For DIY attic insulation, you've basically got two choices: loose fill or batt (the
common term for blanket insulation). Both can be added to uninsulated attics or ...
How you insulate your attic depends on whether you want a "cold" or "warm" roof
space. A cold roof requires insulation at joist level to stop heat escaping ...
Shop ceiling and attic insulation for your home online. Find the right insulation
materials and tools to get the job done at The Home Depot.
Save about $600/year by boosting the amount of attic insulation from R-11 to R-
49. Depending on the type of materials you use, figure on paying an insulation ...
Feb 16, 2014 ... This Old House general contractor Tom Silva and host Kevin O'Connor
demonstrate the proper way to insulate an attic. (See below for a ...
Learn how to insulate your attic yourself with blown-in cellulose insulation, and
start saving money on your utility bills. This step-by-step article walks you through
Feb 6, 2015 ... After a quick energy audit, the contractors informed the homeowners that they
would benefit from additional attic insulation -- and the contractor ...
The easiest place to get a gauge on your home's current insulation condition is in
the attic. You need up to 19 inches (or R-49) for efficiency. If you don't have ...
Properly insulating your attic reduces the rate of heat transfer and stretches your
cathedral ceiling or an unfinished attic with a permanent floor, you may want to
hire a contractor. Contractors buy insulation in quantity, so they are often ...