Monthly energy bills increase every time the furnace or air conditioner kicks on. Michigan homeowners with poor attic insulation are seeing their expensive air, the air they pay to heat or cool their house, escape right through the attic.
Updating that old attic insulation with spray foam not only gives your furnace and air conditioner a break from constantly running, but makes families happy with reduced monthly energy bills and the avoidance of other annoying problems like condensation, mold, and ice dams.
Keeping the conditioned air in and the outside air out improves energy efficiency, reduces the carbon footprint, and puts more money back in your pocket.
Foam insulation provides the necessary air seal to keep indoor temperatures consistent across all the rooms of your home all year, no matter the season.
Less dust, allergens, and condensation leading to mold and mildew entering your home will make the whole family happy, not just those with allergies.
Over the past 17 years, we’ve insulated thousands of existing homes with foam insulation. Our consultative project managers, highly skilled crews, and helpful office staff aim to guide you through the process with ease. Not to mention, our lifetime warranty gives your family access to our family long after the job is complete.
For the spray foam to work properly, your old fiberglass or cellulose attic insulation will need to be removed. Our removal crew will roll up old fiberglass insulation and place it in large garbage bags, or vacuum out cellulose with industrial size vacuums to ensure the area is all cleaned out and ready for spray foam. This is a challenging job that our specialized removal crew makes simple by removing and disposing of your old insulation.
When insulating an attic with spray foam the roof deck or the flat (floor) can be insulated. When the roof deck is insulated the attic becomes a semi-conditioned space, no longer has extreme temperatures throughout the year, and is great for storage. If there are high peaks or a connected garage that shares the attic, it may be best to insulate the attic flat. During your estimate, your estimator will explore these options with you and recommend the best solution for your home.
Are you looking to compare all attic insulation options? Learn about the pros and cons of the most common insulation materials for attics, including fiberglass, cellulose, and spray foam.
Curious about the cost of foam insulation for your attic? Learn about the factors that impact the pricing of foam insulation, as well as what you might expect to pay for your project.
Do you want a fresh start for your attic's insulation? Learn why removing that old, dirty cellulose and fiberglass is necessary before the spray foam is applied.