The field of insulation is a deep and varied one, and someone who tries to go in blind may purchase the wrong product or install an inefficient product that does not protect their home as well as another one would. It is important to arm yourself with knowledge before looking to protect your home with insulation or your living space might not be as well-regulated as you would like.
What Kind of Insulation Should I Use?
This depends on many factors, such as what part of the home you’re looking to insulate, what your budget is, and if you’re already insulated. Homeowners on a budget may want to opt for fiberglass batts, those with more cash to spare may want to opt for the air-tight spray foam insulation, or you may want to opt for a fusion of both.
Different types of insulation may also be more appropriate for different spaces. Your walls may be more conducive to fiberglass batts, while your attic may need a spray-in solution. It is best to contact an insulation professional to get the most bang for your buck.
Will I Have to Leave My Home for a While until the Process is over?
No, you will not have to leave your home for a long time when we insulate it. Our process of insulation isn’t a madhouse that will bathe your home in toxic insulation fumes for days on end. Our wall insulation process is via injection and done externally, ensuring a minimally invasive insulation experience.
If you have more questions about insulation or wish to see if we can help you with our products, call us today for a free, no-obligations estimate.
My House is insulated, but my Utility Costs Are Still High. What Gives?
Simply put, you may have shoddy insulation. If your utility costs are still high despite having insulation, you may want to call a professional for an inspection to determine if your insulation has problems. Old, damaged, or poorly-placed insulation does little good for the equilibrium of your house.
You may need to remove unreliable insulation and replace it with a stronger alternative as soon as possible, for the moment you do this is the moment you start saving on energy costs and utility bills.