Weatherization & Insulation

Insulation & Weatherization Information & News

The Building Energy insulation and weatherization blog is your source for insulation & weatherization information in Vermont. Read through a collection of insulation & weatherization articles on a variety of topics such as air sealing, dense pack cellulose insulation, lose fill cellulose insulation spray foam insulation and more. With over thirty-five years of experience in the energy industry, Building Energy is your leading source for insulation & weatherization information. Visit the Building Energy's insulation & weatherization service page for more information on our services.

Button Up Vermont Kickoff Press Conference

Congressmen Peter Welch and partners promote “Button Up Vermont” weatherization effort. As winter approaches, Vermonters encouraged to save energy, stay comfortable, and lower bills Oct. 1, 2018 – Williston, VT – With thermometers beginning to drop and recent news that carbon emissions in Vermont have increased, spokespeople from participating Vermont organizations will join Congressman Peter […]

7 Main Benefits of Closed Cell Spray Foam

The cost of spray foam insulation can sound daunting to many homeowners especially when compared to cheaper alternatives like Fiberglass Insulation. While fiberglass can be significantly cheaper is also way less effective and not as energy efficient especially in the extremely cold conditions that are common to Vermont winters. Here is our list of the […]

Energy & Heating Tips for the Fall

Fall Has Arrived!  The arrival of Fall means cooler weather is just around the corner and it’s time to switch gears from cooling to heating. To maintain optimal comfort, drive energy efficiency through the heating months, and protect your HVAC investment, Mitsubishi recommends you clean your filters regularly.         Fall Maintenance for your Mitsubishi […]

The Simple Science Behind Spray Foam Insulation

Spray foam insulation is developed from 2 types of composite material, polyurethane and isocyanate. When combined, the 2 materials chemically react to expand and harden. During the insulation process, the 2 materials are sprayed at the same time from the tip of a spray foam gun allowing them to expand and form a protective layer […]

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