Insulating your interior walls doesn’t have to cost a fortune. We’ll tell you about six kinds of insulation that are all considered reasonably priced.
When considering your insulation options, foam board is bound to come up. Besides the price of insulation, you’re also choosing the best type of insulation for your home based on its R-value. What is the R-value of foam board insulation?
Discovering that your home is uninsulated or insufficiently insulated creates a conundrum. Do you continue living as you have or should you put forth the money needed to get your home properly insulated? How much does insulation even save you in both money and energy?
According to home-buying and selling resource HomeLight, approximately 27 million homes in the United States have crawl spaces. If your home is among them, then you might wonder whether it’s worth insulating the crawl space. Is this something you should do?
To insulate your garage or not insulate your garage? That is the question- whether ‘tis nobler to suffer from chills and noise from an uninsulated garage. Or whether to take insulation to the nooks and crannies and, by insulating, end them?
After several months in a row of especially high energy bills, you’ve done a bit of research and narrowed down your choices between Rockwool and cellulose insulation. But which is the better pick?
Insulation, when installed properly, is a fantastic luxury that keeps us warm in the winter and cool in the summer. However, if that insulation gets wet, it could be a different story. Is wet insulation a risk and if so, what can be done about it?
Insulation is important for energy efficiency. But can it make your home more vulnerable to fire? We look at the fire safety of common insulation materials.