While the air leaks around windows and doors are significant and most noticeable, you are probably losing a lot more air and energy in your attic and basement. In many homes, the combined air leaks in these two areas add up to a half-window being open all day long. This is how it works in most houses: cold air comes in through windows, doors, and basement rim joists on the lower floors. Your heating system turns on, supplying warm conditioned air to your living spaces. As the warm air rises, it finds its way into the attic through leaks around recessed lighting, attic hatches, flue, and duct leaks. Lacking proper insulation and ventilation, your attic starts seeping the conditioned air to the outdoors.Request Your Free Consultation
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The attic is the easiest place to add insulation to improve your comfort and the energy efficiency of your home. No matter what kind of insulation you currently have in your attic, one quick way to determine if you need more is to look across the span of your attic. We can help you identify where your attic is in need of insulation. Request your free consultation at (844)-674-8787
Blown-In insulation, sometimes referred to as loose-fill insulation is insulation literally blown in with a blowing machine. The material can be either fiberglass or cellulose and consists of fiber, foam or other materials in small particles and can even feel like down. To learn more about blown-in insulation or to schedule your free inspection, call us today at (844)-674-8787
A radiant barrier is a type of insulation specifically designed for attics in warm to hot climates. The barrier is made from a highly reflective material. A properly installed radiant barrier can help your home or office reflect the sun's rays back away. To learn more about our radiant barrier installation services or to schedule your free inspection, call us today at (844)-674-8787
Batt or Roll Insulation comes in the form of a roll that consists of flexible fibers, usually fiberglass. You also can find rolls made from minerals, wool, plastic and natural fibers, such as cotton or sheep's wool. They're useful for controlling temperatures, acoustics, and lowering energy costs. And they can be installed just about anywhere, from your attic to your floor. To learn more about Roll Insulation or to schedule your free inspection, call us today at (844)-674-8787
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