Why should I properly insulate my attic?
Heat rises—it’s something we’ve been taught since elementary school science glass. While we might all know the concept, it can be easy to forget that in our homes, rising heat is going to escape through our attics. This makes having reliable attic insulation in Great Falls, MT of the utmost importance.
Quality 1st Insulation is your expert when it comes to assessing the efficiency of your attic’s insulation. We can provide you with an overview of your existing insulation’s ability to prevent radiant heat loss and, if it’s lackluster or poor, we can recommend the right insulation solution to maximize its effectiveness.
Whether you’re building a brand new home and need the best insulation right from the get-go or you’re finally retrofitting that old fiberglass batt in your attic, trust our attic insulation contractors in Great Falls, MT to assist you.
Urethane foam spray
One of the most common insulation solutions for attics—and one of our specialties—is urethane foam spray. This foam is sprayed into the rafters of your attic and rapidly expands where it hits, creating an even and consistent coverage area. When it cures, the foam creates a superior barrier that protects against radiant heat loss.
For older or larger homes, urethane foam spray is proving to be a hugely cost-effective solution to attic insulation. We can help you explore this possibility for your home today!
Increasing your home’s efficiency
With the proper attic insulation, your home is going to experience a number of benefits directly related to your comfort and quality of life, as well as your energy efficiency:
Proper attic insulation will keep climate more consistent in lower levels of the home; - You’ll save money on heating and cooling with proper attic insulation;
- You’ll eliminate frequent HVAC maintenance costs with optimal insulation;
- Temperatures will remain comfortable throughout all areas of your home.
To learn more about the status of your existing attic insulation or to inquire about how we may be able to enhance your home’s R-value and insulation properties, we invite you to give us a call today at 406-403-4402.
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WHAT CAN WE DO?
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We can assess your home to see what insulation best fits your needs. We take into consideration the climate, square footage and your budget. We want to offer you the best possible options to service your insulation needs to complete your project.
When you insulate your home with spray foam insulation, there are many benefits. Spray foam insulation is the best option for your insulation and can reduce your energy costs by 40 percent. It also increases the resale value of your home. You will always feel more comfortable with the climate better regulated and be more energy efficient.
Contact us today and speak with one of our licensed and insured professional insulation installers. We will provide you with a free estimate for your residential, commercial, farm or ranch property. We offer competitive pricing and quality products.
WHAT CAN ATTIC INSULATION DO FOR YOU?
- Increase comfort
- Provide sound insulation
- Promote indoor air quality
- Increased home structure
- Lower utility bills
- Reduced carbon footprint
- Increase your roof’s life span
- Protect your pipes
- Returned gain on investment
- Maintain a consistent temperature
- Reduces power consumption
- Added pest control
- Works for hot and cold temperatures
TYPES OF ATTIC INSULATION:
Attics of any size, shape, joist spacing and obstical obstruction. Spray foam insulation has the ability to expand and fit into tiny places. Provides optimal control and access to every area in your attic.
BLOWN-IN / LOOSE FILL
• Attics with nonstandard joist spacing, or irregular shapes
• Attics with lots of obstacles or obstructions to work around
• Attics with insulation already installed to fill gaps and cracks in small places
• Attics with minimal head room
• Attics with joist spacing, especially ones with no insualtion
• Attics with few obstacles to work around
• Attics with sufficient headroom for manuevering