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Attic Insulation

Start Saving on Your Energy Bills Today - Insulate with Fusion Roofing

Most homes in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky and eastern Indiana area are under-insulated in the attic. In fact, the majority of homes need to double their insulation to meet the standard R-38 level recommended by the U.S. Department of Energy. Fusion Roofing & Restoration provides services to increase the R-rating in your attic and to properly ventilate it, as well. We prefer to team up with Owens Corning to provide superior blown in fiberglass insulation products. You can save big money this winter by ensuring proper insulation in your home with prefered products offered by Fusions installation experts. Call us today for a quote, and see just how toasty and comfortable your home can be this holiday season!


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Fiberglass Expanding Blown Insulation

Insulating your attic is a great way to reduce the energy costs in your home from lost heat in the winter and warm air intrusion in the summer. In fact, around 40 percent of the heat loss in the home escapes from the attic. Fusion Roofing & Restoration only insulates with blown in fiberglass insulation, due to its outstanding benefits that are listed below:

1) Energy Efficiency

Adding insulation to reach an R-value of R-38 to R-60 has the ability to save the average homeowner about 20 percent on their heating and cooling bills per month. This means that the cost of adding insulation to your attic will pay for itself in just a few short years!

2) Noise Reduction

Limiting airborne and impact sound transmission requires a material that encloses the source of the noise and forms a barrier that absorbs vibrations between the source and the adjacent areas. Attic insulation does this quite well.

3) Moisture Prevention 

Moisture is prevented in the attic with a combination of proper ventilation and insulation levels. Adequate ventilation forces warm moist air in the attic to the outdoors. At the same time, proper insulation depths slows the release of moisture from inside the home into the attic.

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