Before going ahead with your new home insulation, however, it’s likely that you still have some questions that you want answered. That’s why Georgian Insulation has created a list of some of the most common home insulation questions that we receive.
If you are thinking about removing the insulation in your home or cottage, then you are already one-step ahead of most homeowners. In fact, most homeowners don’t even give a second thought to the material behind their walls.
You might be familiar with the term "building envelope", the physical separator between your inside 'conditioned' environment, and the outdoors. The building envelope is responsible for withstanding wind, water, heat, light and even noise.
It’s finally Halloween, which means one thing - it won’t be long until the temperatures here in Ontario start to drop, snow starts to fall on our homes and we will be in the midst of winter before we know it.
If you have decided to redo your home’s insulation, that’s great news! Insulation is the key to maintaining a comfortable temperature in your house all-year round and cutting down on those costly energy bills each month.
Myths and misconceptions surrounding residential insulation often leave homeowners holding back on investing in improving their homes, even when improved insulation can reduce energy bills, improve your quality of life and much more.
When it comes to saving money on heating and cooling, attic insulation should be one of your top priorities as a homeowner. In fact, improper or inadequate attic insulation is one of the leading reasons for lost heat in the winter and lost air conditioning in the summe...