Insulation

Get Your Home Ready for Spring: Make Your Home Energy Efficient

By |2017-04-16T13:14:56+00:00April 16th, 2017|Attic Insulation, Energy Efficiency, Insulation|

"Spring has sprung"...as they say. For many, this means great weather and finally being able to be outdoors more. For others, spring is the time of year for cleaning and home improvements, especially because the heat of summer is right around the corner. The more you get done when temperatures are mild, the less you'll have

Home Insulation FAQ’s

By |2017-04-04T03:59:48+00:00April 4th, 2017|Insulation|

Q: What type of insulation do I need? A: The type of insulation you need actually depends on where it needs to be installed, what R-values are required, and your budget. The U.S. Department of Energy recommends different R-values for different zones. Q: What is loose-fill fiberglass? A: Loose-fill fiberglass insulation is usually blown into

Ice Dam Repairs

By |2017-03-12T22:56:23+00:00March 12th, 2017|Ice Dam, Insulation|

ICE DAMS: Call Connecticut Retrofit An Ice Dam is a hump of ice that forms at the edge of a roof under certain wintertime conditions. An ice dam can damage both your roof and the inside of your home. It will put gutters and downspouts at risk too. Ice Dams are a common sight in

The Difference Between Fiberglass And Spray Foam Insulation

By |2017-02-28T03:52:31+00:00February 28th, 2017|Air Quality, Attic Insulation, Insulation, Spray Foam Insulation|

When choosing insulation for your home there are a couple of different choices for your home. There are certain advantages to choosing the right insulation for your house. The two most popular options are fiberglass and spray foam insulation. When making a choice in insulating your home consider the following options. Fiberglass is still

What Is R Value?

By |2017-02-21T18:10:28+00:00February 21st, 2017|Insulation|

R-value is a measure of thermal resistance, or the ability to prevent the transfer of heat. The larger the number, the harder that insulation is working at preventing heat conduction. The less heat loss, the lower your energy bills. Heat moves in three ways: conduction, convection or radiation. R-value addresses conduction: the transfer of heat

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