Nowadays wisely spending the energy is something essential which everyone needs to do since too consumptive means more money to spend. So, as one of the efforts in decreasing the use of energy, insulating the attic is one answer for that problem. Insulating your attic can be a problem solver in decreasing the use of energy since by doing that we will be able to prevent cold air to get inside the house as well as preventing warm air to escape outside. So, just in case you have the same opinion about this and have a plan to get your attic insulated but still a little bit confused about how to get it done, let’s see how to insulate an attic.
a. Get the protective clothing put on as well as get the lighting hung in the attic. You may get a pace to start the project.
b. Get one of the batting rolls unrolled. Get the batting’s end picked and then get it moved to the cavity between the joists. Get your work started at the cavity’s top then get the batt pressed into the space but make sure that you get 2 inches left between the wall and insulation. Get the ball at the bottom cut for leaving about 1.2 inch overhang.
c. Next, get each cavity filled in the same way. Get the insulation batting stapled to get the beams crossed when you come to them. Get the batt fit over the cross beam’s inside and then get it stapled in place. Continue in the same way.
d. Get small strips of the bating packed into the frames which are located around the doors and windows. Get them tucked into the space using the putty knife. Then get a hole cut with about 3 inches. Then you can get the insulation batts laid over the entire space.