Planning on Upgrading Your Home's Insulation?
Upgrading Your Home's Insulation
If the rising cost of energy has got you thinking about upgrading your home's insulation, you're not alone. Installing additional insulation to your home's attic, basement, walls and ceilings can shave 20% or more off your energy bills. Air sealing your home with expanding foam insulation and caulk will save even more money.
Choosing the right type of insulation for your home and installing it correctly guarantees that your home's insulation upgrade is worth the time and money you put into it.
Getting the most from your home insulation upgrade is what this website is all about.
My goal is simple...to help you save as much money as you possibly can by insulating and weatherizing your home.
Understanding How Your Home's Insulation Works
Making the most of your home's insulation upgrade is a lot easier when you know how your home uses and loses energy.
You should also be familiar with how home insulation works and how much insulation you need. Understanding these simple concepts will help you identify areas of your home that demand your time and attention.
Then, you'll be able to figure out where your losing money and decide what should do next.
Then watch my videos to find out how to properly install the insulation and see if its something you're willing to do.
Even if you're not willing to crawl through your home's attic, at least you'll know how to fix the problem so you can have an intelligent conversation with a insulation contractor.
Deciding What Type of Insulation is Right for Your Home
If you've ever walked through the insulation aisle at your local hardware store, you've seen the amazing array of insulation products available for our home's today. Each type of home insulation has it's strengths and weaknesses, but how do you know what kind to buy? Hopefully, the following article will help you find the right type of insulation for your home.
How To Install Insulation into Your Home
When it comes to installing insulation in your home, I've learned that it is a lot easier to show you than tell you. There's just so many parts of a home and different types of insulation. So I've been busy creating a series of How To Videos that walk you through the various installation procedures.
Each video demonstrates a skill, procedure or technique you'll need to know. By the time your finished watching, you will have learned everything you need to know get the job done right.
I hope this helps you make the most of your time and money. I'm always looking for feedback on the videos and for new ideas. Please let me know what you think or ask a question.