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Home Insulation Guide: DIY or Hire a Professional?

Under-insulated homes are prone to hefty heating and cooling costs while properly insulated homes are more energy-efficient, comfortable, and cost-effective. This is why more and more homeowners strive to improve or install proper insulation systems; particularly now that energy costs keep on increasing. However, should you do it yourself (DIY) or employ a certified contractor?

It can be tricky to decide when to call for the help of experts and when you should opt for a DIY project. When you focus on the expenses alone, choosing DIY seems like a more practical option. Nevertheless, you’re likely to spend more than you intend to when you try to insulate your home all on your own without the relevant skills and knowledge.

An experienced HVAC and plumbing company can help you understand the different types of insulation, materials to be used, and other means to improve your home’s energy efficiency. You will be provided with an in-depth analysis of your insulation needs, and recommendations of the most appropriate solutions that fit the bill. You will get more assurance and positive results than when you try to carry out such arduous tasks by yourself.

Strenuous and risky insulation types such as spray form application that utilize high-pressure sprayers require specialized training so it’s not a DIY task that any homeowner should dare tackle. Insulating a home would call for the right equipment and specially formulated products; thus, employing the services of a qualified contractor can save you a lot of trouble.


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