Saturday, June 21, 2014

Keep Cool All Year Round: How a Good Toronto Insulation Company Helps

"Insulation is one of the most important components in a place high up the northern hemisphere like Toronto, where temperatures easily drop below freezing point. An insulated attic keeps the home warm during the coldest months of the year and blocks excessive heat from entering the home. Families who are unsure of the condition of their insulation should call a reliable Toronto insulation company to inspect and update their home’s insulation efforts. It is better to leave the inspection and improvement of home insulation to professional hands for several reasons. One of the biggest ones is the possibility of the homeowner making costly mistakes while trying to improve the house’s R-value. Removing old yet still effective insulation and overlooking house gaps are other common ones."

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Good Insulation in Peterborough Stops Families from Buying a New House

"It is true that improvements made in different areas of the home can easily sway a family to pack up and move to better, more energy-efficient dwellings. However, there are reasons why hiring the services of companies that offer insulation in Peterborough and nearby areas in the Greater Toronto Area is the better choice. The biggest reason for families not to have to move into a new home is the volatile condition of Toronto’s housing market. The city is starting to share Vancouver’s reputation as a place where housing prices spike close to a million dollars. However, the housing market is slowly losing steam, and families looking to save money should not consider investing in a home anytime soon."

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Toronto Insulation Tips for your Home: Root out and Seal Air Leaks

"Efficient Toronto insulation services, such as those provided by companies such as EnviroTech Insulation, can help a great deal in keeping your energy bills down; after all, inefficient insulation squanders precious cooling or heating air that end up leaking through cracks or openings in your home. Thus, before you call on the pros for help, check first for every possible air leak and draft, and see if you can seal them yourself. Here are some reliable tips on how to seal up these leaks: Fixtures and Openings Your doors and windows are common culprits of air leakage; after all, they can’t be opened or closed without leaving any gap between them and your wall or floor. With these openings, rubber draft guards attached to the ends of the moveable part (such as a door) are installed to keep the air out (or from escaping). Take note that your house has other air entryways, like doggy doors, mail chutes, vents, and don’t forget the holes that are used to slip cables from inside your