This picture shows how we blocked the open rafter with a piece of fiberglass bat insulation below the baffle. We also air sealed below the fiberglass bat insulation as well as some other sections that needed to be sealed up.
This photo features the knee wall that we spray foamed in order to insulate the wall to prevent any heating or cooling loss from the room on the opposite side of the wall.
In this attic we sprayed 3" of foam on the wall that's shared with a room in the home that's utilized by the homeowners on a regular basis. With the 3" of sprayed foam, it prevents the room in the home from losing the heating and cooling into the attic space.
After the completion of all air sealing, spray foaming and blocking opening rafters we completed the project by blowing in cellulose insulation to an R-60.
In this lovely home in Papillion, NE, the homeowners had some uncomfortable rooms and were seeing higher than normal energy bills during the winter and summer. We evaluated the home and provided them a free, no obligation estimate that suggested the following solutions to resolve their issues:
1. Seal up all protrusions, lights, wire chases, top plates, metal chimney wrap and multi-level wall.
2. Spray foam walls in attic that's shared with conditioned space.
3. Block open rafters.
4. Spray foam HVAC trunk.
5. Install blown-in insulation.
6. Frame up and insulation attic access scuttle.
With the completion of the above solutions, the homeowners are very happy as the uncomfortable rooms in the home are now more comfortable and they've noticed that energy bills are lower.
Pictures in the album will provide a look at how the solutions were completed.
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