Attic Insulation Services
Our experts will ensure you have the right attic insulation for your climate and specific home’s needs.
Installing attic insulation adds value to your home and increases its energy efficiency.
Our attic insulation ranges in R-value from R-50 to R-60. R-value is the measure of the insulation’s thermal resistance – a larger R-value means greater insulation effectiveness. Your contractor will discuss R-values with you once they have inspected the needs of your specific home.
We will recommend and install the right insulation for your home.
How Herb Lodde & Sons Roofers Install Attic Insulation
The best time to address under insulated attic spaces is when the roofing is being replaced. After the shingles have been stripped off, a sheet of plywood can be removed to accommodate easy access for the necessary machines and tools. This means a cleaner and more cost effective installation.
The standard requirement for insulation in a home with attic space is R-50 (with an approximate depth of 47cm or 18.5in), though Owens Corning recommends R-60 (with an approximate depth of 56.5cm or 22.25in).
Blown-in Attic Insulation
We’re your installation experts for blown-in attic insulation.
Blown-in insulation is when insulation product is blown or sprayed into attics, ceilings, floors, etc. We use a specialized machine to apply blown-in insulation.
It is tighter than other kinds of insulation, making it particularly great for preventing unwanted airflow. It’s also ideal for sealing hard-to-reach or smaller spaces, such as tiny crevices or corners.
This type of insulation is energy efficient, moisture-proof, good for people with allergies, and effective at reducing noise levels.
Getting your roof fixed should not be difficult and it shouldn't put you into financial difficulties. That's why we offer the best finance programs in the industry. We are committed to reliable, quality service. We would like to stress that our financing options are NOT “gimmicks” or credit card type programs.
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