Frequently Asked Questions
There are many reasons it is beneficial to reduce the heat and moisture in your attic. The most significant reason is to reduce your utility bills.
When your air conditioner is running, the air passes through a space where the temperature can easily reach 140 degrees. By reducing attic temperatures by up to 40 degrees, the ducts run through a much cooler space, thereby reducing cooling loss.
Even in a well-insulated home, the rooms below are more easily cooled and retain their cold air longer by reducing the temperature of the space above it. Additionally, lowering the temperature and moisture in the attic will extend the life of the air handler, insulation and roof components.