Blown-In Insulation2022-11-02T10:32:20-05:00

Blown-In Insulation

About Blown-In Insulation

If you are experiencing a lot of hot air in the home during the summer and/or a lot of cold air in your home during the winter, then you might not have enough insulation in your attic. By insulating your attic with Atticat Blown-In Insulation, you will not only save a lot of money on your energy bills, but you will also feel a lot more comfortable in your home.

Insulation Saves You Money

Most homes are supposed to have an R-49 R-Value, that’s about 18.5 inches of blown-in insulation in their attic. By having little to no insulation in your attic, the summer hot air in your attic will build up and have nowhere to go, but into your home, causing you to feel more hot in your home and your air conditioner will be running nonstop. In the winter, your heater will be running constantly because there is nothing in the attic keeping the hot air in. When you use Atticat Blown-In Insulation, you will eliminate all of these problems by keeping the temperature in your home level and saving you money on your utility bills.

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Types of Insulation We Install

Whether your project is an existing home, new construction or pole barn, we offer the best insulation options to meet your needs.

INJECTION FOAM INSULATION

Tired of those cold drafts? Injection foam improves your exterior wall insulation to greatly reduce drafts without having to tear down your drywall.

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SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

From the attic to crawl space to new construction and pole barns, spray foam is used in open cavities to improve comfort and energy efficiency.

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BLOWN-IN
INSULATION

Attic insulation looking pretty thin? We offer Owens Corning Attic Insulation, an alternative blown-in insulation type for the attic to help reduce energy bills.

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