Studio City Home And Attic Insulation
Studio City’s location in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles makes good home-and-attic insulation a necessity in local residences. The region experiences cool winters and extremely hot summers. Over the course of the year, temperatures can range from less than 50 to more than 100 degrees. With energy prices expected to increase over the next few years, residents need home-and-attic insulation in their properties to contain their utility bills.
Home-and-attic insulation can prevent heat loss and gain. In warm weather, insulation reduces the extent that interior temperature will rise, relieving the cooling system of some of the burden and saving money. When the temperatures drop to uncomfortable levels and the furnace needs to heat a Studio City property, residents do not want waste the energy expended to create the warm air by allowing it to escape through poorly insulated and poorly sealed attics, walls and windows. Home-and-attic insulation ensures that the warm air stays indoors, easily saving hundreds of dollars over the course of the year.
Installing Home-and-Attic Insulation in Studio City Properties
There are many ways home-and-attic insulation can be installed in Studio City properties. While insulation sprayed in wall cavities and on attic floors during the construction process creates a strong air seal by filling all areas, even those with irregular shapes, most foam products are oil based.
However, blown-in fiberglass or cellulose are both products from sustainable sources – fiberglass from recycled glass and sand, and cellulose from recycled newsprint. These products also have the advantage of being used in retro-fit projects. With proper professional air-seal techniques, verified by blower-door testing and thermal imaging, either fiberglass or cellulose can produce a viable thermal envelope that performs with excellence and contributes to the conservation of natural resources.
Progressive Insulation & Windows carries home-and-attic insulation for residential customers and commercial builders in the Los Angeles area. Customers can also purchase energy-efficient windows and doors to improve their properties.