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Boost Your Comfort with Attic Insulation in FL, NC and TX

Having the correct amount of attic insulation in FL, NC and TX is more critical than you might be aware of. Your energy expenses can skyrocket if the air from your house’s heating and cooling system is getting out. It can also negatively affect your family’s comfort.

Nearly 90 percent of residences in the U.S. don’t have adequate attic insulation. Adding the correct amount of insulation could save you up to 15% on your heating and cooling bills according to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). If your house is older, advantages may be even bigger.

If you’re trying to find ways to enhance your family’s comfort and utility bills, contact us at (407) 917-1800 for more details on attic insulation. Our experienced insulation contractors will provide expert advice plus a free, no-obligation estimate.



How Much Attic Insulation Does a House Require?

The DOE generally suggests 13-14 inches of attic insulation in FL, NC and TX. Or a recommended amount that achieves an R-value of R-38. All insulation is measured with an R-value, which details its tolerance of heat flow. As the R-value gets bigger, so does its capacity to insulate and stop the heat flow. Your house’s age is a major influence too. If you reside in a home that’s exceeded 10 years old, there’s a good chance your attic insulation could have settled, which could mean you should get more insulation.

Different Styles of Attic Insulation

There are four normal kinds of insulation you can use in your attic.

  • Fiberglass insulation: This style of insulation uses glass cullet and raw materials and melts them to create fibers that feel like wool. Fiberglass resists moisture and fire.
  • Wool insulation: While this has an identical texture as fiberglass, it’s produced from rock, blast furnace slag and raw materials. Wool is naturally fire retardant but may not be readily available.
  • Cellulose insulation: Using paper, paperboard, stock or wood to develop cellulose fibers, this type of insulation is treated with chemicals to reduce the possibility of fire. Cellulose has the advantage of having a high R-value and is usually a more affordable option.
  • Spray foam insulation: This is a chemically based insulation that can be added to the attic and wall holes. Spray foam has a lot of benefits, such as the capacity to make a better-sealed area.

There are a lot of points to think over when assessing the insulation in your attic and determining how much you should put in. As one of the top attic insulation companies in the area, we make the job quick. We can provide a free attic insulation survey and estimate.

Whether you’re seeking an insulation contractor right now or want to be aware of all the options and prices, Southern HVAC can assist you. Our professionals will help you choose the best solution for your residence’s unique needs.

Keeping your attic properly insulated can enhance energy efficiency, reduce energy costs and maintain your loved ones’ comfort, so contact us at (407) 917-1800 to have one of our experts provide a free estimate. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee,* so you can feel good in selecting Southern HVAC for your attic insulation installation.


*Southern HVAC guarantees that, if for any reason you are not 100% satisfied with the installation or repair service provided, for a period of one (1) year following the initial date of the installation or repair service in question, we will, at your option: (a) perform the installation or repair service again at no additional cost; or (b) issue a full refund for the installation or repair service charged. This guarantee applies for a limited period of one (1) year following the initial date of the installation or repair service performed by Southern HVAC. This guarantee only applies to the workmanship of the installation or repair services performed by Southern HVAC technicians and does not apply to any products, including but not limited to the performance or defects of such products installed or serviced by our technicians. This guarantee does not apply to any defects arising from use of the system or product for a purpose other than its intended purpose, misuse, alteration, accident, abuse or failure to maintain the product serviced or installed. Customer must provide prompt notice to Southern HVAC of less than full satisfaction with the installation or repair service.