Attics and cathedral ceilings are obvious areas that require insulation. Since heat rises during the winter months, precious warm air within your home is migrating upwards into the attic. Conversely, during warm temperatures, outdoor heat moves to cooler indoor air in the attic. Insuficient attic or cathedral ceiling insulation leads to heat gains and losses that result in higher heating and cooling costs. Adding or updating an attic or cathedral ceiling with cellulose insulation is a great investment to save money for years to come. Insulating attics are also the easiest for DIY projects.
Using cellulose insulation in the attic or cathedral ceiling also controls convection, conduction and radiation, in addition to increasing R-Value. Use our calculator to help determine current attic R Value, how much more insulation is needed, and see the potential savings and reductions in greenhouse gases that can be acheived by adding insulation.
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