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Articles in Insulation
Total number of blog post(s): 11
Wintertime can make even the most avid home improvement enthusiast feel like hibernating, but giving your home that great upgrade you’ve been planning can go a long way toward alleviating the dreariness of the colder months. Read on for a few winter project ideas you ...
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If it’s been a while since you’ve thought about your insulation, there’s a good chance it’s time for an upgrade. A home energy assessment can tell you exactly what state your insulation is in and what you can do to decrease your energy consumption. While installing new...
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There is a growing emphasis on “green” materials and practices in today’s building industry, and for good reason. There are over seven billion people on our planet, and we all have to share a limited amount of resources. If you’re contemplating building a new home or starting...
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Watching the sun rise over a blanket of freshly fallen snow with a warm cup of hot chocolate in hand can seem like the perfect start to a weekend morning. But if you’re drinking that cup of hot chocolate in order to keep warm because a menacing winter storm has knocked out your...
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If you read our previous blog, Why Winterizing Your Home Is Important, then you already know that prepping your home for the winter will save you money, guard you from unnecessary repairs...
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The most up-to-date doors and windows are great at keeping out the winter cold, and homeowners often notice a difference in their heating bills after an upgrade.
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Whether you’re planning new construction or a retrofit, knowing the best insulation practices can mean serious energy savings.
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There are numerous reasons to insulate your home: for your comfort, to block out sound, to lower utility bills, to conserve resources, or to get a tax credit. “Insulation is one of the very few areas of home improvement that pays you back,” asserts Jeff Woodman of Atlanta, Georgia’s Woodman Insulation. If you do not work in the construction business...
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When making the decision to add insulation to your home, you may get tripped up by the term “R-value.” The R-value indicates the resistance to heat flow, and the higher the R-value, the higher the resistance. This equals less heat loss and a more even temperature inside your home, which is beneficial...
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Whether you’re insulating your home for sound, comfort, or the tax break, it is helpful to know what to expect after you pick up your phone and dial the number for your local Atlanta insulation company...
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