Attic Insulation

Attic insulation is essential in saving money on your energy costs. Warm air tends to travel up and as a result it will escape through the attic. Insulating your attic can help keep air inside the house from escaping and outside air from entering.

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Attic Insulation Helps Keep Your House Comfortable and Energy Efficient

Attics are one of the most neglected places in a home. If they are not well insulated, they can quickly become hot and stuffy in the summer and cold and drafty in the winter. Insulating your attic properly is crucial since it can affect the efficiency of your home’s heating and cooling system, as well as keep you warm in winter and cool during the summer. This also reduces the amount of airborne sound transmission from the outside into your attic space, which would otherwise affect how quiet the room below feels when used for events such as parties and concerts. Our experts at GP Insulation can insulate your attic so that heat and air leaks are not a problem, your HVAC system performs more efficiently, and you save energy.

Attic Insulation Installation Benefits

check mark icon Insulating attic can improve your air quality

Pollutants from the outside, such as dust, grime, mold, and mildew, can not penetrate through your attic into your house when you have proper insulation in place. When these airborne contaminants get inside your house they adversely impair your indoor air quality.

Insulating your attic keeps pollutants from spreading throughout your house, enabling you and your family to breathe easier and enjoy a healthier indoor environment.

check mark icon Keep your indoor at comfortable temperature throughout the day

Heat naturally moves from warmer to colder environments. Even homes with contemporary heating and cooling systems can experience substantial temperature changes when outside is significantly colder.

This implies that the chance of air escaping and lowering your house’s temperature becomes so much greater. Adding insulation is an excellent approach to assure comfort at night and early in the morning, when temperatures are at their lowest.

check mark icon Less Load On HVAC

Inadequate insulation can force your heating and cooling systems to work extra hard to maintain an equal temperature. Proper attic insulation keeps cold air at lower levels while heat rises, which means your HVAC equipment doesn’t have to work as hard to keep the temperature at comfortable levels.

You’ll lessen your family’s dependency on your home’s heating and cooling systems when you have proper insulation, particularly attic insulation.

check mark icon Measuring Insulation Levels

Measuring the insulation levels in your attic could give you an idea whether you need additional insulation for the coming winters. You could do it yourself or you could hire someone to measure the insulation levels. It is usually measured in R-value. The R-value depends on the type of insulating material, plus the thickness of the insulation. You will need to climb up the attic. Make sure you wear masks to avoid inhaling fine insulating particles. Get a measuring stick and measure the thickness of your insulation.

Attic Insulation Removal

If your attic insulation is damaged from water, it will need removal. If you have a roof leak or condensation from your air conditioner it could accumulate in your attic insulation. Since the insulation can retain moisture for a long time and become a source of mold spores or mildew. It will not be as insulating and also give rise to poor indoor air quality. Other parts of your house will also be affected by mold when you have mold growing in your attic.

Rats are a typical issue of old insulation. Most insulation is treated to repel rodents but older insulation loses that ability, making it easier for rodents to make it their home. These creatures will establish nests and live in the insulation, apparently proliferating and inviting all of their buddies to their new home. Rat urine and droppings are dangerous and must be removed, as well as all insulation in affected areas.
A professional will come fully equipped, wearing safety gear to remove insulation from your attic. It is advisable not to do this yourself as the fine material of some of the insulation, as well as the years of dust could be harmful for your health.

Attic Insulation Removal and Replacement

Great Price Insulation not only removes insulation from your property but also installs new insulation in its place. We will bring modern, industrial equipment to remove all the traces of the old insulation. No matter the type of insulation your attic had, we can remove it. We will then install better, high quality insulation that will help to save money on electricity bills with better insulation. If you feel you existing insulation doesn’t need removal, we could also increase the R-value by simply adding extra insulation to the existing one.

WHY Rodents Love Your Insulation?

Access to undisturbed area

You hardly ever go to your attic which makes it ideal for your rodents. Your rodents get ample uninterrupted space for their feeding, and breeding.

They are comfy

Insulated attic usually have comfortable levels of temperature and presence of moisture makes it ideal for them to lay their litters.

Place near food source

They could easily invade your trash can, kitchen and come back to enjoy their meals in the attic.

Removing old insulation would remove rodent problems

When you get your old insulation removed, the rodents and their nests are removed with it. The new insulation are treated with material that prevents rodents from occupying that space.

Types of Attic Insulation

Fiberglass – Fiberglass is one of the most common insulating materials. It could be blown into the wall or attic, or you could have batted fiberglass insulation. For attics blown insulation is a better option while for walls batted are better.

Cellulose – Similar to fiberglass cellulose insulation can be blown in or batted. Cellulose is an eco-friendly recyclable insulation that provides decent insulation for homes.

Foam – Foam insulation is one of the best types of insulation material available. They have the highest r-value. They could be spray foam or foam board.

Insulation R-Value

In essence, the R value is a measurement of an insulating capacity of a material to resist heat movement. R values range from 1.5 to 7, and the higher the number, the more efficient the insulation sheet is in increasing thermal efficiency and, as a result, insulating your home. The R-value can be added by adding thicker insulation material. To measure the R-value of an insulation you have installed you need to multiply the thickness with the R-value of the material. Different materials have different R-values. The higher the R-value the better it is at insulation.

Get High Quality Attic Insulation For Your house

If you need professional attic insulation for your house in North Richland Hills, we are the people for you. We have been installing attic insulation for decades. We can install blown-in, spray foam, or batted insulation for your attic. Insulating your attic can help prevent hot air from escaping the house during winter. A high quality insulation will prevent mold and pest infestation as well. You will notice a significant energy saving when you get attic insulation done. Your HVAC will thank you for saving it from the extra work. We will come fully equipped to install attic insulation quickly and effectively.

Frequently Asked Questions

What alternatives do I have for insulation?

Attic insulation choices include blown and batting. Blown is blasted into place using specialised machinery that can be rented. Batting is sold in rolls that are generally 16 or 24 inches wide and fits between the joists in your attic.

Is it necessary to remove the present insulation?

You may wish to remove any broken or mouldy insulation. However, if the insulation is in good condition, you do not need to remove it.

What is the R-vlaue recommendation for attics?

R-30, R-38, and R-49 are common R-value recommendations for attics, which relate to warmer, hotter, and colder regions, respectively.

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Because the attic is frequently one of the simplest places to add insulation to your home, it’s a good place to start when weatherizing for any season. For any home heating and cooling costs can account for 50-70 percent of total energy consumption. This implies that if your home’s hot or cold air is lost, you’re wasting a lot of energy. When considering how to make your home more environmentally friendly, it is critical to take efforts to prevent this loss. Attic insulation is easy but a very effective way to insulate your home.

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