Advanced Seal Spray Foam Insulation Can Cut Your Utility Bills by Up to 40%

Pole Barn Insulation works as both an insulator and an air barrier, closing nooks and crannies that let energy escape, making your utility bills unnecessarily high. When installed correctly, this type of insulation can cut your heating and cooling costs by up to 40%.

Attics are often poorly insulated, allowing conditioned air to leak into unconditioned spaces in the winter and humid outdoor air into your living areas in the summer. By upgrading your attic’s batting, cellulose or rigid foam panels and duct encapsulation, you can save money on your energy bills year-round, while restoring comfort throughout your home.

Step-by-Step Guide to Installing Advanced Seal Spray Foam Insulation

The best attic insulation options depend on your specific needs and climate. For instance, hot climates call for a R-value of at least 13-14, while colder ones need up to R-49. Before insulating your attic, consider your heating and cooling habits as well as the type of electrical wiring and fixtures you have in your attic.

Fiberglass batts are the most popular attic insulation option. Made of recycled glass and sand, this type of insulation is inexpensive, effective and flame-resistant. It also resists moisture well, making it less vulnerable to mold and mildew. Fiberglass comes in either rolled fiberglass rolls or a more convenient blown-in form.

Cellulose is another popular attic insulation choice, but it can be expensive. Professionals use wet spray cellulose, which adds water to control the dust, and it offers a higher R-value per inch than fiberglass. It’s also very dense, which helps control drafts and frost.

Advanced Seal Spray Foam Insulation
255 SW 60th Ave Pratt, KS 67124