High-Performance Attic Insulation Available from Beldon® Insulation

There is no getting around the fact that keeping your home warm in the winter is expensive. Sure, you can dial down the thermostat and get used to wearing extra flannels or bulky sweaters indoors to reduce the cost. But if you have an unfinished attic area, or one with insufficient insulation, giving it the proper amount of insulation is one of the simplest ways to cut down on your heating bill this coming winter.

Many homes don’t have sufficient insulating materials in critical places such as the attic, and very few homes come close to meeting today’s energy-efficient recommendations. Every uninsulated nook and cranny in a home provides an expensive avenue for treated air – warm or cool – to escape, and untreated air – hot or cold – to enter. The roof and attic areas are among the biggest problem areas; in fact, up to a quarter of energy loss in a home occurs through the roof and attic. Making sure you have sufficient insulation in areas such as the attic combats this problem, which can send energy bills soaring.

Beldon® Insulation offers Owens Corning’s™ Blown-In PINK Fiberglass Insulation. This insulating product features a tremendous R-Value, is noncombustible yet contains no corrosive fire-retardant chemicals that can damage electrical wiring, won’t absorb moisture, and doesn’t support mold growth. It can be installed up to 25 times faster than other forms of loosefill insulation, and in most instances, installation in the attic takes just a few hours. And, because this loosefill fiberglass product won’t settle, it will maintain the same great energy-saving level over time, so you can expect a lifetime of reliable performance and comfortable temperatures in your home for years to come.

Contact Beldon® Insulation today to learn more about the attic insulation materials we offer and how having proper insulating materials throughout your home can help you save on energy costs.


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