

Take care,

C. Dudly
Seacoast companies see rare opportunity in home improvement rebates
NewsSeacoast companies see rare opportunity in home improvement rebates Tuesday, May 12, 2009 at 11:08am By Jim Cavan In these uncertain economic times, everyone is looking for ways to save money -- particularly when it comes to big-bill demands like home heating and cooling costs. Crude oil and gasoline might seem cheap now, but anyone who remembers the price roller coaster of 2008 knows low prices aren’t here to stay. Perhaps more worrisome, however, is the unpredictable cost of home heating oil, particularly in the always brutal New England winters, and particularly with drafty, old New England homes. So what do the slumping economy, volatile oil prices, and home economics have in common? In two words: tax rebates. A major focus of President Obama’s 800 billion-plus dollar stimulus package involves tax cuts and incentives for those looking to make their homes more energy efficient, as well as the businesses supplying the equipment and labor. The rebates – which are available until December, 2010 – apply to everything from weatherization of windows to solar panels, wind or geothermal turbines, spray foam insulation, hybrid vehicles, and beyond. Simply put, each credit amounts to a 30% rebate up to $1500. When combined with other rebates and incentives, that number could be even higher. Needless to say, some Seacoast businesses – particularly in the construction and alternative energy sectors – see this is as a rare opportunity for both their bottom line as well as the overall trending towards green and sustainable energy sources happening all around them. In March Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of Energy Steven Chu rolled out plans for the partitioning of $3.2 billion for energy efficiency programs set aside in the 2009 Economic Recovery Act (the state of New Hampshire alone secured $49 million in the package). What does this mean for Granite State taxpayers? Ask Mike Wilson, owner of MJW Drywall and Insulation in Hampton, and it means a rare opportunity for Seacoast homeowners to invest in making the “envelope” of their house more energy efficient with products and services they might otherwise not be able to afford.
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EnergyStar says the credit can't be taken

for labor and installation costs.

EnergyStar says the credit can't be taken

for labor and installation costs.

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Homeowner Opts for R-value in
Homeowner Opts for R-value in Injection Foam

Geo Miller, Editor

After replacing single-pane windows with double-panes and completing renovations to interior rooms in his 100-year-old Manchester, NH, colonial, David Sarvai turned his attention last fall to what was lurking behind the walls: mostly nothing.

Only the kitchen on the north side of the house had any insulation, and that was cellulose installed long before he and his family arrived. Years later, the cellulose had settled in places, leaving
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Tripolymer® Injection Foam Insulation: A Perfect Complement to Spray Foam
Tripolymer® is Uniquely Suited for Certain Insulation Applications
By SprayFoam.com Staff

North Ft. Meyers, FL - January - 20, 2009 - Although standard spray foam systems provide the ideal insulation for most situations, there are certain instances where its application may be difficult or impractical. However, even if this is the case, spray foam contractors don’t necessarily have to surrender these jobs. Many can still be serviced using injection foam, a product that effectively complements the benefits of conventional spray foam.

Tripolymer® injection foam insulation is different than traditional urea-based foam products. It is a hybrid belonging to one of the oldest groups of synthetically produced thermosetting plastics called phenolics. Today, phenolic plastics are well known for their durability, structural integrity, and extraordinary fire resistance. Phenolic plastics are used in electronics, automobiles, machine parts, fire-proof coatings, adhesives, tools, and thousands of other commercial and household items.
The Orlando Sentinel, Fla., Mike Thomas column Time to beef up insulation amid shift in energy plan
Jul 22, 2008 — The Orlando Sentinel

Mike Thomas

Jul. 22, 2008 (McClatchy-Tribune Regional News delivered by Newstex) -- You might want to beat the rush on home insulation.

I just had shaving cream-like foam injected into the exterior walls, filling all those big brick holes that let in the July heat. The attic also has a thick, new coat of fiberglass snow.

My house is a thermal tomb.

I'm ready for the global-warming tax headed our way.

Energy is about to

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