Blown-in Attic Insulation - Central & Southern Maine
Blown-in attic insulation is gaining in popularity for home insulation. Insulation is a valuable investment for your home—and it begins paying for itself immediately. Because of the way heat moves within your house, attic insulation is an important part of keeping any home well-insulated. The good news for homeowners is that blown-in attic insulation is a great way to add to the insulation, and value, of your home. Blown-in attic insulation will give you the fastest return of any home improvement investment. If you have any questions about this type of insulation, give Straight Line Roof a call at 207-466-0145 or contact us online today.
What are the Types of Blown-in Attic Insulation?
There are two basic types of blown-in insulation: cellulose and fiberglass. Straight Line Roof offers both options.
Fiberglass insulation offers a great home insulation choice for homeowners. Fiberglass insulation has a proven track record of being a strong and reliable insulation choice. Straight Line Roof offers Owens Corning fiberglass insulation.
Cellulose is a recycled paper product treated with a flame-retardant for fire safety. Cellulose has the advantage of being a recycled and locally sourced material. Straight Line Roof uses GreenFiber Cellulose.
What Do I Need to Know about Attic Ventilation?
A well-insulated home needs proper ventilation in order to achieve peak energy efficiency. Controlling the air flow in your attic in important to keeping your home a constant temperature. When performing any work insulating your attic, it’s also important to make sure that your attic is correctly ventilated. Fortunately the contractors at Straight Line Roof are residential ventilation experts.
One of the biggest advantages of blown-in insulation is that it can be performed year-round. Even in weather that doesn’t allow for many renovations, blown-in attic insulation can still be installed in your home. Give Straight Line Roof a call today at 207-466-0145 us contact us online today.