Home Insulation Case Studies: Attic Insulation in Stratford, CT
This Stratford, CT home's attic was improperly insulated, causing unbearable temperatures during the summer. During those hot months, a non-insulated attic's temperate can rise to a staggering 120 degrees. It was allows the hot and cold air you're paying for to leak through the top of the home, causing not only a loss of energy, but a hike in your utility bills. This family wanted an attic that offered them storage space, while saving energy. Deciding they wanted to make more of their space, they gave us a call here at Connecticut Dr. Energy Saver.
Our team turned this dusty attic into a clean, spacious, energy efficient room! Our foreman Rudy Abel installed blown attic insulation all over the floor to cover most of the room, leaving some area for storage near the hatchway. Blown attic insulation is very popular for upgrading attic insulation levels because it is much faster then rolling out fiberglass batts. It also provides more uniform and thorough coverage. This particular attic now has an R-Value of 60 ,and before it did not even have an R-value. We also installed our David Lewis Hatch Cover; an exclusive product to Dr. Energy Saver dealers! It stops air leakage, and insulates over the stairs. It is made of SilverGlo foam, and all you have to do is lift it aside when you go up into your attic, and then set it back into place. After you close the pull down stairs, you don't see anything from the finished areas of your home. As an added bonus, we left a space around the hatchway for storage space! This attic now is fully upgraded, and this family should start to notice less drafts in their home, and lower utility bills!
If you have home with uneven temperatures and drafty rooms, let us help you! Give us a call today to schedule your free energy evaluation with one of our certified home energy specialists.
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Before this attic was dusty and offered no insulation or storage space. The area was just an energy consuming space at the top of their home.
There was barely any insulation covering this attic on the floor or on the walls. It was covered in dust and the fiberglass batts were scattered and looked very messy.
After we installed our blow-in insulation the attic looks much neater and appealing. Their R-Value increased from 0-60, and there is still room for storage.
The David Lewis Hatch Cover is a great way to keep your attic insulated. It is made from our SilverGlo foam insulation that is lightweight, and energy efficient. Plus you can't see this from the finished areas of the home once the hatchway is closed.
There is now plenty of space for the family to use as storage. It is now a clean and attractive looking attic.