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10 June 2022
Home insulation is crucial to any home since it helps save energy by keeping the air inside and avoid outside air from entering the home. Insulation efficiency wanes over the years, so at some point you save money by investing in insulation home improvement. It is our job to consult you to determine the insulation material of choice that is right for you, your home, your location, and your budget.
With professional insulation upgrade services, you will enjoy the maximum benefit from your new insulation material installation. Your insulation contractor will help you assess the type of insulation you will need depending on your location, the part of the house you want to insulate and the purpose such as heat protection or soundproofing. There are various materials to choose from the different types of insulation, applications and installation methods. Choosing the right home insulation will ensure that you keep the desired temperature inside the home to keep your family comfortable at all times. By sealing all possible air leaks, it will ensure that the air inside the home will not escape, making the heating and cooling appliances slow down its use to exert effort to make it comfortable, warm or cold.
In addition, another benefit of proper insulation is soundproofing. If you are living in high-traffic areas or cities, sleep and rest are compromised if the outside environment is too noisy. Outside noises will be extremely disturbing. But with insulation materials that enclose the primary source of the noise, it forms a barrier to absorb vibrations, and insulation will limit the sound transmission.
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27 May 2022
Properly insulating your home will provide a wide range of benefits. Often forgotten, insulating your walls is hugely beneficial because it limits air movement enables you to save up to 40 percent in heating and cooling bills.
There are multiple types of insulations that are highly recommended for insulating walls. The batt insulation, blown-in insulation and spray foam insulation are particularly effective. It saves energy, reduces heating and cooling bills. control noise and even reduce condensation. By properly insulating your home it not only reduces heating and cooling costs but greatly increases comfort in the long term. In getting the most energy efficiency from your insulation, insulating your existing walls and your ceiling during your renovation there are a range of insulating batts that will be suitable for your walls. There are options for polyester, glass wool, rock wool and natural wool. Most importantly, choosing the right R-value is significant because the higher the R-value the greater the resistance to heat transfer and the greater the insulating effect and energy that will be saving a lot of money.
It is proven that the easiest way to insulate walls is using fiberglass insulation. However, it requires professionals to do the installation to get the maximum benefit. Every gap and compressed batts will leave a path for heat or cold to escape. Get the most energy efficiency from your insulation and significantly it will increase your overall comfort.
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26 May 2022
A high-quality insulation needs good installation in order to maximize energy efficiency level. It is important to consider the R-value when purchasing insulation. The thermal resistance (it is the resistance to heat flow) an insulator has. The greater the value the more effective the insulation will be. Here are tips on quality insulation and in choosing the high quality type of home insulation.
Most contractors are recommending Spray foam insulation which is the most energy-efficient insulation that will create an air barrier in the attic. There are even spray foams that will expand up to 100 times its original size such that it fills all of the nooks and crannies in the attic. There are no spaces left which have not been sprayed. There is also another recommendation for an airtight, energy-efficient blown-in insulation. This is advantageous for much smaller and more flexible than rolled batts because it gets into smaller spaces and fills cracks and openings more effectively. It also fills in around beams, pipes and other oddly shaped objects. In addition, looking for the R-value of the insulation is highly important. It is important to determine the R-value, the thickness, type of material and density which are normally taken into account. It will guarantee that with a high R-value it will properly insulate your home.
The most important part to insulate in your home is the attic. Upgrading your insulation in the attic will help protect against moisture penetration. This will prevent mold, odor and rot which is very dangerous to your health and damages your home. With a well insulated home, your roof and siding will be protected from weather and outside elements and surely its occupants will be enjoying total comfort in your home.
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20 May 2022
Insulating your home is very important because not only reduces your monthly electric bills but provides you with comfort and protection. The heating and cooling costs will incur a big share in the energy usage in most homes. And to maintain the home’s temperature control system, it is essential to prevent hot air from entering or escaping your home which will result in a big reduction in the energy bills. Investing in effective home insulation will eventually pay back as a wise investment.
Insulating your home will provide a consistent and comfortable temperature in the entire house. It will prevent hot air from entering or leaving your house and improve comfort by preventing the transfer of sound. Further, there are insulation types such as spray foam insulation, batts and roll fibreglass insulation, and many more which are effective as sound barriers that are blocking out unwanted noises from traffic, loud pipes and other noisy nuisances. The quality insulation installed will offer full safety of the people in the house because it will avoid dangerous ice dams forming on the roof. As an ice dam is a wall of ice that forms at the bottom of the roof and prevents water from properly draining off. And when ice dams form, it will cause water to become trapped on the roof which will result in leaks, mold outbreaks and potential roof collapses.
Generally, choosing the best insulator will give your home’s energy efficiency the final touch. In addition, you will heat and cool your home and make your own electricity by applying some green energy systems that will eventually pay for themselves that will lead to reducing your household’s carbon footprint and also saving a lot of your money.
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19 May 2022
We provide custom insulation services to the greater Worcester and Providence areas. We also take great reward in educating you all about opportunities to save money when it comes time to insulate your Worcester or Providence home. So let’s talk today about the $500 federal tax credit waiting for you after upgrading your home’s insulation.
If you’re like most Americans, you’re trying to find ways to save money on your taxes this year. Well, did you know that there is a tax credit available for insulation upgrades? That’s right – by making your home more energy-efficient, you can get money back on your taxes! In this article, we will discuss the insulation tax credit and how you can take advantage of it. So read on to learn more!
