Fiberglass Batting, Blown Cellulose

Attic Insulation

Is your old attic insulation making your utility bills go through the roof? You can do something about it and it won’t break the bank!


Regardless if your old insulation is fiberglass batting, blown cellulose or any other type, New insulation will save you big money on heating and cooling costs.

Some things are best left to the professionals. Hiring attic insulation contractors to install a fresh new blanket of loose-fill material under your roof is one of them. When properly installed, you can expect the following benefits:

Lower Utility Bills – Keep heated or cooled air conditioning inside your home much easier.
A Quieter Home – Proper attic insulation is a great at absorbing sound!
Cleaner Air – Because it resists moisture, mold and pests, your air is healthier.
Longer Lasting Roof – Along with adequate ventilation, the life of your roof can be extended.
There is so much more to properly installing this energy efficient material than most people don’t understand. This includes know how to properly insulate the attic without clogging soffits or exhaust vents.

As an Certified Preferred Insulation Contractor, we have been trained, tested and certified to properly install the best attic insulation you can buy. It comes with a limited lifetime warranty, is mold and moisture resistant and can lower electric bills by more than 15%.


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Spray Foam Insulation

Insulation is an important part of new home construction. It helps ensure the home is as energy-efficient and comfortable possible for future homeowners. Re-insulating older homes is also effective in helping reduce energy bills and saving money. If your bills have been higher than normal, you may need more insulation in the attic and walls.

Do you need to insulate a new home or commercial building? If you’re in south east Indiana, Double E Roofing is the company you need. We work with homeowners, builders and contractors to install spray foam for new construction and retrofit projects.

Spray foam insulation is applied wet and quickly expands into thick foam that fits snugly in wall cavities, crevices and gaps—therefore, it can be installed in hard-to-reach areas and around piping and wiring.

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