Spray Foam Insulation Today of Redmond by Home & Attic Insulators

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If you're looking for high-quality home insulation products and services, these should be your go-to place. We've been in the industry for decades and we've helped hundreds of homeowners every year fight the cold.

If you live in Redmond, WA, and are looking for ways to save money on your energy bills, then why not put yourself through our free insulation audit? Poor insulation might be the culprit for your high home energy usage.

Up to 50% of your energy bill may be wasted as a result of gaps in your home’s insulation. Installing insulation can help you reduce monthly energy expenses by up to 50%.

Improving the energy efficiency state of your home is an easy way to cut your energy bill. Call us now for a free in-home audit that will assess the current state of your home insulation and suggest ways to improve it. We're available 7 days a week for all of your residential insulation questions.

One of the most common ways to see how well a product provides insulation is by looking at its R-value. This indicates an insulation material’s ability to resist heat transfer and loss, allowing your home to maintain a more even temperature.

R-value is an important indicator for insulation in both old & new homes, as they can greatly assist your home efficiently retaining warmth during cold winters. Homes in different seasons will need varying levels of insulation to accommodate the different seasons.

This is a theory put forth by physics. As heat flows, there can be a natural flow from cooler to warmer parts of your home - like the attic or basement. During periods of higher temperatures, this flow will be reversed and hot air may enter your home from outdoors.

Use insulation to stop heat from transferring through your walls and ceilings. When you do this, your home will be much more comfortable and use less energy.

Types of Insulation

Whether your home insulation needs are small or large, we offer a variety of options where you’ll find something affordable.

To help you with the selection process, our team will work with you to find insulation products that are perfect for your home's needs - within your budget. Give us a call now for a free consultation.

Once we've contacted you, we'll send one of our energy auditors to your home to carry out a blower test. A blower test is carried out in order to help us decide on which areas could produce the best results for insulation in your home.

The test results indicate that our expert is likely to recommend one of the following insulation products which will help you make your home more efficient.

Batts and rolls insulation 

Batts and Rolls is also known as blanket insulation. It is so-called because it comes in large rolls which are usually cut into fixed proportions before being fitted to fill gaps between the studs, or joists, in an attic.

Insulation, which is often referred to as "batts," can be made of any of the following materials: rock wool, cellulose, recycled paper, or fiberglass. The insulation material may come in different levels of resistance (R-value), cost, and effectiveness.

However, we always recommend hiring a professional when it comes to installing fiberglass. It is a difficult material to work with that can cause irritation and other health issues

Additionally, if the product is not installed correctly, the efficiency can be significantly reduced up to 50%.

Blown-in/Loose-fill insulation

This is an insulation product that is made of tiny insulation particles. Common materials include rock wool, cellulose, and fiberglass. The formulation depends on the client's needs & specifications. 'Blown-in' insulation gets its name after the application technique where it's blown into small crevices with compressed gas.

If you're looking to improve the insulation in your home, this is a great choice. It's friendly for many different environments and hard-to-reach places. Plus, it installs quickly for quick results.

Our installation department is dedicated to ensuring a quick & efficient completion which you should have up and running in a day.

Rigid board insulation

Rock wool or fiberglass is used to insulate the home in a variety of ways. You can find it in large sheets that are cut into shapes to fit any space.

Rigid board insulation is a good choice for new construction projects as well as unfinished walls or roofs, and can also be molded around air ducts or pipes.

We can give you a quote for rigid board insulation today. If you're interested in getting a home addition or remodel, we're happy to help.

Spray foam insulation

Construction is the best option if you want an insulation solution for old or new houses. You can't go wrong with our high-quality product, which provides unmatched thermal & heat performance. We offer one of the highest R-values on the market.

When spray foam is mixed, a special hose is used to spray it out in a thick layer. The foam contains both environmentally friendly materials and closes any cracks in the spaces you're filling. This makes for an airtight seal that insulates well.

Having spray foam sprayed into walls throughout your home can help to seal everything tightly. To do this, it's necessary to drill tiny holes into various places in the wall where you want the spray foam applied. Once the holes are drilled, you'll be able to insert large amounts of spray foam through them.

This process will patch the small hole, eliminating the need for dust & making it easy to knock down walls in an existing home.

Our service area:

Spray Foam Insulation Today of Redmond

98008, 98052, 98053, 98073

Overlake, Downtown, Earlmont, Willows, Campton, Education Hill, Kenilworth

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Facts about the city:

Redmond is a city in King County, WA, US. Found 15 miles (24 km) east of Seattle. The current population is 73,256 and is estimated to grow to 135,211 by the year 2033 with growth driven mostly by residential development and the growth of Seattle’s eastern suburbs.

Bike lovers visiting Redmond should not miss the annual Bicycle Championships, which take place right on city streets, or the State Velodrome- the only one of its kind in the Northwest.

Redmond is fairly temperate but still has all four seasons. Summers are usually dry & warm with low rainfall and sunny days in the months of June to September.

Winters are usually cold and wet, November is the month with the most rain, snowfall is uncommon due to it mostly being caused by high-pressure systems that make it impossible for rain to reach us.

However, as compared to Seattle located by the moderating effects of Puget Sound, snowfall is not as rare.

August is the average warmest month of the year. On June 28, 2021, there was 111 °F (44 °C). The lowest recorded temperature ever in January was -7 °F (-22 °C) on January 20th 1950. There is an average of 1 inch of rain/snow per day in October and February.

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