If you are looking for an insulation company in Buffalo or another area in western New York, Town Building Systems is the ideal choice. We insulate attics for residential reinsulation and new construction projects.
Contact us if you’re ready to start your insulation project, or give us a call at 716-525-8910 to learn more about the benefits of attic insulation.
The attic is a significant source of energy loss in a home, which is why it needs to have the right insulation.
Town Building Systems has experience working with all different types of attic insulation materials, including:
Thermal insulation, like fiberglass and cellulose, can be installed in your attic’s flooring, knee walls, etc. Radiant barrier insulation is installed under the roofline, to help your roof reflect heat from the sun and keep your home cooler in the summer. In Western New York, blown-in/loose-fill and batt insulation are an effective attic insulation.
Our home insulation contractors can recommend the ideal type of insulation for your attic and complete your project in a timely manner.
There are many perks to having a properly insulated attic. Attic or loft insulation can help:
If you would like to increase the energy efficiency and comfort of your Buffalo, New York area home, attic insulation can help you do just that.
At Town Building Systems, we use only the best attic insulation materials. Our top priority is helping make your home more energy efficient and comfortable throughout the year.
Ask us about performing an energy audit to locate areas in your home that could use improvement and air sealing to remedy any air leaks we find.
Contact us online to get an estimate or call us today at 716-525-8910!
Ice and gutters don’t get along, but your attic insulation can improve your gutters’ response to frigid weather by encouraging snow to melt evenly. Ice can cause serious structural damage to your home, so you need a permanent solution that will reward you with the progression of the years.
Insulation is an accommodating addition to your home as long as you’re building onto dry materials. Wet insulation is less cooperative. It’s prone to mold and mildew, which will spread and destroy your new materials. Fiberglass and cellulose will accept new layers, but faced insulation needs to be treated before coverage or it will trap moisture and foster microbial growth.
Most attics require an R-value of about 38 in temperate climates. Colder regions like ours need an R-value of about 49.
One of the most effective ways to insulate your attic is by lining the floors, but that renders your attic unusable. If you’re determined to use the space, you can insulate the underside of the roof instead. Flexible batts can fill up the small spaces between your joists and studs, keeping heat from escaping through your attic.
Air leaks aren’t always obvious, even to the trained eye, but they can reduce the efficacy of your entire insulation system. The sources of chilly air are usually windows, old doors, and patched walls. We can treat all three entry points and raise your R-value by adding a new layer of insulation.
R-ratings are an easy way to work out if your current insulation is sufficient. If your material provides less than R-38, you need a new layer. Signs of a poorly insulated attic include drafts, mold, ice dams, and pests. Shoddy insulation will also push up your energy bills and allow drafts into your home.
Town Building Systems is your indoor climate specialist. We’ve been handling attic insulation since 1975. As an award-winning specialist, we shoot for excellence — never mediocrity. Schedule an energy audit with us today at 716-525-8910.
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