This has been a cold and rainy April. If you have a basement that isn’t properly insulated and sealed, you may find that you have a mold problem as a result of excess moisture through dampness and leaks.
Mold is a serious health hazard, so no matter what type of mold you may have, the problem needs to be fixed right away.
If you live in the southeast, now is the best time to knock out your attic insulation project – before the sweltering summer heat! Being in the attic in the heat of summer would not be fun, and unless you tackle the project, your wallet may take the hit in high energy bills. So, take a day and get in there this Spring and install your spray foam to have a comfortable summer!
Everybody loves a hot tub – it’s a great way to stay toasty and enjoy a cold winter’s day. If you are like most spa owners, you may use a cover for your spa during the winter months, but the best way to keep it warm and toasty is to insulate around the bottom and sides. This will lower your operating costs dramatically.
It is crucial that no matter what the temperature, your furnace is turned OFF before you use spray foam insulation. Spray foam should never be used around a spark or open flame, so make sure the pilot light is off and stays off for a little while after you’re done. Read further for specific instructions.
In the past 15 years, the cost of energy has increased greatly. Some energy sources by 50%, some by as much as 200+%. In order to reduce costs, we simply must find ways to reduce the amount of energy we’re using. The good news is that it’s easy to do. Read further and try this simple, interesting experiment.