Category Archives: Insulation Tips
Why Some Insulations Are Dangerous
In the past decade, the Department of Energy and other key government agencies have fueled the insulation industry to the homeowners’ advantage. If you had your insulation installed before the 2000’s, chances are you are missing out. Worse, you may be putting you and your family at risk with outdated … Readmore
New Types of Insulation for 2015
Over the past years, there have been revolutionary improvements in the world of home insulation. Far from the pink fiberglass insulation of the past, today’s insulation involves new materials, techniques, and a focus on the environment. Of course, the main objective is to install safe insulation that makes your home … Readmore
Winter Preparedness for Your Home
Winters in northeastern Ohio can be brutal. There is no telling when a tremendously harsh winter will arrive to terrorize Clevelanders. If you want to get your home ready for winter, you need to prepare it well. There are a number of important steps you should take to get your … Readmore
Too Much Insulation?
If you’re talking about new construction, it may be possible to over-insulate, but if you do, it’s more likely to harm your wallet than your house. If you’re talking about an older, existing home, it’s highly unlikely you’d ever get to that point. Older structures, different times Homes built more … Readmore
Cut Heating Bills with New Attic Insulation
Winter heating bills are a major “pain point” for today’s consumers, especially those that rely on electric or oil-based heating solutions. Prices for those two services can fluctuate wildly, and they can put a real strain on household budgets during a season when things like Thanksgiving and the gift-giving of … Readmore
How Does Insulation Save Money and Energy?
There are many good reasons to get insulation for your home and savings on your energy usage and costs may be right at the top. Not all homes will give you the same results for energy savings since factors like the type of climate you live in and seasonal changes … Readmore