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We Service the Following Areas: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia.
The call is FREE. We will arrange a FREE Estimate with your local Install America representative. 877-532-1846


Why buy from Install America

  • Free Estimates
  • Appointments made at your convenience
  • Financing available~!!
  • Written Warranties
  • Internet Discounts
  • Fully Insured
  • Licensed


PA   267-233-6881
NJ 856-432-4172
MD 410-394-9332
DE 302-525-4905

We offer Insulation to fit anyone’s Budget
We Guarantee Insulation & Installation for a Lifetime.
Ask about our 100% financing

eShield™ Insulation
Tax Credit
Save 40% On Energy Costs

  • lower the amount of heat transferred into your home in the summer
  • and out of your home in the winter
eShield™ FAQ’s
(click here)

Use eShield™ 11000:

  • Beneath the roof deck
  • Between roof joists
  • Beneath radiant floors
  • Behind recessed lights
  • At eaves to prevent ice dams
  • Behind fiberglass batts in walls
  • On basement or attic knee walls

Residential - Commercial

The most effective way to cut these costs is to lower the amount of heat transferred into your home in the summer and out of your home in the winter.

Heat is transferred in three ways:

  • radiation,
  • conduction
  • convection

All heat transfer begins with radiation. Infrared rays or heat waves are radiated in a direct line from any heat source whether it be the sun, a fire, or the electric element of a space heater. These heat waves are either reflected or absorbed by any object that they come in contact with.

If they are absorbed, the process of conduction (heat passing through solid materials) or convection (heat movement by air currents) can occur. Your roof, insulation, walls and ceiling are all materials that absorb and conduct these heat waves, driving up your energy bills as your furnace or air conditioner tries to compensate for the extra heat loss or gain.

Approximately 75% of total heat transfer in a building occurs through radiation. The foil in EShield 11000 can reflect up to 97% of radiant energy striking it.

Tax Credit Info 2009-2010

Insulation must Meet 2009 IECC & Amendments 30% of cost, up to $1,5001

For insulation to qualify, its primary purpose must be to insulate (example: insulated siding does not qualify).

Adding insulation to your home is covered.

1Subject to a $1,500 maximum per homeowner for all improvements combined.

eShield™ FAQ’s

Q: Will eShield™ installed in my attic trap mildew-causing moisture in my ceiling?

A: eShield™ is perforated to allow vapor to escape the housing envelope – it will not contribute to mildew growth in your home.

Q: Will eShield™ create a fire hazard in my attic?

A: eShield™ Attic Energy Barrier is fire-resistant – it’s less combustible than the structure to which it attaches. Of course, like almost any material, it will melt and eventually burn if exposed to an open flame.

Q: Can I get a rebate for installing eShield™?

A: eShield™ Attic Energy Barrier is Department of Energy approved and bears the Energystar® mark. This is the gold standard in energy efficiency and qualifies for most federal, state and energy company rebates. Check with your eShield™ rep to learn what’s available in your area.

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As well as Cash & Personal Checks

The Install America Difference

  • All of our employees have been hand-selected for experience, training and courtesy.
  • We purchase all of our products and equipment directly from the manufacturer and pass the savings on to you.
  • We will never add any hidden fees - the initial quote will be the all-inclusive final price.
  • We will meet any special requests.
  • We will supervise every phase of the renovation, from delivery to cleanup.