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Blown In Insulation is Perfect if you do not Want to Take Down Drywall

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, May 10, 2011

There are a lot of people in and around Worcester, Massachusetts who are finally having their home repairs taken care of from this past winter’s ice dam damage. We have found that people who are having their interior ceilings and or walls pulled down and replaced are finding that their insulation is more than lacking. However, who wants to rip down interior ceilings and walls in undamaged rooms, just to replace old and ill fitting insulation? No one!

Blown in insulation is really about the only way to insulate existing, closed-up walls and ceilings. Tthe only other option is to start pulling off siding or rip out interior drywall.

Consider this if you are a DIY and are considering renting a machine. One reality of blown in insulation is that it is an imperfect process. It is not easy get cellulose fibers to pass through a two-inch wide hole and settle uniformly and completely all throughout a wall cavity. Especially in older homes, wall obstructions are everywhere in criss-crossing electrical wires, plaster "keys", blocking, etc.

Those who work with blown in insulation consider it almost an intuitive process. Most insulation technicians are experienced at finding blockages and wires, and know how to work around them. Contact Custom Insulation today to improve your home’s insulation and energy efficiency.

Everything about Copper Gutters

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Every homeowner needs gutters and downspouts on their home. One style of gutters that are gaining in popularity is copper gutters. Here's a look at everything about this type of rain gutter.

Copper Gutters will never rust or rot. Better than any other type of gutter systems, they can stand up to most weather conditions.

Copper gutters add style and flare to your home which is different from standard gutters. Their style is immediately noticeable and recognizable. They add visual appeal that can only be found with copper. But, they also add value to your home and require less maintenance than aluminum gutters or gutters of other materials.

Unless you treat them, copper gutters will oxidize and turn green over time. There are several sealants available that can be applied to keep your copper gutters looking golden and shiny. However, most people prefer the greenish look, of oxidized gutters, especially in older homes.

Copper gutters are generally more expensive than standard aluminum gutters. However, due to their longevity you will make the money back over time because there is no maintenance with copper.
 
If you are looking for a beautiful gutter system that will stand up to the elements and last a lifetime, copper gutters may be your best solution. Give Custom Insulation a call.

Copper Gutters Have an Exclusive Look

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, March 29, 2011

If it rains at your house, you need a gutter system. Gutters prevent water damage from the roof to the basement. One type of gutter that is gaining in popularity is copper gutters. At Custom Insulation we believe copper trumps the rest.

Copper gutters will never rust or rot away; whatever the weather this gutter will withstand it. Copper gutters add a distinctive style and flare to your house which is different than your standard gutters. Their style is noticeable and recognizable and they add a visual appeal that can only be accomplished with copper.

Because it is more valuable, copper adds a higher value to your home. Also, they are more easily maintained than aluminum or vinyl. Copper gutters will oxidize and turn green over time unless you treat them. There are ways to preserve the shine with sealants, but it is not necessary. And, on the other hand, many people like and prefer the greenish look, particularly in older homes found in Worcester and in other parts of Massachusetts. Copper has an exclusive look.

Copper gutters are an excellent addition and investment for the exterior of any home. The many benefits: sustainable building material, cosmetic enhancement and increased home value, and low maintenance; mean that you're going to pay a bit more for copper gutters. The positive side is that you will be getting a product that lasts longer and is easier to maintain. Call Custom Insulation for more information.




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