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When it comes how to do insulation for a basement, there are several insulating options. Rigid foam insulation provides a good floor to ceiling insulation. Using fiberglass batts in conjunction with the spray foam and with a water vapor barrier, you will have a nice, dry, warm basement.

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If you are installing rigid foam insulation, be sure know your frost depth. Foam insulation panels applied to your foundation can insulate your basement. But if the form insulation doesn't go deep enough, the home foam insulation won't keep out the cold.

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Do-It-Yourself attic insulation is one way to save energy and money. Attic insulation is available in a variety of options - reflective attic insulation, foam attic insulation, radiant barrier insulation, loose fill attic insulation - to name a few. Check first to be sure you don’t have asbestos attic insulation.

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Tim Carter, of AsktheBuilder.com, gives some helpful tips on installing batt insulation in your home. Wear protective clothing when handling fiberglass insulation. Installing home insulation properly will help you save energy.

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Foam insulation can now be used around doors and windows without causing them to jam. New spray foam insulation remains flexible after curing. Tim Carter explains how to insulate with this do it yourself spray insulation.

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Radiant barrier insulation saves money and lowers the cost of heating your home. This video demonstrates how to install radiant barrier, attic insulation foil chips, in your attic to reflect heat and cold and save energy.

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How to insulate an older brick home can be a challenge. If furring strips were nailed to the inner masonry, there is only a narrow 3/4-inch space to add insulation. Very old brick homes often have no space to add insulation as the plaster was applied directly to the brick wall.

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