Proper insulation plays an important part in consistently keeping a home structurally sound as well as comfortable to live in. Expert roofing company, Adams Roofing Professionals, help homes achieve these with the use of blown-in insulation.
Roofing insulation can either be rolled out or blown-in. Blown-in insulation is applied with the use of equipment that literally blows insulation material into your attic. It is also sometimes referred to as loose-fill insulation or cellulose insulation.
Increase Energy Efficiency
Information from the US Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy indicates that up to 70% of a home’s energy consumption is attributed to fulfilling heating and cooling needs. You can avoid spending that much, however, by implementing measures such as improving your attic with blown-in insulation. A properly insulated attic can prevent your HVAC system from working harder than it has to, whatever time of year it might be.
Prevent Roofing Damage
Damaged or inadequate insulation can result in persistent roofing problems too, including structural deterioration due to moisture retention. Prevent the need to deal with an unnecessarily high roof repair cost by having a trusted contractor like Adams Roofing Professionals periodically inspect your roof and keep your insulation in check.
Improve Indoor Air Quality
Maintaining your roofing insulation in good condition can also help prevent the risks associated with having poor indoor air quality from occurring. A structure that is well-insulated and ventilated will be less likely to trap pollutants indoors. You can breathe easier, knowing you are truly safe within the confines of your own home.
Whether it be for repairing a leaking roof or for getting your roof replaced entirely, choose to work with certified industry leader, Adams Roofing Professionals. We are a family-owned and family-operated business that serves residential and commercial property owners alike. Our number is (847) 354-4312. Get in touch with us to learn more about what blown-in insulation can do for further improving your home.