Home Insulation Contractor Serving Baltimore, Columbia, Annapolis, Bethesda, Silver Spring, College Park, MD and Washington, D.C. Metro Area.
Cameron - Insulating an Attic during the summer
Did you know that insulation was listed as the top home improvements with a astounding return on investment of 107%? That means it more than pays for itself in terms of added value to your home. Adding insulation has long been known to save energy, but now we know it also adds value to your home.
Updating your home to save energy doesn’t have to cost a lot of money and can make your home more appealing to potential buyers. You can save $2,500 or more each year just by making some changes. For example, you can add extra insulation to your attic for $200 or less, and this small change can save you hundreds each year on your utility bill.
As a full-service insulation contractor, Cameron Home Insulation provides expert home insulation services to improve areas such as attics, walls, crawl spaces, basements, and garages in Howard, Anne Arundel, Prince Georges, Montgomery, and Baltimore Counties as well as the Washington, D.C. Metro area.
Spray Foam Insulation
Spray foam has become the industry standard for properly insulating your home. Here’s why: It’s more effective because it is also an air barrier. It delivers more “R-value” per inch. It is a better permanent solution than fiberglass insulation.
Fiberglass Insulation offers a less-expensive installation price, and you can be in your home during installation It’ reduces noise not only from the outside of your home but in between rooms as well. Fiberglass insulation does not shrink Fiberglass insulation does not burn Blown fiberglass surrounds everything inside wall cavities, providing a more consistent layer of insulation.
Often times, when homeowners try to insulate their homes themselves they underestimate the amount of insulation needed to effectively insulate their home. We often fine wall cavities or attics that aren’t sufficiently filled when homeowners install it themselves. When this happens you’ll probably find your energy bills are higher than they would be if your home was properly insulated. When it comes to insulation, it really is best to leave it to the professionals. DIY projects are okay for holiday displays and side tables, but when it comes to something as important as insulation, you really should think twice before you take it on yoursel
Provides consistent thermal performance and making it easy to insulate hard to reach areas. Blown In Fiberglass also provides tighter blanket coverage to the attic area of your home by covering and sealing it tight.
A majority of homes built after 1980 have insulation in the attic area which is specifically designed to lessen heat loss. However, it won’t prevent air flow from occurring. Controlling the airflow and air leakiness of your home is the first step in energy efficiency. Air sealing also helps protect your investment in the insulation product.
Nothing lasts like solid rock. That’s why rock wool insulation won’t shrink, it won’t move and it won’t crumble. In fact, it’s so durable, it will maintain its performance for the lifetime of a home.