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For 29 years, Power Home Remodeling has been the most trusted name in exterior remodeling: trusted because we care about our products being energy efficient and cost effective; trusted because we value integrity, honesty, and true craftsmanship; and trusted because we believe in total customer satisfaction.

Power Home Remodeling specializes in exterior remodeling services, offering roof and siding replacement, window and door replacement, and attic insulation.
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About Philadelphia Insulation Companies

Regulating a home’s temperature can be a challenge. Many homes don’t have enough insulation or don’t have the right type of insulation, and some older homes don’t have insulation at all. There are many different types of insulation to choose from, so to better secure the heat in your home, consider hiring a contractor to evaluate your insulation needs.

Depending on the building materials and the location, different types of insulation can be used for different rooms throughout the home. Four of the most common insulation materials are loose fill, injection foam, fiberglass blanket, and radiant barrier insulation. Loose fill fiberglass is the most popular insulation and is easily installed in attics or around pipes. Foam insulation is great for hard-to-reach places, and it can be injected in finished walls and crevices. Precisely cut into sheets or batts, fiberglass blankets can be installed between wall studs or in the ceilings of basements. And lastly, radiant barriers, or reflective insulation, are foils or films that reflect radiant heat back in the direction it came from. They are typically installed in the attic, under the roof rafters. 

No matter which insulation material you choose, you’ll be able to tell the difference. New insulation comes with two main benefits—you can regulate the heating and cooling of your home with better precision, and you can save money on your energy bill. Learn more about effectively insulating your house by contacting an insulation contractor from the list below.