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Attic Tents

Attic TentsAttic Tents take attic insulation one step further. Use Attic Tents for insulation for attic access, attic hatch, attic stair and attic ladder areas.

Some energy experts estimate that the gap around a typical pull-down stairway can amount to forty square inches! A pull-down attic stairway probably represents the largest hole in your attic floor — a hole through which a tremendous amount of air can flow. This presents the opportunity for hot air from your attic to escape into the rooms below, and that escaping air represents your energy dollars burning up. Get an attic tent quote..

Contact us about Attic TentsEven in the best of circumstances, the entirety of the attic stair system is un-insulated. It’s a worst-case scenario in terms of air sealing and energy efficiency. The undersides of many pull-down attic stair units is made of 1⁄4” plywood that warps away from its sealing surfaces shortly after installation. Additionally, the springs that hold the stairway in place lose their resilience over time, allowing the unit to sag down from the opening and further open gaps between the plywood and the jamb. Ask for attic tent costs.

How it works:

The Attic Tent is a specially engineered, patented insulator designed to create an air transfer barrier between your attic and living areas. Sealing a pull-down attic stairway could be tough to do. The stairway, after all, still has to function as an entrance and exit. The most comprehensive solution is to insulate the door as well as add air-sealing capabilities with the Attic Tent. It is a practical and economical solution to a problem that has existed since homes were first built with overhead attic entries. Our Attic Tents are designed to significantly reduce air loss, drastically lower your energy bill, and also provide safe and easy zipper accessibility into your attic.

The Attic Tent has been proven to reduce air transfer between your attic and living area by at least 71%.

How it helps:

  • Creates an air-tight barrier, reducing energy loss year-round
  • 3.2 R-value
  • Stops transfer of humidity, dust and blown insulation particles
  • Contains no fiber glass materials
  • Zippers allow easy access
  • Exceeds National Building Code Requirements
  • Pays for itself in 1-3 years

What the experts say:

Similar impact as a typical double-pane window.
Advanced Energy Corporation (AEC)
By installing an Attic Tent, conservative figures show an average savings of approximately $18.00 per month, based on season, region & type/cost of energy source; actual savings may be much greater.
Tucker Engineering