Often the most poorly insulated and ventilated area of your home's envelope is the attic space. Insufficient insulation levels in your attic can result in major heat loss and, as a result, higher energy bills. The U.S. Department of Energy recommends a certain minimum depth of blown-in attic insulation for different climate zones. Anything under that depth is considered insufficient to keep your home properly insulated against summer heat and winter cold. In addition, a poorly insulated attic is a major contributing factor in the formation ice dams, icicles, and mold growth, which can be both a health and safety hazard for your family and your property.
To learn more about USA Insulation Blown-In Attic Insulation or to schedule a free in-home estimate, call 1-800-USA-FOAM!
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