Blown-in attic insulation
Temperature regulation begins in the attic.
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What are the benefits of blown-in attic insulation?
✔︎ Keeps your home comfortable year-round
✔︎ Increased efficiency can lower your energy bills
✔︎ Proper insulation reduces the possibility of mold growth
Heat naturally collects in your attic, making your house cooler or hotter depending on the season, which is why it’s vital to have your attic properly insulated. Insulation retains warm air generated by your heater in the winter and keeps heat out of your home during the summer. If it’s properly installed, this means your AC and heater units will work significantly less, saving you on your energy bills.
In addition to letting the chilled air from your AC or heat pump escape during the hot summer months, a poorly insulated attic is a major contributing factor in the formation of mold growth, which can be a health hazard for your family and damage your property.
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If you’re noticing drafts in your home or higher than usual energy bills, it’s time to have your attic insulation inspected by our team.
Adding or replacing insulation in your attic keeps your air conditioning inside and has the potential to lower your energy bills. Give us a call.
How is blown-in insulation installed?
Blown-in fiberglass consists of glass that is heated to a liquid, then spun into fibers. We loose-fill fiberglass into a special machine used to “blow” insulation through long, flexible tubes that fill any spots that need to be insulated.
Blown-in attic insulation is ideal for filling in tight voids around wiring, pipes and areas with awkward framing to seal small gaps and spaces as it settles. It provides an efficient and affordable thermal solution- making it one of the most practical and cost-effective methods to insulate your attic floor.
Signs of insufficient attic insulation
- Rooms beneath the attic get hot or cold, while the rest of the house is fine.
- Ductwork is exposed above the insulation.
- Attic floor joists are visible above or between the existing insulation.
- High electric bills or high bills for heating fuel.
- The house has cold drafts during winter.
- You can feel a draft when you hold your hand up to the ceiling “can” lights.
- There are less than 10 inches of attic insulation.
U.S Department of Energy Recommendation
Texas is rated as a Zone 2 by the United States Department of Energy (DOE) which recommends home insulation R-Values of R30 to R60 (uninsulated attic) and R25 – R38 over existing 3-4 inches of insulation.
We can measure your current levels, compare them to DOE standards and explain the cost savings you can expect should you need to replace or add attic insulation. Contact our home insulation contractors.