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attic insulation is an easy and cost-effective way to lower home energy bills and improve comfort. Choosing the right type of insulation depends on how much space you have, how easy it is to access your attic, the budget you have and whether you’re building new or remodeling an existing house.

Fiberglass is a common option for attic insulation and can be bought in batts, large rolled up sheets that look like cotton candy. It’s available in a range of R-Values. R-Value measures the resistance of heat traveling through a material; a higher number equals greater energy savings. It’s also moisture resistant, making it less susceptible to mold and mildew growth.

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Cellulose is another popular attic insulation option. It’s made from recycled paper with boric acid added for insect control and fire resistance. It’s available in bagged form at most home improvement stores and some supermarkets. When installed by a pro, it’s blown into place using a machine resembling a vacuum cleaner. It’s a good choice for hard-to-reach areas of the attic, such as behind flues and chimneys.

Rigid foam panels are also a viable option for attic insulation. They have a rigidity that makes them easier to cut into specific attic insulation shapes and are able to slow the transfer of heat between joists. This can significantly reduce your home’s cooling costs.

Spray foam is a great attic insulation option because it allows you to push your home’s building envelope all the way to the attic’s roofline, increasing the efficiency of your HVAC system and lowering your energy bills even further. It’s also impermeable to water and contains a polymer that deters the growth of mold, mildew and other harmful organisms.

Advanced Seal Spray Foam Insulation
255 SW 60th Ave Pratt, KS 67124