Attic Insulation in Maryland
Attic Insulation Specialists
Rooftop Designs’ team of residential insulation contractors are committed to helping you increase the energy efficiency of your home with our full line of attic insulation products and services. When it comes to insulating attics, there are three types of heat flow to consider: Conductive, convective, and radiation. These types of flow can cause an attic with poor insulation to become hot in the summer or lose heat in the winter, making it more difficult and expensive to regulate the temperature of your home. Traditional attic insulation does a sufficient job combating two of the most common types of heat flow, conductive and convective heat, but traditional insulation is ineffective against radiant heat, a third type of heat transfer that comes from the sun. This is where the eShield™ radiant barrier attic insulation comes in. This state-of-the-art attic insulation reflects 97% of all radiant heat transfer, a leading cause of home energy waste.
In addition to our radiant barrier insulation, we also offer our own blown-in insulation and air sealing service, which together comprise “The Perfect Attic System.” The benefit of this advanced insulation system is that it is designed to insulate your home against all three types of heat transfer. Where our blown-in insulation and air-sealing service limit conductive and convective heat flow, our reflective foil insulation is effective against radiant heat. As a result, our insulation professionals are able to offer you a level of comprehensive insulation protection that can’t be beat.
Furthermore, unlike other blown-in insulation products on the market, our insulation is the only one that is guaranteed to maintain its R-value level for as long as you own your home. As such, you can rest assured that you’re investing in a quality, effective home insulation product. Additionally, our air-sealing service, which further insulates your home by sealing holes and leaks in the house, can significantly cut down on air leakage in the attic and can have an immediate impact on your monthly energy bills.