Fiberglass attic insulation is a worthwhile upgrade
If you are looking for a relatively inexpensive upgrade project for your home that will warm your cockles as well as add resale value, look up! Up into your attic, that is. Adding fiberglass insulation to your attic may not be sexy, but it’s a good investment for now and the future.
According to the “Remodeling 2016 Cost vs. Value Report”, the nationwide average cost of the project is about $1,300, with an expected return of about $1500 upon resale. That translates into a recouped cost of 116%. Best of all, until you do sell, your home’s interior will increase in the kind of cozy comfort we all enjoy, while reducing your heating bill.
This is the first year the report looked at attic insulation and it grabbed the report’s number one spot in terms of project costs recouped.
Source: firstname.lastname@example.org NAR Green Council
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Upgrading the attic insulation that you apply before will be a great idea. Using fiberglass to make it more denser is a good thing. Always know if your house will need to be insulated so that you can prevent any damages and you can renovate early as possible.