We Are Thinking Green!

thinkgreenDid you know that at Banker Insulation we are thinking green?  Yes, we are going green — Green Fiber  that is!  We care about Mother Earth and are happy to do our part towards a cleaner environment. That is why we offer Green Fiber Insulation. As a homeowner it gives you a safe, cost effective solution to your insulation needs.  As a retailer or dealer you can offer a quality product that is the from the nation’s leading natural fiber insulation manufacturer. Plus, since Green Fiber is made out of over 85% recycled materials it is logo_greenfiberrecognized by the federal government & agencies as an environmentally-preferred product; therefore, many homeowners may qualify for a federal tax credit.*  We are proud to offer Green Fiber Insulation to you.

Thinking green is just one one of many ways we are do our part towards a better planet while serving the needs of homeowners & businesses across the nation. Banker Insulation is committed to providing professional service for Insulation Services, Insulation Installation, Re-Insulation, Fireplace Services, Sound Control, Wall Spray, and Spray Polyurethane Foam at commercial or residential locations. We offer a variety of insulation products such as Green Fiber, Heat-n-glo fireplaces, Johns Manville, Knauf Insulation, Lennox Hearth Products, Monessen Hearth Products, Dimplex. For more info on the products & services offered by Banker Insulation visit our website or contact us today!

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* Please talk to your tax advisor for details on tax credit benefits & how/if it applies to you.

Energy Efficient Home Insulation | US Fiscal Cliff

fiscal_cliffThe fiscal cliff is the steep decline in the budget deficit due to increased
taxes and less spending in accordance with prior enacted laws. Whatever your
political stance, there is a silver lining for energy-efficient
home-builders in the fiscal cliff legislation. The final legislation
includes a renewal of the 25L Tax Credit for builders of new
energy-efficient homes.

Home-builders who build and sell these energy-efficient homes benefit from
this tax credit. The tax credit is retroactive to homes sold in January 1st
of 2012. The home-builder must show proof that the level of the heating and
cooling energy consumption is at least 50% lower than that of a
commensurable living unit built in accordance with the
2006 IECC.

Banker Insulation specializes in contributing to the building of
energy-efficient homes with the home insulation product line that includes;
GreenFiber, Johns Manville and Knauff Insulation. Every one of these home
insulation product lines helps minimize heating and cooling energy

Arizona Home Insulation From Recycled Paper

Though fiberglass currently holds 94% of the U.S. insulation market, cellulose insulation proves to be recognized as an innovative, eco-friendly competitor in the building products industry thanks to GreenFiber.

GreenFiber is a natural fiber form of insulation that contributes to lowering the energy need to heat Arizona homes. In addition GreenFiber is made from 85% recycled paper fiber. This reduces manufacturing costs while providing further use to billions of tons of paper annually.

GreenFiber is able to produce this Arizona insulation product for homes via the hundreds of tons of recycled paper collected each month from a combination of commercial accounts, public drop-off locations and municipal recycling partnerships.

Utilizing a process of grinding paperboard, paper and a fire retardant, throw-aways from manufacturers, retailers and the public transform into cellulose insulation for Arizona homes.

As it turns out, cellulose insulation surpasses fiberglass with respect to soundproofing, air flow, mold protection and even fire resistance. During processing, ammonium sulfate and borate are added to repel fire.

Fiberglass continues to dominate the market for insulating Arizona homes, however it’s definitely got an up-and-coming competitor in GreenFiber’s cellulose insulation.

Arizona Home Insulation