One of the necessary things about new home construction is working with a building code inspector.
The snow has already started to fall across the Mitten, and the worst of the storm and following cold weather is yet to come.
When you’re talking with your builder about insulation code requirements they are likely discussing options with high R-Value, but R-Value doesn’t tell you the whole story and isn’t the only path to passing.
While a Cape Cod house may seem nice and cozy, did you know this style of home performs very poorly when it comes to insulation?
You know your attic needs insulation because you have air leaks and ice dams on your roof.
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You’re sitting in your home relaxing, catching up on the novel you’re dying to read, when an all-too-common feeling overtakes you – the draft.
Trying to understand insulation and building codes can be difficult if you are well versed in the industry, and can even be a little dicey for the seasoned pro.
Many people choose tiny house living because it is a way to lessen their carbon footprint, and saves them money on monthly utilities.
Foam insulation already saves you money on your monthly energy bills and in some cases with rebates, but now you might even be eligible for a federal tax credit for insulation.