Aurora Hills Insulation Company is your local insulation solution! We do it all: spray foam, blown-in or batt placement insulation. With proper insulation in your home, you can finally stop constantly adjusting the weather and keep your home at a stable, comfortable temperature without breaking the bank.
If you’re one of the thousands of new Aurora residents in a newly built home insulation is one of many things on your checklist but it should not be overlooked! Low-quality insulation or low-quality installation will cost you every month as you continue to pay a higher energy bill for a less efficient system.
Or, if your home was constructed years ago you may have insulation that has shifted or deteriorated. Additionally, depending on the age of your home, it may not have been constructed with the same insulation standards as today.
Whether your home is old or new, Aurora Hills Insulation Company can help.
There is no one size fits all when it comes to insulation. While each type of commonly used insulation (spray foam, batt or rolls, and blown-in) have their pros and cons it really depends on the space you’re looking to insulation.
For example, spray foam insulation (especially open cell spray foam) is great for tight areas with lots of nooks and corners. Spray foam can expand to meet the shape of the area it’s applied making it perfect for hard to reach corners.
Blown-in insulation is not going to be useful when trying to insulation corners of your home but will be both effective and efficient when insulating attics and similar spaces. Blown-in insulation is exactly what it sounds like as the insulation material blown into the space.
There there’s batt or roll insulation (most often made of fiberglass). This is the most widely used insulation type and one of the simplest. The insulation material comes in rolls that can be cut to fit a large space. This option is also quite cost-effective.
While different types of insulation fill different roles, the most important decision is to ensure your choices meet the R-Value requirements of Aurora, Colorado. The R-Value describes how efficient the material is at reducing heat loss. A higher R-value means a greater reduction in heat loss.
Different areas of the home (like garages, crawl spaces, attics, roofs, etc) have different R-Value requirements. At Aurora Hills Insulation Company we can help you figure out a balance between R-value, efficiency, and cost to find the perfect insulation setup for your home or business.
But don’t make the mistake of thinking that insulation is only needed during the winter! Proper insulation helps maintain the temperature of your home regardless of the temperature outside. While it’s most often considered in terms of winter weather and heat loss, insulation is just as important in the summer months when it’s hot outside!
Whatever type of insulation you need for your home or business, the professionals at Aurora Hills Insulation Company can help.