Blown-in Attic Insulation
Besides combating rising utility and energy bills, Blown-in Attic Insulation is a green product, flame resistant, mold-resistant and provides a more comfortable and quiet place through noise protection. In case your home insulation is inadequate, you will be inviting your home to moisture or allowing heat to escape through your roof, resulting in excessive energy bills. The insulation must be sufficient not only for your comfort but also for the economy of heating and cooling bills. In case you are thinking to insulate your Calabasas, CA home with attic insulation, call Conejo Valley Air which offers insulation services to keep your home warm in winter and cool in summer apart from other benefits.
Benefits of Blown –in Attic Insulation
Cool in Summer & Warm in winter
Calabasas, CA has a high temperature during August and low during December. Heat and cool air movement into and out of your home in four ways: conduction, convection, radiation, and air infiltration. Attic Insulation is the key to insulate your home from outer environment since it has good insulating R-value.
In under-rated attic insulation, heat can flow in/outside of your home through holes/gaps in attic studs or joist cavities, conduit circuit, wall cavities thus more consumption of electricity by cooling and heating appliances. Attic Insulation is the best means of adding insulation in existing construction since blow-in particles shall fill in every corner/gap and attic floor or walls leaving no space for the heat radiations to move in or out. Your homes will be cool in summer and warm in winter. In case you choose Conejo Valley Air as a contractor for attic insulation, you will start saving today.
About Blown-In Attic Insulation and Conejo Valley Air Contractors
Blow-in Cellulose insulation, in use since 1920’s, consists predominantly of recycled paper, cardboard and wood products, with few synthetic processes and is preferred amongst homeowners being a green product.
Other Blown-In Attic Insulation materials are fiberglass, rock and slag wool, mineral wool, natural fibers, wool, etc. Type of material is decided on the R-value in the attic. The recommended level for most attics is to insulate to R-38 or about 10 to 14 inches, depending on insulation type.
Conejo Valley Air possesses expensive mechanical blower/hopper to churn up the insulation material with paddles to loosen it, mix with air and blow it through hoses to the site of placement without dismantling any of the constructions. The skilled workforce is equipped with every tool such as; caulk gun, dust mask, flashlight, safety glasses, shop vacuum, stapler, utility knives, walkie-talkie or cell phone, eye protection, a long-sleeve shirt & gloves, and a double-strap mask or respirator to insulate every corner with a desired thickness. Blown-in insulation is the least expensive and most suitable for old attics. When it comes to attic insulation in your home, Conejo Valley Air is the best one with commitments:
- We Strive to Be At Your Home Within 60 Minutes of Your Initial Phone Call
- We Offer 24-hour Emergency Services
- We Charge by the Job – Not by the Hour
- We Offer Only the Most Dependable Customer Satisfaction With Each Job Completed
Blown-in Attic Insulation lowers energy cost
Let’s face the challenging energy costs. As per studies, an average American will have its energy for heating and cooling reduced between 20% to 30% with high-quality insulation. Conejo Valley Air has the know- how to study your home parameters and design the insulation for multi-benefits. Top that off with tax credits from Con Edison, and you have to think, “Why not insulate.” So, by switching over to blown –in insulation through Conejo Valley Air, you will get back the money spent by way of saving in energy bills. Moreover, the energy saved is energy produced-it is national saving and a true patriotic concern for all Americans.
Blow-in Attic Insulation a fire retardant
The Blown-in Cellulose insulation is treated with boric acid and other substances which makes it fire resistant and mold-resistant. Both Fiberglass and Cellulose, blown in insulation, offer a certain degree of fire retardant during a fire. The chemicals are very safe and approved by all government agencies. Fiberglass insulation does not burn but can melt eventually in a fire.
Nice and Quiet
Bugs and Rats Do Not Like Insulation
You’d probably assume rats and bugs like the nice soft looking insulation to make a home. Happily, this is far from the truth! Cellulose insulation contains chemicals that repel pests like these in your attic. Fiberglass also is not an attractive environment for pests.