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1. Attic Insulation
Insulating your home’s attic can help keep heat out of your home and reduce energy bills. This is especially true if you live in a cold climate where heating costs are high. In addition, insulating your attic can help prevent moisture from getting into your home. Moisture can cause mold and mildew growth, which can lead to health problems.
2. Energy Savings
If you have an older home, insulating your attic may save you money on your utility bill. You’ll need to check with your local utility company to find out how much you could save.
3. Increased Home Value
An insulated attic can add value to your home. If you’re planning to sell your home, having an insulated attic can increase its marketability.
This light-as-air insulation is manufactured from glass that is heated to a liquid and then spun into thin fibers. It's usually use in attics and wall spaces.
Cellulose insulation is a type of wood or paper-based product. It is mechanically blown into or onto empty spaces in the structural part of a house to slow down the transmission of heat or cold.
Spray foam insulation is a safe and effective method of insulating your home when it is installed properly. It's filled gaps in your home’s structure more effectively than other insulation methods.
Batt insulation is made of fiberglass or mineral wool, can be used in nearly any type of insulation application. Batt insulation can be used to insulate floors, walls, ceilings and attics.
R-value is a measure of how well a two-dimensional barrier, such as a layer of insulation, a window, a complete wall or ceiling, resists the conductive. the higher the R-value, the greater the insulating effectiveness.
The R-value measures how well building insulation can prevent the flow of heat into and out of the home. Higher R-value means greater insulation performance, and thus more savings on your next heating and cooling bill. The R-value depends on the type of insulation, it’s thickness, and it’s density.
The amount of insulation or R-value you’ll need depends on your climate, type of heating and cooling system, and the part of the house you plan to insulate.