There are many types of insulation: fiberglass, cellulose, and, of course, batted. Batted insulation is made up of fiberglass or a rock wool and is most often used for crawl spaces, attics, ceilings, and walls. But with so many types of insulation to choose from, why should you choose batted insulation? Read on to learn… Read more »
It’s no secret that insulation is an important factor in keeping your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. No one needs to be told twice to insulate the first and second floors of their homes, but the same cannot be said for the attic. If you have an attic that’s uninsulated,… Read more »
Proper home insulation can save homeowners plenty of money throughout the years. But how, exactly, does it do this? Essentially, insulation is a barrier that prevents the indoor air from escaping and the outdoor air from seeping in. But how, exactly, does it do this? Read on to learn more: How Does Heat Travel? How… Read more »
In the winter, you want to keep your home as warm as possible; in the summer, you want to keep it as cool as possible. While our heating and HVAC systems work to make this happen, they can only do so much. Inside air will escape and outdoor air will leak into your home…unless, of… Read more »
Fiberglass insulation has been on the market for many decades. Throughout those years, it has remained a preeminent choice among homeowners and business owners. And for good reason! Budget-friendly and energy efficient, fiberglass insulation has many benefits. Read on to learn more: Budget-friendly Many people fear that insulation is a costly investment. However, fiberglass insulation… Read more »
Fiberglass insulation can, in theory, last up to 75 years. However, its quality starts to degrade after 15-20 years. Cellulose insulation similarly starts to degrade after 15 years, with a lifespan of 20-30 years. But with such long-range lifespans, how do you know when the exact time is to replace your insulation? Thankfully, there are… Read more »
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