Can I Install Attic Insulation Myself?
There are many potential mistakes that can happen while trying to install attic insulation yourself. For example, many homeowners don’t know that you can actually have too much or too little insulation installed in your attic. Having too much insulation can even result in air that isn’t circulating properly. This would lead to poor energy efficiency which was the problem you were trying to solve from the very beginning. Furthermore, many DIY insulation installers will end up pairing multiple types of insulation or simply installing the wrong kind for your needs. This can result in ineffective insulation that would have been properly installed by an insulation expert.
In addition, even though many DIY websites will try to convince you that installing your insulation will save you money, in the long run it often never does because something will go wrong along the way resulting in you either needing to spend more money fixing the mistake or bringing in a professional to correct the issue that came up during the installation.
Select a Dr. Energy Saver Dealer for Your Attic Insulation
Instead of attempting to install attic insulation yourself, turn to a reliable insulation contractor that utilizes Dr. Energy Saver products. Having an audit performed by Dr. Energy Saver can help you prevent big issues before damaging your home. Dr. Energy Saver utilizes a unique spray foam insulation and when professional dealers install it, you can rest assured that it will be completed correctly. This unique process requires experienced contractors who understand the different expansion rates and other qualities of the product. Oftentimes, spray foam can be wasted and get messy which is why it’s important for fully-trained specialists to get the job done well the first time.
For homeowners in Wisconsin looking for high-quality Dr. Energy Saver insulation, look no further than the professionals at Keeney Home Services. We proudly install spray-foam insulation that will instantly enhance the energy efficiency of your residence.