Fix the Attic First!

B&B Insulation Specializes in Attics

Attic-insulation-BB-Insulation

We've insulated thousands of attics, and customers see and feel the difference immediately.  Insulation saves money on utility bills, it's quieter, and it's more comfortable.  We have certified installers, the materials that work best for your home, and expertise to get the job done right, and, for the right price!

Save Up To $600 annually

If you are upgrading from R11 to R48 - the average savings is $400 to $600 each year. This is an average of course and your needs may differ, but if you have missing or thin insulation, you can save serious money.  In fact, in many cases the insulation will pay for itself in 1 to 3 years.


  • For uninsulated attics you need R38 to R60 added
  • For attics with existing 3−4 inches of insulation you need R38 added
  • For uninsulated basements or crawlspaces you need R25 to R30 added

Insulation upgrades are easy with B&B

Call us and we'll send our professional estimator out right away.  They will determine your current insulative value and if you have enough it stops there.  But, if you need more we'll work with you on a free quote, and it's all with no-pressure and no commitment.  Contact us today to get started.

How does your attic measure up?

In this vine style video learn how to measure your attic insulation; having the right amount of attic insulation in your home will save money, save energy, make your home more comfortable, and reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change.  Courtesy U.S. EPA - All Rights Reserved

 
 

B&B Helps Renovate Springfield Area Home 

This 1950 built home in central Springfield only had a few inches of insulation, and in many place none at all.  In less than one hour it was up to R48 saving the homeowner money.  B&B Insulation will help you make a real difference in your home or business.  See the "after" picture below.

  BEFORE:   This photos is typical of Ozarks area homes, especially if built before the 1970s. Thin, and even missing attic insulation, sucks the money right out of your wallet.

BEFORE:  This photos is typical of Ozarks area homes, especially if built before the 1970s. Thin, and even missing attic insulation, sucks the money right out of your wallet.

  AFTER:   This photo shows a Springfield area attic brought to R48, which exceeds the recommended R value, saving the customer money and increasing comfort in hot and cold weather.

AFTER:  This photo shows a Springfield area attic brought to R48, which exceeds the recommended R value, saving the customer money and increasing comfort in hot and cold weather.