Education Center In Baltimore, MD

Education Center
Energy efficiency is one of those hot button topics that everyone talks about, but do you really know what it means and how to pull it off in your own home? Well, that’s where the Education Center comes in! Our insulation experts at DeVere Insulation want you to have all of the information you need to make the absolute best decisions for you and your family, so we have set up this information center that can answer your questions. By taking the time to explain just how insulation works in your home, we hope to give you a better understanding of what we do and help you save money on your energy bills.
Click here for Videos that cover everything you need to know about spray foam insulation, insulation installation, air sealing, building science, insulation benefits, and more!
There is a lot of great information about insulation and energy efficiency out there, so if you need any help navigating or need an answer to a specific residential or commercial insulation question, our insulation installers are happy to help!

Frequently Asked Questions

Not sure where to start when it comes to insulation? Here are some frequently asked questions to help point you in the right direction.

How much does spray foam insulation cost?
While spray foam insulation is more expensive than batt or blown insulation, its benefits far exceed any other insulation options. You will receive a much higher return on your investment, saving between 30%-50% on your annual energy costs, and your heating and air conditioning systems will work much more efficiently.

Do I have to remove the old insulation before installing new insulation?
No. Fiberglass  insulation can actually be added on top of old insulation, unless the existing insulation is wet. Wet insulation can lead to mold, mildew, and rotting ceiling rafters, so be sure to check for wetness and complete any repairs before installing insulation.

What is the difference between spray foam and traditional fiberglass insulation?
Made from melted sand, fiberglass insulation has a loose fiber that can be installed into framing with batts or blown into open cavities. However, fiberglass insulation is not an air barrier, so energy can escape easily. Spray foam installation, on the other hand, is applied in liquid form that expands to fill every nook and cranny, sealing the house and creating a continued thermal envelope. It insulates and seals air leaks in one step.

What is hybrid insulation?
Hybrid insulation combines spray foam with conventional insulation to create a cost-effective alternative to using spray foam alone. During the insulation installation process, spray foam is applied first. Once the foam has cured, the remainder of the cavity is filled with fiberglass insulation.

If you would like to find out more, contact our insulation professionals at 410-360-6900!

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