One of the most common reasons for high energy bills in the winter is poor insulation. But how can homeowners tell if their home is badly insulated? Chilly drafts, cold walls, and high energy bills are all prime indicators of it.
Finding the right insulation contractor for your insulation needs plays a major role in helping you with the right level of insulation for the winter. Here’s what they can do:
1. Cover The Attic and Ceiling
Your attic is perhaps the coldest area in your house. Because it’s mostly used for storage, people often pay less attention to it.
Insulating your attic and ceiling can help you reduce your power bills. Our team can cover larger holes with plywood or drywall. Smaller air leaks can be fixed through caulking. If you need a generalized insulation job done for an attic that’s outdated, radiant barrier insulation is also an excellent choice.
2. Insulate The Crawlspace
The crawlspace can be another area in your home responsible for allowing hot or cold air to escape. After an inspection, our team can advise you on options for crawl space insulation, including fiberglass batts, cellulose, and rigid foam board insulation.
3. Wrap The Radiant Barrier
A radiant barrier helps prevent access heat buildup in the attic, while efficiently passing it down to other rooms in the house. It helps keep the house cold during summers and warm during winters. Hence, insulating your radiant barrier ensures effective temperature maintenance within the house and lets you enjoy the cold season with your loved ones.
The best way to deal with a poorly-insulated house is to contact an insulation company to insulate your space to provide a permanent solution. Most insulation efforts last for years so it’s a small price to pay for your comfort and convenience.
If you are looking for an insulation contractor, Pure Eco Inc. is a California-based company with a team of professionals with years of experience in providing insulation services. We offer insulation installation Monrovia and attic cleaning services to our clients in Los Angeles, Glendale, and West Covina. We use materials that offer a long-term warranty to ensure 100% client satisfaction.