mass-save-partner-whiteMost homes built before 1995 are grossly under insulated. Adding cellulose insulation to your existing attic insulation gives you the most bang for your buck. This is because more than anywhere else in your home, heated air or cooled air is lost through the attic.

Use our Cost Estimator below to estimate the cost of attic insulation. Simply choose the R-value you wish to achieve and multiply the correlating price by the square footage of your attic space. Remember, if you live in Massachusetts (Mass Save)or Rhode Island (EnergyWise), HUGE rebates may be available from your utility company. One of our Energy Specialists will make certain that you get all the rebates you deserve.

Energy Geeks Cost Estimator

Amount of insulation added R –Value Installed cost per sq. ft.
4 inches R-14 $1.20
6 inches R-22 $1.32
7 inches R-26 $1.38
9 inches R-33 $1.50
11 inches R-40 $1.62
14 inches R-49 $1.80
16 inches R-60 $2.06

R-Value is a measure of resistance to heat flow through a given thickness of material. The thicker the material the greater the R-Value

When you are ready to start saving money on energy, while being more comfortable in your home contact us at or give us a call at 401-766-1540.

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