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Attic Insulation, Crawl Space Insulation, and More!

At Fox Insulation, we proudly offer a range of services. Not sure if it's time to refresh your old insulation or what option is best for you? Whether it's attics, crawl spaces, walls, ceilings, or roofing, we’re here to help.


Understanding the importance of proper insulation in these areas is key to creating a comfortable and energy-efficient home. Let's explore the different insulation service choices and discover what to look for when it's time for new insulation.

Attic Insulation Services

Attics play a crucial role in maintaining a consistent temperature throughout your home. Insulating your attic helps prevent heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer. Special considerations for attic insulation include:

Moisture Control

Proper ventilation and moisture barriers are essential to prevent moisture buildup in the attic, which can lead to mold and other issues.

Access Points

Ensure that insulation does not obstruct access to the attic, such as storage areas or HVAC equipment.

Recommended Insulation Levels

For Navajo County and Apache County in Arizona, the U.S. Department of Energy recommends a minimum attic insulation level of R-38 to R-60, which corresponds to around 13-20 inches of fiberglass insulation or mineral wool batt insulation. 

Have a job in Gila County or Coconino County? No problem, our experts are regularly improving insulation for homeowners in these areas as well!

Ceiling Insulation

Ceiling insulation is essential for maintaining comfortable temperatures within your home and reducing energy waste. Key considerations for ceiling insulation include:

Heat Transfer

Proper insulation helps reduce heat transfer between different levels of your home, ensuring consistent temperatures.

Fire Safety

We utilize insulation materials with fire-resistant properties for enhanced safety.

Recommended Insulation Levels

The U.S. Department of Energy recommends a minimum ceiling insulation level of R-30 to R-60, which corresponds to approximately 10-20 inches of insulation.

Crawl Space Insulation

Crawl spaces are often susceptible to moisture, which can affect the overall indoor air quality and structural integrity of your home. Insulating crawl spaces helps control moisture, improve energy efficiency, and enhance indoor comfort. Two services are often recommended to improve crawl space insulation on traditional homes, manufactured homes, trailers, and RV’s: Skirting or stem wall insulation and subfloor insulation. Skirting insulation can greatly improve crawl space thermal efficiency for manufactured homes, trailers, and RV’s. Consider the following:

Moisture Management

Proper vapor barriers and insulation materials with moisture-resistant properties are crucial to prevent moisture issues.

Pest Prevention

Insulation with pest-resistant properties can help deter unwanted visitors in crawl spaces.

Recommended Insulation Levels

The U.S. Department of Energy recommends a minimum crawl space insulation level of R-13 to R-25, which corresponds to approximately 4-8 inches of insulation.

Roofing Insulation

Roofing insulation plays a vital role in reducing heat transfer and improving energy efficiency. It also helps regulate indoor temperatures and protect your home from extreme weather conditions. Here's what to consider:

Radiant Barrier

Radiant barriers or reflective insulation minimizes heat absorption during the long days of intense Arizona sun.

Climate Adaptation

We choose insulation materials suitable for the climate in Northern Arizona, that provide optimal thermal performance.

Recommended Insulation Levels

The U.S. Department of Energy recommends a minimum ceiling insulation level of R-30 to R-60, which corresponds to approximately 10-20 inches of insulation.

Wall Insulation

Wall insulation is crucial for maintaining a comfortable indoor environment and reducing energy waste. Properly insulated walls provide thermal resistance, improve soundproofing, and enhance energy efficiency. Consider the following factors:

Insulation Materials

There are various insulation materials available for wall insulation, including fiberglass batts, mineral wool, and spray foam insulation. Each material has its own benefits; we choose the one that best fits your needs and budget.


 The R-value measures the insulation's thermal resistance. For optimal energy efficiency in Navajo County, Apache County, and Gila County, Arizona, consider wall insulation with an R-value between R-13 and R-21, which corresponds to approximately 3.5-5.5 inches of fiberglass batt insulation.

Vapor Barriers

Depending on the climate and moisture levels in your area, it may be necessary to install vapor barriers to prevent condensation and moisture buildup within the walls.


If noise reduction is a priority, consider insulation materials with good sound-absorbing properties to minimize sound transmission between rooms.


When retrofitting existing walls with insulation, we recommend professional expertise to ensure proper installation and minimize disruption to your home.

Know When It's Time For New Insulation

High Energy Bills

A sudden increase in your energy bill can indicate that your insulation is no longer performing effectively.

Fluctuating Temperatures

If you notice inconsistent temperatures throughout your home or difficulty maintaining a comfortable indoor environment, it may be time to assess your insulation. Experiencing air flow from the attic space through the ceiling may indicate loose fill insulation has shifted over time and should be addressed.

Age and Wear

Looking for something a little different? Mineral wool insulation, crafted from natural or recycled materials, offers excellent thermal and sound insulation.

For personalized recommendations and professional installation services, reach out to our insulation experts. We'll assess your specific needs, climate considerations, and desired energy efficiency goals to provide the ideal home insulation solution for our Arizona residents.

Start enjoying a comfortable and energy-efficient home today. Contact us to discuss your insulation needs and schedule a consultation.

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