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Attic Insulation

Attic Insulation

Eco Batts and Radiant Barrier

ATTIC INSULATION

Loose-fill and batt insulation are typically installed in an attic. Although not as common, spray foam can also be used as attic insulation.

If the ducts in your home are in unconditioned space, such as the attic, be sure to seal and insulate them to maximize energy efficiency. We install both retrofit (re-insulation) and new construction attic insulation. We have experience installing different types of insulation in different types of attics. Whether you need to re-insulate your attic or need to insulate the attic of a new house you’re building, look to our team to get the job done right. We can install attic and loft insulation. We add energy efficiency, comfort and value to homes in your area. We offer the knowledge, experience and resources that few companies can match.

An insulating material’s resistance to conductive heat flow is measured or rated in terms of its thermal resistance or R-value — the higher the R-value, the greater the insulating effectiveness. The R-value depends on the type of insulation, its thickness, and its density. The R-value of some insulations also depends on temperature, aging, and moisture accumulation. When calculating the R-value of a multilayered installation, add the R-values of the individual layers.
Unlike traditional insulation materials, radiant barriers are highly reflective materials that re-emit radiant heat rather than absorbing it, reducing cooling loads. As such, a radiant barrier has no inherent R-value.