All About Spray Foam Insulation

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There’s no denying that energy costs are on the rise. And, as a result, more and more homeowners are looking for ways to cut costs and save energy. One of the most effective ways to do this is to invest in energy-efficient home improvements – like spray foam insulation. Spray foam insulation is a popular choice for attic insulation because it’s highly effective at sealing off your attic space from the rest of your home. This means that your attic will be better insulated, which will lead to lower energy costs.

But, before you call the pros at AtticElite to install your new spray foam insulation, there are a few things you should know.

  • First, spray foam insulation comes in two different types: closed-cell and open-cell. Closed-cell spray foam is the more popular choice for attic insulation because it’s more effective at sealing off your attic space. However, it’s also more expensive. Open-cell spray foam is less effective at sealing off your attic space, but it’s more affordable.
  • Second, you need to decide how much insulation you need. This will depend on the size of your attic and the climate you live in.
  • Third, you need to choose the right R-value for your spray foam insulation. The R-value is a measure of how effective the insulation is at resisting heat flow. The higher the R-value, the better the insulation.
  • Finally, you need to decide whether you want to DIY or hire a professional to install your spray foam insulation. If you’re not comfortable working with spray foam, it’s best to hire a professional.

If you’re in the market for new spray foam attic insulation, call the pros at AtticElite! We’ve been serving the Bay Area since 2000 and we’re the experts when it comes to spray foam insulation.

We’ll help you choose the right type and R-value for your needs and we’ll install it properly so you can start saving on your energy costs.

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