Appropriate attic insulation is imperative in maintaining energy efficiency; as well as energy costs in a home. Using the Blown Cellulose alongside the Spray Foam will provide the homeowner a greater level of comfort and efficiency in the home.
When insulating an attic properly it is important to air seal the area prior to any installation of insulation. Once the air sealing process was completed the team installed the Blown in Cellulose insulation. The Blown in Cellulose acts as a thermal barrier for the home, continuously helping to maintain its temperature.
When duct-work is left without insulation it allows the temperature-controlled air to escape. The addition of Spray Foam insulation to drafty duct-work allows the air inside to maintain its goal temperature.
The homeowners of this Trumbull, CT residence had become very uncomfortable with the climate of their home. The home was equipped with a central air conditioning unit, however the home still struggled in maintaining a comfortable temperature. The homeowners reached out to the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut in hopes of finding a remedy for their home. The team surveyed the home and decided the Blown Cellulose insulation with Spray Foam would provide optimal results. Browse the photos below to view the products used by the Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut team!