4 Insulation Rip Offs

What are the most common rip offs in the insulation industry? Whether it’s focusing only on R-value, or pushing the wrong type of insulation for the job, it’s easy to be taken advantage of if you don’t have the right information. Read on to make the right decision and save thousands.

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Keep your energy costs from rising

There is no crystal ball we can look into to see the future of energy prices, but if history is any indication, you can be sure that prices for electricity, natural gas and home heating oil will continue to rise. Energy companies are continuously researching to find new sources of the fossil fuels we’ve become […]

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Q: Can I just spray foam over my existing blown-in insulation in my attic? It has been there for 15 years and has settled.

A: You do not want to spray foam over existing insulation, encapsulating the old insulation.  It will lead to moldy old insulation. The old, settled, blown-in or batt stuff is doing NOTHING for your home’s energy efficiency, comfort, and air quality and may even be contributing to allergies and mold. Pull up the old insulation first.  Then, spray down 1 layer of closed cell Foam […]

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Got Warmth?

The insulating power of Foam it Green insulation is not diminished by lower temperatures or by air movement. Its R-value (7 per inch) performs as stated. By contrast, building experts at Oakridge National Laboratories state that an R-13 fiberglass batt in the presence of a 10 mile per hour breeze (the real world) diminishes the insulating […]

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