Jacqueline is the Assistant Controller of Coastal, with direct management of Coastal’s corporate payroll, along with numerous financial reporting responsibilities. Jacqueline is also well-skilled in IT, which further enhances her value at Coastal.
Jacqueline is one of many success stories at Coastal, in that she began her career here 10 years ago as a Staff Accountant, and through years of hard work, and advancing her education, she now holds a supervisory position, with critical responsibilities within the organization.
Jacqueline originally received her Bachelor of Science in Public Health but as her interest in Coastal, and desire for accounting knowledge grew, she earned her Master of Science in Accounting from Southern New Hampshire University, as well as passing the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exam, all while maintaining her challenging full-time position at Coastal.
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Rebates on an insulation project! Want to participate in the NJ Home Performance with Energy Star program? Have a newer or midlife HVAC system? We want to air seal and insulate your home!
Let us break it down in easy terms: An 80% furnace running in peak season (cold weather) with no air sealing and insulation under R-49. You home will leak conditioned air, and the insulation will not be thick enough to hold it in. Think about what your efficiency is after losing your conditioned air.
Same scenario with a High Efficiency furnace a 96%, the furnace may be cheaper to run at the same length of time, but it is still running and still losing heat. Why by a larger furnace (cost you more out of pocket), and run that furnace non-stop?
By air sealing and insulating first, you reduce the size of the furnace, and your home becomes much more comfortable. Stop going hot and cold throughout your night... a nice even heat is much better. The same scenario also works in the summer months!
This beautiful, newly built home stands in Jackson, NJ. After the structures were properly built and the ductwork was finished, Coastal Insulation was called in to insulate the walls and ceilings in the home.
We insulated the walls with the proper insulation to keep the cold out and the warmth inside during the winter, and the hot air outside during the summer. Keeping your home insulated with good materials - such as our Tru-Soft Cellulose or our rigid foam insulation - will help you save on your energy bills in the future, and keep your family comfortable.
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Always air sealing before adding insulation. If you want to get the advertised R-Value, you need to seal and baffle your attic before insulating. We have a great example here of before and after!
When insulating always be sure to have your insulation contractor air seal your attic flat, walls, or crawl space. It is vital to the insulation. Here are samples!
The black styrofoam against the roof deck are baffles. The white stuff, is blown in fiberglass (non itch). Depending on your specifications we can blow in fiberglass, cellulose, or mineral wool!
Before insulating or reinsulating, make sure to air seal your attic flat, attached garage, and band/rim joist (top of basement wall area).
In these before and after photos is a commercial building that is framed... but unfortunately it is not insulated! So they called Coastal Insulation to complete the job.
We went in and insulated these bare walls with our trusted products. This building will no longer worry about drafts, insects, or energy bills skyrocketing and making daily budgets a mess!