Save Money With An Insulated Attic Door
One of the most overlooked sources of energy
loss in a home lies with the entrance to the attic. An uninsulated or unsealed
attic entrance contributes to loss of energy, not only resulting in energy
waste, but also higher homeowner utility bills.
Further, according to experts and the U.S. Department of Energy, lack of
insulation with the attic entrance thermal barrier can lead to a number of
serious problems, such as mold, fire safety, and ice damming. For these reasons,
energy loss through the attic is a priority checkpoint of most every home
Fortunately, there is an innovative and cost effective solution to energy loss
through the attic: attic door
insulation or attic hatch insulation kits. An attic hatch insulation kit
seals and insulates attic entrances from pull down ladders, disappearing stairs
ladders, permanent stairways, push up walls, or side wall panels. They are
available in standard or oversized models, with high "R' values.
Attic door insulation kits are easy to install and use. They are lightweight,
with the heaviest component typically only 10 pounds. Because an attic hatch
insulation kit is so efficient, it practically pays for itself within months.
Today's attic door insulation kits provide a heavy duty air tight seal.
With the price of gas and electricity continuing to increase, homeowners should
take energy conservation and utility bill cost savings into their own hands by
installing an attic hatch insulation kit. What's more, installing attic door
insulation not only helps you save money on utility bills, but this "going
green" initiative helps you to do your part in saving the planet.