1° Temp Home knows that the primary part of a home that lets in outside air is your attic. If you live in the area and have experienced a cold winter or hot summer, then you know better than most of how easy it is lose hot air in the winter and cold air in the summer. Our certified experts know every air pocket an attic can hold and work hard to eliminate the problem first hand. With our variety of insulating materials, rest assured that your home is in good hands.
Attics can also be the prime location where bugs and animals can infest your home without you noticing. The easiest way to protect against both of these problems is to have the appropriate sealing carried out with insulating materials and with the proper expertise of our professionals.
This is an innovative kind of material that a lot of builders and homeowners alike are starting to make use of in replace of more standard kinds of insulation, such as fiberglass. Rather than stapling pieces of fiberglass-based traditional batts, foam is sprayed over the whole area for total coverage. This kind of home insulating material is also useful when it comes to small areas which are difficult to get to.
This material will also help you with saving energy. It totally seals out air from the area after getting sprayed in, guaranteed. The spray foam adjusts to wherever it touches and will never slip out of place or need replacement. It is an extremely efficient way to seal a house.
This is considered one of the most eco-friendly materials on the market today. The installation process doesn't take very long and is not very complicated. However, a professional from 1° Temp Home will need to take care of the work in your attic since special equipment is needed.
As a homeowner, you may be wondering what benefits this kind of material could provide for your home. Cellulose features exceptional thermal performance. When compared to other types of insulation, it can reduce energy use by 20-30%. It's also a great sound barrier since it fully fills wall cavities. It's also a very dense material.
This is a man-made fiber which can be manufactured using a wide assortment of materials, including sand and recycled glass. It's often pink, yellow, or white in appearance. As far as popularity goes, it's used in nearly 90% of homes across the country.
Our installers will be sure that your fiberglass attic materials are put in properly using the appropriate tools and gear. Typical installations include either loose-fill or blown-in fiberglass applications.
Feel free to get in touch with 1° Temp Home to learn more or to schedule a consultation.