If you have attic insulation but you still feel like the temperature inside your home mirrors what’s outdoors, then it may be time to add or update your wall insulation.
Wall insulation will prevent heat from escaping your home during the winter and sneaking into your house in the summer. It can make your home more energy efficient, lower your energy bill, and keep you more comfortable throughout the year.
Spray foam insulation is made of two chemicals that are combined to create a foam. It can be sprayed or injected into walls and it expands to fill the wall cavity – even the smallest crevices – and eventually hardens.
Good for adding insulation to existing finished areas, irregularly shaped areas, and around obstructions.
Liquid foam insulation materials can be sprayed, foamed-in-place, injected, or poured. Foam-in-place insulation can be blown into walls, on attic surfaces, or under floors to insulate and reduce air leakage. Some installations can yield a higher R-value than traditional batt insulation for the same thickness, and can fill even the smallest cavities, creating an effective air barrier. You can use the small pressurized cans of foam-in-place insulation to reduce air leakage in holes and cracks, such as window and door frames, and electrical and plumbing penetrations.
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