The attic is one of the primary sources of air leakage in just about every house, allowing hot air to infiltrate into the house during the summertime, and letting warm, conditioned air to escape from the house during the wintertime. While most consumers think that insulation is all that is needed to solve their attic issues, the truth of the matter is insulation does not stop air movement, it only slows it down. EDGE Energy’s attic weatherization techniques include a blower door guided air-sealing combined with insulation. Can you tell from the picture which house has not had their attic weatherized by EDGE? Hint: The one with no snow on the roof demonstrates how much heat is escaping from the attic.
Our trained weatherization specialists will do a thorough inspection of your attic and air-seal any places that air might leak through, including top plates, knee walls, pipe and wire penetrations, chase ways, etc. Next, we will install blown cellulose insulation up to recommended levels (R-49 or about 15 inches of cellulose), and insulate your attic hatch as well. If any duct-work exists in your attic space, we will also seal and insulate it if necessary, as well as installing attic ventilation. This is one weatherization technique that you can feel the results from right away!
Contact us to get your attic properly air-sealed and insulated and start saving money today!
EDGE Energy is a highly-regarded Residential, Commercial, and Government renewable energy systems installer and “green” building contractor which is licensed, insured, and bonded in all counties of VA, DC, and MD. We design and install custom solutions for energy efficiency and renewable energy systems with pride and with proven track records. Our special focus is completing projects which decrease utility bills and energy consumption by 25% to well over 100% – even creating homes that are “net-positive.” An Energy Audit is the first step to your energy efficient home!
Visit our project maps page to learn about homeowners in your neighborhood that have worked with EDGE in the past. Remember, EDGE Energy works with HOA’s, civic groups, trade organizations, office pools, or just simply any GROUP of organized homeowners interested in completing blocks of energy audits AND retrofit services like weatherization, duct-sealing, or air-sealing, and attic insulation. Many special pricing offers have been extended in the past due to the hard work of various “Neighborhood Champions” – those who have dedicated extra time to organizing group meetings, gathering email distribution lists, and assisting with scheduling.
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