Attic Insulation Services
Houston

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Houston attic insulation installation

After long working hours, we all go back home. As we all know, home is where you feel comfortable. But, let’s come to think about it. How comfortable would your home be without correct attic insulation? This would be the most uncomfortable place on earth.

Since we understand the need and importance of attic insulation for a comfortable home, we have brought our attic insulation installation services to you, right here in Houston. Yes! We are always a quick phone call away.

It may sound absurd if we won’t expound on the importance of the services Pro Attic insulation and attic services offer and what it all entails. In this page we got you covered.

Why you need great attic insulation?

You may be wondering why it is essential to insulate your attic. A poorly insulated attic can lead to having unstable temperatures in your house as well as air leaks. This can lead to you paying higher AC and heating bills. Therefore, the correct amount of insulation in your attic can improve your homes’ energy efficiency.

You can save money that would have otherwise been used to pay up for more electricity to heat and cool your house. Besides keeping cool or hot air out of your conditioned home, it also keeps all that air that you have heated or cooled, inside of your house. It makes it harder to lose heat or cool to the outside or allow the outside temperature in.

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What kinds of attic insulation services do we offer in Houston and surrounding areas?

We offer efficiency.

Our first focus has always been how to help our clients save money on various costs such as energy costs. Currently, we are a leading provider of attic insulation services for residential and commercial building in Houston. We offer both attic insulation installations and repairs.

We also remove contaminated insulation. We will offer advice on the kind of insulation and types of insulation that may suit your home.

Some of the attic insulation that we install include the following:

Blown-in attic insulation.

Blown-in insulation is a type of insulation that is blown or sprayed into place, also known as loose-fill insulation. It is made up of fibers that are blown on the attic floor into a nice fluffy layer of insulation. This process involves filling either stud or joist cavities as well as covering attic floors with loose insulation materials that have good insulation record.

Blown-in fiberglass insulation.

Blown-in fiberglass is a variety of loose-fill insulation. With the help of a blowing machine, the fragments are sprayed and spread to fill available spaces in the attic.

Blown-in fiberglass is a perfect way to fill tight voids around wiring pipes and areas that have poor framing. This type of blown-in insulation tends to be cheaper and who doesn’t love saving money?

If you have existing insulation that might have left behind gaps or ceiling joists that are irregularly spaced or ground with various obstructions, then we will highly recommend you to try out blown-in fiberglass.

Blown-in cellulose.

Old newspapers may be seen as a waste to many, but to us, it is one of the best cost-effective options for attic insulation. Cellulose is made from pieces of newspapers that have been shredded into finer particles. Because of its simplicity and its wide availability, many people have opted for this model.

People around Houston and Texas prefer cellulose because of its cost-effective nature. It is considerably cheaper than other methods. Blown-in cellulose will cost ¾ of what you would have paid for blown-in fiberglass.

Cellulose works through the retaining of water and absorption of moisture. This can be a breeding ground mold or rotting. Therefore, we will recommend our clients to accompany this option with a vapor barrier. 

Spray Foam insulation.

Spray foam is made of two varieties which include open-cell and closed-cell. Closed-cell is more effective in insulation than open-cell. Spray foam when generally applied spreads and expands faster hence locking air in a seal that looks like a vault.

What attracts clients to this form of insulation is that it can be easily set and once its set, you can virtually forget about it. Remember, many insulation materials need to be replaced after a span of ten years. This is why we would recommend spray foam to our beloved clients.

Spray foam also blocks heat flow and leakages in an unparalleled manner hence saving you money. With such excellent performance, your energy bills will no longer be a cause of stress.

Rigid Foam Insulation.

This type of insulation is well known as insulating boards. They provide higher R-value than other forms of insulation. They ensure homes are of a comfortable temperature with no need to crank up the heat or using AC.

Rigid foam insulation material reduces energy use since indoor heat loss and air leaks can bring in unnecessarily high energy bills. The rigid foams are in panels of 4 by 8 foot and vary in thickness. When subjected to water, they don’t change sizes or crack because they are made of high quality and green-friendly materials.

Batt insulation.

This is also known as pre-cut fiber glass. It can as well be described as rock wool insulation. It is sold in flat pieces. When choosing this kind of insulation to use in your attic, we will have to determine the type of climate within your area. 

There are those batts that come with paper or foil facing and those without. We recommend one with facing since it can be placed near the living area. We will measure the spaces between your houses’ studs and joists before cutting the batts to fit well.

Mineral wool insulation.

This is made of a highly versatile product with high thermal properties which saves energy. It’s made of molten glass, slag or stone. Therefore, they come in two types; either glass wool insulation or stone wool insulation.

Both of these prevents heat loss and movement of air. It can handle noise pollution and reduces the risk of fire. Since they are made from local renewable natural resources, they are environmentally friendly.

We Are A Top-Rated Houston Attic Insulation Company!

At Pro Attic insulation and attic services, we realize that there are various modes you can use to install attic insulation. This also means you can do it wrongly. This is why we are here to help. At Houston, we pride ourselves or fitting your budget and making this process so easy for you. Schedule an appointment, and we will be right there for you!

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Our Customers

This was an amazing team—Joe and Ivan— super professional, explained everything, and were meticulous about the work.

 

They were extremely professional and performed the work as expected.

 

Showed up promptly and did a fantastic job of communicating about what they were finding and doing. They did a great job cleaning everything.

 
 

Where do we perform air duct cleaning services?

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Yes we do! You can schedule a free estimate here or give us a call: (832) 669-9777 to make an appointment.
 
Pro Attic is an industry-leading family business with over 10 years of experience in the restoration and cleaning field. Our company was founded on the principles of service and integrity, while making your home a cleaner place for you and your family. We know the ins and outs of our profession, so you can rest assured that when we take a job – it will be completed the best way possible.
 

Highly recommended in order to prevent rodents and dust in the house. also known as insulation for many many years.

 

Here are some of the top reasons:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Keeping animals out of your attic
  • Water damage
  • Roof replacement

Basic dust cleaning cost between $89-$149, depending on the size of the house, number of vents, etc. Additional fees apply to added services.

 

A build up of lint in your dryer vent can create a severe fire hazard.

Facts about home clothes dryer fires from the U.S. Fire Administration:

  • 2,900 home clothes dryer fires are reported each year and cause an estimated 5 deaths, 100 injuries, and $35 million in property loss.
  • Failure to clean the dryer (34 percent) is the leading cause of home clothes dryer fires.
  • More home clothes dryer fires occur in the fall and winter months, peaking in January.

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