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             ATTIC Fiberglass INSULATION Summer Special Only              $0.60 Cents A square foot R-30 12" SAVE UP TO 50%
ON YOUR UTILITIIES BILLS 

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Foam Insulation it is an alternative to traditional insulation helping drive down the need for fossil fuel products.
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TRADITIONAL INSULATION LIKE FIBER GLASS and Cellulose allows infiltration air leakes to come in to the house or structure. Making your A/C and Heating up to 30% Higher every year. The draft also makes your home or business feel uncomfortable making it feel hot in the summers and cold in the winters. Allergens and dust also accumulates faster in the house because of the air leaks.

Spray Foam Insulation WILL STOP the air leaks by selaing all the spaces that are left expose by traditional insulation. Your inside of your house will have less dust, and less allergens, better air quality, better sound proof, better produc
t. We will make sure you will enjoy 50%-60% Lower Utilites Bills, a comfortable enviorment, and exceptional indoor air quality. Call Now 817-204-9450




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ATTIC INSULATION & RADIANT BARRIER. SPECIAL PRICE FOR VETS.(817)204-9450Attic Insulation Installation

Insulation Tips:
Never lay insulation over recessed light fixtures or soffit vents. Keep all insulation at least 3 inches away from “can” lights, unless they are rated IC (Insulated Ceiling). If you are using loose fill insulation, use sheet metal to create barriers around the openings. If using fiberglass, wire mesh can be used to create a barrier: Have a professional do it for you.

          
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 What Type Of Insulation Product?
Insulsafe-insulation Or Owens Coring keeps your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter, due to the insulation resisting the flow of heat. Heat, a form of energy, always seeks a cooler area; usually flowing out of the house in the winter months and into the house during the summer months. By reducing heat flow, a properly insulated home uses LESS ENERGY for heating and cooling.
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  R-60 FIBERGLASS INSULATION 24"

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Roof Decking Spray Foam Insulation


Owens Coring Fiberglass Insulation R-60



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Foam Insulation low pressure spray polyurethane foams of two general types; open-celled or closed-cell. Choice of either foam type depends on the application requirements or desired outcome.


Generally speaking, closed cell foams consist of trapped gas bubbles formed during the foam's expansion and cure. These gas bubbles consist of the blowing agent, and are permanently locked into place during the curing of the foam. The trapped gas increases the insulation capability of the cured foam. The cured foam must be strong and of a medium density in order to lock in the gas bubbles. The foam's strength, coupled with its closed cell nature, enable it to resist liquid water and function as a vapor retarder.


Open-Cell foams, however, are quite different in nature. The blowing agent gas is not trapped by the forming cells, and instead is released to the atmosphere during foam expansion and curing. The foam cells have "holes" in their walls, enabling them to interlock and interconnect. The spaces within the cells are filled with atmospheric air, much like a sponge. Due to its porous nature, open cell foam does not resist liquid water or water vapor (humidity). Without trapped gas bubbles, open cell foams also do not need to be as strong and therefore are less dense than closed cell foams.


 Foil Radiant Barrier 

This will bring you to an r-49 or about 18" of insulation in the attic. The Best Insulation Installer in the DFW area.


           

Commercial Insulation also available call for special price.

      We recommend R-60 or 24" 

When adding additional insulation, you do not have to use the same type of insulation that currently exists in your attic. You can add loose fill on top of fiberglass batts or blankets, and vice-versa. If you use fiberglass over loose fill, make sure the fiberglass batt has no paper or foil backing; it needs to be “unfaced.” If you choose to add loose fill, it may be wise to hire a professional, as the application requires the use of a blowing machine.

Ridge Vent Ventilation Saves Money

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A note about Natural Attic Ventilation 

At first it may seem odd to add insulation for warmth and then purposely allow air to enter the attic through vents, but this combination is the key to a durable  and energy-effcient home. Here's why: in the winter, allowing a natural flow of out door air to ventilate the attichelps keep it cold, which reduces the potential for ice damming( snow that melts off a roof from an attic that is warm and then re-freezes at the gutters, causing an ice dam that can damage the roof). Proper insulation and air sealing also keeps attics cold in winter by blocking the entry of heat and moist air from below. In the summer, natural air flow in a well-vented attic moves super-heated air out of the attic, propecting roof shingles and removing moisture. The insulation will resist heat heat transfer into the house. The most common mistake homeowners make when installing insulation is to block the flow of air at t
he eves. NEVER COVER ATTIC SOFFIT VENTS WITH INSULATION-use rather vents and sofits vents to maintain airflow

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     Attic Ventilation Turbine Fans

Attic fans are intended to cool hot attics by drawing in cooler outside air from attic vents (soffit and gable) and pushing hot air to the outside. However, if your attic has blocked soffit vents and is not well-sealed from the rest of the house, attic fans will suck cool conditioned air up out of the house and into the attic. This will use more energy and make your air conditioner work harder, which will increase your summer utility bill. You don’t want your unfinished attic cooled by your air conditioner. To prevent this, follow the air sealing and insulation strategies in this guide and make sure the attic is well-ventilated using passive vents and natural air flow.


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