When it comes to insulation, Atlanta Home Renovations has one of the best teams to guide you and help to determine what type of insulation would be best for your project. Whether it’s adding some insulation to your attic for a little extra protection against heat and moisture or encapsulating a crawl space to prevent moisture and musty odors from entering your home from below, we have got you covered!
Open Cell Spray Foam Insulation
is typically used in attics and walls because it allows the home to “breathe”. It also helps to absorb sound and expands much more than closed cell spray foam does. Installation time is much less than that of closed cell and lasts up to 60 years.
Closed Cell for Basements/Crawlspace
is used mostly in crawl spaces or basements because it seals and resists moisture and water much better than open cell spray foam. Installation is timely and more costly than other types of insulation but requires almost no maintenance and lasts for up to 80 years.
Blown-in Insulation is an affordable option for insulating your attic and helping to reduce the amount of hot or cold air that gets into your home. Blown-in insulation should be replaced every 15-20 years.
Batten/Roll Insulation is used in wall cavities to prevent outside air and moisture from infiltrating your home.