Scottsdale Home & Attic Insulation
Insulation is key to maintaining optimal energy efficiency in Scottsdale, AZ.
We’re here to help with superior wall-void and attic insulation.
Insulation provides an important barrier that helps keep exterior elements out of your home—such as heat, cold, and noise. Without proper insulation levels, hot outdoor air can sneak in while the cold air your AC produces sneaks right out.
By adding Scottsdale home and attic insulation, you can maintain more comfortable temperatures and reduce electricity usage. That’s because proper insulation levels help foster an energy efficient home.
We offer reliable and cost-effective solutions for a more sustainable home, including the installation of high quality wall-void and attic insulation. After all, we are your one-stop-shop for whole home energy solutions.
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Scottsdale Attic Insulation
Attic insulation thickness is measured to determine R-value. If insulation measures at or under R-30, chances are adding attic insulation will offer benefits. Both finished and unfinished attics require insulation, albeit sometimes in unique locations.
Scottsdale Home Insulation
If your attic is properly insulated but your home still feels warm in the summer/cool in the winter, you likely need to add insulation to the walls of your home. Exterior wall insulation offers extensive air sealing and improves energy efficiency.
From wall to attic insulation, all insulation must be added with consideration of surrounding construction. Important factors to consider include density, compressibility, air leakage, fire safety, and moisture control.
How much insulation does your Scottsdale home require?
There are unique R-value requirements based upon the region you live in. Scottsdale has some of the highest R-value requirements in the nation—is your home up to the challenge? Most homes are not, but they should be. A well-insulated home offers greater energy efficiency, which translates to ongoing monthly savings and a more comfortable home all year long.
“For optimal energy efficiency, your home should be properly insulated from the roof down to its foundation,” writes the Department of Energy. That includes unfinished or finished attic spaces, access doors, vented crawl spaces, and all exterior walls. The Department of Energy recommends adding new insulation to anything equivalent to R-30 or less.
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