Denver Attic Insulation

90% of US homes are under-insulated. Because of our extreme weather in Denver attic insulation is important.

40% of energy efficiency is lost through the roof alone.

Proper installation, materials, and quantity can help a homeowner save up to 20% of their current heating and cooling costs and help sustain the environment by keeping both the furnace and AC from running all the time.

  • Extreme conditions can be hard on a home. Make sure you protect your investment against the elements.
  • With the right combination of insulation and ventilation, the proper conditions and temperature are better maintained in the attic and roof deck throughout the year.
  • By using a proven insulation system, you can help lower your energy bills – and get more out of your home.

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A quality job starts with professional installation. Our installers are fully trained professionals. Preparation and cleanliness are important for our company…  Our installers take great care in ensuring we leave your home just the way we found it.

  • Ventilation is also required to ensure that there is some air movement: Rafter mates are installed properly to ensure proper ventilation.
  • The insulation install is fast, clean and controllable, and maybe more importantly, fills gaps that can cause your house to have drafts.
  • With existing blown-insulation jobs (typically in newer homes) with adequate baffles and total ventilation, we can add insulation.
  • An insulation system will work together to help give you the greatest benefit.
  • The ProCat™ Solution by Owens Corning provides superior thermal performance, which means a more comfortable home for you!

The Department of Energy has rated insulation thicknesses using a number called “R-value” to evaluate maximum efficiency and comfort.  Most homes fall drastically short of those recommendations. The R-value is a measure of the resistance to heat transfer. All insulation products have an R-value. R-value is a function of denisty, thickness, and type. For Denver, the R-value of your attic insulation should be between R-49 and R-60.

But R-value is only one component of the efficiency conversation and process.  Other factors to consider are ventilation, materials, and placement of the insulation. Each variable contributes to the longevity and overall effectiveness of the solution you choose to deploy. Improper installation can actually cause an adverse effect on home efficiency. Some materials lose R-value over time and have potential hazards associated with them. Proper equipment and training increase your chances of having success with your insulation installation. Contact us for more information on attic insulation.

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