Here you can see where the rooms in the house have a height difference. This vertical wall, though small in height, allows a lot of air to flow into the home.
Measurements have been taken and the insulation piece is ready to be installed.
Brad is securing the insulation to the wall using specialized washers.
Dustin is putting the washers in place
Now that the insulation has been secured to the wall, Brad can properly seal it with expanding foam to block all air flow.
Adding last touches of spray foam and this attic will be good to go!
Dustin is removing the attic scuttle in order to install SilverGlo insulation.
Dustin is preparing the attic scuttle
Brad and Dustin are preparing the attic scuttle to be insulated with SilverGlo.
After preparing the scuttle, Dustin carefully installs the SilverGlo insulation.
This attic, in Brownsburg, IN, seemed to be sufficiently insulated, however air was still leaking through. After having an inspection, it seemed that air was leaking through the walls of the multi-level attic and through the attic scuttle hole (access point). To solve the problem and prevent air flow, Indiana Home Comfort Solutions sealed and insulated the wall in between the multi-leveled floors, as well as the attic scuttle, with SilverGlo Insulation.