Does your home have a vaulted ceiling with exposed rafters? Do you need to insulate an exposed rafter ceiling with no attic access in a commercial space? Whatever the situation, look to the team at Gold Star Insulation.
Contact us today or keep reading to learn more about our vaulted and cathedral ceiling insulation services in the Sacramento, California area!
Some commercial buildings—like farmhouses—and homes have a vaulted ceiling with exposed rafters (but no attic space). These ceilings, like any other ceiling or walls, require insulation. The Gold Star Insulation team has experience with these types of jobs and has worked with homeowners, as well as builders and contractors all throughout the Sacramento area.
We often install spray foam for these types of projects, as it eliminates the need for ventilation and can effectively fill the full cavity and serve as sheetrock insulation. But we offer other materials as well, such as:
Our team can assess the space and install insulation in the vaulted ceiling bays and cover it with drywall. We do both retrofit (re-insulation) and new construction jobs. If you’re a homeowner, we’ll make sure your space is as energy-efficient as possible. For builders and contractors, rest assured we install materials that meet code.
Whether you need to install foam and fiberglass in your home’s ceilings or are a builder who needs spray foam for exposed attic rafters in a commercial space, the Gold Star Insulation team can help.
Contact us for a free estimate—call 916-229-8445 or fill out the form in the sidebar!
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