Attic insulation is an important area of any house or building in terms of achieving high levels of insulation as heat rises and escapes through the roof. The objective of roof insulation is to retain as much heat as possible for as long as possible.
Thankfully spray foam technology delivers a product that is far superior to conventional types of insulation such as fibreglass and cellulose, as not only is it a quality insulator but also an airtight product all in one.
The biggest challenge any insulation faces is air tightness. Any insulation type is only as good as its joints. Too many joints or badly installed insulation will allow heat to escape through it.
Is the insulation that’s in your attic tightly fitted? Does it fill and seal every crack, gap and void? Older houses in particular might have little to no attic insulation or might have an outdated insulation system installed that’s not operating at optimal performance.
Spray Foam Attic Insulation
Spray foam insulation will provide a weather-resistant bond that effectively seals drafts while boosting the efficiency of heating and air conditioning systems. If not your heating system will constantly be calling for heat in order to try to keep up with the desired temperature set out by your home thermostat. Most attics are cold and draftee. Spray foam insulation acts as a lid on your home or building to keep the heat in providing the highest levels of airtightness.
What’s more, the foam stays in place for life. This means it won’t move, sag, shrink or tear away from your walls, timbers or joists. ‘’Guaranteed for life’’
Home Works spray foam attic insulation outperforms every other insulation on the market today in terms of U-values and air tightness.
Simply put, foam insulation helps to create a more comfortable, energy-efficient home.
How much does attic insulation cost?
The price of insulation will depend on the size of the area to be serviced. The materials used and the location of the building will also be considered. Contact us today to get a quote for the job via phone or the contact form below. Roof insulation is an investment that will save money for years to come.
Attic Insulation Grants
If your home was built before 2011 then you are eligible for an attic insulation grant. The SEAI grant is part of the National Home Energy Upgrade Scheme to make Irish homes more energy efficient. Check out our Insulation Grant webpage for more information or reach out to us today to find our how to apply.
Home Works Insulation offers insulation services all across the south east of Ireland. Areas of service include Dublin, Kildare, Meath, Wicklow, Carlow, Laois, Wexford, Kilkenny, Waterford & Cork.
Contact us today to enquire about servicing your area & arrange a free home consultation & quote.