When buying the house 4 years ago, we knew we needed new attic insulation, but we did not realize what a difference it would make. We can already tell how much warmer the house is staying. Michael was always quick to respond. His team did a good job and we were appreciative of their respect for our home -- extra care taken with the frequent trips in and out of the home. Thank you. Mrs. Flick, Clinton TN
Foam Board Insulation
Foam board insulation can be used to insulate almost any part of your home, from the roof down to the foundation. Foam board insulation can provide good thermal resistance. It can also reduce heat conduction through structural elements like wood, concrete block and steel studs.
Unlike most types of insulation, which resist conductive and sometimes convective heat flow, radiant barrier and reflective insulation work by reflecting radiant heat away from the living space. Radiant barriers are installed primarily to reduce summer heat gain, which helps lower cooling costs.
Spray Foam Insulation
The most overlooked type of attic insulation is spray foam insulation. Gaps and holes located in the attic allow for air movement inside the home. Air sealing these gaps and penetrations with spray foam will greatly decrease air loss and make your home even more comfortable.
Solar Attic Fan
The purpose of a solar attic fan is to properly ventilate the attic to reduce temperature in the summer. During warm to hot days temperatures can reach over 120 degrees in the attic. A solar attic fan helps move hot air out which can reduce AC usage and save you money.