Air radiating up through your home’s ceilings is the fastest way for energy to be “lost.” The warm air generated by your heating system or cool air produced by an air conditioner can quickly rise through uninsulated or under-insulated ceilings, forcing you to spend even more money on energy costs.
That’s why a properly insulated attic is essential for home comfort and energy savings. If your home was built more than 10 years ago, chances are your insulation is inadequate. The rolls of fiberglass insulation you can buy at the home center offer poor insulating value and leave wide gaps for air to flow through.
Kroll Construction provides high quality Michigan attic insulation that is blown-in for full coverage and maximum insulation value. Blown-in insulation is the best choice for older homes, as it can be blown into the attic without damaging the home.
We use both fiberglass or cellulose blown-in insulation. Both deliver excellent insulation properties. The type of insulation we recommend for your home will depend on several factors, including the age of your home and construction type.
The fiberglass based blown-in insulation is made from molten glass that is spun into fibers that offer excellent thermal performance with good sound suppression as well. Blown-in fiberglass insulation is non-combustible, will not compact and lasts a lifetime!
Cellulose blown-in insulation forms a seamless layer of fibers that delivers excellent coverage and protection. It will not lose its R-value (avg. 3.8), which is higher than fiberglass insulation. Because blown-in insulation is loose material it can take any shape and is much easier to fit into oddly shaped spaces such as narrow attic eaves.
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