Home Comfort Blog
Depending on which part of the country you live in, winter may mean slightly cooler, sometimes rainy days, or it may mean lake effect snow that piles up 4 feet in front of your house. What do both extremes have in common, though? Both can benefit from a certain amount of winterization. When you winterize your home, you’re not just making sure the snow and ice stay out and your house stays warm. Here’s what else winterizing your home can accomplish, no matter where you live:
Your house may be a source of discomfort in the winter – maybe because of drafts or because you’ve been trying not to spend too much money on heating a home that never seems to get warm. If this is the case, working toward converting your home to a “passive house” may be exactly what you need, not only for your family’s comfort, but to help you save money.
The impending cold weather may leave some people dreading winter, but if you start well in advance, there are lots of steps you can take to winterize your home and stay comfortable throughout the colder months. A winterized home is not just more comfortable for your family, it’s also more energy efficient. Where do you begin, though? It’s easier than you think. Check out these tips:
New Icynene ultra-cohesive open-cell spray foam products eliminate need for hand paddle mixing* and feature outstanding cohesion for improved results.
The end of the year brings the inevitable reviews and “Best Of” lists in all kinds of categories. This year, we decided to join in on the fun and post our reviews on spray foam insulation, or the best articles from our 2017 archives. These topics cover everything from energy efficiency to insulating different parts of your home to comparisons with other types of insulation. Read on for our top spray foam articles of 2017.
An increasing number of homeowners are beginning to understand that climate change doesn’t only mean the earth will be getting warmer. There’s no question that greenhouse gases are impacting the earth’s overall temperature, however the weather-related and environmental events that everyone is beginning to see taking place more frequently are extreme in every way.