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We have the expertise to advise you on the best insulation for your home and will provide a professional installation to make sure you get the most out of your investment.

Insulation in your attic is one of the most important aspects to consider when it comes to preserving energy and staying warm. That’s because warm air typically rises upwards, so any amount of heat that escapes through your roof will leave you feeling cold and uncomfortable without anything to do about it.

Hot air that is created by the baseboard heaters and radiators can quickly make its way to your ceiling if there isn't enough insulation. If you're able to see wood joists or ice dams or melting snow on the roof during winter, insulation should be installed sooner rather than later.

Where to Insulate in your Home

There are many areas in your home that can be insulated, but these 5 are considered to be the most important:

  • Attic: In general, warm air rises, so 50% of your house's emitted heat can get lost from the attic.
  • Basement: Depending on the season, an uninsulated basement can lose up to 30% of your home’s heat. That’s a significant amount!
  • Walls: Drafty rooms and major heat loss are just two of the consequences of failing to insulate your walls.
  • Floors: The best way to keep your floors warm is with insulation. It will prevent them from getting cold in winter and it'll help retain some of the heat inside your home.
  • Ducts: In order to get more comfort and efficiency from your heating and cooling system, make sure that the ducts are insulated.

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Home Insulation Tips

Insulating your home is the #1 way you can save energy. Insulation reduces the exchange of air through your walls, attic, roof, and air ducts. Less warm air escapes from the house during winter, meaning less cold air gets inside.

Homeowners are always looking for new ways to save money on their monthly energy bills. Insulation has proven to be the perfect solution. Not only is it more cost-efficient, but it also means less energy is needed for heating and cooling which isn't bad at all!

Here are some tips before you get started on home insulation:

  • Locate problem areas. If you want to know which areas of your home need insulation, first do an energy audit and find out where you're losing the most heat. This is the best way to go about it. To find places where air might be getting in your home, try running your dampened hand near the walls, doors, windows and outlets of your home. If you feel air blowing across your hand as you do so, it means there is a problem at that spot.
  • Add weatherstripping. Windows and doors account for a large amount of heat loss in most homes. Insulating is often difficult and expensive, but we've made the process as easy as possible. To fix quick on smaller areas, seal cracks around windows and doors with weather stripping. You can purchase it at your local hardware store, cut it to size, and install it in a few minutes. Weather stripping does a great job of stopping small air leaks.
  • Get the right R-Value. For better insulation, make sure to get the correct R-Value. Which you need depends on the part of the country you live in & which part of your house is your focus.
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