Along with insulating your home, checking for air leaks is an important step in saving energy and money, especially in older homes and buildings.
Natural ventilation isn’t just required by most building codes, it also reduces the use of your AC by allowing for the release of warm air.
Made of fiberglass or mineral wool, loose-fill insulation is best for filling hard-to-reach areas that often get missed.
Insulating a crawl space – with mineral wool or fiberglass batts and rolls – is one of the most efficient ways to reduce air leakage in homes and buildings.
This lightweight and cost-effective option can improve thermal insulation and sound-proofing measures in residential homes or in commercial buildings.
Temperature control isn’t just about energy efficiency. If there is a fire or other heat-related hazard, intumescent coating can protect a structure from severe damage.