Install, Clean, Replace, and More
The attic is out of sight yet important when it comes to energy efficiency, indoor air quality and roof integrity.
We find that five types of projects keep attics in good condition, and save you a lot of money by avoiding much more expensive repairs down the line:
1. Insulation Repair/ Replacement
Maintaining sufficient and properly installed attic insulation will ensure that your home is not subject to spikes in energy bills during periods of hot and cold weather.
2. General Roof/ Ceiling Upkeep
Maintaining the roof of your home is a double-sided issue, meaning that your roof and your attic's ceiling are one and the same and should be treated as such. If your attic has cracks and holes, mold, mildew, and rot will quickly follow any leak.
3. Clean Attic and Roof Vents
This allows air to flow through the attic.
4. Rotted Wood
Check around windows and doors for wood rot. If you spot any, then consider Missions Roofing for carpentry services.
5. Electrical Issues
Your attic is also home to some of your home's most important electrical equipment. Maintaining these exposed electrical works is vitally important. Water and electrics do not ix, nor do exposed electrics and wood
Your Attic Is Key to Your Home’s Energy Efficiency
Attics play a critical role in the energy efficiency of homes—at Missions Roofing, we can ensure a job well done. By checking the level and quality of your attic’s insulation, we can keep your air conditioning and heating unit from having to work overtime. Better yet, we can help you avoid any spikes in your energy bills during the hot and cold seasons. Once our professionals arrive to your home, they can inspect your insulation, make recommendations, or install new insulation entirely to keep you up to code.
Consider the following reasons from the U.S. Department of Energy to properly insulate your home:
Insulation can help you save money on your energy bills.
Insulation can make your home more comfortable with a more uniform temperature.
Insulation can make your walls, ceilings, and floors warmer in winter and cooler in summer.