VIP Attic Insulation

Residential, Commercial and Industrial Attic Insulation Experts!

VIP Duct Cleaning has a large and wide experience when it comes to Attic Insulation. For years we've been serving the people of Texas keeping their house warm in the winter and cold at the summer. With our Attic Insulation specialists, you can save lots of money and receive an honest and experienced service. 

Call us now for more information at- (877) 319-0050, we will be happy to help you with any question you have! 

Few Things You Need To Know-

There's no getting around it: If your house is in a cold or hot climate, keeping it warm in winter or cold in the summer is expensive. 

 if you've got an unfinished attic, giving it proper insulation is one of the simplest ways to keep a lid on your heating/cooling bills. 

Insulation level is specified by R-Value. R-Value is a measure of insulation’s ability to resist heat traveling through it. The higher the R-Value the better the thermal performance of the insulation. The table below shows what levels of insulation are cost-effective for different climates and locations in the home.

During the Texas summer, heat moves from outdoors to the house interior. To maintain comfort, the heat lost in winter must be replaced by your heating system and the heat gained in summer must be removed by your air conditioner. Insulating ceilings, walls, and floors decrease the heating or cooling needed by providing an effective resistance to the flow of heat.

Owners of houses built before 1990 take note: If what you see is lightweight, grainy, loose-looking insulation with shiny flecks, it could be vermiculite from a mine with asbestos deposits. Get it tested, and if necessary, call in a pro to remove and haul it away safely.

What Attic Insulation is it made of?

Rolls and batts- are flexible products made from mineral fibers, such as fiberglass and rock wool. They are available in widths suited to standard spacings of wall studs and attic or floor joists.

This flexible insulation material is most often packaged in rolls that come in various thicknesses and standard widths,

Loose-fill insulation - usually made of fiberglass, rock wool, or cellulose—comes in shreds, granules, or nodules. These small particles should be blown into spaces using the special pneumatic equipment. The blown-in material conforms readily to building cavities and attics. Therefore, loose-fill insulation is well suited for places where it is difficult to install other types of insulation.

*To achieve the correct R-value it is extremely important that the proper amount and minimum thickness of insulation be installed, That's why you need to call the experts of VIP Duct cleaning of Texas! (877) 319-0050.