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Attic Insulation Contractors in Austin, TX & Surrounding Cities

Pink blown-in insulation being installed in an unfinished attic space.Do you need attic insulation for your new home or construction project in the Austin area? Hinkle Insulation & Drywall can help. We work with homeowners, builders and contractors to provide home insulation in existing spaces and new home attics.

Call (512) 523-5395 to start your attic insulation project in Austin, Round Rock, Georgetown or surrounding areas.

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Do I Need To Insulate My Attic in Texas?

As one of the biggest sources of heat loss in homes, attics are important when it comes to insulating and improving energy efficiency. Whether your attic is unfinished or used as an extra living space, this often-overlooked space holds a lot of potential for energy savings.

Installing attic or loft insulation has many benefits, including:

  • Maximize energy efficiency and reduce energy bills
  • Make your home or building a more comfortable space
  • Contribute to a healthier environment

If you need attic insulation installed or removed in the Austin area, call (512) 523-5395 today or contact us online for a free estimate.

Where Can I Install Insulation in My Attic?

To maximize efficiency in your home, install insulation in specific recommended areas. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, insulation should be placed:

  • Between and over the floor joists in unfinished attics (so the living space below is sealed off)
  • In the attic access door
  • Between knee wall studs
  • Between the studs and rafters of exterior walls and roof
  • In ceilings with cold spaces above

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How Much Attic Insulation Do I Need in My Austin Home?

When you need attic insulation for your home, it’s helpful to know how much, what kind and where to install it. Every home is different, but you can have an idea of what your attic insulation installation might require based on this information.

When choosing attic insulation in Austin, it’s important to know the recommended R-value for your home. Most residential and commercial properties in Austin require R-30 to R-60 for uninsulated attics and R-25 to R-38 for attics that already have a few inches of insulation.

Not sure if your home has enough insulation? Our contractors can evaluate your home and recommend the best insulation for your needs. The Hinkle Insulation team installs retrofit (re-insulation) so you can make sure your home is always well insulated!

Call (512) 523-5395 for more information or contact us online to get a free estimate on insulation installation.

What Insulation Material Should I Use in My Attic?

Loose-fill (blown-in fiberglass or cellulose) and batt insulation are the usual choices for attic insulation. Although not as common, spray foam can also be used. If the ducts in your home are in an unconditioned space, such as the attic, be sure to seal and insulate them to maximize energy efficiency.

Our home insulation team can install different insulation materials to help ensure your attic is as energy-efficient as possible, including:

  • Fiberglass: This has been used to insulate structures for decades and is available as loose-fill or batts. Fiberglass is made of tiny glass fibers and is often installed in attics but can also insulate walls and crawl spaces.
  • Cellulose: Cellulose is environmentally friendly — it consists of up to 85% recycled material and takes less energy to make than other insulation materials.
  • Spray foam: Typically made of polyurethane, this is applied wet and expands into thick foam. Spray foam insulation can be installed in crevices and hard-to-reach areas and can help reduce air infiltration.
  • Rigid board: Rigid board, or rigid foam, insulation can be made of polystyrene, polyisocyanurate or polyurethane. It’s typically installed in new buildings.
  • Vinyl: Vinyl insulation is installed in various metal and other commercial buildings.

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Get a Free Estimate for Your New Home Construction Insulation Project in the Austin Area

If you’re a builder who needs an insulation company in the Austin, Texas area for a new home insulation project, you’ve come to the right place. Hinkle Insulation has the expertise and experience you need to help ensure a successful project from start to finish. We can install attic, loft and roof insulation.

If you need attic insulation installed or removed in the Austin area, call (512) 523-5395 today.

Contact Your Local Attic Insulation Contractor in Austin, TX

Our home insulation team adds energy efficiency, comfort and value to homes in your area. We offer the knowledge, experience and resources few companies can match.

No matter what material you need for your attic insulation project in the Austin, Round Rock or Georgetown area, you can rely on Hinkle Insulation for on-time, affordable installation.

Residential Insulation

We offer a wide assortment of insulation products to suit your specific needs.

Commercial Insulation

We insulate metal buildings, warehouses and other commercial properties.

Drywall Installation

We offer drywall installation and replacement services in the Austin, TX area.

Window Blinds

We install 2” faux wood blinds for windows and French doors.

Gutter Installation

No matter your gutter needs, the Hinkle Insulation & Drywall team has you covered.

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