Having a group of strangers to your home can be nerve-wracking enough but having that same group of strangers drilling and cutting into your home can send your anxiety through the roof.
Imagine getting injection foam insulation installed in your existing walls and all of a sudden the walls begin to bow or crack.
Not all homes are built the same, which can lead to certain challenges when it comes to insulating them.
The walls of your home aren’t protecting you from the hot and cold as much as you’d like but insulating them with foam seems complicated to you because you have a brick exterior.
You have suspicions that your walls aren’t doing their job keeping the elements outside where they belong.
It’s seems like it should work, and that insulating your existing walls through the attic would be the quickest and easiest way.
Cold spots and drafty rooms are tell-tale signs you need insulation in your existing walls, but you also need to know how to get the job done.
You have decided that foam insulation is the best fit for the existing walls of your home, but now you need to decide which manufacturer will get the job done.