Blown-In Insulation Pumps out Protection

insulationAll walls need some kind of insulation otherwise you’re risking a loss of heat in your home through cool drafts, thermal leakage, or actual condensation and damage along the inside of the wall itself. By adding this barrier between your walls, you will be able to reduce drafting, dust build-up, noise pollution, and the temperature on your thermostat, creating savings on your utility bill. However, if you live in an older house with no pre-existing form of interior padding, then your best option is blown-in insulation. Unlike the common batting which is often installed in walls as the original construction is being performed, this loose fill material is literally pumped into the pre-existing wall through a small opening made by your contractor.

Attics, Basements, Contractors, Energy, Heating and Cooling, Room Additions, Walls

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  1. I think having Blow-In insulation pumps is good idea in this winter. Thanks for sharing.

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