Installing Insulation on the Attic Roof

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You can save on your utility bills, increase the comfort within your home and also increase the value of your house with roof attic installation. This can have a big effect on household energy efficiency.

It's important to have the right kind of insulation in your home, but having it on the roof can provide all kinds of benefits. Not only will you be saving space by installing the insulation there, but you'll also be helping to conserve energy by reducing waste - not that that's a difficult process. You should also find that things like your ductwork will work better.

Reasons to get new or upgrade attic roof installation

  1. Expensive Heating & Cooling costs.
  2. Rooms under the attic usually run on either too hot or too cold.
  3. The attic contains a treasure trove of ductwork and HVAC equipment.
  4. The attic is covered and people tend to use the space for storage.

Foam vs. Fiberglass: Choose Foam

Homebuilders and contractors can use a wide range of insulation methods for the roof and ceiling in the attic. Fiberglass, foam, and spray-on foam insulation are all used when insulating roofs but they come with different benefits. Modern methods such as tri-static fully adhered Silicone Insulation work quickly, saving time and money!

When natural elements cause the insulative properties of fiberglass to crumble and lose its 'R-value' it becomes weaker and lets air through from below. Using uncompromising foam boards and spray foam insulation will keep your home's energy efficiency at a constant rate over

Type of Foam Insulations

Spray foam

Spray Polyurethane Foam- This type of insulation is the go-to option for rafter spaces. It restricts air & moisture and has a high R-value of an inch so it's worth considering for that purpose.

Rigid Foam Insulation

Rigid foam insulation is applied directly beneath the rafters, and in between the vertical supports. The R-value in rigid foam panels varies and is typically in the range of 7-9.

Combination of Fiberglass and rigid foam

These two together provide good quality roof insulation. First, fiberglass batts were installed between the attic rafters and followed by a thin layer of rigid foam directly underneath the attic rafters.

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Don't neglect pressing insulation issues or deal with the expense of professional installation again. Give us a call today to speak to an expert and ask about our quality and durable insulation materials.

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