Is Insulation an Energy Efficient Technique?

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Is Insulation an Energy Efficient Technique?

Postby mikebonar » Fri Apr 26, 2013 3:00 am

Insulation is really very important thing for homes mostly who gets affected shortly to weather changes so they takes much energy on heating and cooling products, insulation can keep your home warm in winters and cool in summer and reduce energy bills. :)


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Re: Is Insulation an Energy Efficient Technique?

Postby Stanleys » Tue Jun 11, 2013 8:23 pm

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Re: Is Insulation an Energy Efficient Technique?

Postby sembernka » Sun Jul 07, 2013 11:13 am

It sure is. I have a Victorian home built in the early 1900s and it was cold in the winter and extremely hot in the summer. I had it properly insulated and saw my seasonal bills decrease by 40%. My return on investment came back 3 years.
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Re: Is Insulation an Energy Efficient Technique?

Postby dia » Mon Jul 22, 2013 11:04 am

Wow! 40% decrease energy use. That's huge! I will my get house insulated. I've been procrestinating.
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Re: Is Insulation an Energy Efficient Technique?

Postby Grahamson » Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:11 am

I think this will be helpful.. Examples of where to insulate. 1. In unfinished attic spaces, insulate between and over the floor joists to seal off living spaces below. (1A) attic access door 2. In finished attic rooms with or without dormer, insulate (2A) between the studs of "knee" walls, (2B) between the studs and rafters of exterior walls and roof, (2C) and ceilings with cold spaces above. (2D) Extend insulation into joist space to reduce air flows. 3. All exterior walls, including (3A) walls between living spaces and unheated garages, shed roofs, or storage areas; (3B) foundation walls above ground level; (3C) foundation walls in heated basements, full wall either interior or exterior. 4. Floors above cold spaces, such as vented crawl spaces and unheated garages. Also insulate (4A) any portion of the floor in a room that is cantilevered beyond the exterior wall below; (4B) slab floors built directly on the ground; (4C) as an alternative to floor insulation, foundation walls of unvented crawl spaces. (4D) Extend insulation into joist space to reduce air flows. 5. Band joists. 6. Replacement or storm windows and caulk and seal around all windows and doors. Source: Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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Re: Is Insulation an Energy Efficient Technique?

Postby murreycharles » Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:23 pm

In my opinion Insulation is for optimal energy efficiency. And, I want to share some suggestion here for insulation consider moisture and air leakage control for your house.
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