Attic Insulation

The attic of your home is more than a place to store old family memories, more often than not it is directly responsible for the high cost of your utility bills. This large cavity beneath your roof is a perfect opening for heat to escape from your home in the winter or enter your home in summer.

Attic Insulation

Attics with inadequate insulation can allow as much as 30% of the air generated by your furnace or A/C to escape from the home. Proper insulation and ventilation will result in a reduction of this thermal loss and provide massive energy savings resulting in lower utility bills.

The recommended R-Value of insulation in the attics of Michigan homes is R49 to R60. Even if you currently have some insulation materials present in your attic, you may not have the proper amount to control your home’s interior climate adequately. The insulation experts at Pro Home Improvement can inspect your attic and ensure that your home’s attic insulation is at levels recommended by energy star. If we find that you could benefit from added insulation we can help you choose the best insulation type to get the job done.

Pro Grade Attic Insulation Services

Pro Home Improvement currently offers five types of insulation materials that can help slow the loss of thermal energy from your home’s attic.

  • Blown in Cellulose
  • Fiber Glass
  • Board Foam

Do your attic insulation contractors offer services near me?

Pro Home Improvement’s offices are located in Ferndale, MI, and we regularly provide attic insulation services to residents all over Metro Detroit. From Flint to Ann Arbor, we have proven ourselves as the best choice in insulation contractors.

When you are ready to discover the many benefits of our Pro Grade Attic Insulants, please call us at 888-PRO-1998 (888-776-1998) and request a FREE no-pressure estimate.

What Our Insulation Customers Are Saying

  • Project: Install or Update Insulation

    Easy to work with, efficient, and very understanding of any issues I addressed. I look forward to hiring them for more work now that I know how easy they were to deal with.

    — Brad T. in Ypsilanti, MI — 11/28/2017