Attic Insulation Grand Forks ND

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Michael Raymond
Mikes Exteriors, LLC
1103 5th Ave N
Grand Forks, ND
Lowe'S Home Improvement Warehouse Of Grand Forks
(701) 765-9000
4001 32nd Ave S
Grand Forks, ND
Applegren Construction Inc
(701) 746-6978
1015 North 51st Suite B
Grand Forks, ND
Johnson Reno Jr Construction
(701) 746-9195
9330 Mahlum Ct
Grand Forks, ND
Handy Helpers
Grand Forks, ND
Handy Person Services
Licenses / Certifications
Contractor / EPA RRP Certified Firm
Membership Organizations
The Association of Certified Handyman Professionals (ACHP)

Vreeland Remodeling
(701) 775-2523
2003 Gateway Dr
Grand Forks, ND
Tony Anderson Construction
(701) 775-0822
2097 N 42nd St.
Grand Forks, ND
Klave Construction Inc
(701) 746-1989
3811 Fairview Dr
Grand Forks, ND
Mgrs Construction Llc
(701) 740-3093
1507 S 19th St
Grand Forks, ND
A & L Siding & Home Improvement Center
(701) 775-0980
1505 11th Ave N
Grand Forks, ND

Attic needs more insulation? Can I do this?

Adding more insulation doesn't have a nice ring

to it.  The job has never been very desirable.  It's getting easier and it doesn't have to be itchy.  Schedule this job on a cool day and follow these simple steps.

First off prepare the attic for insulation.  You don't want to cover up anything you have stored in there and you don't want old useless insulation left behind.  Pull the bad stuff out and dispose of it.

Easiest way I know to get this job done is to visit your home improvement store and rent their insulation blower.  Often times, if you buy 20 bags you rent the machine for free.  It's worth it.  Believe it or not this insulation made up of shredded paper and grocery bags.  I love using recycled material.  NOTE:  REUSE, RENEW, RECYCLE.  IT SHOULDN'T BE A CHOICE.  WE NEED TO KEEP AS MUCH AS WE CAN OUT OF OUR LANDFILLS. 

The machine consists of a hopper and a hose.  One person pours the insulation in the hopper, and another person waits for the insulation to be blown out of the hose.  The hoses often strech around 50' so you will be able to get around with it. Determine how much insulation you need and where and simply let the blower throw it in for you. 

It's not a bad job and not only are you using recycled materials but you are increasing the engery effiecency of your home.  Saves you money and helps out ...

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