Generally speaking, in north Georgia and Atlanta, your attic is where you want to focus when it comes to improving the insulation in your home.
The type of attic insulation you use – and how you have it installed – will have a big effect on how successful your project is.
Before installing new attic insulation, it's usually a good idea to remove the old material. By doing so, you'll also reduce exposure to rodents, insects, harmful dust and other contaminants. We can complete the work in just 1 day as part of a typical re-insulation job.
The benefits of air sealing are immediate. Your home will enjoy healthier indoor air quality – it will be cleaner, quieter and safer, and your rooms may enjoy more consistent temps with your thermostat. You'll also save money on your energy bill.
Bird Family Insulation has installed over 2 million pounds of cellulose insulation in attics and walls throughout Atlanta. Our education has come 1 sq. foot at a time, in occupied homes just like yours. We are not a "new-construction" insulation company trying to learn the retro-fit market.
For certain homes, spray foam attic insulation (encapsulation) is the ideal solution for comfort and energy problems. Our Atlanta spray foam insulation experts can help you make a wise, informed decision about this solution, and we have the experience to safely install it in your home.
Interested in learning more about the benefits of a well-insulated attic? Call us today at (404) 666-8160! We can answer all your questions.
I've known Bob and his family for nearly two decades. I've always admired Bob's family, his integrity and being an honorable man. On August 6th, his crew came out to insulate over our garage area. They worked tirelessly until the job was done. A big job. The manners, courtesy and respect from Bob and his crew was admirable! I could not give a higher recommendation to anyone. I am proud and honored to conduct business with this man. My highest accolades to Bob and his wife, Debbie, for having such a wonderful family run business.
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