Insulation for Attics
High quality insulation for attic homes and businesses.
Attic Insulation and Energy Efficiency
Insulation done correctly may save homeowners thousands of dollars over the course of their ownership of their house in the form of reduced energy costs, as well as raise the value of their property, making it more appealing to prospective purchasers.
Reduces heat loss via the roof, saving energy to keep the home pleasant. This reduces energy expenses and boosts efficiency.
Increased Home Value
Well-insulated homes offer lower energy bills, which attract purchasers and increase their value.
Insulating the attic may make the home more pleasant, especially in winter.
Protection from Moisture
Reduce attic moisture, which causes mold, mildew, and wood damage, controlling temperature and humidity.
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Alternatives for Insulating the Attic
To reach the needed R-value for the attic floor, blown-in fiberglass or cellulose can be used as an insulation material. Another option is to use a mixture of a couple of inches of spray foam insulation and extra blown-in insulation to get the appropriate degree of insulation.
This may be done by using a combination of the two methods. During the insulation process, our crew takes special precautions to ensure that ventilation areas, such as soffits, remain free of obstructions.
Eave and Roof Vents
The proposed solution could be finished by replacing the attic floor with more blown-in fiberglass insulation.
Summer and Winter
Additionally, it helps to eliminate moisture from bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms, which lowers the danger of mold, mildew, and wood rot in those areas.
A properly insulated and ventilated attic lowers the heat trapped in the ceiling during the winter and lessens the likelihood that ice dams will form along the gutters.
Frequently Asked Questions for Attic Insulation
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If you do not insulate your attic, you risk losing heat through the roof, which can cause your energy costs to be higher and make a living in your house less comfortable. In addition, if your attic does not have adequate insulation, moisture can seep into the space, resulting in mold, mildew, and other types of damage caused by water. This can not only hurt the general health of your property, but it can also lower its value.