11/15/2012 (press release: nvisionsolutions) // Aurora, Ontario, Canada // Michelle Chouinard
The advice from the best in the business comes as a boon for customers making them aware of the most suitable and energy efficient insulation options and helping them to make the right choice.
Attic insulation is a very vital and integral part of attic maintenance and one wrong step can wreak havoc on the very foundation of one’s home exposing it to treacherous weather conditions and other harmful destruction agents like termite attacks, exigencies like a fire break-out etc. So it is very crucial to take into consideration every plausible factor like the climate, size and design of the home before making the final choice.
According to Michelle Chouinard, Owner at Attics Plus, “We have earned the confidence of thousands of customers whom we have got the opportunity of serving and who have sought our guidance and expertise at every step to protect their homes. It is our privilege to share our industry expertise and technical know-how with our existing and potential customers to make them informed and aware and helping them to make the best choice for their attics.”
Checklist for choosing your attic insulation in Toronto
• It is advisable to insulate either the attic floor or right under the roof and also recommended to go for crawl space or basement insulation as well
• There are generally four types of insulation-rolls and batts, loose-fill, rigid foam, and foam-in-place.
a) Rolls and batts or blanket type insulation made from mineral fibers, such as fiberglass and rock wool are malleable products and is the best choice if you have decided to do the job yourself without seeking the help of a professional
b) Loose-fill insulation is generally made of fiberglass, rock wool, or cellulose which are blown in, making them suitable for fissures of unusual size and attics with wires and pipes strewn over
a) Rigid foam insulation is ideal for exterior wall covering, sheathing for basement walls and is relatively more expensive than rolls and batts or loose-fill insulation.
b) Foam-in-place insulation can be blown into walls, attic surfaces or underneath floors to lessen air leakage. There are two types of foam-in-place insulation-closed-cell and open-cell, both made with polyurethane. Closed-cell foam has greater R-value and provides better resistance against moisture and air leakage.
• Measure the thickness of your insulation, if it is less than R-30, increase the same to enhance longevity and endurance power.
So come in with your queries and our experts will provide you with customized solutions for your attic insulation. For more information, log onto www.atticsplus.ca, call on (905) 479-8300 or 1-855-270-2447 or write to us at [email protected]
A division of Chouinard Bros, Canada’s pioneering roofing company, Attics Plus offers a gamut of value-for-money services like attic ventilation, attic insulation, flat roof insulation, roof vent installation ridge ventilation, ,moisture damage repair and soffit installation and repairs.
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