Attic Insulation and Rodent Proofing in Westlake Village
Attic Insulation and Rodent Proofing in Westlake Village. Perhaps your building wasn’t properly insulated when it was initially constructed, or water or pest damage has ruined your existing insulation. Either way, Accurate Insulation can install fiberglass batts or blankets in unfinished attics or add blown-in fiberglass to finished walls for the re-insulation you need to keep your building warm and comfortable. We complete insulation retrofits for homes and businesses in Westlake Village.
Fiberglass Insulation Installers in Westlake Village
The team at Accurate Insulation has years of experience installing fiberglass insulation. Let us help with your project, whether you’re a contractor working on a new building project or a homeowner hoping to improve the comfort and efficiency of your home. We’ll make sure you enjoy all the benefits fiberglass insulation has to offer by performing an expert installation.
Install Eco-Friendly Insulation in Westlake Village
If the benefits of eco-friendly insulation appeal to you, choose Accurate Insulation to perform the installation at your home or business in Brentwood. We’ll help you achieve the insulation levels you need to keep your home comfortable and efficient.
Are you trying to keep your energy bills down? Spring is slowly approaching, but it’s never too early to think about ways to save energy as it warms up—and you’re probably looking for ways to save money without compromising your comfort. Perhaps you’re wondering how much money re-insulating can save you.
Should I Insulate Under My Floor In Westlake Village?
It’s a good question, one we often hear. Floors above cold spaces—like vented crawl spaces and unheated garages—should be insulated, but don’t forget about under the flooring. This will help ensure maximum energy efficiency for your home.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, it’s ideal to insulate:
- Slab floors built directly on the ground
- Foundation walls of unvented crawl spaces (as an alternative to floor insulation)
It’s a good idea to install an air barrier—caulk, foam sealant, etc.—to help prevent cold air in the garage from “short-circuiting” the insulation under the subfloor as well.
Contact Neo Attic Solutions to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. We can look into your attic and crawl spaces to identify what if anything would make a difference for your comfort and peace of mind.