|Insulation and Ventilation
Fiber Glass and Cellulose Insulation
One way to
compare insulation products is to do a side by
side comparison. This report compare the two
most common types of insulation: fiber glass and
cellulose and reveals important differences
between the two
Fiber Glass Insulation and Vapor Retarders
where to use vapor retarders.
Ventilation and Moisture Control
examination of attic ventilation, crawl space
ventilation, and vapor retarders.
Credits Available for Adding Insulation to
are eligible for a tax credit of up to $500 for
10% of the costs of qualified energy efficiency
improvements made to their homes.
Insulation Fact Sheet
All homeowners pay energy
bill and wish they paid less. Often many of us do not really
know how to control or reduce
our utility bills. We encourage our children to turn off the
lights and appliances, but may not recognize the benefits of
insulating the attic. This site from the US Department of Energy
provides excellent information about the benefits of home
and Answers About Home Insulation
easy-to-use booklet which provides basic
information on insulation and tips to help save
on heating and cooling bills. Excellent guide
Type in your ZIP
code and this handy calculator will show how
much insulation is recommended for your home.
of My Home Should I Insulate?
To achieve the
maximum thermal efficiency and comfort it is
important to insulate any space were energy
could be lost. Click the numbered spots below
to view places in a typical house where
insulation should be installed.