Attic Insulation

If your home always seems to be cold in the winter and hot in the summer, regardless of how much you pay for utilities, your problem may be your attic insulation. City Plumbing can inspect, install, or replace your attic insulation to ensure your heating and cooling system doesn’t work harder than it has to, wasting energy and money. We use safe, fiberglass insulation that is noncombustible, nontoxic, and non corrosive.

New attic insulation could save you time, money, energy, and aggravation!

What Our Customers Say

“The gentlemen who came were amazing! They were very professional and personable. They had the problem taken care of within minutes and were great!”
Ashlie S.

What We Do

We know how much time and money you spend to keep your home comfortable. Having adequate attic insulation is an often overlooked aspect in keeping your home the way you want it to be. City Plumbing’s certified service professionals install insulation that never rots or decays into your attic to keep you warm during the winter and cooler in the summer. Attic insulation installation is a one time cost that has long-term effects on your energy and money savings. When City Plumbing handles your attic insulation, you will have a more comfortable home in no time. Just give us a call and we’ll come running.

Frequently Asked Questions


How do I know if I need attic insulation?

If your attic insulation was installed over 15 years ago or you notice an increase in the amount of time and energy it takes to heat or cool your home, it’s time to consider new attic insulation. Older attic insulation often included asbestos, so you’ll want to have it replaced as soon as possible.

How much money will attic insulation save me?

Proper attic insulation can reduce your monthly heating and air conditioning costs by up to 10%. It’s a wise investment that more than pays for itself over time.

What should I do if my attic insulation gets wet?

Sometimes, roof damage from hail or other events can lead to leaks that cause your attic insulation to get wet. If only a small portion of your insulation is wet, we recommend removing as much of it as possible to dry in a separate location. If most of the insulation is soaked, you likely need to have it replaced. Wet or water-damaged insulation is less effective and can lead to mold buildup or wood decay. If your insulation is wet, call City Plumbing today!