Insulation, Air Sealing,
Duct Sealing, Air Infiltration Testing & Duct
Leakage Testing, Sealed Crawlspaces for
Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, and Columbia
AppleBlossom Energy has been passionate about
conserving energy, lowering home energy costs
and improving comfort for homeowners since 2006. It starts with superior,
insulation made with recycled materials,
combined with the latest in
air sealing and
sealing techniques. Our expertise is rooted in
building science and we help you save money and
reduce energy usage while "going green."
AppleBlossom is an industry leader in energy
efficiency and home performance contracting.
Our professional staff provides great service
installation crews are trained in
Building Performance Institute (BPI) air-sealing
protocols and methods.
Charlotte Heating | Charlotte
Air Conditioning | Charlotte Heating
and Cooling | Raleigh Heating
| Heating and Air Raleigh |
Air Conditioning Raleigh |
Greensboro Heating and Air | Heating
and Air NC | HVAC NC HVAC
Charlotte | HVAC Raleigh |
HVAC North Carolina | HVAC South
Carolina | Insulation NC |
Insulation Charlotte | Insulation
Raleigh | Spray Foam Insulation NC
| Insulation Greensboro |
Spray Foam Insulation Charlotte |
Spray Foam Insulation Raleigh | Duct
Sealing | Air Sealing |
Radiant Barrier Insulation | Sealed
Energy can help you lower energy costs by up to
We offer a wide range of products and
services that can meet our clients' needs to
reduce energy consumption. AppleBlossom is
your “go-to” source for quality building
insulation since 2006. Our experienced and
trained crews install insulation in both
existing homes and new construction, and work in
both single-family residences and multi-family
apartments or condominiums.
Adding attic insulation is
typically the most effective and easiest way to
reduce energy consumption and improve energy
efficiency for your home. Increasing attic
insulation will make it easier for your
heating/cooling system to operate. In some
cases, improving attic insulation can reduce
energy consumption 20% or more.
is the greenest insulation available today. It
contains up to 65 times less embodied energy
than foam insulation, blocks air-infiltration
and reduces sound. Cellulose insulation is
made from up to 85% recycled materials and is
resistant to fire and pests.
Fiberglass & Foam
Although AppleBlossom specializes in blown-in
cellulose insulation, for specific applications
we can also blow-in loose fiberglass insulation
or install fiberglass batts. Although fiberglass
insulation can be cost-effective and perform
well thermally, fiberglass does not block
air-infiltration as effectively as cellulose
insulation. Spray foam is also offered to our
customers to complete our comprehensive line of
insulation is an eco-friendly way to save time
and money using a natural, sustainable and
abundant resource! This Sheep Wool is: Fire and
vermin resistant, Non-toxic, Resists mold
growth, Acoustically superior, A naturally
“green”, energy saving product, Eliminates voids
and air pockets common with other insulation
materials, Reduces air infiltration and
increases the “effective R-value”
AppleBlossom provides home
energy audits to evaluate and identify the best
methods to reduce energy consumption and
maximize your return on investment.
When combined with an energy
audit, our energy modeling software provides
powerful insight into a building’s overall
thermal characteristics and energy performance.
Energy modeling allows optimal selection and
sizing of heating and cooling systems and
creates various energy reduction scenarios for a
given home that maximizes your financial
Windows are "energy sink-holes".
Regardless of window quality or brand, windows
create 10 to 20 times more heat gain/loss than
an adjacent insulated wall. Replacing windows is
rarely cost-effective based solely on energy
savings. IN'FLECTOR radiant barrier window
Energy are engineered to reduce heat gain and
loss - all year round. How well does it work?
The U.S. Air Force is installing IN'FLECTOR
radiant window barriers in hundreds of windows
at Lackland AFB.
Heat flows in
buildings occur in three ways: conduction,
convection and radiation. Radiant Barriers and
Interior Radiation Control Coating Systems
address heat flows by radiation (whereas
standard insulations only address convection and
conduction heat transfer). Radiation is the
transfer of heat by electromagnetic waves known
as thermal radiation. Thermal radiation is a
form of invisible light that travels through the
air from a warm to a cool surface. Warm
surfaces, such as roof decks warmed by the sun,
will radiate or emit their heat to cooler
interior building surfaces. A Radiant Barrier or IRCCS is a low emissivity surface placed in the
path of thermal radiation that blocks or reduces
that heat transfer.
It's all about
reducing energy and saving money.
is the AppleBlossom difference.
Serving the coastal Carolina states and
most of the southeastern United States with
offices in Raleigh, Greensboro, and Charlotte.