Adding attic insulation to your home is something that could help you to lower your monthly energy costs. When you have a home that doesn't have much insulating materials in the attic, or the materials are very old and worn out, then your home is not going to be very efficient. The reason being that conditioned air from inside your home will move up into the attic space, and out through the roof, walls, or windows. When this happens, it causes your air conditioner and heater to work overtime. This is why you have those skyrocketing energy bills.
This is not something that you have to just "deal with" by any means, and we can provide you with AtticCat® expanding blown insulation for this area of your home. This special material is installed with a blowing machine. It breaks up the insulation, fluffs it, and adds millions of tiny air pockets throughout. This provides the material with exceptional insulating power. It can be installed all through your attic, adding more and more air pockets. This material will never settle or lose its fluff, unlike traditional batt insulation, or other popular varieties. Learn stats about improving the energy efficiency of your home with new insulation on the Energy Star site.
Benefits of AtticCat® insulation:
- Blowing the insulation should take less than 1.5 hours and the whole job can be completed in less than 4 hours based on a 1,000 sq. ft. attic at R-30
- Self-feeding system
- Puts insulation where you want it
- Integrated AUTOCUTTER
- Fiberglas™ insulation releases and expands completely inside machine
- Provides easy clean-up because machine does the work for you
- Low dust system
- Optimized process for minimal handling
- Fully enclosed system
- Hose-mounted remote control
This special insulation can be installed quickly by our experts, and you will immediately be able to notice the benefits of the material when you get your first energy bill. You will likely notice that the amount due is much less than what it usually is during this time of the year. While we are adding insulation, we can also evaluate your soffit and fascia for any possible air leaks that could be increasing your utilities.
Please call us for more information about expanding blown-in insulation, or to schedule an appointment for a consultation with our sales team who will be able to explain the material a little bit more in depth with you so that you know precisely how it will benefit you, and just how it is going to be installed. They will also be able to provide you with a time and cost estimate for the job so you have an idea of how affordable it will be for you.