All it takes is a quick peek to find out. If your attic floor is insulated but the wood beams (joists) are still visible, you probably don't have enough. But even if you can't see your beams, that's still no guarantee that you have enough insulation. The best thing to do is measure.
Most Michigan homes have less than 7" of insulation in their attic giving an R Value of 15 to 25.
To acheive this level of insulation requires nearly 18" of insulation. Without this level you are paying much higher costs to heat your home in winter, and to cool it in the summer. Contact us to determine your current R value and get an estimate on Attic Insulation that will make your home more comfortable and save you money.
Our sprayed in fiberglass attic insulation combats settling and provides among the highest R-values per square inch of all insulations. We also offer cellulose attic insulation as an even greener alternative.
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