- Home Performance Audit
- Insulation For Existing Homes
- Indoor Air Quality
- Air Sealing
- New Construction & Remodeling
Have you ever considered that the reason your home may be drafty, hard to keep comfortable, and expensive to heat and cool is that your attic is leaky and under-insulated? The area above your head can affect how your home feels all the way below your feet. Here’s how you can improve your indoor comfort and energy efficiency with attic solutions.
Air sealing in the attic leaks fixes tiny holes and gaps that waste energy, driving up heating and cooling bills while leaving your home drafty and uncomfortable.
Fiberglass insulation is primarily installed in batts (or rolls), is affordable, and is quick to install.
Blown-in insulation can be made from different materials and is blown in via a large hose as a loose fill insulation, allowing for a customized R-value.
Cellulose insulation is made of a recycled and environmentally friendly material that is also fire resistant while offering an impressive R-value.
Usually reserved for attic walls and rim joists, spray foam insulation is an expanding foam that offers the highest R-value per inch, while also adding extra air sealing qualities.
Reduced indoor drafts
Improved indoor air quality
Lower heating and cooling costs
Consistent room-to-room temps
Less wear and tear on furnace and AC
Learn what air sealing services and attic insulation materials will have the greatest impact on your home using the insights from a home performance audit from the home comfort experts at Wisconsin Home Improvement.