Once the drywall goes up, the decisions made about insulation are literally sealed. Choosing the right insulation products must be done before construction begins. It's the only time that the empty spaces in walls and other hard-to-reach places can be filled.
By increasing the insulation levels in your new home, you can:
When it comes to comfort, having the “perfect” home is about creating an environment that always feels warm and inviting. A place that maintains the right temperature without a continual struggle. Where warmth comes naturally. Having the perfect home is about being able to control the environment you have built. That's where exterior thermal insulation comes in. Upgrading the insulation in the exterior walls, floors, and ceilings of your home will serve two purposes:
Building codes regulate the minimum required R-values for differing climates. Increasing R-values beyond minimum requirements is an affordable way to create a more comfortable living environment while helping ensure that your home will always be on the leading edge of energy-efficient design.
Adding Sound insulation to your new home will give you the assurance of quality and the added comfort of peace and quiet for years to come.
A home is more than just a roof over your head. It's a place to relax and leave the bustle of everyday life far behind you. But without the added comfort of sound control insulation, bothersome household noise can interrupt the peace and quiet. The kids playing in the family room. The garbage disposal in the kitchen. Or, your teenager's stereo playing upstairs. No matter what's going on inside the home, Sound insulation is an effective solution for reducing noise transmitted through walls, floors, and ceilings. And, reduced noise levels mean increased enjoyment in a new home.
By adding Sound Comfort, you can take advantage of an affordable and effective way to maximize your enjoyment and get the most out of your new home, including: