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How Much Does Attic Insulation Cost?

Insulation isn't just for your home's walls - your attic can benefit from the energy-efficient properties of insulation as well. While attic insulation often consists of loose, blown-in foam instead of rolled or sprayed insulation, it serves the same purpose. At USA Insulation, we carry a few other types of insulation to meet all your needs, including:

  • Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) insulation - for open wall cavities
  • Premium injection wall foam - for closed wall cavities
  • Attic air sealing - to make sure your attic is sealed

The Main Benefits of Attic Insulation

We typically use blown-in attic insulation for attics. Not only is this easy to install in your attic, but it's cost-effective. As with any insulation type, attic insulation will lower your energy bills significantly. An uninsulated attic can cause significant heat and energy loss in your home.

Attic insulation doesn't just lower your energy bills. In-attic insulation also inhibits ice and mold growth, which can pose health risks to your family if they manage to form. An uninsulated attic can become a health hazard and make it difficult to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home. A thick layer of blown-in attic insulation can help fix this.

Attic insulation isn't just helpful during the winter. Attic insulation holds conditioned air inside during the winter and blocks outdoor heat from penetrating your home through the roof. As such, good attic insulation is just as important in warm and temperate regions as it is in cold ones.

Cost to Have Blown-In Attic Insulation

At USA Insulation, the cost of blown-in attic insulation can vary based on several factors. The colder the climate zone you live in, the more insulation will be needed, increasing the overall cost. The amount of existing insulation in your attic also plays a role in determining the final price.

While cellulose insulation may be slightly more expensive, the overall cost is usually comparable to fiberglass batting. Factors such as the size of your attic, the depth, and R-value of the insulation will also impact the cost.

Additional costs, such as labor and installation of baffles for proper airflow, should also be considered. Ultimately, the type of insulation you choose will affect the final cost, with options including fiberglass batting, blown-in fiberglass, blown-in cellulose, and wool composite blown-in insulation.

You can lower the cost of installing new insulation by taking advantage of tax credits. You can qualify for up to $500 if you invest in energy-efficient upgrades for your home. Of course, at USA Insulation, we always do our best to get you the most competitive rates for our services.

USA Attic Insulation

If you're ready to install attic insulation in your new home, consider giving USA Insulation a call. We have several types of premium insulation to choose from, and we will do our best to provide you with a highly competitive price in addition to our excellent service.

If you're not sure what you need or want in your attic, consider contacting the experts at USA Insulation for assistance. Not only can you get a free estimate through our website, but our expert technicians help you figure out what kind of attic insulation is best for your needs.

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