Types of Attic Insulation

In building a home, you must plan it very well and everything should be done according to the home owners comfort. One thing you must plan of is having an Attic Insulation. Attic Insulation is an act of protecting something by surrounding it with material that reduces or prevents the transmission of sound or heat or electricity. Insulation can be also on electricity insulation and other things. For houses, attic insulation helps to keep your home warmer in the wintertime and cooler in the summertime. This will only be done with proper insulation at your attic. The attic is the perfect place for insulation since it's on the upper part of the house and mostly it is the only place where air and heat enters and travels from one room to another room inside your home.

Attic Insulation helps you save money into many ways. If you studied well on science, you will learn that with the proper air ventilation and insulation you will save energy and if you save energy there is a possibility you can save money in paying your bills. We can do something to control the airs, heats, and electricity at our own home with the help of insulation. But, we must only hire individuals or companies with proper training and licensed in doing such process for safety and right materials to be used. There should be a case-study being done to your home before starting on attic insulation.

Attic Insulation can be made from different types and listed below are some of the materials you must consider in doing Attic Insulation:

1. Fiberglass Insulation – Fiberglass is the most traditional kind of material being used for insulation. It is considered as man-made, chemical free, and fire-resistant. Fiberglass life span is 35 years which means the home owners can only install it once of their ownership, also it depends on what the owner wants. Fiberglass is cost-effective but also has certain bad effects when not properly done. It can cause some respiratory problems if there are issues in previous insulation, it can cause you nosebleed and other respiratory problems. The Insulation using a fiberglass must be taken seriously and should be done accordingly to its proper manner.

2. Cellulose Insulation – Cellulose Insulation is cheaper than other materials. It is economically proven compare to other products. It is said to be highly effective and less costly. Additionally, it is said to be a loose insulating fill. Flame-retardant chemicals are added to it for safety.

3. Foam Insulation – Foam is another type you can use for insulation. It is a loose insulating fill. It's flame retardant chemical. It is now commonly used in attic insulation.