Attic Insulation in Dallas-Fort Worth

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Why Choose Select Roofing For Your Attic Insulation Project

We Use The Best Materials

While other contractors cheap out and use lower quality materials, we use the stuff that ensures your roof lasts as long as possible.

Expert Roofers

Our roofing crews aren't just trained; they're craftsmen with years of experience under their belts. You can rest assured your roofing system will be installed correctly.

Workmanship Warranty

We provide a 10-year workmanship warranty on all of our roofs. We stand behind our work and want to ensure you get the quality roof we promised you.


Dylan and John are directly involved with every project, making sure you're taken care of. Most roofing companies do not do this.

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of insulation is best for an attic in Texas?

In Texas, where hot summers are common, the best type of insulation for an attic is typically radiant barrier insulation or a combination of radiant barrier and traditional insulation. Radiant barrier insulation reflects radiant heat from the sun, helping to keep the attic cooler. For added effectiveness, it can be combined with traditional insulation like fiberglass or spray foam to provide both reflective and thermal insulation properties. This combination helps to reduce energy costs by keeping the attic space cooler and preventing heat from penetrating into the living areas of your home, making it a suitable choice for Texas's climate.

What is the recommended R-value for an attic in Texas?

The recommended R-value for attic insulation in Texas typically falls within the range of R-30 to R-60.

Which insulation is better: blown-in or spray foam?

The choice between blown-in and spray foam insulation depends on your specific needs and budget. Spray foam insulation offers excellent thermal performance and acts as an air barrier, making it highly effective for sealing gaps and providing superior insulation. However, it tends to be more expensive than blown-in insulation. Blown-in insulation, such as cellulose or fiberglass, is cost-effective, easy to install, and works well for filling existing wall cavities and attic spaces. The choice often comes down to factors like budget, desired insulation performance, and the existing condition of your home.

Should I insulate my attic myself?

Insulating your attic yourself can be done if you have the necessary skills and knowledge, and it's a relatively simple task for small attics with straightforward configurations. However, for larger or more complex attics, it's often safer and more effective to hire a professional insulation contractor. Professionals can ensure that insulation is installed correctly, meeting local building codes and safety standards. They also have the expertise to assess your attic's specific needs, including addressing any ventilation or air sealing issues. Additionally, working in an attic can be physically demanding and potentially hazardous, so it's essential to prioritize safety if you choose to take on the project yourself.

How long does it take to insulate an attic?

The time it takes to insulate an attic depends on various factors, including the attic's size, the type of insulation being used, and the complexity of the installation. In general, a professional insulation contractor can typically insulate a standard-sized attic in a day or two, provided there are no significant obstacles or complications. Larger or more complex attics may require additional time.