Chances are good that your home could benefit from Insulation being added to your attic. Many homes have inadequate insulation—often none at all in older homes!
Versa Lift is the ultimate solution to your storage problems. Now you can keep your home and garage neat by sending storage items into the attic and out of sight with push-button ease! You can stack it, rack it, or hand it from the ceiling, but your garage will still look and feel cluttered!
The attic access door is one of the largest sources of air leakage from your living space into your attic.
Attic ventilation may be one of the places often ignored in your home. When it comes to the ventilation of a home, not many people are not aware that the attic is ventilated too.
Insulation is measured by its thermal resistance or R-value. “R” is the insulation’s resistance to heat flow. R-value insulation ratings are used to measure insulation’s ability to resist heat flow.
Radiant barriers consist of a highly reflective material. This is the same reflective material as an astronauts’ space suit.
If your home has a crawl space, there is a high chance that it could accumulate a significant amounts of moisture. This causes multiple problems, including the build up of fungus, mold and mildew.
Fully encapsulating a crawl space-by both sealing and insulating-is a fully efficient measure in addressing crawl space problems.
Blanket insulation is he most common and widely available type of insulation usually in the form of batts or rolls.
Your home is a complex system of interdependent parts. If your crawl space shows signs of rot, mold or structural damage, these problems will extend to other parts of the home.
Many homes have crawlspaces with excessive moisture problems that can lead to serious health problems. Mold and other organisms such as bacteria, fungi and dust mites thrive under homes with excessive moisture.
A sump pump is commonly used in low lying areas where homes are built below the water table and when basements and crawl spaces accumulate large amounts of water every time it rains.
A Vapor Barrier is your first line of defense to avoid moisture problems in your crawl space.
French Drains should always be installed around foundations. French drain installation is one of the easiest things you can do to prevent excess water from entering your home’s basement or crawl space.
Fully encapsulating a crawl space-by both sealing and insulating-is a fully efficient measure in addressing crawl space problems. It makes sense to maintain and improve the lower level area in order to maximize healthy living conditions and home resale value.