How Attic Insulation Works?
Basically, temperature changes within your home happen naturally when in the winter heat escapes the living areas of a home to cooler spaces such as attics, basements, and attached garages. During the summer, the outside heat will make its way indoors to your home’s interior. Your home’s heating and cooling system work to maintain a consistent temperature based on your thermostat settings.
Attic insulation works to combat this natural occurrence by limiting air movement and is an effective insulator. Insulation is rated by thermal resistance known as R-Value. The greater the R-Value the greater the insulating value. R-value requirements vary by region with colder climates requiring thicker insulation levels.
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