Category Archives: Insulation

A Professional Approach to Fiberglass Insulation

With the rising cost of utility bills, energy efficiency in the home has become an important issue for many homeowners. Today, keeping the house warm in winter and cool in summer is only a minimum requirement. Today, its also about saving money on energy consumption, and keeping utility bills as low as possible. Here, a well insulated home can provide the homeowner with comfort and cost savings right around the calendar year. Continue reading

Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation. More Product Benefits Than Other Insulation Products.

For the typical homeowner, insulation is about energy efficiency and energy savings. And while insulating the attic or roof tends to be the most common, insulating basement walls, attached garages, or interior walls can also deliver excellent outcomes. For all these applications, there are a number of products that have gained popularity, each of them for a different reason. But for the homeowner who has done a little research, Spray Polyurethane Foam has emerged as a viable option, with a great many short term/long term benefits. Continue reading

Many Homeowners Underestimate Basement Insulation.

It used to be that basements were just “leftover” spaces. Of course, there was room allocated for the water heater and the furnace equipment, and there was plenty of space for extra storage. Today, basement space is considered too valuable to remain “leftover” and a finished basement can add substantial living space to any home. In fact, a fully finished basement could often double the living space in a home. But the space has to be comfortable from season to season – and here, the bigger question is how best to make it so. Continue reading

Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation. Insulation That Delivers Savings For The Long-term.

Depending on the age of a home, the size, the layout, and the actual construction, industry research shows that up to 50% of indoor air is leaking out of the home. It means that in winter, warm indoor air is leaking out, and in summer, cool indoor air is leaking. A home that is well insulated (and well ventilated) does not experience this kind of air leakage. For the professionals, indoor air that is heated or cooled is considered “conditioned” air – and for that air to leak out is simply a waste of money. On the other hand, a properly insulated home actually delivers energy savings and money savings annually. Continue reading