- Lowers heating and cooling bills
- Makes your entire home more comfortable
- Helps prevent ice dams on your roof
- Multiple attic insulation options available (including spray foam and GreenFiber cellulose)
- Insulate and air seal your attic for full year-round protection
Replacing your Central New York home insulation is one of the best ways to upgrade your house, and your attic insulation is a great place to start. Energy Savers is a leading Central New York attic insulation company near you serving Syracuse and the surrounding areas—schedule an energy audit today to learn more!
How Your Attic Insulation Affects the Rest of Your Home
As local insulation experts, the team at Energy Savers knows a lot about how heat and energy move in a house. There’s a reason why a home’s attic is one of the most important places in a house to insulate: Heat rises!
Warm air from your furnace, boiler, or heat pump is less dense than cooler air, and so it rises to the top levels of your home. If you don’t have a well-insulated and air sealed attic, that heat and warm air will escape outside, sending money down the drain and making your home less comfortable. That warm air can also heat the shingles on your roof, melting snow and creating hazardous ice dams!
With attic insulation from Energy Savers, you can help keep your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, saving you money and making your home a more enjoyable place to live.
What’s the Best Insulation Material to Use in an Attic?
Energy Savers offers both spray foam insulation and GreenFiber cellulose insulation for use as attic insulation in your New York home.
Spray foam insulation is usually applied to your attic ceiling (the underside of your roof), acting as both insulation and air sealing in one. GreenFiber cellulose insulation is blown in to cover your attic floor joists. Both insulation materials have their own unique benefits, and our team can work with you to choose the best insulation for your attic.
Schedule a Syracuse Energy Audit for Your Home Today!
Tell-tale signs that your home could use attic insulation installation include high monthly energy bills, indoor drafts, uneven room-to-room temperatures, or visible damage to your existing insulation from water or pests. But the best way to determine which home improvements could most benefit you is by scheduling a free energy audit from Energy Savers.
A home energy audit analyzes how your home is using energy, and at the end, you’ll receive a report listing our recommended next steps for upgrades, which could include attic insulation, replacement windows and doors, HVAC replacement, and more.
We’ll also help you determine if you qualify for free or low-cost attic insulation through grant programs including the EmPower program and Assisted Home Performance with ENERGY STAR!