50 – 80% of your heat loss is out the roof, consequently, it’s the most important place to insulate well! To poorly insulate any portion of your building envelope, is similar to leaving the entry door open. It discounts all the good insulation.
Always place your HVAC 100% inside the building envelope in conditional space.
The ultimate way to insulate walls is exterior coverage 100%, thus stopping all the solid framing member conduction – but that’s not always realistic.
Cold floors always become comfortable with just R-14 applied to bottom of the floor. Insulating stem walls and rim joist will never make your feet warm!
If you want the ultimate in building envelope thermal performance (heating and cooling at 1/3 the normal construction methods) contact www.energywisestructions.com. They make the rest of the structure work in cooperation with SPF.
Spray Foam Insulation
Spray foam insulation is an increasingly popular choice in Coeur D'Alene because it is an expanding foam that fills the space available to it, so it does not leave the same kind of gaps other types of insulation can.Read More
If you live in a detached home in Coeur D'Alene, you likely have an entirely different set of noise concerns. You may be trying to block street noise, or perhaps one of your children is an aspiring musician, or maybe you don't want your fancy new home theater system to disturb someone working in the next room.Read More
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