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Your home’s attic can become a problem, if not properly insulated, that can significantly raise the cost of heating and cooling your home. The older your home is, the more likely you need to have the insulation in your attic examined by a professional to determine whether or not you need your insulation replaced. We recommend any homeowner living in a house that is at least 10-15 years old consider replacing their insulation to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy costs.
At Campbell Roofing and Sheet Metal, we partner with Owens Corning to offer you a leading insulation solution for your home’s attic. AttiCat Insulation is a quick, easy and affordable way to insulate your attic and prevent the excessive build-up of heat in your attic, keeping your home cool. Talk to one of our helpful staff members to learn more about the benefits of AttiCat Insulation installation at your convenience. We believe that good insulation installation begins the moment we arrive at your house. For every job, we follow a three-step process that ensures you’ll get the right solution for your specific needs.
Does your current home insulation suit the local climate? Are there areas in your house where you’re losing heat or cool air? These are the types of things we look for when we come to your home. We’ll also consult with you to understand your specific goals – from improving the comfort of your living space to saving on energy bills – in order to determine the best plan to upgrade your current insulation.
When it comes to insulation, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. There are a lot of product choices and insulation installation methods. Once we’ve assessed the specific needs of your home, we’ll recommend materials and installation techniques to suit your situation.
With every home insulation project, our crews will follow manufacturer’s specifications, paying special attention to gaps, voids and compression to ensure the job is done right the first time. We’ll provide you with two installation certificates – one for your records, and the other to stay in the attic, near the access, for easy reference if you sell your home.
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AttiCat Insulation is blown-in insulation which means rather than installing rolls of fiberglass insulation, a special machine is used to fluff the insulation and then disperse it across your attic, filling in difficult spaces. AttiCat Insulation offers several unique benefits including:
Insulation can help prevent this temperature exchange by trapping air in your home and preventing it from moving from one area to another. The ability of insulation to effectively limit the transition of air from one area to another is measured in R value. The higher the R value, the more effective the insulation will be at preventing the air temperature from fluctuating. The majority of the state of Florida is considered to be a zone 2 area for insulation, meaning the recommended R value for most homes is between R30 and R60.
Insulating your attic is a great way to stabilize the air temperature in your home by preventing air from escaping as well as preventing air from entering your home. Because the largest portion of your energy expenditures is spent on heating or cooling your home (50-70%), it is important to prevent the wasteful loss of conditioned air. Properly insulating your attic helps to reduce your energy costs because it traps the conditioned air in your home, avoiding large swings in temperatures. This is important because to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home, your air conditioning system must counter any change in temperature by running and using energy.
Warm air naturally seeks to move from warm areas to cooler ones. This means that during the winter season, the warm air inside your home looks to escape to the cooler outdoor temperatures and during the summer, warm outdoor air looks to enter your home where the air is much cooler. The exchange of temperature is most likely to occur in external areas of the home such as garages and attics.