Insulation Services for Your Attic and Crawl Space
Did you know 90% of homes in the US are under-insulated according to the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association? Proper Insulation is an important part of overall home health and energy efficiency. For southern climates, The US Department of Energy recommends at least 13-14 inches of insulation. Your home could be below those standards, meaning you’re wasting money on energy bills and increasing your carbon footprint. Atticare has a mission – helping its clients to save money and become energy efficient.
Check our full guide: How To Choose The Right Insulation Material For Your Home?
What are the Benefits of Installing High Quality Insulation in Your Home
Your entire house, including the attic and crawl space, should be insulated to increase your home’s energy efficiency. Attic and crawl space insulation comes in several forms depending on the size and shape of the space. Effectiveness and price vary from method to method, and our team members can help you find what is right for you.
Installing or replacing insulation in your home can help you:
- Lower your energy bills & save money
- Get even, comfortable home temperature
- Achieve better air quality
- Add value to your home
- reduce your carbon footprint by saving energy
- use less electricity or gas to heat and cool your house.
- Improve your Home’s Acoustic by Reducing The Noise Level
LADWP insulation rebate program for LA homeowners
A new way to reduce your energy use and costs
Do you know that most homes built before 1980 have no attic insulation? Your cooling and heating are escaping out of your house, costing you money. Just like a hat can help to keep your head warm or cool, attic insulation can help your home keep cool air in during the summer or warm air in during the winter.
Qualifying customers can receive rebates up to 80% of the total insulation installation costs or $1.00 per square foot of attic floor insulation (whichever is less).
When Should You Remove and Replace The Insulation In Your Home
- Water damage
- Air ducts damage
- Mold and mildew
- Pest and rodent infestation
- Old or worn-out insulation