Whether it’s a frigid winter night or a sweltering summer afternoon, many of your energy dollars may be escaping through your roof. That’s why attic insulation is the #1 way to save money on your energy bills. It’s also one of the most cost-effective ways to increase the year-round comfort of your home, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Installing a new roof on your home is the perfect opportunity to insulate your attic, as work on both can happen concurrently. Besides being more convenient, installing attic insulation and a new roof at the same time can also save you time and money.
Blown-In Fiberglass: The Perfect Material For Your Attic
While there are many types of attic insulation, one of the most cost-effective and adaptable is blown-in fiberglass insulation. One of the reasons homeowners love blown-in fiberglass attic insulation is its unique ability to match the unique contours of your attic, ensuring better coverage and savings.
Blown-in fiberglass insulation also:
- Does not settle, maintaining its energy-saving R-value
- Is non-combustible and meets all building codes
- Will not absorb moisture, which can reduce insulation effectiveness
- Is highly mold resistant
- Will not rot or decay
Bordner: The Perfect Team For Your Project
Lowering your utility bills and raising the comfort level of your home or building is easy with Bordner’s innovative attic insulation system. That’s because Bordner uses high-quality blown-in fiberglass insulation that shields your home from the Kansas City area’s extreme temperature variations.
By working in conjunction with the replacement of your new roof, Bordner’s professionals can quickly install your attic insulation, at no discomfort or inconvenience to you. Unlike other products and systems, Bordner can complete your attic insulation job within just a few hours, with minimal to no dust. In fact, you may never realize that your attic insulation has been installed…until your next utility bill!
Contact Bordner for more information or a no-obligation roofing and attic insulation consultation.