Easy Cost Savings with Attic Insulation
Having the proper amount of insulation in your attic is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to stop energy loss, save money, and maintain even temperatures throughout your home, year round.
The insulation we use provides complete energy performance for the life of the home. It is non-combustible, non-corrosive, non-conducive to moisture retention, formaldehyde free, and resistant to fungus and mold growth.
Make Your Home Comfortable in All Seasons
A fast, affordable way to increase your home’s comfort is to install proper installation in your attic, because 40% of the heat in your home escapes there. We can stop attic leaks around pipes, wires and outlets, plus add the recommended amount of insulation you need to keep even temperatures throughout home year round.
Advantage Construction has partnered with Owens Corning to use the the AttiCat® Blown-In Insulation system. This system creates a quick and effective way to save up to 15% on your home’s heating and cooling bills*, without going through a big construction hassle or costing you too much money.
*Savings vary. Find out why in the seller’s fact sheet on R-values. Higher R-values mean greater insulation power.
Call Advantage Construction today to schedule a free attic insulation inspection. Don’t keep letting all the money you spend heating your home just escape right through your attic.
Give Your Home a Healthy Attic
Your house needs fresh air ventilation in the attic to stay healthy. Yes, it seems odd to add insulation for warmth and then ventilate the attic to allow cold air to enter, but this combination is the key to a healthy and energy-efficient home.
During winter, allowing a natural flow of outdoor air to ventilate the attic helps keep it cold, which reduces the potential for ice damming. Proper insulation and air sealing also keeps attics cold in winter by blocking the entry of heat and moist air from below.
In summer, the natural air flow of a well-vented attic moves super-heated air out of the attic, protecting roof shingles from overheating and removing moisture. The insulation also keeps your home cooler by resisting heat transfer into the house.