What is the insulation levels in the attic & floor? donald.j.shaw@lmco.com

Asked by donald.j.shaw, Portland, OR Tue Nov 12, 2013

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lewisremingt…, Home Owner, Rochester, NY
Mon Apr 13, 2015
It looks like you would need to directly contact the sellers about the insulation levels, since no notes are made concerning that here. Insulation in the attic can be really important depending on where you live and how much you need to heat your house during the winter. A lot of heat can escape through the roof, so you really want that to be prevented.
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Emily Merrell, Home Buyer, Florin Fruitridge Industrial Park, Sacramento, CA
Sat Mar 14, 2015
That is a really great question, and you would have to direct it to the previous owner or a realtor. If the insulation is compromised in the attic, you're going to have to replace it for sure. It will save you so much money on energy bills in the long run. http://www.allweathershieldpa.com/services.html
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