The insulation tax credit is a federal tax credit available to homeowners who upgrade their home insulation. The credit is worth up to $500, and it can be claimed on your taxes for the year in which the insulation was installed.
To be eligible for the credit, you must own your home and your insulation must meet certain requirements. The insulation must be installed in an area that is considered to be part of the living space, such as the attic or crawlspace. The insulation must also meet certain R-value requirements.
The insulation tax credit was created to help homeowners reduce their energy bills and save money on their taxes. If you are eligible for the credit, it can be worth a lot of money. The amount of the credit depends on the type of insulation that is installed and the R-value of the insulation.
We’ll help you every step along the way to claim your tax credit. Contact us anytime!
12 May 2022
Welcome back faithful readers of our Custom Insulation blog where we do our best to educate you, our friends, family, and neighbors on the topic of home and business insulation. We provide custom insulation services to the greater Worcester and Providence areas. Today we hope to help you make smart decisions for your future insulation upgrade project. So let’s get to it.
There are a few different types of insulation to choose from, so it’s important to understand the benefits and drawbacks of each type before you make your decision. Here are some tips on choosing the right type of insulation for your home:
Of course, we’re here for you too! Your consultation regarding insulation research is not only free but welcomed by us. Contact us anytime!
5 May 2022
Upgrading your home with a spray foam home insulation upgrade will save you money from day one while simultaneously creating a comfortable, healthy and energy-efficient living environment for your loved ones. Let’s talk briefly about one of our most popular choices for home heat and cooling insulation products, HEATLOK SOY 200 home insulation.
HEATLOK SOY® 200, a closed cell Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation, has a unique ecological benefit that recycles plastic waste into a Rigid Spray Polyurethane Foam. This helps to more efficiently utilize the world’s nonrenewable resources. HEATLOK SOY® 200 can reduce excess waste and energy consumption in buildings by up to 50%.
Ask any home builder or real estate professional about what the single most profitable home improvement investment and they is will tell you to upgrade your home’s insulation. We’ll be honored to educate you fully on your options. Contact us at The Custom Insulation Company.
25 April 2022
You have multiple options when it comes to insulating your Worcester home and decreasing your energy bills. “Loose-fill” or “blown-in” insulation is increasingly choses as the insulation home improvement material of choice. And of the blown-in material options available to you, the trend setting material of choice is fiberglass.
Blown-in fiberglass insulation is perfect for filling in tight voids around wiring, pipes or any area with difficult framing. It delivers measurable results by way of lower utility bills. Compared to other (and admittedly less expensive) home insulation materials, blown-in insulation proves to be more airtight because it is smaller and able to get into tiny cracks and crevices of your attic where conditioned air leaks through. This material will fill in around beams, pipes and other awkward shaped objects and spaces. It is advantageous because it seals tightly making it a much better and more energy-efficient solution. It is also moisture resistant that prevents mold, odor and rot from creeping into your home. Fiberglass comes in both rolled batting and blown forms and settles to very little to no setting of losing R-value. Adding more, installing blown in insulation is a very quick and easy process. The material is simply blown out of a hose into space to create a seamless thermal protective blanket of insulation which is done by knowledgeable experts.
Blown-in insulation will reduce energy expenditure, lowering heating and cooling costs. It is something to highly consider. In doing so, it will assure your home will be protective from the outside environment and keep you and your family comfortable inside.
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24 April 2022
You’ve seen the auto-insurance companies repeatedly advertise about how much money is wasted on auto-insurance. Well, this very day, someone here in Hebron will purchase an extremely expensive new HVAC system because their energy bills are going up. But the reason their energy bills are going up may have less to do with an inefficient HVAC system and so much more due to the home being poorly insulated. As a service to you, we’d be pleased to help you conduct a home insulation quality inspection, a simple act that just might save you multiple thousands of dollars!
Attic insulation and ventilation is a critical part of energy conservation in a home. Significant heat enters the home through the attic in summer and heat is lost from the attic in the winter. Attic insulation systems work less hard with less energy needed. Making sure you have proper home insulation is key not only in the winter time but also in the summer time to prevent heat loss and cold air exiting through cracks.
Adequate attic ventilation is equally important to prevent heat and moisture from being trapped in the attic. Keeping the air circulating properly in the attic also aids in preventing unwanted heat gain and loss and prevents damaging moisture from rotting wood and promoting the growth of mildew and molds. If you are looking to make a home improvement that pays for itself in reduced energy usage as well as one that protects your most valuable investment, then contact us today. We will be happy to assess your insulation needs!
18 April 2022
Spring is the great time to make some home modifications to reduce energy costs. During fall and winter, a lot of homeowners were concerned about their electricity bills. Yet, even though the weather is gradually warming up, homeowners must think of ways to save on their electricity charges. Installing a good insulation will make your home more energy efficient, contributing a lot in reducing your energy consumption even if the weather outside is getting hotter.
Having a properly installed insulation will keep your home cooler without overworking your air conditioner. When attic and ceiling fans are combined with the right insulation and ventilation, you will save money in the summer and protect your roof and shingles in the winter. Good insulation will help prevent heat transfer into the house in the summer, while a cold attic in the winter reduces the likelihood of ice dams.
Increase the comfort of your home with the right insulation. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates a homeowner can save up to 20% on heating and cooling costs by sealing and insulating around the home.
For information on better insulating your home, contact Custom Insulation Company.
Insulation helps keep your house cool in the summer!