There are a variety of insulation types available, including batting, sprayed, and blown-in insulation.
With our blown-in insulation, it gives you the best of the batts and spray foam worlds, covering the full space in need of insulation without straining your wallet. We first remove the old insulation, and then we replace it with blown-in insulation, which comes in cellulose or fiberglass form.
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The more insulation depth, the more resistance value to the heat. Even distribution throughout the attic is also key to ensuring that R-values (the capacity of an insulating material to resist heat flow), are consistent.
Because heat rises, it’s important to properly ventilate the attic. Installing vent chutes to ensure the soffit vents (which let cooler outside air in) do not get blocked by insulation is critical. Gable end vents and ridge vents are also necessary to release hot air from the top of the attic.
The process of air sealing eliminates air transfer between the attic space and wall fixtures and outlets. Air sealing the living space of your home against your attic and outside air plays a role in heat transfer, preventing cool air from escaping through the cracks and hot attic air from entering your comfortable living space.
Getting rid of your old insulation before replacing it is a key step in keeping your house cleaner and the attic free of dust. Additionally, it helps to keep out unwanted pests, allowing for plenty of room for new insulation, which has a better fire rating, R-value, and creates the opportunity to perform thorough air sealing.
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