Attic Insulation Services

Does your house feel colder on the second floor than the rest of the house? This happens because most of the heat escapes (especially) during the winter months via the attic. The good news? An efficient home insulation can lower your energy bills as well as provide a safe, healthy and comfortable living environment.

Our approach to attic insulation is two-fold, depending on the type of insulation needed:

  • Cellulose attic insulation is a form of blown-in insulation. It acts as a great barrier against heat transference and an acoustic barrier as well. It-s insect-resistant and requires little to no maintenance.
  • Fiberglass blow-in insulation is used to cover hard to reach places such as corners, nooks, crannies in your attic. This It prevents the loss of heat from small cavity holes in your ceiling and attic floor beds.

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Home Attic Insulation Services

We offer the following types of attic insulation:

  • Blown-In / Loose Fill Insulation
  • Foam Board Attic Insulation
  • Batts And Rolls Attic Insulation
  • Reflective Attic Insulation



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The EPA states that insulation can lead to savings of 15 percent on your cooling and heating and 11 percent on your total energy costs. Some estimations, although not by the EPA, are even higher at around 20 percent.

Attic insulation is a crucial component of home insulation systems that helps regulate the temperature inside your home by redistributing heat coming from outside. It plays a significant role in keeping your home comfortable and energy-efficient throughout the year.

During the summer months, when the outside temperature is hot, attic insulation acts as a barrier that prevents the heat from penetrating into your home. It helps to keep the indoor temperature cooler by blocking the transfer of heat through the roof. Without proper insulation, the heat would easily enter your home, increasing the temperature and making it uncomfortable. This would lead to greater reliance on air conditioning systems, resulting in higher energy bills.

Similarly, in winter, when it’s cold outside, attic insulation helps to maintain a warm and cozy indoor environment. It prevents heat from escaping through the roof, ensuring that the warmth produced by your heating system stays inside. Without sufficient insulation, the heat would escape through the attic, leading to energy wastage and colder indoor temperatures.

Effective attic insulation should be able to resist heat transfer, either by reflecting it or absorbing it. Common insulation materials include fiberglass, cellulose, and spray foam. These materials are designed to trap air pockets, which act as insulating barriers against heat transfer. The insulation is typically installed in the attic floor, walls, or roof, depending on the specific requirements of the home.

To ensure the optimal effectiveness of your attic insulation, it’s important to choose the right type and thickness of insulation based on the climate and your home’s specific needs. Consulting with a professional insulation contractor can help you determine the best insulation solution for your attic.

In summary, attic insulation is a crucial element in maintaining the comfort and energy efficiency of your home. It works by blocking the transfer of heat from the outside, keeping your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Proper insulation can significantly reduce your energy consumption and costs while ensuring a comfortable living environment throughout the year.

We offer the following types of attic insulation:

  • Blown-In / Loose Fill Insulation
  • Foam Board Attic Insulation
  • Batts And Rolls Attic Insulation
  • Reflective Attic Insulation

The cost of insulation for a home can vary significantly based on several factors. One of the primary factors is the size of the area that needs to be insulated. The larger the area, the more material will be required, which will lead to a higher cost. Additionally, the type and material chosen for the insulation will also impact the cost. There are various types of insulation available, such as fiberglass, cellulose, spray foam, and more, each with its own price range.

Moreover, the location within your home where insulation is needed can affect the cost. For example, insulating an attic or crawl space may require different materials and methods compared to insulating exterior walls or the basement. The accessibility of the area can also impact the cost, as harder-to-reach areas may require additional labor or specialized equipment.

Whether your home is new or existing can also influence the cost of insulation. Retrofitting insulation in an existing home may require additional work, such as removing existing insulation or addressing any pre-existing issues. On the other hand, insulating a new home during the construction phase can be more cost-effective as it can be integrated into the overall building process.

Lastly, the cost of labor in your area plays a significant role in determining the total cost of insulation. Labor costs can vary from region to region, so it is important to consider the local rates when estimating the overall expense.

Given these variables, it is challenging to provide a specific cost for home insulation. It is recommended to consult with insulation contractors or specialists who can assess your specific needs, evaluate the area to be insulated, and provide you with an accurate cost estimate tailored to your situation.

Can I do attic insulation myself?

Aside form the insulating material manufacturer’s warranty, we offer a generous labor warranty. Please conatct us for more information,


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