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Nealon Energy Solultions, LLC
9 Robin Lane
Clinton, CT 06413
"Thank you for a great job. I will be sure to recommend you to all of my friends. I was extremely pleased with your professionalism and competence. You made me very comfortable and happy with my life long purchase" - G.M., Southington, CT
"Excellent workers, very polite and did a wonderful job." - B.Q., West Hartford, CT
"I was very impressed with the job and clean up, it was excellent." - E.C., New Britain, CT
"Your company was very prompt on arrival, very professional and courteous. I look forward to many years of benefit of fuel saving cost and comfort of my home that your company provided with material and workmanship." - P.D., Wethersfield, CT
"I was very impressed with your prompt response, professional presentation, attention to detail and your knowledgeable explanations for the work you do." - J.R., Chester, CT
"The cellulose insulation has made such a difference. The temperature stays constant and the furnace burns much less frequently. I am really glad that your company chooses to deal with cellulose exclusively and that it is healthier for everyone involved. Thank you and keep up the great work." - E.N., Forestville, CT
"Thank you so much for insulating my home. I woke up for the first time this morning in cold weather without shivering." - A.S., Chester, CT
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On New Homes and Additions
High Density - Dry Pac Wall System for Cellulose Insulation
- Saves Energy
- Saves Lives
- Saves the Environment
- Saves On Call Backs and Reduces Utility Bills Dramatically by Lowering Air Changes Per Hour
The Lower the Leak Ratio, the Lower the Utility Bill
The best thermos bottle made will not keep coffee hot or lemonade cold if you neglect to tighten the cap. This is true for your home too. The L.R. (leak ratio) for your home is obtained by dividing the leakage area (the sum of the leaks in the building shell) by the area of the building shell. A leak ratio of "0" means the home has no leaks. Studies show that a home insulated with cellulose (walls, under floors and attic) will have a leak ratio of about "2" compared with "6" for homes insulated with batt insulation. Tests show that a reduction of more than 50 percent in space heating bills is possible when cellulose insulation is used in conjunction with devices such as high-efficiency furnaces and low-E windows.