Updated: Dec 12, 2019
Adding insulation to the attic is generally a moderately difficult do-it-yourself (DIY) project, but the benefits can be substantial. If you are doing a major home renovation project, now may be a great time to tackle this project too.
The good news is that, even if you're not comfortable taking on this project yourself, there are many qualified contractors who can help you get the work done and our company will be the top choice for your attic insulation project.
Use the information below to determine if this project is a good fit for your home, what common problems it can help address, what the potential benefits are, important safety considerations and step-by-step instructions when seeking for professional help.
If your home experiences any of these problems, it might be a good candidate for an attic insulation project:
- Drafty rooms.
- Hot or cold ceilings, walls, or whole rooms; uneven temperature between rooms.
- High heating or cooling bills.
Our trained and experienced technicians are here to solve all those energy efficiency issues in your home and to make it a much more comfortable living space.
Did You Know?
Many local utilities may offer rebates for a professional home energy assessment and certain home air sealing and insulation projects.
Be sure ask us before beginning a project to see what incentives are available in your area.
Savings in Energy and Money:
The attic is usually where you can find some of the largest opportunities to save energy in your home. By adding insulation in your attic, you can maintain the desired temperature throughout your home much better. Upgrading insulation in your attic can reduce your energy bills by 20% on average! (Notice: savings percentage is based on existing attic insulation condition)
If you have any more questions or concerns regarding your attic insulation project or if you are just looking to get your free attic inspection, make sure to contact us today and schedule your appointment with us and start enjoy your energy bills savings.