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Woodlands Attic insulation installation

Are you a resident of the Woodlands? Well, with the impressive nature, peaceful museums, and the most beautiful parks, the Woodlands is one of the most serene places to live in the Texas. This is a place many people would love to call home.

So, if you call this place home, then you are in the right place. Now, since you are a resident here, let’s get straight to the point.  With a home here, we would like to talk about your attic area of the house. Did you know that most of us live in homes with poorly installed attics? Also, others are not well insulated. The result? High energy bills. This is where Pro Attic comes in.

In this article, we are going to enlighten you on the importance of the services Pro Attic insulation and attic services offer. We will also give you details of what attic insulation and installation entails.

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Why should you insulate your attic?

You might be wondering why you need to have your attic insulated. Here is the kicker, if your existing insulation is poorly installed, the attic can lead you to have unstable temperatures in your home. This is because of unregulated heat flow and air leaks.

So the main reason we would want you to have a well-insulated attic is for you to have lower AC bills. Yes, you will save money that was to be otherwise channeled to electricity as you will conditioning your house frequently.

Pro Attic is here for you.

The attic area in your house is one of the essential parts that need to be well insulated. Although there are many types of insulation that can be done in your home, there is need to have an expert to guide you. This is why you need Pro Attic installation and insulation services.

 First, our primary focus is on how to aid our clients to save money on through lowering costs such as electricity costs.  Also, it’s important to note that we are the best provider of attic insulation services for any building in the Woodlands.

Other than attic insulation installations, Pro Attic also does attic repairs.  We also remove contaminated insulations. Our responses are always timely and with experts, we guarantee you that your attic will be at its best condition immediately after we work on it.

If you are wondering on what kind of insulation can fit your attic, here are some of the samples that we can propose for you;

Blown-in insulation.

Blown-in insulation is known to many as loose-fill insulation. This insulation is a process where the studs and ceiling joists cavities are covered with loose material that has a higher insulating R-value. Also, the attic floors are filled with the same material in this process.

For blown in insulation, there are a variety of materials that can come in handy. Here are the forms of blown-in insulation that we found useful for you;

Blown-in fiberglass insulation.

As at now, you already know that insulating your home is a great way of enhancing your home’s energy efficiency by managing heat loss at room temperature. One way to achieve this is through use of blown-in fiberglass insulation.

One of the notable insulation material used here is the fiberglass. To install blown-in fiberglass insulation in an attic, we will use up to three professionals. A specialized pneumatic equipment will also be used.

The strands of fiberglass will be blown around the spaces in the attic through a hose. This insulation material will then settle into the attic’s cavities, and places that are rarely reached such as ceiling joists until a thick layer of insulation covers the space completely. This will notably prevent heat loss.

This method of insulation will be greatly recommended if the existing insulation might have left behind gaps. Also, for the joists that were previously irregularly spaced or a ground had various obstructions, we will highly recommend blown-in fiberglass. 

Blown-in cellulose.

This mode of insulation uses readily available materials. Imagine the styrofoam pellets made from old newspapers, cardboard, and other wood-based materials can come in handy when it comes to attic insulation. These materials are treated with boric acid and flame resistant and mold-resistant substances then packaged in tightly packed bales.

When it comes to insulating with blown in cellulose, we will use a mechanical blower to churn up the cellulose material using its paddles to make it lose. The blower also mixes it with air. The fluffy insulation is then blown through the hoses to various parts of the attic. Although these machines are expensive, we always have it available when the need arises.

Sadly, the cellulose materials often retains water and absorbs moisture. This means it can be a breeding ground for mold or rotting. Therefore, we recommend to accompany this option with a vapor barrier.

Rigid Foam Insulation.

Rigid foam insulation has a higher R-value than other types of insulation. R-Value is the effectiveness of a material in achieving its goal. The goal is trapping heat and keeping it from exiting from your home.

Rigid foam insulation ensures homes are of a comfortable temperature. Therefore, we can quickly reduce the indoor heat loss and air leaks hence lower energy bills.

These rigid foams come in panels of 4 by 8 feet and vary in thickness. They don’t crack or change in sizes when exposed to water. The foams are of high quality and derived from green-friendly materials.

Spray Foam insulation.

Spray foam has both open-cell and closed-cell varieties. Closed-cell is a recommended insulation than open-cell. Spray foam spreads faster when applied. This locks air in a seal that mirrors a vault. Above all, spray foam is highly durable as it can last up to a duration of 10 years. 

Batt insulation.

Batt insulation is pre-cut fiberglass well known as rock wool insulation. It comes in flat pieces. There are two types of bats; those that come with paper or foil facing and those with none. The one with facing are recommended since they can be placed near the living area.

Mineral wool insulation.

Mineral wools are manufactured from highly versatile materials containing high thermal properties. They are made from stone, slag or molten glass.  The choice can be glass wool insulation or stone wool insulation. Both of them prevent heat loss and movement of air. They are drawn from local renewable natural resources, hence environmentally friendly.

We Are A Top-Rated Woodlands Attic Insulation Company!

At Woodlands, we pride ourselves for being the best installers of attic insulation. Our specialty and distinguished customer relations have dared us to the hearts of many. Call us today and you will never regret it. 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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