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How Should I Insulate My Home?

Did you know that homes built before 1980 lack efficient insulation? That means 77 million Americans suffer from high energy bills, too. It's a vicious cycle most homeowners are unaware affects them.

Half of the Energy We Use Escapes Our Home.


Home insulation is one of the most cost-effective ways to make your home more energy efficient. It acts as a barrier against heat loss and gain and can even reduce condensation. When a home is effectively insulated, it stays cooler in the summers and warmer in the winters. Ultimately, you'll experience more consistent in-home temperatures and overall comfort year-round.

Your air-conditioning and heating system won't need to work as hard, reducing your energy usage and lowering your greenhouse gas emissions. Most importantly, it saves you money on one of the most expensive bills that come with owning a home and shrinks your overall carbon footprint.

See how much you can save by re-insulating your home with USA Insulation's Energy Savings Calculator. But remember, your total energy savings are dependent on a number of factors, like the type of insulation you choose and the size of your home.

Choosing the Right Insulation for Your Home.

There are several types of home insulation, but which is right for your home? Go with the highest-quality insulation on the market. USA Premium Foam® Insulation performs up to 35 percent better than traditional wall insulation like cellulose and fiberglass, using a proprietary formula.


Unlike other types of insulation, our Premium Foam fills the cracks and cavities inside your home's interior and exterior walls; it gently forms around pipes, wires and even existing insulation. Aside from saving you money on your energy bill and providing extra year-round comfort, re-insulating also helps to reduce noise, while improving indoor air quality by blocking outside allergens from entering your home.

But, if you want to learn more about other forms of insulation, we wrote a blog about the four most common types.

Choose the Only Insulation You Can Install Into Existing Walls.

With USA Insulation, the installation process is easy. Schedule a FREE insulation inspection and our experienced and courteous team will evaluate your home's energy usage. If you choose to move forward with the insulation installation process, we schedule a date that's most convenient for you to complete the job.

USA Premium Foam Insulation works for almost every type of home building material. Not only is it one of the best and most effective insulation products on the market, but it is also exceptionally versatile. Installation typically takes less than a day. And we don't even have to tear your home apart to do it. We can insulate just about any type of building material, including:

  • Brick
  • Shingle / Shake
  • Block
  • Vinyl Siding
  • Aluminum Siding
  • Stucco
  • Basement & Attic Walls

As you can see, re-insulating your home has so many benefits. Doing so increases your home's energy efficiency and in turn, its value. And let's be honest, your home is the most expensive and important purchase you will ever make. Let us help you maintain its worth by protecting its value with USA Premium Foam Insulation.

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