Spray foam insulation
Spray foam insulation does a great job of sealing up cracks and crevices, if it's installed properly. Learn more about open-cell spray foam options.
In this video: Watch as our host, Megan Turner, takes on the challenging of applying spray foam to the walls of a house under construction. You’ll learn the energy-saving benefits of this funky foam.
Why choose spray foam?
In this video: Learn about the benefits, the costs and other alternative ways to use this type of insulation.
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Vapor barriers & ventilation
An energy-tight home requires adequate ventilation and vapor control to maintain healthy air.
Basements and crawlspaces
Insulating your new house's basement up to R-10 can help reduce energy costs by up to 12 percent.
Insulation tips & tricks
Finding and sealing air leaks
Weatherizing tips & tricks
Use this checklist to make sure you don't overlook hidden energy wasters in and around your home.
A typical home will need about $50 in weatherizing materials - and the cost can be paid back in energy savings in just a few weeks.
The right insulation material for your home depends on where it will be used and what type you already have.