INSTALLING ATTIC INSULATION
Comfortability is an essential aspect of coming back home every day. Whether it be from office or getting your children from school, walking into a house that is too hot or too cold is something you don’t want to go through. If your house is under-insulated, you will start to experience temperature changes room-to-room (sometimes rooms could fluctuate up to 20 degrees). In many homes, bedrooms are situated upstairs so, in order to have comfortability, you would want to make sure your attic is well insulated.
Heat moves all too easily through a badly insulated attic. In the winter season, heated interior air increases naturally by convection and escapes into the attic through several air leaks. Conductive heat loss originating from the cold ceiling would make rooms directly beneath the attic even cooler.
The problem reverses during a hot summer day, as attic temperatures rise to the 150-degree range and heat goes into your living area, resulting in uncomfortably hot rooms which are expensive to cool. In numerous homes, these overheated rooms are bedrooms, adding to the homeowner’s frustrations.
American insulation contractors use engineered insulation technique to protect your home from pest infestation and other animals attack as well as to prevent noise pollution and heat loss and. A well-insulated home increases your family’s overall comfort and adds to your home’s resale value. So whether your house is old or new, insulation is a wise investment.
We are the top attic insulation installation contractors out there, with years of experience with removing and installing insulation materials in attics and crawl spaces for both residential and commercial buildings. Allow us to take care of installing attic insulation for you; we’d be happy to help you complete this and any attic-cleaning-related project you may need done. Contact us for a free ԛuote, and allow us to be your insulation installer today!
WHAT IS BLOWN IN ATTIC INSULATION?
There are many insulation choices available from rigid foam panels to fiber glass blankets to blown attic insulation. In order to make the right choice for you and your house you have to be ready to do your research well. Always understand your decisions so that you would know the pros and cons of each product. Blown attic insulation is easily the most popular form of loose-fill attic insulation available. Therefore it could be a great protector of your investment and home. Blown insulation is available in one of the two material options, either cellulose or fiber glass. Blown-in refers to the means by which the material is installed, mostly with a big machine that basically “blows” the insulation across all the surfaces of the attic.
ADVANTAGES TO HAVING BLOWN IN INSULATION
- Blown attic insulation is easily the most popular. As experts, we know how to install this properly and efficiently.
- It is also the most affordable of all of the insulation types.
- Installation is fast, usually taking no more than 2 hours depending on the size.
- For increased insulation, batt insulation can be used over top of blow attic insulation but might increase the cost.
- Blown attic insulation covers everything, allowing just a few gaps.