When you get high-quality crawl space insulation, you get the benefit of lower energy bills because of less draft & higher R-Value.
Insulation is an important component of your home. It will affect the level of comfort in your home and how much energy you pay for each month. To ensure that you have enough insulation in your living space, do not forget to meet the following criteria:
The use of fiberglass batts in homes is outdated and you should replace them. Batts that are, rather, placed between joists in the crawl space will take in moisture, lose their R-value, get compressed, and fall out of place.
One builder mistake is forgetting to put in insulation in the crawl space and it's a big one, leading to moisture-damaged homes. Plus, poor insulation can lead to mold and rot that damage wood surfaces.
When the rigid foam is fixed on the floor of the basement, it will retain its R-Value, and moisture can't damage it. No need to worry about that.
In crawl spaces and basements, rigid foam is installed against the foundation walls. This will bring the area inside the building envelope, improving both home efficiency and comfort.
Don't take the risk of having a crawl space that is not properly insulated. We can help you fix it with a quick, free estimate from our insulation experts.
We will know exactly what type of installation to put in your home so you can be sure it'll work best for you. You won't just get something that's energy-efficient - your home will also be more comfortable.
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