Attic insulation plays a critical role any home's overall comfort and energy efficiency. It can be installed in one of two places: on the attic floor or beneath the attic roof. Installing attic roof insulation (instead of attic floor insulation) has several benefits.
Properly installed attic roof insulation can eliminate many air leaks that waste energy and make parts of your house uncomfortable. With attic roof insulation, you'll also get better performance from ductwork located in your attic.
The experts at Dr. Energy Saver are experienced in installing all types of attic roof insulation, as well as duct encapsulation and insulation. If you're looking to upgrade your insulation, give us a call or click below!
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Although many builders have installed fiberglass batt insulation between attic rafters to insulate cathedral ceilings and attic roofs, this technique isn't as effective as more modern methods of roof insulation.
Fiberglass insulation can compress and lose R-value, and it's also unable to stop air from leaking out of or into your house. Better materials for attic roof insulation are rigid foam boards and spray foam insulation.
Don't guess about attic roof insulation. Contact Dr. Energy Saver, your home insulation expert. With access to the best selection of insulation materials available, Dr. Energy Saver installs the right insulation in the right way, proving you with the best performance and value. Call or email today to schedule a free insulation inspection and estimate.