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Home Insulation

Get yourself covered on home insulation and stay comfortable

No matter which part of the country you live in, you will experience extreme hot or cold temperatures at some point during the year.

The degree of existing insulation in your house, condo or town home, determines how much this hot and cold air penetrates your cozy little box.

Home insulation and weatherproofing is a big part of not only your comfort but for your overall utility costs as well.

Aside from heat transfer mitigation, you can also reap the benefits of soundproofing the space. Insulation is a thick medium that can absorb vibrational energy and prevent sound-waves from entering and exiting a space.

Adding insulation to your home is definitely an investment that is worthwhile. Most home insulation types can be done on your own, without the need of a professional.

Insulating your attic, windows, doors and pipes is fairly easy with not much up-front cost. You'd be surprised at what's on the market for every type of need.

What it boils down to is learning where you truly require insulation in your home. Then, you simply install the proper materials to seal those gaps and shore up all the weak spots.

Finding these places can be as simple as feeling around and as advanced as paying a service a few hundred bucks to do an energy audit of your entire house.

The best home insulation for you is the one you don't currently have! From blown in and spray foam insulation to weather stripping and fiberglass insulation, you need to learn which is best and then apply it. You'll reap the benefits immediately.

Home Insulation Guides

  • Duct Insulation
    Another way to improve the efficient of your climate system is to insulate your home's duct work. Find out what type of insulation is best and follow these instructions to install.
  • How to Find House Air Leaks
    Before you start any comprehensive home insulation project, it's best to find out where you need it the most.
    Air leaks are the biggest culprit for losing heat in the winter and cold in the summer. Here are the best ways to find these air gaps so you can seal 'em up.
  • How to Insulate an Attic
    Since your home loses a majority of it's conditioned air out of it's roof, it's a no-brainer to insulate it. There are a few types of insulation to use here, and together, they can work wonders to keep you comfortable and your electric bill from going out of the roof...literally.