- Spray foam can be applied in new construction or retrofit attic systems
- Attics tend to lose the most energy in a home through the attic
- Unlike traditional loose fill insulation, you will not have to add more every few years to keep R value.
- Do it right, do it once. Foam and forget!
Attics account for about 50% of energy loss in a home, which is why attic insulation is so critical. In an existing home, the loose-fill insulation on the sheetrock tends to settle and decrease in R-value over time. In an ideal situation, you always want to put your most efficient insulation where you’re losing the most energy.
Our first step is to remove the existing insulation. Then we can decide whether we will insulate on the roof deck(Closed assembly) or the sheetrock/ceilings(Open assembly). By having us come on-site and evaluate your home, we can help to decide on whether to have your flat attic or roofline sprayed. Factors such as furnace location and efficiency, roof pitch, accessibility, ductwork location, preference of homeowner, safety factors, etc all come into play when choosing the best option for your home
Let performance foam consult you on all your attic insulation needs!