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Four Types of Attic Insulation

Believe it or not, all insulation is not alike.  It may seem like it when it’s installed (if the homeowner sees it at all.) However, there are different types of insulation for different types of needs and locations.   Additionally, the cost of insulation varies depending on the size of the home and the budget of the homeowner. Presently, there are four types of insulation that you can have installed in your home. They are the

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Spring Cleaning: Increasing Efficiency with Your Current Home

Did you know that spring cleaning can make your home more energy efficient? Below are a handful of different things you can incorporate into your spring cleaning routine: Cleaning Larger Appliances. It would be great to start with cleaning appliances such as a refrigerator, clothes dryer, and oven. These appliances are larger and used more often, so they could benefit from a little cleaning. When the vent at the back of the refrigerator and the

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How do you know if your attic insulation is still working?

If your attic isn’t insulated well, you are probably feeling it now. As temperatures in Maryland dip below freezing every night, the weighted blankets are coming out and the thermostat temperature is being hiked up. *** But there is more than just cold air seeping into your home, it’s the money used to pay the higher expense of heating that is seeping out. It’s a massive waste of resources.  It’s easy to forget about the

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Attic Insulation

The attic can mean different things to different people. Maybe you store boxes of holiday decorations or tubs of items you have yet to unpack. Maybe it has no insulation and you use it as an extra room. Maybe it is the place you’ve never stuck your head into and never will! Regardless of your attic status at home, it is the most significant part of the home in terms of controlling the loss of

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