SuperAttic™ Attic Insulation Near Old Bridge, Trenton, Hightstown
Our attic system creates an air barrier for optimum home comfort
Watch this video to see how the SuperAttic system can prevent conductive heat lose and air escaping from the home.
Making a house as airtight and well-insulated as possible is essential to cutting heating and cooling costs. This sealing and insulating priority is more important in the attic than anywhere else in the house. The SuperAttic system from Coastal Insulation overcomes the limitations of other attic energy upgrades, offering superior energy performance throughout the year as well as a neater, cleaner appearance and more usable attic space.
The top of the house is a high priority when improving a home’s energy performance. This specialized attic insulation system eliminates the shortcomings of conventional attic sealing and insulating strategies, resulting in a clean, open and accessible attic space that’s super energy efficient.
Contact us today for a free estimate to have this unique attic insulation installation in East Windsor, Princeton, Montgomery, East Brunswick, New Brunswick, North Brunswick, Monroe Township, Lawrence Township, Princeton, Marlboro, and nearby.
Before and After
What is the SuperAttic system and how does it work?
Before & After. The SuperAttic system protects your house against energy losses by putting a continuous & airtight layer of foam insulation beneath the attic rafters and inside the attic’s gable walls.
The SuperAttic system utilizes proprietary SilverGlo™ rigid foam insulation panels to fully seal and insulate the attic directly beneath the roof rafters and inside the gable ends. The SuperAttic system creates a continuous barrier without thermal bridging to compromise energy performance. SuperAttic maintains roof ventilation without allowing exterior air to enter the attic space. As an added benefit, SilverGlo™ insulation panels include an integral radiant barrier that further reduces heating and cooling costs.
Installing a SuperAttic system in a typical house usually takes just a day or two. Unlike conventional attic insulation and sealing upgrades, the SuperAttic system allows attic flooring and storage areas to remain in place, eliminating the need to tear out flooring material and relocate stored items.
- Continuous layer of insulation without thermal bridging to compromise energy performance
- SilverGlo™ rigid foam insulation will not shrink or reduce the R-value like other types of rigid insulation
- Superior air-sealing performance eliminates energy-wasting leaks at the top of the house
- SilverGlo™ has an integral radiant barrier to reflect summer heat out and winter heat back in
- Roof ventilation is maintained, but outside air is kept outside of the attic space
- Excellent protection against ice damming
The SuperAttic system can help many homeowners save energy and cut heating and cooling expenses. But it’s more suitable for some attics than for others. To find out if a SuperAttic system makes sense for your house, see how many of the following statements are true.
- I’d like to upgrade attic insulation levels so that I can save energy and money, and also make my house more comfortable.
- I have ductwork and other HVAC equipment (like air handlers) in my attic.
- My attic is framed with rafters and a ridge board, not with roof trusses.
- Parts of my attic are floored.
- I’d like to use some of my attic space for storage.
- I’m concerned about ice dams forming along the eaves of my roof in wintertime.
If more than two of the statements above apply to you and your house, a SuperAttic system could be a smart investment.
Building scientists, the experts who study how buildings use and lose energy, have for years known that the Stack Effect causes houses to lose more energy through the attic than anywhere else. Inside the house, warm air rises naturally by convection, leaking into the attic through numerous gaps, cracks and passageways. Air leaking out of the house causes an equal volume of outside air to be drawn into the house through leaks in lower areas. With conditioned air leaking out of the house and unconditioned air leaking in, you’re wasting energy and money 24 hours a day.
Easy Installation. A typical SuperAttic installation can be completed in one or two days, and is a permanent, no-maintenance “green” improvement.
Sealing leaks in the attic floor can short-circuit the Stack Effect, but it’s usually impossible to do this effectively. There are simply too many leaks and too many obstacles like existing home insulation, ductwork and attic flooring, so air leakage and energy losses continue. Blowing additional fiberglass or cellulose insulation into the attic will reduce energy losses, but the effectiveness on this added insulation is compromised by gaps around recessed light fixtures, HVAC components and attic flooring.
The SuperAttic system overcomes common attic insulation and air-sealing problems by offering homeowners a high-performance alternative to blowing fiberglass or cellulose insulation into attic spaces. The SuperAttic system has already drawn praise from customers who are enjoying vastly-improved energy performance along with attic storage and the system’s neat, clean appearance.
Start saving energy and money with a SuperAttic upgrade
If you’re interested in improving your attic insulation to make your home more comfortable and lower your utility bills, Coastal Insulation can help. We offer a complete home energy audit to diagnose the areas contributing the most to your home’s high utility costs. Call us at 1-609-534-4845 or contact us online to schedule a free estimate for SuperAttic home insulation in Old Bridge, Trenton, Hightstown, Monroe Township, East Brunswick, New Brunswick, Marlboro, Lawrence Township, Princeton, North Brunswick, and throughout the surrounding areas.
our service area
We serve the following areas
- Belle Mead,
- Cream Ridge,
- East Brunswick,
- Franklin Park,
- Highland Park,
- Kendall Park,
- Lawrence Township,
- Manchester Township,
- Millstone Township,
- Monmouth Junction,
- Monroe Township,
- New Brunswick,
- New Egypt,
- North Brunswick,
- Old Bridge,
- Princeton Junction,
- Rocky Hill,
- Toms River,