Insulation levels are specified by R-Value. R-Value is a measure of insulation’s ability to resist heat traveling through it. The higher the R-Value the better the thermal performance of the insulation. The table below shows what levels of insulation are cost-effective for different climates and locations in the home.

The Tri-state Area is in Area 4, where the recommended attic insulation level is R38-R60


Free Attic Insulation Estimate

Zone Add Insulation to Attic Floor
Uninsulated Attic Existing 3–4 Inches of Insulation
1 R30 to R49 R25 to R30 R13
2 R30 to R60 R25 to R38 R13 to R19
3 R30 to R60 R25 to R38 R19 to R25
4 R38 to R60 R38 R25 to R30
5 to 8 R49 to R60 R38 to R49 R25 to R30

Installation: Clean machine, mess free installation.

Ventilation: Our installation practices insure that your attic will maintain the correct ventilation necessary to give you the longevity of your roofs life and maintain home efficiency

Insulation: We use Grade-A blown insulation to National Energy Star recommended levels. With our system you will avoid “through the roof” energy costs and you will also stop seeing the hazardous Ice dams during the heavy winter months. We also heavily suggest converting your heat source/fuel to pellet stove insert, the savings and efficiency are truly worth checking out. See below.


How Much Insulation is that?

Free Attic Insulation Estimate

R-Value in inches

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Free Attic Insulation Estimate