Attics do not typically receive much foot traffic and can be easily forgotten about. However, when it comes to insulating your home, pole barn, or commercial building, ceiling and attic insulation is of utmost importance. At KC Spray Foam & Coatings, LLC, our expert insulation technicians understand how essential proper ceiling and attic insulation is in keeping your space safe, efficient, and comfortable. We are proud to provide our customers with quality ceiling and attic spray foam insulation services.
One of the most cost-effective ways to improve your building’s energy efficiency is to add sufficient ceiling, roof, and attic insulation. A poorly insulated or uninsulated ceiling, roof, or attic will cause you to lose a good majority of the heat from your home or building during the winter and will allow unwanted hot air to enter during the summer.
In addition, adding ceiling and attic insulation will prevent warm, moist air from escaping from the house, office, or pole barn and into the attic which can cause condensation on the roof underside, potentially leading to mold development and structural damage. Adding attic and roof insulation can also assist in preventing ice damming during the winter.
Spray foam insulation not only works well in walls, but it also performs exceptionally for both attic insulation and ceiling/roof insulation.
There have been a lot of opinions regarding the use of spray foam insulation for attic and roof insulation. You may hear negative things are said about this tactic, like it may rot out the roof deck, make the shingles curl, or that the attic needs to breathe. All of these factors can be easily explained using building science and are simply not true. Our spray foam insulation experts at KC Spray Foam & Coatings. LLC, who have been thoroughly trained in building science, can explain these core concepts and address any concerns when we visit your site.
In addition to improving your building’s energy efficiency and lowering your utility bills, ceiling, attic, and roof spray foam insulation also come with numerous other benefits including the following:
An uninsulated attic or roof can potentially lead to mold growth, ice damming, and even extensive roof and structural damage. Adding ceiling, attic, and roof insulation can help prevent gradual damage to your home or building and increase the structural integrity by mitigating the effects of heat and moisture intrusion.
A poorly insulated or uninsulated roof and attic can allow dust, pollen, dirt, mildew, and other outdoor pollutants to spread throughout your home or office, compromising your indoor air quality. By properly insulating your ceiling, attic, and roof, you can enjoy improved air quality and a cleaner indoor environment.
Without proper ceiling, roof, and attic insulation, your HVAC system will have to work even harder to maintain a comfortable temperature in your home or office. Adding spray foam insulation to these areas prevents heat loss in the winter and mitigates heat gain in the summer, resulting in less wear and tear on your HVAC unit.
At KC Spray Foam & Coatings, LLC, our spray foam insulation experts are proud to offer quality ceiling, roof, and attic insulation services to our customers throughout Olathe and the greater Kansas City area. To learn more about our spray foam insulation services for ceilings, roofs, and attics, contact us today!
Both closed cell spray foam and open cell spray foam can be used for ceiling, attic, and roof insulation. At KC Spray Foam & Coatings, LLC, we have great success with both open cell spray foam and closed cell spray foam application and our insulation experts can help you choose which spray foam application type is the best for your project.
Great question! Where we install spray foam insulation typically depends on a few factors. One of the main factors in choosing where to install spray foam insulation is to consider the HVAC and ductwork in the attic. If you have a furnace unit or ductwork in the attic, adding roof insulation may be a better option.
At KC Spray Foam & Coatings, LLC, our open cell and closed cell spray foam insulation can be added to both residential homes and commercial buildings. For help deciding which spray foam application is best for your home or building, contact us today!
While the initial cost of spray foam insulation is typically higher than traditional fiberglass insulation, investing in spray foam insulation now will save you money down the road. Spray foam insulation lasts longer than fiberglass insulation and provides greater energy efficiency, saving you money on repairs and lowering your utility bills in the process.