A Home Buyer’s Guide To Insulation

Before you make an offer on your dream home, it is a good idea to learn about the type of insulation that is used in the house. Insulation can affect the value of the home as well as the energy efficiency of the home. In today’s blog, Valley Insulation LLC provides you with information that can help you to make a more educated home purchase.


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What Kind Of Insulation Is Used In The Home?

It is a good idea to talk to the agent who is showing the property. They will have information regarding the insulation that is utilized within the home. If they are not sure of the insulation, make sure that to talk to the home inspector. Many home inspectors offer home energy audits. These can help you to understand what areas in the home are efficiently insulated and what areas are not. If the home is insulated with an outdated type of insulation, or if the insulation is moldy, mildewed, or degraded by moisture, the insulation will need to be replaced. Expert assistance is encouraged to help you decide on the best type of insulation to install in place of the old insulation.

Love The Home But Not The Insulation?

If you find yourself falling for a home with insulation issues, you may need to increase your budget to replace the faulty insulation. You might think that you can handle insufficient insulation, but in cold or warm weather, the house that was once your dream might become your nightmare. It is important to understand your options, and contact an expert to help you determine how to best address the issues that can arise due to improper insulation.


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At Valley Insulation, assisting clients in making educated insulation decisions is just part of what makes our team dynamic. For over 40 years we have helped clients to insulate their homes effectively. Contact us today.

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