New insulation guide a must-read for do-it-yourself renovators
Tuesday, February 18th 2014 11:16:08am
Released today by NAIMA Canada, Building Insulation: A Performance Comparison for Today’s Environmental Home Builder & Renovation Project is an excellent source of information for learning about one of the most cost-effective and energy saving materials in our buildings--insulation. The guide is straight-forward and practical, providing valuable information to experienced builders and first-time home and cottage renovators.
Building Insulation includes:
- A description and comparison of insulation options available
- Tips on where to insulate
- Financial benefits of insulating
- Environmental benefits of insulating
“Building Insulation offers an industry-wide look at how best to choose and use insulation,” said Jay Nordenstrom, Executive Director, NAIMA Canada. “Insulation offers a significant return on investment, as it saves energy from the day it is installed, requires no maintenance and offers increased comfort in our buildings.”
What makes Building Insulation valuable is that it offers an overview of the types, features and installation considerations of most insulation varieties. It will allow for individuals to make a comparison and choose the insulation that best suits each residential construction or renovation project.
For more on the benefits of insulation, and tips and tricks for how to insulate your home, visit naimacanada.ca.
Download Building Insulation at: http://naimacanada.ca/cmfiles/InsulationComparisonGuide.pdf.
For more information, or to schedule interviews, contact:
Michael Zupanic, firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-972-7404.
North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA) Canada promotes energy efficiency and environmental preservation through the use of fibre glass, rock wool, and slag wool insulation, and encourages the safe production and use of these materials.