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Attic-Insulation Upgrade Editors Pick

Attic-Insulation Upgrade Online Membership Required

Seal air leaks first; then add extra insulation for an energy-saving improvement with great bang for the buck

Blowing Fiberglass Insulation
Video: Blowing Fiberglass InsulationOnline Membership Required

Less dusty than cellulose, blown-in fiberglass increases R-value and installs quickly

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Tip: SIP attic-access panel

Airtight Attic AccessOnline Membership Required

Hot air rises. And where does it go? It could be going right out the attic access in your house.

Q & A: Drafty electrical boxes

Fixing a Cold, Drafty House
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Fixing a Cold, Drafty House

Forget about weatherstripping doors and windows. Sealing and insulating the attic are the keys to lower heating bills and a more comfortable house.

Q & A: Condensation in the attic

Build Like a Pro: Adding Blown-in Fiberglass Insulation
Video: Build Like a Pro: Adding Blown-in Fiberglass InsulationOnline Membership Required

Less dusty than cellulose, blown-in fiberglass increases R-value and installs quickly

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