Attic Insulation

Attic Insulation not only keeps indoor temperatures comfortable and consistent – it also creates a barrier to sound, preventing noise from travelling between rooms. Proper insulation in the attic, basement and walls can make a huge difference, and Celluloseman is the company to call. We have the expertise and extensive experience in installing a variety of insulation types, including blown-in insulation (loose-fill cellulose or natural fibres) and spray-foam insulation.

Why Attic Insulation?

Home is the safest space for humans. Every person looks for comfort in this precious space. But it could also be different and might make you feel uncomfortable or uneasy. Especially the temperature at home can make things good or worse. As the time of the year changes, the temperature outside changes too. Harsh weather can make your home excessively warm or cool. This is where attic insulation plays a role in turning your home into a more comfortable and healthy space. 

What is Insulation?

Insulation, by definition, is a resistant barrier which prevents the flow of energy from the interior of your structure to the exterior. In simple words, insulation keeps your home warm when it is cool outside and cool when it is warm outside. Insulation slows down conductive and convective heat flow. There is direct flow of heat from warm spaces of your home to the other spaces like attics and basements during winter. It transcends directly through the interiors of your home like walls, ceilings and floors with different temperatures. Usually, heat flows from the outdoors to the interior of your home. To maintain and balance the level, it is important to regain the heat with your heating system. While in summer, the heat has to be removed by the cooling system in your home. Insulation decreases the heat flow with its resistance and fills up the void in your home.

 How Attic Insulation Benefits You?

“You can easily reduce up to 40% of heating and cooling costs using attic insulation.”

The attic is one of the biggest areas of your home. Warm and cold air can easily escape from the attic. This can cost you double the price and unnecessary energy. Attic insulation is a necessary component as it does the following- 

  • Provides an ideal temperature for your home. 
  • Keeps the warm and cold air within a controlled environment in your home.
  • Prevents the formation of moisture created due to the warm air escaping the ceiling.
  • Provides effective resistance to the flow of heat.
  • Balances the temperature of your home.
  • Prevents the formation of ice dams on your attic and keeps the temperature and airflow even.
  • An insulated attic also restricts unwanted noise. 
  • Saves you from the exorbitant prices.
  • Keeps your energy bills low.


Adding up insulation to your attic becomes necessary during the warmest and coldest season or irrespective of both. It is best to consider attic insulation for all times because it can save you from a burden of a heavy budget spent behind other devices and equipment. Right from better air quality to soundproofing to saving your bills, attic insulation works as an overall solution. 

Make your home healthy and cosier by consulting credible attic insulation services for more information and the right choices that will help you save your bills. 

Attic Insulation Types  

Now that you are aware of insulation and the benefits of attic insulation, let us look into the types of attic insulation available which can enable you to step up to the plate. The main factor to consider is to reach that level of thermal resistance that will keep the warm air in during winter and out during summer. The thermal resistance or R-value plays a vital role in determining the efficiency of the home insulation product. Attic insulation varies from batts and rolls, concrete block, foam board, loose-fill, and blown-in to ICFs and SIPs. Applicable to not only unfinished walls, ceilings, attics, and floors but also unvented roofs. Each type of insulation has its own advantages like blocking thermal short circuits, preventing downward heat flow, balancing high temperatures among others. Further are some of the types of insulation ideal for your home attic.

Fiberglass Insulation

You can install fiberglass batts in just about any area of your home. Easy to pick up and roll out. The popularity of this type is because of its cost-effectiveness and easy installation process. Although it is often poorly installed which creates gaps and reduces its efficiency. We recommend you let a professional handle the application part. Celluloseman provides you with a professional team for your service.

Cellulose insulation

The oldest form of insulation, this type is made of recycled and ground-up paper with anti-insect and fire resistance properties. Cellulose can be either a loose-fill or blown-in and both are ideal for new home insulation. Widely used for attic floors, controls the air movement, controls frost in attics, and leaves the structure or finish undisturbed. 


cellulose attic insulation

Loose-fill Fiberglass

The fibers in this type are blown into tight corners of your home which can fill spaces. It can be installed in any roof shape and provides insulation of up to 22%. One drawback is that it can get itchy and could be worse on your skin. Professional help for installing this insulation is highly recommended. 

Spray Foam

Spray Foam is one of the commonly used forms of insulation in walls and comes in two types viz. Closed-cell and open-cell. Proper installation of spray foam insulation can benefit your attic by filling up all the nooks and improving air quality. Spray foam insulation needs professionals working on it. It is not easy for anyone to do DIY. The best comes at a cost and so does spray foam insulation. Get the best prices and professional services from Celluloseman. 

Pro-Tips Before Attic Insulation Installation

  • Your attic requires to be inspected before insulation. An expert evaluation can help you know about the condition of your attic which can include wetness or moisture.
  • Check for gaps or cracks in the walls or roof of the attic. There are chances of air leakage and blocking these air passages is necessary. Without this process, the insulation may remain ineffective.
  • Expanding foam can be used for the filling of gaps and cracks.
  • Choose the best type of insulation material for your attic with a high R-value. Take expert advice or go to a thermal insulation service provider when it comes to the R-value. 

Celluloseman – Your One-Stop Solution 

Attic insulation installation can be done by DIYers too. But certain areas in your home require the inspection of professional installers. When it comes to insulation installation or insulation removal, remember consulting a professional team. We at Celluloseman – a professional Insulation Contractor provide attic insulation installation to attic insulation removal services with some best deals and other necessities to make it easier for homeowners. 

For all your attic insulation needs in Toronto contact Celluloseman Inc. at 1 (866) 393-0433

Replacing your Old Insulation

Celluloseman, Inc. can replace your damaged insulation with cellulose, spray foam, and blown fibre. Our insulation will give you a number of advantages:

  • Protect your house from mold, insects, and moisture
  • Provide a complete coverage, including open attics, enclosed walls, floor, and cathedral-roof framing cavities
  • House retrofit or upgrade of current insulation without destroying the original wall finishes or existing structures

Contact Celluloseman today to get your insulation installation job done right. We cater services in Toronto and in across Canada

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