Insulation

Best Insulation Types for Your Home

Best Insulation Types for Your Home - Service Champions

If you are adding or replacing insulation in your home, it’s probably best to go with the same insulation type that is already being used. Replace fiberglass batts with fiberglass batts and so on. Still, it won’t do you any harm if you add loose fill insulation to fiberglass batts and vice versa. If you

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How to Measure Attic Insulation

According to Energy Star, 9 out of 10 homes in the U.S. are under-insulated. Fall is a great time to inspect your attic for proper insulation and add more if necessary. The temperatures are mild and even a small improvement can save you bundles on your winter heating bills. Continue reading to learn how to measure

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What is Offgassing? How to Prevent Offgassing Sources

What is off-gassing and how to prevent it at home

The best way to avoid offgassing in the home is to avoid products that emit VOCs and dangerous gasses in the first place. Many building materials and household products are treated with chemicals that are slow to release dangerous gasses. In addition to avoiding certain products, it’s important to have the proper amount of ventilation

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How to Install Weather Stripping for Doors and Windows

How to install weather stripping for doors and windows - seal drafts

With the extra rain, snow, and cold drafts that come along with old man winter, weather stripping is an important home project to protect your home from damage, drafts, and insects. We recommend weather stripping doors and windows where the weather stripping is missing or damaged. This will increase the energy efficiency of your home

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Why Is One Room Either Too Hot or Too Cold?

It’s important to be able to regulate the comfort of your home. One phenomenon that compromises comfort for many homeowners is known as hot and cold spots. No, your home is not being haunted. Temperature imbalances, however, can indicate a problem with your HVAC or duct system. If there is a room in your home that

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