Lower utility bills. Injected insulation and spray foam insulation make it easier to control a home’s temperature with less energy, which results in lower utility bills.
More comfortable temperatures. By preventing air leakage through small gaps, injected insulation and spray foam insulation keep home temperatures warmer in winter and cooler in summer.
Reduces carbon footprint. Insulation doesn’t require outside energy sources to work, which means it has no detrimental effects on the environment.
Easy installation. Injected insulation is applied through sparse, discreet holes drilled into the wall that are easily patched up and cleaned once the installation is over. There’s far less mess or cleanup than with other options.
Long-lasting. When properly installed, foam insulation can last for as long as most families are likely to live in their home — usually at least 30 years, but potentially 50 or even longer.
For the most part, injection and spray foam insulation use the same base material. They both apply insulation that serves as an air sealant to make your home’s air more comfortable and clean.
There are differences in how the insulating foam is applied. For insulation injection, less prep work is involved. Crews simply drill a few holes in walls, inject the insulation with special tools, then close and clean them up.
With the somewhat more invasive spray foam, crews must remove any old traces of fiberglass and cellulose before applying the insulation. They must also move any furnishings and belongings around and cover them in plastic.
Attic Projects install injected insulation in Seattle attics and crawl spaces. Our expert technicians help homeowners determine their insulation needs and produce cost-effective, safe, and energy-efficient solutions. Contact Attic Projects to get a free estimate on insulation injection or any of our other professional services.
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