Duct work is protected from the intense heat inside an attic sealed with foam insulation.
Duct work is protected from the intense summer inside and attic with foam insulation.
Attic Temperatures Exceed 150 Degrees In The Summer
In a traditionally insulated home the AC blows cold air into warm duct work in a hot attic. This is extremely inefficient and a major source of high bills and discomfort.
Attics with cathedralized foam block the heat from entering the attic which keeps the ducts cool. When the AC starts, it blows cool air immediately.
Foam Insulation Must Be Installed Correctly In An Attic Or It Will Be A Fire Hazard, It Will Not Cool The Attic Significantly, & Will Have No Manufacture’s Warranty
A code compliant installation requires the following: 1) Remove ALL the existing insulation in the attic 3) Build partition walls 2) Apply spark resistant coating to the foam or using an Appendix X Compliant foam.
Properly Installed Foam Insulation Is Fire Code Compliant, Keeps The Attic Cool, & Has A Manufacture’s Lifetime Warranty
Properly installed foam insulation will keep an attic cool, which keeps the duct work cool, and helps the AC blow cool air immediately. The home stays more comfortable and the AC runs less.