Basement Insulation
Proper basement insulation is important because an uninsulated basement can account for as much as 25% or more of a home's total heat loss. Whether your basement is and will remain unfinished, be used for storage, or be finished for use as living space, make sure that it is properly insulated with the right amount and kind of insulation.

Basement Insulation Methods

 

Once you've added insulation to your basement walls, you may find that what you intended to keep as storage, non-living space, is perfect for a man-cave, a kid's room or home office.

Should insulating the basement walls not be in your plans, insulting the ceilings may be a smart move. By eliminating drafts, you can enjoy a more consistent temperature in the upstairs living areas.

Contact us for a free quote to evaluate what options make the most sense for your home.

sources: http://www.jmhomeowner.com/insulation/projects/basement.asp

http://www.energysavers.gov/your_home/insulation_airsealing/index.cfm/mytopic=11470

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